Thursday June 2nd – Sunday June 5th
To celebrate this occasion the villages are joining together hosting several events
Thursday 2 June
Royal George, 4pm to 8pm
Jubilee at The Royal George, with Live Music from ‘Rocking Revival’, playing the best of the 50s, 60s and 70s.
Beacon lighting, 9.45pm
Congregate in the field next to the Dale on the Jurassic Way footpath at 9.30pm
Beacon Lighting 9.45pm
Friday 3 June
Church service at St Mary Magdalene, Cottingham, 10am
St Mary Magdalene Church will be decorated and open from 10am to 5pm over the Jubilee weekend (from Thur 2 to Sun 5 June). Cottingham schoolchildren will be creating some decorations, and villagers are being invited to adopt a window or area of church for decoration in the Jubilee colours of red, white and blue. As it’s nearly time for bedding plants, how about buying some red and white geraniums, then you can take them home to plant afterwards? Any kind of arrangement is fine though, all we really need is your imagination! If you’d like to get involved, please contact Angela Preston-Jones on 772297, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Mary Freestone on 771339.
Jubilee Afternoon Tea with the Alpacas, 1pm to 3pm
Join the boys in their field for some tea and cake
Saturday 4 June
Join with your neighbours in your street and arrange your own street parties to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Some roads may need to be closed, contact the local authority.
See https://www.streetparty.org.uk/guide/ for more information.
Sunday 5 June, 12 noon to 6pm
You are Royally invited to The Big Lunch @ Cottingham School Field
In the spirit of 1952, please bring your own picnic.
Please bring food, drink, chairs, rugs, gazebos etc (Sorry no BBQ’s)
There will be live music, dancing, bouncy castles, and ice creams plus lots more!
Fancy dress form 1950’s is optional but would be in good spirit
To keep up to date with all the latest information the event Facebook page
Cottingham & Middleton Parish Councils
All events are attended at your own risk and CPC and MPC cannot be held liable for any accidents.