An event to remember

We celebrated the Queen's Platinum Jubilee with a raft of special events across four days to ensure our residents celebrated our longest serving monarch in style. From Open House Brunches to Big Jubilee Lunches, we threw open our doors to families, friends and our local communities and made amazing memories together.

Strictly's Anton Du Beke makes guest appearance for BBC broadcast

It was a huge honour to welcome Strictly Come Dancing Star, Anton Du Beke to Isle Court to present live for the BBC on Sunday 5th June as part of the Platinum Jubilee coverage. Anton surprised residents at their Big Jubilee Lunch. They shared their memories of the Queen and Anton stole a dance with Deputy Manager, Beth Stannard.

Commemorative Album Partners

Did you know our Chief Executive Lucy Holl and Morris Care were chosen to feature as a partner in the commemorative album published by St James’s?

Bearing the official event emblem and authored by royal experts, this fully illustrated, hardback publication celebrates the life of Her Majesty The Queen and explores developments in the UK and around the world over the past seven decades. It also showcases a range of aligned organisations, all selected for their transformational contribution across the culture, society, technology and business.

Our senior team attended a special book launch event at Claridges in central London during the Pageant weekend as part of the Jubilee celebrations.

Jubilee Garden Tributes

We have more than 30 acres of gardens and parkland which are playing host to our special events and celebrations this summer.

Royal tributes have appeared in our six Homes, with emblems planted in beds of purple and white flowers, complete with crowns and commemorative plaques.

We are also supporting the Queen’s Green Canopy project by planting commemorative trees bearing a British Legion garden plaque. With a focus on planting sustainably, this project will create a legacy in honour of The Queen’s leadership of the Nation, which will benefit future generations.