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East Winch All Saints' Church displaying Queen's Jubilee state coach half scale replica during bank holiday celebrations

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An East Winch man has made a half scale replica of the Queen's Jubilee state coach which will be on display at the village's church from Thursday.

Shaun Dale, parochial church council (PCC) member, constructed the vehicle from a tubular greenhouse frame and it will be on show at All Saints' Church until Sunday as part of the extended bank holiday celebrations.

Mr Dale said: "The coach including the two horses is 19 feet long. It will be on show at East Winch church.

East Winch Queen's coach half scale replica.
East Winch Queen's coach half scale replica.

"It's got two sides and a front, it's all safe and everything. You walk through the middle of the back and you can wave through the window!

"People will be able to get in and have their picture taken, which should be exciting for the children.

"It's made out of an old portable greenhouse frame and cardboard. It will be on show from Thursday noon to Sunday and took me two weeks to make."

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