Do you have a street party planned to celebrate the Queen’s 90th in June?

Are you planning a street party? This is a Jubillee Party in 1977 in Henniker Road
, Ipswich.

Are you planning a street party? This is a Jubillee Party in 1977 in Henniker Road , Ipswich.

Celebrations for Queen Elizabeth’s 90th birthday are set to continue next month with a number of street parties planned.

The Queen celebrated her birthday on April 21, but events are also taking place in June to mark her official birthday on June 11th.

In Walberswick there will be a gathering on The Green on June 12 with a jazz band and lots of activities and competitions planned.

In Hadleigh a street party is being planned, facilitated by the town council, on June 12 in High Street.

More than 65 guests aged 80-plus from Saxmundham have been invited to a special commemorative tea party to mark the Queen’s 90th birthday on Saturday, where they will be served by the younger members of the community.

A party for the Queen in 1953. Pauline Street, Ipswich.

A party for the Queen in 1953. Pauline Street, Ipswich.


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The Women’s Institute will be providing the food for the event at the Market Hall and entertainment will include singing from a school choir.

In Felixstowe, people are being invited to picnic in the newly-refurbished seafront gardens to mark the Royal birthday.

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In Kesgrave residents are being encouraged to display bunting on or around their homes, with a group of people offering to make them to order in return for a donation.

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Some of the kings and queens at the special street party held at Castle Hill Infants School for the

Some of the kings and queens at the special street party held at Castle Hill Infants School for the Queen's visit in 2002. - Credit: Archant

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