STREET parties, picnics and pancake races are all planned throughout the year to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in Windsor and Eton.

The towns are going to be busier than ever throughout the year with fun events taking place across Windsor and Eton and an expected spike in tourists wanting to take part in the celebrations.

Brits will be given a four-day bank holiday weekend from Thursday, June 2, to Sunday, June 5, in celebration of Her Majesty the Queen’s 70 years of service.

An events calendar was created detailing all the fun things that will be happening in the towns from February 6. As it stands, it is still not completed as others are still not yet programmed by the Platinum Jubilee committee.

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In preparation for the Jubilee, the Windsor and Eton society will be sprucing up the towns with union flags and flower baskets with a colour scheme of purple, pink and white, as part of the facelift.

Windsor town manager Paul Roach told councillors and residents on the Windsor town forum this will be “one of the busiest years in many a year for the town”.

The events so far programmed include:

Accession day service at St George’s Chapel and Parish Church of St John the Baptist on February 6

Church service to commemorate the 70 years of the Queen’s accession to the throne. It will start from 10am to 11am.

The Platinum Pancake Race on March 1

The annual pancake race is back with a Platinum twist within the Windsor Royal Station. Starts from 9:30am to 12pm.

Royal Borough Observer: File photo dated 07/02/52 of Queen Elizabeth II setting foot on British soil for the first time since her accession as she landed at London Airport after her day and night flight from Kenya following the death of her father, King George VI. (PA)File photo dated 07/02/52 of Queen Elizabeth II setting foot on British soil for the first time since her accession as she landed at London Airport after her day and night flight from Kenya following the death of her father, King George VI. (PA)

Windsor and Eton Choral Society Concert on March 19

The choir will be singing in celebration of the Queen’s Platinum celebrations at St George’s Chapel from 7:30pm.

Platinum Jubilee celebration a gallop through history – Royal Windsor horse show from May 12 to May 15

According to the BBC, more than 500 horses and 1,000 performers will take part in a 90-minute show at Windsor Castle, taking the audience on a journey through history from Elizabeth I to present day.

Windsor Platinum Jubilee school’s week from May 23 to May 27

Local School children can take part in various activities across the Royal Borough in celebration of the Jubilee. Details to be announced.

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Jubilee banquet on May 23

A meal will be cooked by school children of all ages, chosen from local schools for members of the community at Eton College. Michelin starred chef Alain Roux, who is chef-patron of The Waterside Inn in Bray, will be attending.

June 2

The first day of the long weekend. There will be 1,400 parading soldiers, 200 horses, and 400 musicians as part of the Trooping the Colour. Tickets are available to the public from next week on this site

Also, the Platinum Jubilee beacons will be lit across the UK and oversee territories. In Windsor, this will take place on the Long Walk as darkness falls.

June 3

There will be a concert in St George’s Chapel, featuring music from across the British Isles.

A village picnic event on the green at Holyport will also be held. However, the organisers are asking Bray Parish Council for funds to help cover insurance fees, toilet hire, road closures, etc.

Royal Borough Observer: The Queen and Philip return to Buckingham Palace following Trooping the Colour in 2010 (Dominic Lipinski/PA)The Queen and Philip return to Buckingham Palace following Trooping the Colour in 2010 (Dominic Lipinski/PA)

June 4

A ‘bring your own picnic’ Jubilee party will be held at the Long Walk where there will be a ‘carnival atmosphere’, music, and sport from across the decades of the Queen’s reign. There will also be food vendors.

A street party on Eton High Street is also scheduled for this day.

June 5

The “longest picnic table ever” will be there for the longest Sunday lunch at the Long Walk. The theme will be the Commonwealth.

Organisers want the table to reach from Cambridge Gate towards Copper House. There will be a parade, combining street arts, theatre, music, circus, carnival, and costume.

June 11

Celebrities will be attending the Royal Windsor Rose and Horticultural Society Summer Show at Windsor Great Park, celebrating its 130th year.