Jubilee Celebrations – Sunday 3rd & Monday 4th June

Two days of family fun, especially for North Creakers to celebrate HM The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, are bing planned for Sunday 3rd  and Monday 4th June.  Organised by a Jubilee committee plans are as follows…..look out for the official flyer through your door or the insert in Creake News:

Sunday 3rd June –  in the village

11am         Family church service with hand bell ringing by children from the village

12noon     Ceremonial tree planting of an oak and an apple tree on the village green.  The children of the village will be asked to plant the apple tree which has been kindly donated by the late Dr Kevin Browne and was grafted from an apple tree originally planted for the Golden Jubilee of HM Queen Victoria.

12.45pm   Retire to the village hall for drinks and canapes very kindly provided by the Village Hall Committee

1.45pm     Festivities will end around 5pm allowing people time to get hometo watch the Jubilee barge procession along the River Thames which will commence around 2pm (high water) from Battersea Bridge.

Monday 4th June – at Creake Abbey barns

3pm         An afternoon of children’s fun and games with lots of afternoon tea and cakes for all!

4pm         A performance by the talented thespians and singers of the village which is sure to have us in awe and fits of laughter

4.30pm   The celebration hog roast will begin with bountiful quantities of food for all.  Children under 16 yrs eat for free.  Adults pay a nominal charge of £2.50.

5-8pm    Music by the fabulous “Sweatbeats”!  We are really lucky to have secured this wonderful band with a musical repertoire to suit all ages.  Come and celebrate, dance and have fun!