Jubilee celebrations at Park House care homeResidents at Park House, residential and residential dementia care home, in Guisborough, have thoroughly enjoyed celebrating the Jubilee.

Lots has been happening at Park House as three different celebrations took place for the Queens Platinum Jubilee.
The big party took place on the 3rd of June. The home was decorated with lots of Union Jacks, bunting and other decorations. Some of the Residents even got dressed up for the occasion. 

There was a range of amazing food and drinks for everyone to enjoy. It was great for the Residents families to join in the celebrations too. 

The staff made the best entertainers on the day, with lots of singing and dancing. John, a Resident from the first floor asked if he could propose a toast to the Queen. He made such a lovely speech, and everyone sung the national anthem, and gave three huge cheers to Her Majesty, The Queen.

One Resident, commented, “The whole celebration was just wonderful.”

Prior to the big party some of the Residents from the memory care suite had a small party of their own, as they don’t like huge crowds. They had a fantastic celebration in the comfort of their own lounge. 

On the Tuesday after the bank holiday weekend, the wonderful entertainer, Janie St John paid a visit to the care home to sing some classic songs to the Residents. She songs from the 1950’s including a song called Golden Coach. There were lots of fantastic refreshments too.

Julie Woods, Care Home Manager, remarked, “It was a wonderful feast of celebrations bringing everyone together.”