RESIDENTS of a care home in Worcester have celebrated their third Royal Coronation in their lifetimes today

Staff and residents at Fernhill House, in Fernhill Heath, invited family and friends to celebrate the coronation of King Charles III with a royalty-themed party.

For some residents at the care home, the coronation of King Charles III is the third coronation they have experienced.

Ann Rogula, aged 93, and Pam Jacobs, aged 94, are two residents at the care home who have been reminiscing about both King George VI and Queen Elizabeth’s coronations in 1937.

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Guests gathered in the cinema room to watch the procession whilst enjoying drinks that were served by the bar staff.

The bar staff served a range of classic British food and drinks, such as cakes, homemade scones, Pimms and local ales.

In the run-up to the coronation, the care home also hosted a ‘Best of British’ party on Friday, May 5.

Andrew McIntyre, general manager of Fernhill Hosue, said: “We were thrilled to host a wonderful coronation-themed party at Fernhill House, in celebration of King Charles III's ascension to the throne.

"It was a truly memorable occasion for our residents, who were able to share this historic moment with their loved ones.

Our team worked hard to create a fantastic atmosphere, with the cinema-quality viewing of the coronation procession and entertainment provided by the talented Scott Woolfenden.

"The 'Best of British' party the day before was equally enjoyable, with classic British food and drink, quizzes, and singalongs.

“We believe that it's important to create a vibrant and engaging environment for our residents, with a range of activities and events that cater to their interests and hobbies.

"We know that social connection and engagement are vital for mental and emotional wellbeing.

"That's why we work hard to provide a range of opportunities for our residents to interact and socialise with each other, staff, and family and friends.

“It was lovely to see our residents reminisce about previous coronations and share their memories with each other.”

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Residents and guests were entertained by Scott Woolfenden a member of the Worcester Male Voice Choir.

He played the piano and euphonium and gave the residents a chance to sing and dance along to a variety of classic British songs from previous decades.