Yesterday the Queen visited the King George VI Day Centre in Windsor to celebrate 60 years since its opening. Her Majesty officially opened the building in July 1958 and granted permission for the hall to be named after her father, King George VI.
The Queen has visited the centre many times since opening it, including to mark its 25th and 50th anniversaries.
Members who use the King George VI Day Centre are encouraged to maintain their independence and stay entertained through social interaction and activities.
The Queen met with residents who described their experience at the centre. She then met volunteers from the on-site kitchen and hair salon.
After signing the visitor’s book, the Queen cut the cake to mark the 60th anniversary of the centre’s opening and the 70th anniversary of the Windsor Old People’s Welfare Association.
Watcher Her Majesty participate in a group activity at the centre below.
Her Majesty meets some Windsor locals taking part in a SMILE (Small Movements Improves Life Everyday) seated exercise class. pic.twitter.com/qiU88F5IX7
— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) April 12, 2018
All imagery supplied by Royal Family Twitter.