Platinum Jubilee plans for Sandringham unveiled
Plans have been announced for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations on the Sandringham Estate.
To mark the historic occasion of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, celebrations will take place throughout 2022 on the royal estate.
A special exhibition inside the ballroom at Sandringham House will go on display from Satruday, April 9 to October 13, with formal commemorative planting in the gardens from May.
Her Majesty The Queen at Sandringham: An Exemplary Reign and a Unique Country House, is this year’s special exhibition at Sandringham and will showcase the Royal Family’s affection for the much-loved country retreat.
Highlights of the exhibition include objects and photographs relating to the Queen’s love of animals, horses and the great outdoors, as well as a special audio-visual display focusing on her very first Christmas Day speech broadcast from 1957, recorded at Sandringham House.
The estate will also host several events over the extended June bank holiday weekend beginning on Thursday, June 2 with the traditional lighting of the Jubilee Beacon in the park.
Katherine Jenkins will be joined by the Military Wives to perform a very special live outdoor music concert on Friday, June 3, and a live screening of the Platinum Party at the Palace will be shown on a big screen in park on Saturday, June 4.
The weekend will culminate with a pageant showcasing a decade of motoring, accompanied by live music and aerial displays.
A range of limited-edition commemorative pieces unique to the Sandringham Estate Shop will be introduced in the coming months, to include a Sandringham Platinum Jubilee pink Ggin, a Platinum Jubilee pale ale, Sandringham celebratory own blend tea and a special preserve made from local Norfolk fruit.
Tickets must be purchased online via Live Promotions