King Charles III’s big day was celebrated in style at Swanton and Courtyard Care services across England.
The bank holiday weekend was full of fun, food and the finest parties for the people supported at the services.
In Sunderland, Team Eastcliffe worked together to get the service Coronation-ready with banners, bunting, balloons and flags.
On Bank Holiday Monday, there was a wonderful tea party, which also involved singing and dancing.
At Courtyard Care’s Number Four service in Salford, the young people supported had a lovely time as they feasted on scones they’d baked themselves.
They also adorned the service with decorations, but the sweet treats were the real jewel in their crown.
Swanton’s Trinity House also had delicious items on the menu, and enjoyed doing some arts and crafts.
Fun was had as the Support Workers drew Union Jack flags on the people they support’s hands and arms.
Over at Eastholme, the Coronation party had been a long time in the planning, with all the girls keen to make the most of the King’s special weekend.
They spent hours creating flags, theme boards, crowns and colourful pictures to decorate the service.
On Coronation day, the girls had an incredible royal tea party featuring all their favourite sweet and savoury treats.
They watched the royal ceremony in London on television while wearing crowns and waving flags.
On Bank Holiday Monday, the girls enjoyed an indoor BBQ when the rain stopped play, and had a disco and games.
It was disco time at Tynedale too, where the Coronation party featured decorations made by the people supported there and home-baked cupcakes.
The combination of dancing and buffet went down a storm as everyone got in the party spirit.
Over at Seaham View, there was a themed buffet tea that even the King and Queen would have been tempted by.
Cake was on the menu, but the most enjoyable aspect of the day was the happy memories created as loved ones spent precious time together.
Finally, at Murton Grange, the in-house celebrations were wonderful, but when people supported there headed out, they met a bona fide King!
They went to the Glebe Centre for a Coronation Party, which featured none other than Mr Elvis Presley himself.
Everyone had a great time singing along to the other King’s hits while marking Charles’s big day.