Sincil Bank residents will come together to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee with a street party On Friday 3 June.
Members of staff from Lincoln City Foundation have been working hard with residents and other local groups to organise a fun filled day.
Pupils from local schools St Peter at Gowts and Bishop King are creating bunting to decorate the area. On the day there will be a living statue, balloon modelling magician, an acoustic guitarist, improv comedy group, pin the tail on the corgi, and other fun games and crafts and will finish the day off with a visit from the city’s mayor.
With funding from the City of Lincoln Council, the Foundation and Sincil Bank Community Partnership have been able to organise the street party and support other local groups with different activities and events.
- Bishop King School have commissioned a piece of artwork commemorating the Platinum Jubilee working with a local artist and the pupils of Bishop King.
- W/C 23 May St Peter at Gowts are holding Queen’s Jubilee Celebrations for pupils.
- W/C 30 May Lincoln City Foundation Holiday Club are holding Queen’s Jubilee Celebrations with a final picnic on the Wednesday.
- W/C 30 May, every morning the Community Grocery are serving sandwiches, tea and scones.
- 2 June 10am-2pm, Bridge Church are holding a tea party including Jubilee crafts, baking and activities.
- 2 June 10am-2pm, Tingers Childcare are holding a big Jubilee Lunch with fun, food and entertainment.
- 4 June Methodist Church are holding a social event to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, providing food, games, a quiz, hat competition, chat and fun.
Kate O’Reilly, community manager at Lincoln City Foundation, said: “It will be a wonderful day to spend time together as a community. I have already been so well supported by many resident volunteers who have given up their time to help plan and promote this fun day. We are all looking forward to celebrating together.”
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