RESIDENTS in Westgate Park in Sleaford held their own celebrations to commemorate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
Around 80 people attended the street party, with the chairman of the residents’ association, Pauline Hope, saying: “We had an absolutely brilliant day. Everyone seemed to have a wonderful time.”
Everybody brought along food for the occasion and put an item on the pot luck table.
Britannia Parks, owners of the site, donated £50 for the event, which was used to buy strawberries and cream.
And for those residents who were physically unable to get along to the street party, food was plated up and taken to them.
During the afternoon they all gave a toast to the Queen.
Pauline added: “It was a lot of hard work but well worth it. We had a very committed, small committee, without whom we couldn’t have done it.”