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Sun Shines on Street Party at Canterbury Care Home

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7 June 2022

Sun Shines on Street Party at Canterbury Care Home

Residents of Connors House Residential Care Home in Canterbury got together in the garden at the weekend, to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in style.

Residents and their guests were treated to a garden street party at the weekend, to celebrate the third longest reigning Monarch in the world.

With the sun shining, the garden was the venue of choice for the tea party, as the partygoers toasted the Queen with a Pimm’s or two and shared memories of the royal family and their key milestones with one another.

Christine Devlin, General Manager of Connors House said: “With the age group of our residents, there is a lot of patriotism, as they have grown up with the royal family and many can even remember the day of the 1953 coronation.

“With that in mind, it was very special to be able to celebrate this momentous occasion with our residents and make some wonderful memories together.”

  

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