Hats off to jubilee party
A party was held to celebrate the Queen's Jubilee at the Sue Ryder Care Centre in Chantry.Around thirty guests were invited including residential and day-care patients.
By Jo Macdonald
A party was held to celebrate the Queen's Jubilee at the Sue Ryder Care Centre in Chantry.
Around thirty guests were invited including residential and day-care patients. The courtyard was decorated with colourful balloons and bunting and the guests, adorned in glittering hats and waving Union flags, enjoyed a plentiful barbecue outside in the warm weather on Friday.
Entertainment was provided by the Co-op ladies choir - although the England v Argentina football match was shown in the conservatory for those who just could not bare to miss out.
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The activities organiser, Jenny Taylor said: "a lovely day was had by all," and resident Beryl Pryke described the event as "a day to remember".
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