Care Home Celebrates Mother’s Day with a Princess Party

The residents of the Edensor Care Centre in Clacton on Sea celebrated Mother’s Day with a Princess Party.

The residents of the Edensor Care Home in Clacton celebrated Mother’s Day with a Princess Party on 26 March. The idea for the party was conceived after three residents had asked to become a Princess for the day as part of the Home’s very successful wish tree initiative.

‘Lucy’s Princess Parties’ hosted the event and ensured several princesses made the trip to Clacton on Sea for this magical event. They served a delicious traditional afternoon tea with exquisite princess themed cakes.

Lindsey Milliken, Deputy Manager, Edensor Care Home, said, “In 2021, we asked our residents to place a card on our ‘Wish Tree’ asking for something that they really wanted. We have granted lots of the wishes already, so when three of our residents, Shirley, Jean, and Ruth asked to be a Princess for the day,  we were delighted to grant their requests by throwing this very special party. No matter what age you are, who doesn’t want to be a Princess for the day. We were delighted to be joined on the day by guests from Cabrini our Care Home in Orpington and our Supported Living Service in Bromley, who both care for adults with learning disabilities.”

Five Princess’s left their kingdoms and made their way to Clacton for the party at which they sang and danced for the residents. To add extra sparkle the Edensor team staff were asked to leave their uniforms at home and dress for this special occasion.



Lucy Roper, Princess Aurora, Lucy Princess Parties, said, “Our Princesses are usually guests at children’s parties so creating this magical event for the residents at Edensor was an absolute pleasure and we could see from everyone’s faces that they were having as much fun as we were.”

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About The Diagrama Foundation

The Diagrama Foundation is a Kent based charity that supports vulnerable children, young people, and adults to live their best life.

The charity has a Supported Living Service across Bromley, three small homes, for adults with learning disabilities in Orpington, a 50-bed care home for the elderly with nursing and dementia needs in Essex, two homes for vulnerable young people in Canterbury, and a fostering and adoption service covering the southeast.

  • The Supported Living Service, cares for 35 adults with learning disabilities, in nine homes across Bromley helping them to develop skills and confidence to live in their own house either on their own or with others.
  • At Cabrini House in Orpington the charity promotes the development of core skills for adults with learning disabilities so that they can lead independent lives integrated within their community.
  • The team at their nursing and dementia care home Edensor in Clacton on Sea, support their vulnerable residents to live life to the full.
  • In Canterbury the team promote the development of key life skills for vulnerable young people aged 16 -24.
  • The Diagrama adoption and fostering service cares for children in South London, Kent, Hampshire Sussex, and Surrey.

Many vulnerable children and adults don’t get the support they need to develop their true potential, but the Diagrama team know that when someone has time and belief invested in  them, they come alive, because that investment has made them feel valued and worthy.