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UK Diamond Jubilee Tour

UK Diamond Jubilee Tour

The dates and locations for The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Royal Tour have been announced by the Press Secretary to The Queen.

In a series of regional visits to mark the Diamond Jubilee, The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh will travel the length and breadth of the UK between March and July this year, visiting towns and cities across the Nation.

The UK visits are a way for The Queen to say thank you to her loyal subjects and will provide the British public with the opportunity of catching a glimpse of, or even meeting The Queen, in the 60th year of Her glorious reign.

Make sure you have your Royal flags ready to wave and your Diamond Jubilee bunting and banners on display to show your support to The Queen – in a town or city near you this summer.

Dates and Locations

8 March 2012 – Leicester

23 March 2012 – Manchester and Salford

29 March 2012 – North London (Redbridge, Walthamstow and Harrow)

26 – 27 April 2012 – Wales (Cardiff, Margam, Merthyr Tydfil, Aberfan, Ebbw Vale and Glanusk Park)

1 – 2 May 2012 – South West England (Sherborne, Salisbury, Crewkerne, Yeovil and Exeter)

15 May 2012 – South London (Bromley, Merton and Richmond)

16 – 17 May 2012 – North West England (Burnley, Accrington, Warrington, Chester and Liverpool)

2 – 5 June 2012 – CENTRAL WEEKEND

13 – 14 June 2012 – East Midlands (Nottingham, Burghley, Corby, Stevenage and Hatfield)

25 June 2012 – South East England (Henley-on-Thames)

2 – 6 July 2012 – Scotland ‘Holyrood Week’ (Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dunbartonshire, Renfrewshire and Perth)

11 – 12 July 2012 – West Midlands (Hereford, Worcester, Birmingham and Shropshire)

18 – 19 July 2012 – North East England (Sunderland, South Tyneside, North Tyneside, Gateshead, Durham City , Stockton-on- Tees and Leeds)

25 July 2012 – South East England (Cowes, Isle of Wight, New Forest and Hampshire)

 

Image: Queen Elizabeth II meets the public during a visit to the Floral Pavillion, New Brighton as part her visit to Merseyside in December 2011. Photo credit: Peter Byrne/PA Wire