To celebrate The Queen’s 90th year
CHILDREN in the paediatric wards at Hillingdon Hospital prepared for the Queen’s official birthday with a day of arts and crafts.
To mark the occasion, the Peter Pan ward was decorated with bunting and the children were given union flags to wave. The day was a chance for the children to show off their artistic and creative skills by making crowns, colourful royal masks and decorating cakes. The children made the their own birthday car cards, which will no now be sent to Bu Buckingham Palace. Afternoon tea was als also provided, with a se selection of cakes, bi biscuits and soft dr drinks. Pat McGee, play sp specialist at Hillingdon Hospital, said: “As this is such a historic occasion, I wanted to make sure the children had the chance to join the rest of the nation in wishing The Queen a happy birthday.”