Care home hosts Mad Hatter’s Tea Party to celebrate Queen’s birthday
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A Lowestoft care home opened its doors to the public to celebrate the Queen’s 92nd birthday.
The Alice in Wonderland-themed event was organised by Britten Court, in Love Road, last week in conjunction with Care Home Open Day.
The initiative is designed to develop lasting relationships between care homes and local communities.
Residents and visitors were joined by musical duo, Amer, miniature donkeys and pupils from Roman Hill Primary School – who put on a special dance performance.
Manager Chloe Swarbrick said: “We had a fantastic time getting dressed up in our costumes for a fantastic Care Home Open Day celebration.”
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“It was wonderful to see so many of our neighbours join us for the occasion. The residents had a lovely time and we hope everyone enjoyed the day as much as we did. We would like to say a big thank you to Roman Hill Primary School and Amer for making the day so special.”
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