Roundup: Special events for her Majesty’s Jubilee

Published: Monday April 25, 2022

British flagWe’re sharing some of the plans that churches across the Diocese have for celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Bank Holiday.

 

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Children’s Choir

Northleach Benefice is putting together a special Children’s Choir for the Jubilee celebrations in June.

Children aged between 6 and 16 are called to ‘Rise up and serve’ by singing in performances around the local area over the Jubilee weekend.

They will perform on Thursday 2 June in Compton Abdale and on Jubilee Sunday, 5 June at Northleach’s street party. The Benefice is also looking for bell ringers aged 11 plus (the deadline to register interest is 9 May). No bell ringing skills are needed as full training will be provided.

For more information and to enrol your child contact


 

Thursday 2 June

Venue: Upton St Leonards Church

Time: Open daily until Sunday 5 June.

A display of red, white and blue flowers in the church.

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Venue: St David’s, Moreton in Marsh

Time: 7 pm

Jazz Evening with Fish and Chips. The group entertaining is the famous Hot Fingers group, playing hot music from the swing era of the ‘20s and ‘30s.

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Friday 3 June

Venue: Daglingworth Village Hall

Time: 2 pm

Crown and flag making for children and young at heart in the Village Hall.

To book please contact Wendy on 07791 680764 or Carole 07979 856983 before 22 May.

 


 

Saturday 4 June

Drama and tea

Venue: St George’s Church, Nailsworth

Time: 3pm, followed by tea in the Parish Room.

St George’s Dragons children’s drama group will be putting on a play to celebrate. There will also be an exhibition from Nailsworth School of their Jubilee artwork. For more information contact

 


Sunday 5 June

Parade

Venue: Daglingworth Village Hall

Dress in red, white and blue and meet at the Village Hall to parade to the church, followed by an 11 am service of thanksgiving and at 12.30 lunch at the village hall and field, with entertainment.

 

Picnic and celebration

Venue: St Peter’s Church, Winchcombe

Time: Starting around 11.30 am after the Sunday service.

Bring a picnic and a camping chair or blanket and join with local people for a celebration in the churchyard.

For more information contact: Simon Andrews, Churchwarden

 

Jubilee parade, celebration service and Big Jubilee Lunch

Venue: The parade will start in The Triangle, Cinderford.

Time: 10.30am to 4pm

A free family-friendly event filled with celebration, food and drink, local entertainment and more. Uniformed organisations will join the parade and will process to St Stephen’s Church where there will be a service to celebrate a life of service. Then a picnic on the lawn at St Stephen’s, with opportunities to buy food and drink (or bring your own) plus crafts and games.

This is a joint event between Cinderford Churches (St Stephen’s, St John’s and St Eth’s), Cinderford Town Council and the Cinderford Branch of the Royal British Legion.

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Monday 6 June

Service of Thanksgiving to mark The Queen’s extraordinary life of service and faith

Venue: Gloucester Cathedral

Time: 5.30pm.

The service will gather up all the community celebrations of the half term and Jubilee Weekend providing an opportunity to reflect on this remarkable moment in our history.

 

Venue: Oldbury

Celebration breakfast in the Memorial Hall, A Flower Festival at St Arilda’s Church with the theme “Through the Years” and an exhibition about Jubilee and Coronation celebrations in previous years.

 

Jubilee Events at Discover DeCrypt

There are a host of events happening in central Gloucester. Click on the link above to find out more.

 

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