Picnic in the Park for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee

Come along to St Paul's Recreation Ground this Saturday

St Paul's Recreation Ground. Picture: Friends of St. Pauls' Recreation Ground


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On Saturday 4 June there will be a Picnic in the Park to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. The event will take place in St Paul’s Recreation Ground, Brentford between 12 – 5pm.

With musical performances throughout the afternoon from local bands, plus Morris Dancers, Maypole dancing, rounders and a Tug of War competition.

Everyone in the local community is invited to come along to the event organised by Brentford Voice and celebrate the Platinum Jubilee in style, so bring your picnic celebrate the Jubilee weekend – entirely for free – no tickets required.

The Picnic in the Park will primarily serve as fundraiser for the Hounslow FoodBox and there will be a raffle on the day with some fantastic prizes.

Local businesses and services have donated prizes for the Picnic in the Park to help raise as much as possible.

There will be collection boxes and a card machine on the day for financial contributions and raffle ticket sales. Raffle tickets are £5 for 5.


12.00 – Honest Frankie

12.45 – Maypole Dancing

1.30 – Wild Flint

2.15 - Maypole Dancing

3.00 - Northfields Morris Dancers


4.00 - Northfields Morris Dancers

4.15 - Harmonica Lewinsky with Ewan Penkey

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June 3, 2022

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