Goostrey residents enjoy Platinum Jubilee street party

A Enjoyable avenue bash has united neighbours in Goostrey.

The oldest resident and a woman who has lived in Sandy Lane the longest were stars at a Platinum Jubilee celebration on Friday.

Nellie Johnson, 88, and Pat Bomford, 78, lower a cake baked by neighbours Manesha Andrews, the street’s most recent resident, and Isabella Smith.

Nellie has lived in Sandy Lane for 22 decades.

Knutsford Guardian: Pat Bomford and Nellie JohnsonPat Bomford and Nellie Johnson

Pat has resided there considering that she married husband John in 1964, to share the home the place he was born in 1936.

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Pat explained: “When I moved here from Holmes Chapel there were being only a couple properties in Sandy Lane and the relaxation was just fields so I have witnessed it develop.

“It is wonderful that all people has been able to get together to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.”

A crew, led by Lyndsay Saxton, organised for the road to be shut and utilized a donation from Cheshire East Council to buy food items and smooth drinks for the accumulating.

“There was a pretty delighted, jolly ambiance,” mentioned Isabella.

Knutsford Guardian: Pat Bomford and Nellie Johnson cut the cakePat Bomford and Nellie Johnson lower the cake

“Everyone was chatting with everybody else and we had audio.

“Manesha’s mum manufactured samosas and onion and potato bhajis and a lot of diverse people today produced cakes.

“It was a excellent community work, everybody contributed something.

“It was good to see these types of a charming gathering of persons.”