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Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Celebrations in Chinnor

02 to 05 June
Chinnor Village
Chinnor Village
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Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Celebrations in Chinnor

About the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Celebrations in Chinnor

Chinnor Parish Council invites you to join the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Celebrations in Chinnor over the Jubilee bank holiday weekend. The programme of events is as follows:

Thursday 02 June

Steel Band from 6.30pm and lighting of The Beacon at 9.45pm plus food and bars at The Playing Fields, Station Road

Friday 03 June

Platinum Play 2.00pm to 4.30pm at Chinnor Methodist Church, Games, toys and activities for families and children aged 1 to 11years

Cream Teas at Chinnor Community Church from 2.00pm to 4.00pm and an opportunity to sing along to the best-loved song from the 1950s onwards

1950’s themed Train Service- Boxed Cream Teas available to book Chinnor Railway https://www.chinnorrailway.co.uk/

Jubilee Party at The Crown, Chinnor https://www.thecrownchinnor.com/ from midday onwards; perfect for the whole family. Expect live bands, singers, DJs, BBQ and food, children’s entertainment, a magic show, a bouncy castle, plus much more. Crown Chinnor https://www.facebook.com/crownchinnor/

Chinnor Football Club Bingo night from 7.30pm at the Pavilion. Call Andy on 07951 215659 to book

Saturday 04 June

‘Party in the Park’ from midday at The Playing Fields, Station Road. Expect bands, stalls, children’s games, a dog show, tug of war, The Chinnor Silver Band, games, inflatables, Punch ‘n’ Judy, Chinnor Players, food and bars, plus much more.

Tennis Courts will be open from 1.00pm to 3.00pm with all equipment provided. Please note that suitable footwear is essential.

The evening party will continue with bands, food and a bar.

Sunday 05 June

There will be a special church service from 10.30am at St Andrew’s Church.

‘The Big Lunch’

Street Parties around the village so you can celebrate with your neighbours. Lunch/picnic boxes are available for pre-order online from Chinnor Railway.

From 20 May there will be a display titled ‘A History of Changes’ at the library during it’s regular opening hours.