Thanks to the hard work of the steering committee members and friends and family and a generous grant from our district councillors, we have £1000.00 with which to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Anniversary, (a very rare event, the only other time in the history of the British Monarchy was in 1897 for Queen Victoria).
We hope to have a suitable celebration day and erect some kind of memorial later.
We invite you join us in our ceiebrations
Friday 1 June
R Hicks (District Councillor) will present the Jubilee mugs to the children at School, then on to Play School and Toddlers.
Sunday 3 June
11.00am Jubilee Service in the Methodist Chapel with items by the children.
Monday 4 June
2.00pm Welcoming peal of bells.
2.30pm Children’s sports in the school playing field.
3.15pm Fancy Dress, all ages, on a Royal Theme, at the School, followed by a parade of Fancy Dress to the Village Hall.
4.00pm Tea and cutting of Jubilee Cake.
5.30pm Amusements and Skittles. Music by Xenia and Jasmin.
During the afternoon the Chapel will be open for a display of children’s’ art work and your Royal Memorabilia. The DVD of the Parish Walk in 2000 will be playing in Chapel through the afternoon.
A competition for the best decorated wheelbarrow will be held during the afternoon. (See the website and posters for rules).
In order to cater for tea and BBQ we ask everyone attending to collect a ticket from committee members, The Parish Church, Methodist Chapel, Thornhillhead Chapel or the Butchers Shop.
- Mrs C Slocombe
- Mrs J Lowe
- Mrs B Mills
- Mrs J Blight
- Mrs J Heywood
- Mrs T Heywood
- Mrs M Lloyd
- Mrs J Birch
- Mrs B Babb
Closing date is 25 May
NO TICKET—NO FOOD
We would like to hear if it is any ones birthday on the day or near the date in June.
Any one with Royal memorabilia cups, mugs, coins, books, jigsaws etc., who would like to display them, please bring them to the Chapel on Sunday June 3 between 2—3pm.
For more information about the Jubilee, please see the official Jubilee website.
Queen’s official portrait by John Swannell. Copyright Royal Household/John Swannell, used with permission.