Waterloo House Rest Home held its own party to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.

Blyth care home holds party for Queen's Platinum Jubilee

Residents at a care home enjoyed a special party to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

By David Sedgwick
Monday, 6th June 2022, 1:54 pm

Staff at Waterloo House Rest Home put on the special party on June 5.

It was the home’s first party in two years featuring live entertainment following the Covid pandemic.

The home, whose residents range from 35 to 99-years-old, handed out special mementos to each of the residents while the premises were decked out in Union Jack flags and other Royal related memorabilia.

A street-style party was held in the grounds, while there was music, dancing, singing and plenty of food on offer.

The home, whose residents range from 35 to 99-years-old, handed out special mementos to each of the residents while the premises were decked out in Union Jack flags and other Royal related memorabilia.

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