08:15AM, Thursday 03 April 2014
A talk by Windsor Great Park's longstanding deputy ranger brought added sparkle to a 75th birthday tea.
Celebrating their big day were members of Windsor and Eton Inner Wheel.
Philip Everett kept them entertained by talking about his long career - with the Rothschild family's estate at Hampshire and at Blenheim Palace, before he became responsible for the Queen's Windsor estates.
Inner Wheel is one of the largest women's voluntary service organisations in the world.
District chairman Beryl Cornell also came to Windsor and Eton branch's meeting at York Club in the Great Park on Thursday, March 27, to congratulate members on their 'birthday'.
A presentation was made to Mr Everett for his favourite charity - the Prince Philip Trust Fund.
Mrs Cornell presented a congratulatory birthday certificate to Windsor and Eton chairman Daphne Fido.
Top Ten Articles
Hungry residents in Slough and Windsor can now have a Big Mac sent directly to their door as McDonald’s joins forces with a food delivery service in the towns.