Little Smugglers celebrate with a Right Royal Hog Roast
As the nation celebrated the Royal nuptials Little Smugglers toasted the regal union with their own unique event.
Around 20 people enjoyed a delicious hog roast, which was prepared by Graham who is supported by the service.
Graham had so enjoyed a hog roast the service held last year that he wanted to do it again – and he even made the spit himself.
The television was given pride of place, so that everyone could watch the events unfold and raise their glasses to Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Everyone from Little Smugglers, as well as family and friends, enjoyed the hog roast which was supplied by fellow Consensus service Tandridge Hill Farm.
Manager Karen Tolton, said:
“It was great to see so many people enjoying themselves during the national celebrations.
“Graham was very keen to have another hog roast after the one we had last year and it was important that we facilitated him in doing it.
“Helping the people we support to fulfill life goals is a central and rewarding part of what we do here at Little Smugglers.”
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