08:05AM, Tuesday 25 March 2014
Pearly kings and queens joined the Royal Borough's mayor on Sunday - helping 110 senior citizens enjoy a lunch and a sing song.
The event was the Windsor Lions's annual silver lunch - held this year at the SportsAble clubhouse in Braywick Road, Maidenhead.
Added sparkle was provided by Pearly Kings and Queens from Peckham, while musician Phil Phillips led the Old Time Music Hall sing song. He has accompanied such stars as Sir Bruce Forsyth.
Event organiser, Lion Diane Purchase, said: “It is probably one of the Lions Club’s most worthwhile events of the annual calendar.
"There is so much fun and bonhomie. Our members love doing it and of course our guests have a whale of a time."
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