Visitors to the Friendship Café at Knutsford Methodist Church had a lovely surprise when they received individually created pictures of the Royal Wedding from children who attend Egerton Primary School.

The children of Year 5 Yellow class had spent time drawing and colouring their own memories of the Harry and Meghan's special day with beautiful works of art depicting various scenes from the day, including wedding dresses, flower displays, cello players  and of course, the happy couple themselves.

The pictures were appreciated and enjoyed by those at the Café, stimulating conversation and memories.

Each picture will be returned to the children with a personal message attached.

Paula Lambe, co-ordinator of the café,  Rachel Hills, a parent at Egerton and link from the café, and Alison Hooper, headteacher, are keen to form a bond between the school and the café as a way of encouraging acceptance, understanding and enrichment for all concerned.

Paula said: "As a result of the initial contact, all the children at Egerton have now undertaken the Dementia Friends awareness session.

"Both the Café and Egerton Primary School are involved in the goal to achieve Dementia Friendly Town status from the Alzheimer’s Society."

The café takes place every second and fourth Friday between 10am and noon in the hall at Knutsford Methodist Church for those living with dementia and their carers.