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Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Celebrations

June 2 - June 5

Lympstone Community Hub  QUEEN’S PLATINUM JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS IN LYMPSTONE

Lympstone Community Hub has planned a number of exiting events for the weekend of the Queen’s Jubilee Celebrations. There is a pull-out of the 4 days of events in the centre of this Herald. A full 12 page programme will be published in mid-May and will be available from village outlets. All Jubilee venues will be free to enter but there may be a small charge for some activities. Full details will also be published on the Lympstone Website and Facebook page.

This event is organised by Lympstone Community Hub. We do not seek to make a profit. Any profits from Saturday’s events go to Lympstone school and pre-school, while any profits from Sunday’s events go to the Royal Marines Charity.

Events may be weather dependent and late changes to the programme may occur.  Check Facebook and Twitter for updates.

OUTLINE PROGRAMME

DETAILED PROGRAMME

Thursday 2 June 

BEACON LIGHTING ON CLIFF FIELD 7pm – 10.30pm

7pm Food and Drink & Live music from “CHARGE”

9.35pm Bugler

9.40pm Piper

9.45pm Lighting the Beacon

Bar Tent provided by The Globe

Hot Dogs, Veggie Hot Dogs, Soft Drinks provided by the Scouts from the Scout Hut. Cash only!

Friday 3 June 

10am Bell Ringing at Lympstone Parish Church

Evening – Love your Lympstone local. We encourage you to support our local businesses by dining out on Friday evening at one of our village pubs:

The Globe Inn, The Swan Inn, The Redwing, or The Saddlers Arms, or enjoying fish and chips from Jason’s Fish Shed.

Or you may like to go to Film Night.

7.30pm in the Village Hall (Main Hall) Lympstone Film Society are showing “Land Girls” preceded by a talk by Becks Pearson. Numbers are limited.

Saturday 4 June Sarurday 4 Purple

Candys Field 2-5pm Afternoon activities

  • Fun ‘Have a Go’ Tennis on the tennis courts (2pm Adults) (4.15-5.30pm Juniors) Please wear trainers and bring a racquet if you have one. Racquets are provided if needed.
  • Miniature Steam Railway Rides
  • Dave Tyrrell’s marvellous engines
  • Scale Models of Thomas the Tank Engine and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
  • Tug of War – just turn up and join in
  • Gladiator Duel / Football Shoot-out
  • Kids’ Treasure Hunt – collect your quiz from the Stewards Tent
  • Village Society Stalls

NB. Some activities may make a small charge and some payments may be cash only!

  • A free ice cream for kids aged 11 and under (3-5pm) provided by Russell’s ice cream van.

    Please collect your voucher from the Steward’s Tent near the children’s Play Park.

  • Picnics on Candys Field are welcome but please take all your rubbish home with you!

Village Hall 2-5pm

  • Bake Off! Separate adult and kids’ competitions Prizes! (Main Hall) To register email doreenmurray999@googlemail.com

  • Story-telling for kids with Jenny Moon at 2.15 & 4.30pm, Adults and children over 5 (Meeting Room) Places limited please book in advance via jennyamoon@gmail.com

  • Miniature Teddy-Bear Making Workshop 2.45-4.15pm– all materials provided free. Places limited please book in advance via jennyamoon@gmail.com

  • 2012 Diamond Jubilee Quilt Book Opportunity to see this amazing record of village scenes and societies.

  • Tea, coffee and cake

CANDYS FIELD 2pm-10.30pm

Food

  • BBQ sausage, burgers, veg option, plus a pulled roast meat option. Provided by ‘Mr T, BBQ Man’
  • Beer tent provided by The Swan (card only)
  • Pimms & Prosecco (card only)
  • Sweets & soft drinks provided by Lympstone Youth Club . Cash only!

Live Entertainment and Music

  • Lympstone Academy Brass

  • Paul and Warwick Downes

  • Kouatchou

  • Reefs of Moonshine

  • Beatles Unplugged

  • School Choir

  • Exmouth Acapella Choir.

Sunday 5 JuneAll spaces are now taken.

Please note there is no access to the field without a ticket. Observers are not permitted for this world record attempt and the footpath from School Hill across Candys Field will be closed during this event

CREAM TEA WORLD RECORD ATTEMPT – Candys Field

Tables and chairs, plates, cups and cream teas are all provided thanks to National Lottery funding.

  • 12.30pm Check in Entry via Greenhill Avenue and Trafalgar Road only. Disabled only via School Hill
  • 1pm Take your seat! The Cream Tea record attempt will start once everyone is registered and seated (by 1.15pm)
  • 2.30pm approx. Event ends

The Embezzlers play live. There will be a short musical interlude pre and post event, a children’s entertainment area, and a small bar post event.

FREE event! Donations to Royal Marines Charity.

FIRST AID support: ‘Action for Life’

Also on Sunday: Lympstone Village Hall:

2.30pm Lympstone Laughs with Jenny Moon (Main Hall) – a laughter yoga session. Look it up on the internet!! Places limited please book in advance via jennyamoon@gmail.com .

Details

Start:
June 2
End:
June 5
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