It was a case of carry on regardless at Eddie's in March
It was a case of carry on regardless in March on Sunday when Eddie's Artworks hosted a party for its members.
The organisation, which supports people with learning disabilities of all ages, was forced to move its Jubilee party indoors.
But the fun still went on with all games such as hoopla still being played.
The Splat Theatre group, which is part of Eddie's, performed for the packed audience of around 80 people.
There was also a political parody Punch and Judy-style show featuring Boozy Boris, a corgi and of course the Queen.
Cakes were a must and there were plenty decorated in red, which and blue with Platinum Jubilee toppers.
There was even a visit from Charles and Camilla, and visitors had the chance to have their photo as the Queen thanks to a special cut out.
Finally everyone left the afternoon's festivities with a commemorative mug.
Mark Briggs, manager for Eddie's in Cambridgeshire, said: "It really felt like a case of carry on regardless. Everyone had a great time and the atmosphere was lovely.
"We didn't get the weather we would have liked but we still managed to do everything we had planned except plant two trees, but that was not down to the rain it was down to an issue with our chosen site.
"We plan to plant two Jubilee trees, one is a blossom tree for the pollinators and the other a fruit tree to provide dropped fruit to the wildlife that visits our garden here in Norwood Road."