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Care home residents in Cricklewood celebrate Queen’s 90th birthday

PUBLISHED: 12:20 22 April 2016 | UPDATED: 14:17 22 April 2016

Pauline Peatty (white cardigan) and Rosemary Walsh dance with Senior Care Assistant Irina Remiera at the Lansdown Care Home celebration for the Queen's 90th birthday

Pauline Peatty (white cardigan) and Rosemary Walsh dance with Senior Care Assistant Irina Remiera at the Lansdown Care Home celebration for the Queen's 90th birthday

Jonathan Goldberg

Residents of a Cricklewood care home got up on their feet singing and dancing to celebrate the Queen’s birthday.

Staff and residents of Lansdowne Care Home in Claremont Road took part in a special event to mark the milestone birthday yesterday.

Residents, two of whom will celebrate their 100th birthday in June, enjoyed a specially baked cake, and enjoyed music from live singers Simon and Beth.

Rhoda Jaylani, activity co-ordinator at the care home, said: “It was a good occasion for the residents to celebrate the Queen’s birthday. We wanted to do something special. It was a lovely afternoon. The chef baked a big cake. Residents were really lively, singing and dancing, it was a really good atmosphere.”


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