Primrose Croft Care Home In Cambridge Make A Wreath In Memory Of Prince Philip

Residents at Primrose Croft Care Home in Cambridgeshire were very saddened by the news of Prince Philips death. They said they have all grown up alongside Prince Philip and the Royal Family and have respected them for their dedication and duty to the country. It was discussed that it must be very hard to grow up as a royal, especially with everyone knowing your family business and not really having any privacy.

There was much discussion about Prince Philip life and the residents said it had been very interesting watching and listening to it over the weekend. Many of the residents felt very much for the Queen knowing that she will feel very lonely without him as he has always been by her side, someone she could lean on.

From the discussion had by the Residents a message has been left on the online condolence book from everyone at Primrose Croft Care Home.

Their message said:

From everyone at Primrose Croft Care Home in Cambridgeshire. We could see what a wonderful Husband, Father, Grandad, Great Grandad and Friends to the People Prince Philip was. He will be greatly missed but many fond memories for everyone to hold on to. We send our heart warm love to the Queen and her Family. God Save The Queen.

Then using an assortment of artificial flowers some of the residents helped to make a wreath on behalf of Prince Philip Memory. Placing a picture of Prince Philip in the middle and it has pride of place on the wall for everyone to see it.

 

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