Wecock Queen’s Jubilee Party June 3rd.

Pretending to be Royalty

Pretending to be Royalty

In dry, but mainly cloudy, weather the Wecock Community Association held a Jubilee party at the Acorn Centre.

Elaine & I were met by Ann Waters, Chairman of the Trustees of the Centre and, after officially opening the event, we were presented with a selection of plants and a hand painted Jubilee mug.

We were then asked to don robes for photographs as King & Queen. A number of children and adults then joined us for more photos.

Cake Judging

Cake Judging

There were bouncy castles and a funfair outside, together with face painting and a burger stall, plus several other activities, while inside there was pottery painting, a very good dancing display by students of the Classique School of Dance and an exceedingly difficult-to-judge cake competition.

Like Leigh Park yesterday, this was a wonderful example of the local community coming together and having a wonderful time.

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