A RESIDENT who met the Queen several times has shared her royal memories.

Fleur Clover, 92, who lives at a care home in Mobberley, reminisced at Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

Care UK’s Cranford Grange hosted a royal themed garden party for residents and their family and friends.

Red, white and blue bunting and balloons decorated the garden and everyone enjoyed sandwiches, cakes and scones prepared by the home’s head chef.

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Fleur recalled meeting Her Majesty at Windsor Castle and again at Clarence House.

When she was a schoolgirl, she remembered her classmates and teachers going outside to see the Queen’s father, King George V and Queen Mary pass by.

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Fleur recalled how many families at the time decorated their front doors with large gold crowns made of cardboard, which her mum would keep safe for any royal celebrations.

Lisa Burrows, general manager at Cranford Grange, added: “We had a wonderful time celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

“For older people, and those living with dementia, reminiscing about key milestones, such as previous jubilee celebrations, can help bring back happy memories, as well as prompting conversation and connection with those around them.

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“These positive feelings gained from revisiting fond memories can help decrease stress, reduce agitation, and improve mood.

“We have many royalists here who were keen to mark the Queen’s incredible reign and celebrate in style.

“Everyone had a fantastic time, and we’re already planning our next royal knees up.”