It was a Jubilant Jubilee for Wigmore Care Home Residents
Residents of Rogers House Residential Care Home in Wigmore got together for a spectacular street party at the weekend, to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Jubilee jubilation was in the air at the Drewery Drive care home, where residents gathered in the dining room at the weekend, for a street style party, to toast her Majesty’s 70 years on the throne.
The dining room was decorated with plenty of bunting and flags, including Union Jack paper chains the residents had previously made for the occasion and 1950s music played in the background.
The drinks were flowing and there were celebration cakes aplenty, as the residents enjoyed an afternoon tea fit for a queen, as they shared memories of the royal family and their key milestones with one another.
Jackie Miles, Home Manger of Rogers House said: “Many of our residents remember the 1953 coronation so this truly is a special occasion for us all, but particularly for our older generation.
“It was an honour to be able to help them celebrate and create special memories with one another.”