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Celebrating Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee in Buckinghamshire

| May 24, 2022

There are less than two weeks to go until Her Majesty the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee weekend (Thursday 2nd to Sunday 5th June 2022).

Buckinghamshire Council have issued a reminder of celebrations taking place in Buckinghamshire and how you can join in.

Street parties, Big Lunches and community events

Buckinghamshire Council has waived the temporary street closure fee for Jubilee street parties over the Bank Holiday weekend. So far more than 90 groups have taken advantage of this offer.

There are many more community events taking place across the county, from Big Lunches to parties, many of which are listed on the council’s events directory. If you are hosting an event, you can add it to the online directory on the Buckinghamshire Council website.

If you would like to invite the Chairman of the Council to your event, please email [email protected].

You could also invite your local Councillor, you can find your local Councillor and their contact details on the Buckinghamshire Council website.

Lord Lieutenant’s Service of Thanksgiving

Lord Lieutenant for Buckinghamshire, Countess Howe, is hosting a Service of Thanksgiving for HM The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee at All Saints Parish Church in High Wycombe on Sunday 29th May 2022.

Attendance at the service is by invitation only, but everyone is invited to join by streaming the service live. You can watch the service on the Buckinghamshire Council YouTube page from 2.45pm on Sunday 29th May 2022.

A copy of the order of service will be available on the council website prior to the service.


The council has Jubilee activity packs available to download from their website. These have also been sent out to schools and care homes.

A Jubilee resource pack from Learning and Sharing Together is also available with ideas for celebrating with different generations.

Celebrate the Jubilee with Buckinghamshire Libraries

Join in the fun at the library, with an array of diverse and interesting events (and a fair amount of tea drinking and cake consuming!).

From talks with a town crier and a former Royal footman to commemorative pebble painting and crafts galore for children, there are over 60 planned events in Buckinghamshire libraries for you to enjoy.

Discover what’s on for the Jubilee in your local library.

Buckinghamshire Archives Jubilee Exhibition

Buckinghamshire Libraries are delighted to be hosting a pop-up exhibition by Buckinghamshire Archives demonstrating how Buckinghamshire has celebrated past Jubilees.

The exhibition will be travelling around Buckinghamshire Libraries on these dates:

  • Monday 16th May to Tuesday 7th June 2022 : High Wycombe Library and Princes Risborough Library
  • Thursday 9th June to Wednesday 22nd June 2022 : Marlow Library and Aylesbury Library
  • Friday 24th June to Saturday 16th July 2022 : Amersham Library and Buckingham Library

Schools Cake Competition

School children across Buckinghamshire have been busy creating baked masterpieces for the council’s Platinum Jubilee Schools Cake Competition. The final will be taking place at the start of June. Keep an eye on the council’s social media channels for pictures of the delicious cakes and to discover the winners.

Cllr Peter Strachan, Lead Member for the Platinum Jubilee at Buckinghamshire Council, said: ‘Excitement is building now we’re a matter of days away from the historic, once in a lifetime occasion of our monarch celebrating a Platinum Jubilee.

I’ve been hearing all about the plans residents in Buckinghamshire have to make the most of the Jubilee and the four-day weekend, and it sounds like it’s going to be a wonderful few days.

Fellow Members and I are welcoming invitations to community events across the county, so if you would like to invite your local councillor, please do so. The council would also love to see photos and videos from your celebrations to share on our digital channels and show everyone how Buckinghamshire is honouring the Queen.

Residents can share your photos and videos to Buckinghamshire Council via social media @BucksCouncil or by emailing [email protected].

*Source of article : Press release from Buckinghamshire Council.

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