Saturday 11th June 3pm outside the Reading Room
Tickets on sale £2.50 an adult and £6 a family from Pauline Durham, Pam Smith and Annabelle Zinovieff.
All the village are welcome, as are friends and family of anyone living or anyone who has lived in the village. If the weather is fine we will be laying a row of tables along the street outside the red phone box/Reading Room. We will have bunting flying above the tables and a delicious tea of cakes and sandwiches. Children can join in the fancy dress on a royal theme - as princes or princesses.
We really hope you will all come and join us for this special celebration in the village.
Queen’s Birthday Celebrations in the Village, Saturday June 11th, 3 - 6pm
WHAT TO DO WITH YOUR CAR: 1pm - 6.30pm
On Saturday 11th June the main village road between the junction with Puddleduck Lane to the north and the Reading Room to the south will be closed to all traffic for the street party. We hope you’ll be there – please come! But just in case you can’t be, or an emergency arises, please read this carefully and keep it handy until the 11th June.
If you live between or opposite the crossroads and the War Memorial
Please help clear the street by putting your car(s) in the garage or drive, by asking any guests or visitors to park north of the village crossroads, and by parking your own car north of Puddleduck Lane if you think you may need it for any reason between 1pm and 6.30pm.
If you live south of the War Memorial
Your normal parking arrangements won’t be affected, but any guests, visitors or contractors will not be able to reach you, so please warn them to park north of the village crossroads. And please leave your own car north of the crossroads if you think there is any likelihood of you needing it.
If you live north of the village crossroads
You’ve guessed it – other villagers will need to leave their cars in the main village road north of the crossroads and probably also in Cherry Orchard, between 1pm and 6.30pm. Thank you in advance for putting up with this, and please look on the bright side - it’s going to be a terrific tea party and at least you and your visitors will not be otherwise inconvenienced!
If it is raining the event will be held in the Great Barn and the road will not be closed!
If you need advice or help regarding the road closure between 1pm and 6.30pm on Saturday 11th June, please contact the Neighbourhood Watch Councillor on firstname.lastname@example.org