AN action-packed coronation party left everyone feeling like kings and queens with everything from live singing to fun and games for all ages.

Young and old joined in the fun at Broadheath Meadows near Chalmers Close off Newtown Road in Worcester today (Sunday).

Youngsters, including three-year-old Jacob Wood, had their faces painted by Amber Mitchell while Ava Davis, seven, showed her composure to win the egg and spoon race. Meanwhile, Kayla, six, had a go on the bouncy castle while father Matt Gross, 44, looked on with their dog, Charlie.

There was laughter as everyone took turns blindfolded to play Coronation-themed Piñata.

Lyndsey Davis, 33, and Kirsty Parsons, 37, added a touch of patriotic glamour in their matching Union dresses.  

The party was organised by Vance Parsons who said 'everybody in the community had been invited' and 'everyone has been up for it'.

"We have had a good reaction. The Coronation is a once in a lifetime occasion for many people," he said. 

Jeanne Fare said she her son-in-law, Stewart Kearney who is in the RAF had been at the front of the parade in London in full uniform for the King's Coronation on Saturday.

Roger Robers, 52, who has lived in the new estate since it was built said: "If it wasn't for Vance - he's the main organiser - this would not have happened so everyone is chuffed that he's done it."