The community from Arcare Parkview Malvern East celebrated the Queen’s birthday with a glamorous high tea event.
The ladies (and some gentlemen) looked elegant as they wore their finest outfits complete with a crown or tiara and gloves.
The spread was certainly fit for a queen, with tea, indulgent cakes and slices, sandwiches and, of course, scones with jam and cream.
Clients raised their glasses of champagne and made a toast to the queen.
Throughout the afternoon they discussed her life and remarkable achievements.
The Parkview Malvern East Community took part in Red Nose Day in June.
Clients and team members got into the spirit of the appeal and wore bright red noses and clothing to support the worthy cause.
All profits raised on the day go towards research into Sudden Infant Death.
The Red Nose Appeal was founded in 1977, and has saved the lives of 8,959 babies across Australia.
The Parkview Community was proud to be involved in such an important event.