Hats off to Notting Hill Carnival

In celebration of the annual Caribbean festival, residents of Rogers House Residential Care Home in Wigmore fashioned some hats and masks, fit for a parade.

After a two-year hiatus, London’s biggest street party returned this week, with plenty of spectacular costumes presented alongside a festival of music and celebration.

Inspired by the exceptional creativity and colours on display, residents of the Drewery Drive care home decided to have a go at making their own costumes, including hats and masks.

Using plenty of bright colours, patterns and prints, the residents crafted their most extravagant headwear, hats and masks that wouldn’t have looked out of place at the carnival.

Jackie Miles, Home Manager of Rogers House said:
“The residents had a lot of fun making their hats as bright and decorative as they could, adding feathers and sequins so they really stood out. Once they had finished, they proudly showed off their imaginative creations to one another.”

 

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