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Ditto around our way. I plan to work through it.
I'll take the bank holiday, but you can keep the jubilee... and the flags.
There's a street party in the village on Tues and it's free - so what's not to like :)
Bit like Christmas, Easter etc - why not join in the festivities whatever you believe - and similar again it's the commercialism that galls!
60 years ago an uncle bought us our first tv so that we could watch the coronation and of course we had quite a few visitors. I was seven so I do remember and I remember the decorated streets then too.
The village we live in has 4 days of festivities and a procession plus street parties wherever there are groups of dwellings. I don't mind joining in and helping. We are hosting a pensioners tea party on Monday and we have a street party with the neighbouring houses tomorrow. We also have a scarecrow entered in the scarecrow competition. And everyone has Union flags up, it's like a competition to see who has the most or the biggest.
Well said Viv!! : - )
We're having a street party too. After the success of the one we had last year for the royal wedding, I'm hoping it'll be another fantastic day.
There'll be an overload of bunting and decorations, games for the kids, bbq, cakes and probably about 100 people once you factor in extended family and friends of the neighbours.
hope you blog some pics :)
I certainly will :)
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