Diamond Jubilee events guide - Monday
Richard Cutcher • Published 1 Jun 2012 16:31
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Thomas Peace, at Lilliput Learners Nursery, in Dedworth, celebrates the Diamond Jubilee.
A Traditional Ox Roast will take place in Bachelors Acre, Windsor, from noon.
More than 1,000 people are expected to attend the event that was first held in 1809 to celebrate King George III's Golden Jubilee.
Put on by the Rotary Club of Windsor St George and the Windsor and Eton Town Partnership, the event is free, but there will be a charge for a slice of ox.
ENTERTAINERS will strut their stuff at Iver's Got Talent, at Iver Recreation Ground, in Iver High Street, from 2-10pm.
Acts will perform during the day and the final will be held in the evening.
THE Bricklayers Arms, in Hatch Lane, Windsor, is holding a party with a barbecue, children's activities and a quiz, from noon.
JOHNNY Ball will unveil the Jubilee Garden at Farnham Common Junior School, in Sherbourne Walk, noon-2pm.
Afterwards, a family fun day will be held in Burnham Beeches from 2.30-5.30pm, including cow pat chucking.
The free event is organised by Farnham Royal Parish Council, in association with Burnham Beeches, Farnham Common Junior School and Farnhams and Hedgerley Community Church.
MAYOR of the Royal Borough, councillor Colin Rayner, will light the Diamond Jubilee Beacon, The Copper Horse, in The Long Walk, Windsor Great Park, at 10.15pm.
A BURNHAM Beacon party will be held at Burnham Park, Windsor Lane, from 8-11pm. There will be live music, a barbecue and the beacon will be lit at 10.15pm.
This article appeared in Royal Borough Observer 01 Jun 12