CIC resident celebrates 101st birthday
Agnes Taylour Cameron, a resident at Kemp Lodge Care Home in Waterloo, Merseyside has today celebrated her 101st birthday with friends and fellow residents. The home held a party to mark her special day, and presented Agnes with a cake and bunch of flowers.
Agnes grew up in Wallasey until moving to Liverpool to St Katherine’s Teacher Training College. She retired as Headmistress of a school for partially-sighted children. After this she started some voluntary research for the Disabled Living Foundation. This lasted 15 years. She then moved to Waterloo and did some volunteer work for Crosby Old People’s Welfare. Agnes has lived in Kemp Lodge since 2010.
Edna Jensen, Home Manager at Kemp Lodge, says: “It is a fantastic occasion, and we are so thrilled to be able to celebrate such a long, fulfilled life with Agnes. She’s a remarkable lady and we are very proud to be part of her special day.”
Agnes spoke of her joy at the special occasion: “I’m honoured that these people want to spend my big day with me, this has been the happiest birthday of my life.”