Wolverhampton speech therapist attends party at Buckingham Palace – BBC.com

‘Fantastic’ royal expertise for speech therapist

Charlotte Colesby, left, stated the occasion was a “fantastic expertise”

A speech therapist has spoken of her “fantastic expertise” at Buckingham Palace after attending a royal backyard occasion.

Charlotte Colesby, service supervisor for speech and language remedy on the Royal Wolverhampton NHS Belief, was invited in recognition of her work in her area.

The mother-of-two from Stourbridge stated it rained all through the day however it didn’t dampen her spirits.

“It’s actually one thing you wouldn’t count on to have the prospect to do ordinarily, so I’m very proud – it looks like a dream,” she stated.

Ms Colesby, 54, was accompanied by Janet McGookin, who represented the Royal School of Speech and Language Therapists – the group that organised Ms Colesby’s invite.

Visitors have been handled to afternoon tea inside an enormous marquee behind the palace, whereas they listened to The Band of the Family Cavalry and the Central Band of the Royal Air Power.

Ms Colesby stated: “It was an attention-grabbing mixture of very formal and casual. Individuals have been dressed up, and there have been some actually vital folks there.”

Her attendance on the occasion on 21 Might has additionally boosted the 78 members of workers she leads on the Gem Centre in Wednesfield.

“Individuals have been so happy for me, and I feel it has given the entire staff a raise,” she stated.

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