The Parish Magazine May 2022

Editor.Bob.Peters

Serving the communities of Charvil, Sonning & Sonning Eye since 1869

20 The Parish Magazine - May 2022

PLATINUM JUBILEE EVENTS

500 horses and 1,000 performers

in 'very special' Jubilee celebration

IN THE PRIVATE GROUNDS OF WINDSOR CASTLE FROM 12 - 15 MAY

In celebration of Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee,

a very special event is being held in the private grounds of

Windsor Castle from 12 - 15 May.

The Celebration will involve more than 500 horses and 1,000

performers who will create a 90-minute piece of spellbinding

arena theatre. Taking part will be actors and artists, musicians,

international military displays from the Commonwealth,

Viacheslav Nemyrivskyi, dreamstime.com

Europe and our own armed forces, dancers and global

equestrian displays.

And the good news is that this special Jubilee celebration

will be open to the public, although you will need to book in

advance.

To find out more, go to:

https://platinumjubilee.com/platinum-jubilee-celebration

A 'great variety' of

Jubilee Scarecrows

are heading for

Sonning . . .

Barbara Carr, one of the organisers of the forthcoming

Scarecrow trail for the Jubilee celebrations in Sonning

Village, sends this update:

Thank you so much to all those who are opening their gardens,

have offered to help, and to all who have registered Scarecrows

— we have a great variety!

There is still time to enter a Scarecrow so get on the phone

or e-mail me now! We have room for more Scarecrows from

individuals and from organisations. The last date to register

is Friday 20 May. If you are not registered your scarecrow will

will not be on the Trail Map that thousands of visitors will be

following on Thursday 2 June and Friday 3 June from 10am

to 5pm. Coinciding with the trail, Sonning Art Group will be

staging an exhibition of their work in Pearson Hall, so don't

forget to call in there on your way round.

2018: The Ark at St Andrew's had a visit from Noah's Ark (made by the

Sunday Club) during the Scarecrow weekend

Sue Peters

Please also phone or email if you can offer to help during the

two days by making cakes, serving refreshments, manning one

of the gardens that will open for visitors, or selling trail maps.

If you have a place on the route for a Scarecrow let me know

as we need display areas from Sonning Bridge up Thames Street,

village end of Charvil Lane, High Street, Pearson Road, Pound

Lane down to Ligugé Way, and Sonning Lane up to Berkshire

Sports.

To register a Scarecrow, offer to help, or find out more, email: Barbara.carr71@hotmail.co.uk or phone 0118 934 5886

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