The event was organised by students from Young Epilepsy - a national charity dedicated to children and young people aged 25 and under living with epilepsy – to celebrate the Queen’s 60 years on the throne.
Young Epilepsy’s, St Piers School, Deputy Head, June Atkins, said: ‘We had a fantastic time celebrating the Queen’s special anniversary, with live music, plenty of food and a real party atmosphere.
“Events like this are so important for the students. Not only does it educate them about history and the Monarchy, but it also enriches their lives and gives them an opportunity to join in and celebrate with the whole of the country. They will hopefully remember the part they played in this Jubilee for years to come.”
A donation to fund the event was made by The Greyhound in Lingfield and the special Jubilee cake was made by Young Epilepsy’s Annual Review Co-ordinator Niki Musto.
Epilepsy affects over 112,000 children and young people aged 25 and under, and is the most common neurological condition in the UK.