Platinum Jubilee events
Here is a reminder of the events we have on over the 4-day celebration of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Thursday 2nd June – ‘Wild Woodbury’ Walks organised by Dorset Wildlife Trust will take place at 10.30am and 1.30pm.
Hog Roast, bar and ice creams at the Scout Hut from 7.30pm to 9.15pm, with entertainment from Adams Axemen.
The beacon will be lit on Souls Moor as part of the National Beacon Lighting by Deputy Lord Lieutenant Sally Cadec at 9.45pm, accompanied by a Scout Colour Party.
Friday 3rd June – ‘Wild Woodbury’ Walks organised by Dorset Wildlife Trust will again take place at 10.30am and 1.30pm.
At 6pm there will be the Bere Regis Duck Race, organised by the Scouts, with a BBQ and bar at the Scout Hut.
Saturday 4th June – The Jubilee Street Party will be held in West Street from 3pm.
Please bring your own tables and chairs and a picnic.
The pubs and shop have agreed to stay open should you run out of anything and there will be free entertainment throughout the day.
Sunday 5th June – A Songs of Praise Service will be held at St John the Baptist Church at 10.30am. From 2.30pm until 7.30pm there will be a 1950s Sports Day for children of all ages at the Sports Club. Bring along a picnic and the Sports Club bar will be open throughout the event.
Throughout the whole of the four days, there will be a Festival Exhibition in St John the Baptist Church of flowers, photography, quilts, crafts, art and poetry.
Light refreshments will be available every day from 11am until 3pm.