Tea for The Queen - Worcestershire 90-year-olds to join Monarch’s birthday celebrations
The search is launched today (4 April) for people across Wychavon and Malvern Hills District who were born in the same year as The Queen – 1926.
Her Majesty is celebrating her official 90th birthday this year and to mark the event her local representative, the Lord-Lieutenant of Worcestershire, and the Mayor of Worcester are hosting Tea for The Queen, a party for county residents who will also be turning 90 this year.
Marks & Spencer are kindly sponsoring this right royal event, which will be held in Worcestershire’s county town at Worcester Guildhall on Saturday June 11, the date of The Queen’s official birthday.
Applications for Tea for the Queen tickets are open from today.
The Lord-Lieutenant of Worcestershire, Lt Col Patrick Holcroft, said: “The Queen’s 90th birthday is an occasion for national celebration. I am delighted to be jointly hosting Tea for The Queen, as it will give Worcestershire people who are reaching the same milestone as Her Majesty the chance to join the celebrations of her remarkable reign.
“It will be a great pleasure to spend the afternoon in their company and hear their stories of the last nine decades.
“I’m looking forward to receiving applications from across Worcestershire for this very special event to mark the 90th birthday of our remarkable Queen and monarch.”
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- Droitwich Spa Community Contract Centre & Library
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- Malvern Customer Service Centre & Library
- Pershore Community Centre, Queen Elizabeth Drive
- Pershore Library
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- Upton-upon-Severn Customer Service Centre & Library
Forms need to be sent by Friday May 6 to Tea Party for The Queen, Guldhall, High Street, Worcester WR1 2EY. They can also be emailed to email@example.com.
The forms can be completed by a relative or friend on behalf of the applicant, however they must be able to confirm that the nominated person will be celebrating their 90th birthday this year and will be able to attend the event on June 11.
Places at the tea party are limited, so names of attendees will be drawn in a ballot of all applications received.
Each lucky nonagenarian who secures a ticket for the event will be able to bring one guest with them.
A wide range of other events will be held across Worcestershire to mark Her Majesty’s birthday, including the lighting of beacons on April 21, the date of The Queen’s actual birthday, and a flotilla of boats on the River Severn on June 11.