HRH The Earl of Wessex is due to visit Hornby today (February 7) to mark the official start of the county’s diamond jubilee celebrations.
The Prince will carry out five engagements over two days including planting an oak tree at St Margaret’s Church of England Primary School, Hornby, today, Tuesday, February 7, to mark the official start of the county’s diamond jubilee celebrations.
The Lancashire Lieutenancy Office has also announced two key opportunities for communities to be part of the The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Celebrations this year.
Taking place on Sunday, June 3 will be The Big Jubilee Lunch where people are encouraged to share lunch with neighbours and friends and on Monday, June 4, a network of 2,012 Queens Diamond Jubilee Beacons will be lit across the UK, with Lancashire urged to play an important role.
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