What’s happening in Berkshire on Sunday for Queen’s Jubilee?

If you’ve not yet had chance to celebrate, there’s still time to join in the festivities.

We’ll once again be running a live blog of street parties, events and other celebrations happening across Bracknell, Windsor, Reading and Slough and beyond.

Here are just some of the events happening today.

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1. Windsor Big Lunch

From 11.30am to 6.30pm local communities are invited to enjoy some food and drinks on the Long Walk. 

Gather friends and family,  bring your Union Jack flags and let’s picnic together around our big screens, where you can watch the national Platinum Jubilee Pageant, which promises to be a spectacular parade, combining street arts, theatre, music, circus, carnival and costume, as well as the enjoying street entertainers in the beautiful surroundings of the Long Walk.  

2. Trinity Concert Band Jubilee Children’s Concert

From 3pm to 4.30pm in the Forbury Gardens, Reading. The Trinity Concert Band will be performing a free children’s concert at the Forbury Bandstand. Bring a picnic and make an afternoon of it.

3. Slough Big Jubilee Lunch

From 12pm to 4pm at St Mary’s Church, Slough. Free family and community afternoon with local entertainment. You can bring your own picnic and something to share.

4. Jubilee Fun Day

 

The Binfield Club is hosting a jubilee kids party from 1pm today.

 

There will be a children’s entertainer, face painting, raffle prizes and BBQ. Events start at 1pm (children’s entertainer 2pm – 5pm).

 

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