Centre helping people with learning difficulties hosts Royal Wedding party
PUBLISHED: 15:29 22 May 2018 | UPDATED: 15:29 22 May 2018
Celebrations were in full swing as a social centre for people with learning difficulties held their very own Royal Wedding-themed party.
The Unity Centre, which offers members, parents and carers a place to relax and meet new people, marked Harry and Meghan’s big day with a feast of cakes, singing and dancing at its base in Lowestoft.
Service users had already enjoyed preparing for the day by making posters and Union Jack bunting, as well as planning the day’s proceedings.
Music was provided by Bangers and Crashers and DJ Jordon, while there was also singing from Louie Lou.
A highlight from the day was one of the members, who has learning and hearing difficulties, producing an impressive rendition of the national anthem on her recorder over the microphone.
Despite plans for the party to come to an end at 4pm, festivities continued long into the evening.
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