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Noreen, Board Moderator

Jubilee Weekend celebrations

It is nearly upon us, and if the warm weather holds up it could be a great weekend ahead.

What do you have planned?

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sam from worthing

jubilee weekend

three neighbours meeting in middle house for a bbq/party.

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Kate

street party

all the street are getting together & having afternoon tea, then a party in the evening.Fortunately it's a quiet cul de sac so no problems with traffic & anyway we use the front gardens so no health & safety!!!!!!!!!Really enjoyed last year's wedding one, & maybe an olympic one!

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foodie

Jubilee Weekend celebrations

In the garden hopefully, shall do an English tea, got the bunting at the ready, shall put that up Friday. Shall have the telly on in the background, can't miss seeing our majesty....shall def. sing the Anthem at some point!!....foodie

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Essex Girl

Jubilee Meals

Two sets of neighbours who live next door to each other are organising a lunch time bring-your-own food and drink BBQ on Tuesday.

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Dottie May

Jubilee Weekend celebrations

Nothing different as far as I know.

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Elpe

Weekend celebrations

We're away all weekend in North Yorkshire at my niece's wedding so it'll be a lovely family celebration.

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Sue G

No weekend celebrations

So glad i live in france with no English neighbours.

Have been informed that in another department there is a group of Brits do a tea party in their garden & did i want to go. Unfortunately i will be cutting my grass & pulling up weeds on the weekend.

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Linzechris

Jubilee Weekend celebrations

My son and daughter in law are coming to stay for the weekend so depending on the weather we shall have our own little tea party either inside or out in the garden and I'm going to buy some bunting and decorate!

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Gerry

Jubilee weekend

"What do you have planned?"
Lots of things in my village: wine and cheese party by lake, bring and share food in village hall, other celebrations.

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Saffy

Jubilee Weekend celebrations

Lots going on in our village. The event we're going to is on the big green. There'll be a couple of local bands, childrens' entertainment, hog roasts, beer/Pimms tent etc.

Avout 25 of us are meeting up for a picnic - all dressing up in red, white and blue with the exception of our Republican Irish friend who is wearing green, orange and white!

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JAMES

Jubilee Weekend

I will be carrying on as normal, cannot stand the royal family.

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Expat Badger

jubilee weekend

i'm going camping

am now sorely tempted to get some bunting for the caravan...!

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Noreen, Board Moderator

Jubilee decorations

I don't know what it is like around the UK, but London looks fab! All the buildings have flags flying and in the West End there are quite a few streets with bunting draped across.

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sam from worthing

jubille bunting

hardly any so far round here - a couple of seafront b&b's have some - and tesco has a few bunting things up .... but so far no private houses or lamp posts etc, the flower shop up the road has a big 60 balloon in the window and thats it.

i have been banned from putting bunting up.

 
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