Platinum Jubilee celebrations

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From community street parties to tree planting, corgi visits to jubilee sing-alongs, find out how Care UK homes across the country celebrated the special occasion...

  • In the Midlands, Brook Court in Kidderminster enjoyed a special celebration complete with a performance from its talented choir. Residents also teamed up with Foley Park Primary Academy for a portrait painting competition.
  • Residents at Lonsdale Mews in Loughborough, Sandfields in Cheltenham and Lauder Lodge in Scotland enjoyed traditional street and garden parties, complete with live music, bunting and a glass of bubbly.
  • In the East, Davers Court in Bury St Edmunds launched a commemorative sensory garden, and residents at Heathlands House in Cambridge took part in Cambridge Junction’s ‘A Recipe for a Queen’ project.
  • Further South, residents at Sherwood Grange attended the Trooping of the Colour, Mill View hosted a reminiscence session on royal memories, and Ferndown Manor donated and planted a tree in Ferndown Upper School’s community gardens.
  • Metchley Manor in Edgbaston hosted a gala dinner, and excitingly, those living at Kentford Manor attempted to break a world record for creating the longest community pompom garland.
 

The Platinum Jubilee offered the perfect opportunity to get together with loved ones and celebrate the last 70 years of both the Queen's, and the wonderful residents', incredible reigns.

Nirmala Rattu, Home Manager at Brook Court