FOLLOWING a recent visit to Ty Bryngwyn, Lee Waters AM nominated Sister Marlene Thomas and Dr Helen Fielding to attend a Royal Garden Party at Buckingham Palace in May this year in recognition of their work at the hospice. Welsh Language Services Manager, Enfys Williams was also invited to attend for her contribution to Welsh Language.
On May 21st Her Majesty The Queen accompanied by The Duke of Edinburgh and other members of the Royal Family welcomed Sister Thomas, Dr Fielding and Enfys Williams into the gardens of Buckingham Palace where they were joined by a broad range of people from all walks of life, all of whom have made a positive impact on their community.
Talking of her experience on the day Sister Thomas said “It was so kind of Lee Waters to nominate us to attend the Royal Garden Party. It was an honour and a privilege to represent the trust, the whole experience was amazing. This opportunity has given me some wonderful memories to cherish that will last a lifetime.”
Dr Fielding added “I feel extremely privileged to have been invited. It was a day I will always remember.”
Enfys Williams said “I am genuinely honoured and humbled to have been nominated to attend a Royal Garden Tea Party. It was a wonderful afternoon in a beautiful setting – a memory that I will treasure.”
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