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Jubilee celebrations planned in Stoke Ferry



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West Norfolk villages are getting ready to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee this June and Stoke Ferry is planning to find the belles of the ball.

In fact they are looking for a prince and princess and auditions will be held at the village hall on Saturday, May 28 from 3pm -5pm.

All village children are welcome including those who attend Stoke Ferry Primary School and pre-school.

Unveiling of The New Village sign at Stoke Ferry One of the 4 different sides to the new sign (7807794)
Unveiling of The New Village sign at Stoke Ferry One of the 4 different sides to the new sign (7807794)

All entrants will be invited to the exclusive prince and princess bell tent party which will be held at the Queen's Jubilee Fayre on Stoke Ferry playing field on Saturday, June 4. Contact Sue on 07904 071341 for more information.

From 12pm until 6pm on Saturday, June 4 there are many activities taking place that will be opened by local royalty, including Olympics, artist fun sessions, a teacup fun ride, a live band, side stalls and a bouncy castle.

Photo of Queen Elizabeth II arrives on a train at King's Lynn station in 2017. (54543205)
Photo of Queen Elizabeth II arrives on a train at King's Lynn station in 2017. (54543205)

Judges will be awarding the best dressed house on Friday June 3 with entrants decorating the outside of their house with a chance to win a gift hamper.

Watch the video below for further information.



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