Released On 16th May 2023
Celebrating the Coronation with Churchlake Care
We had a great time celebrating King Charles's coronation at Churchlake Care. Each of the homes has celebrated the event in their own special way we would like to use this newsletter to highlight of some of the ways some of the homes got into the royal spirit during the coronation:
- Hames Hall went all in on their coronation buffet complete with a large beautiful Union Jack cake and lots of delicious foods presented on a stand. The decorative cake was delectable and the time spent celebrating was very fun. They also decorated their home with various balloons, flowers, and flags to get everyone in the spirit!
- Holmewood had baked dozens of beautiful Union Jack cupcakes which were shared by all the residents as they all gathered around to celebrate the special day. They loved watching the coronation together and having a natter with one another whilst celebrating.
- Primrose House had an absolute blast celebrating the King's coronation by getting singer Alex Hall to stir all the residents into singing and dancing! They also had crafted their very own crowns complete with decorations.
Rose Tree Care
- Rose Tree Care made a beautiful coronation cake complete with an icing crown alongside numerous delightful snacks that our residents polished off. They also decorated their own crowns and watched the coronation complete with sounds of laughter and memories.
-Blossom Hill held its own coronation raffle! They also were very creative with their decorated care home complete with Union Jacks, coloured bunting, and royal crowns. They all gathered around to do activities such as creating crowns, which was a very crafty, special, and memorable time spent all together.
- Croft Dene hosted a massive event complete with a brass band that all family and friends of residents were invited to attend! A beautiful Union Jack was made from macarons alongside accompanying snacks which was enjoyed by everyone there. Finally, a raffle was hosted with a chance of winning lots of specialties such as puzzles which all resulted in a lovely atmosphere and experience for everyone involved.
-Eastbourne had hosted their own tombola with lots of bubblies up for grabs. They also decorated their home with lots of balloons and prepared a delicious feast for their residents to enjoy. The day was complete with residents hand-making their own fabulous crowns and having a good natter while watching the coronation.