North Norfolk celebration for Queen’s 90th

Just Regional
Feb 29, 2016 1 min read

Everyone living in North Norfolk who was born in 1930 or earlier is being invited to a special royal tea party to celebrate The Queen’s 90th birthday.

The party will be hosted by Annie Claussen-Reynolds, chairman of North Norfolk District Council on April 21 at Swanton Novers Village Hall 2-5pm, with tea, cake, a tea dance, entertainment and reminiscing.

To register for the party, go online at or call Lydia Hall on 01263 516047.

Mrs Claussen-Reynolds said: “I am really looking forward to meeting and celebrating this unique occasion with North Norfolk’s octogenarians, nonagenarians and perhaps we will be lucky enough to welcome some centenarians.”

Registrations need to be complete by March 14. Formal invitations and further information about the event will be sent by March 31. Organisers are particularly keen to invite people who, like the Queen, will celebrate their 90th birthdays this year.

Companions, spouses and carers are welcome, but their details must be included on the registration forms.


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