Discover a weeklong celebration with events, from Monday 30 May to Sunday 05 June 2022, to mark The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in Oxford and across Oxfordshire.
On the 06 February of this year, Her Majesty The Queen became the first British monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee, marking 70 years since she acceded the throne.
Events and initiatives have been taking place throughout the past year to celebrate this unprecedented anniversary, culminating in a four day UK Bank Holiday from Thursday 02 to Sunday 05 June.
Discover a weeklong list of events, from Monday 30 May to Sunday 05 June 2022, for people and communities across Oxfordshire to come together to celebrate this historic milestone.
The weeklong itinerary includes public events, community activities and beacon lighting events, as well as moments of reflection on The Queen’s 70 years of service.
The Photograph and Memorabilia Exhibition of the last 70 years by David Beasley will be displayed in Wallingford Town Hall.
View a flotilla procession of boats and small craft travelling down the river to Wallingford Bridge, followed by fireworks by Illusion Fireworks.
Come and celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee in the Castle Gardens. There will be live music, children’s craft activities, entertainment and giant games.
OSJ (Orchestra of St. John’s) invites you to Dorchester Abbey on 04 June for a concert to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee with music from the Coronation and Royal Wedding.
Didcot Town Council will be hosting a celebratory fun day at Didcot Civic Hall on Thursday 02 June from 11.00am to 7.00pm.
Bicester Heritage will provide a historic backdrop for this momentous event and will be open to welcome you to the Wriggly Monkey Brewery in the lead up to the beacon lighting event.
The lighting of the Queen’s Jubilee Beacons in Oxfordshire is one of the first official community events of the four-day Jubilee Weekend from 02 to 05 June 2022.
Visit the museum and discover the fascinating links between Oxford and the Monarchy through time to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Celebrate the Jubilee in style by creating your own Royal coat of arms at the Museum of Oxford’s Kings & Queens Family Day.
Enjoy your Jubilee Weekend at Oxford Stadium with a massive outdoor event featuring tribute acts such as Katie Perry, Little Mix, Tom Jones, Abba and Micheal Jackson!
This talk reviews how our view of the universe has evolved during the second Elizabethan era and the key role that local science centres have played in this.
The Friends of Abingdon have organised a series of guided walks along with local societies and individuals. There will also be self-guided walks available.