A woman who has worked tirelessly to support people battling mental health issues has been invited to the Royal Wedding.

Pamela Anomneze, project manager at Wood Green's Studio 306 which supports recovery through arts and crafts, will celebrate with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on May 19.

Kensington Palace said invites to the event, at Windsor Castle, were sent to those who have made a difference in their community.

Pamela said: “I believe this is not only my glory, but the glory of Studio 306, and of the whole of Haringey – I’m a proud Haringey person.

"When I got my invite I was shocked and excited, I had no idea whatsoever. I thought it might be a prank, an April fool.

“I don’t know what I’m going to wear – I’m going to be representing the whole borough and North London. It’s a big decision. I would definitely like to wear some of the silver jewellery we make at Studio 306."

Her +1 will be her 15-year-old son, who is a huge fan of Meghan's television show, Suits.

Studio 306 is a social enterprise where members make and sell their products in a buzzing art studio and sell their creations at local markets.

Products range from jewellery, handmade cards, T-shirts, and Haringey landmark mugs.

The money they make funds classes for locals who want a safe space to learn new skills.

Pamela said: “It’s great that when people come and see Studio 306 they obviously recognise what we do. It’s most important to me that from all of this people know more about Studio 306.

"I want people to know that it’s a place for the whole of the Haringey community. It’s a catalyst for mental health recovery. Our people are passionate – we want everyone to know that if you have a breakdown, it’s not the end of life, it can be a pathway for people to discover something new.”

Find out more about Studio 306, and how you can get involved, here: https://www.studio306.co.uk/