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70 YEARS: Kings Langley Parish Council looking to mark Queen’s Jubilee in style

 Published on: 24th January 2022   |   By: News Bulletin   |   Category: Uncategorized

Kings Langley Parish Council (KLPC) is considering how to mark the Queen’s Jubilee later this year and is looking at ideas that will appeal to villagers of all ages.

Whilst the Queen will have been on the throne for 70 years on February 6, the formal celebrations will take place over a long weekend at the beginning of June. 

Among the ideas being considered are a garden party in and around the village garden adjacent to All Saints Church with stalls, music, entertainment – and lots of tea and cake.

“This would be a lovely way for everyone to get involved in a local event, especially if they are not organising their own street party,” explained KLPC councillor Alan Johnson. 

“We would like to see as many local organisations as possible taking part by having a stall and promoting their activities.”

Another idea being considered is an event on Kings Langley Common involving a variety of fun and games. 

“This would take a bit more organising in terms of working around the cricket club fixtures when we have the Carnival taking place at the end of the month,” added Alan. 

“To encourage players and spectators we are arguably also more reliant on the weather!” 

The council will make a final decision in the next few weeks.

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