Cream tea in Droitwich to mark Queen becoming longest reigning monarch - The Droitwich Standard

Cream tea in Droitwich to mark Queen becoming longest reigning monarch

Droitwich Editorial 4th Sep, 2015 Updated: 17th Oct, 2016   0

ROYALIST Spatans are being urged to join members of the Droitwich Spa Forum for Older People to celebrate HM Queen Elizabeth II becoming Britain’s longest-serving monarch.

A special cream tea will be held at the Tea Cups Cafe, Gurneys Lane, Droitwich, from 2pm to 4pm on Thursday (September 10).

The day before – on Wednesday (September 9) – The Queen will have been on the throne for 63 years and 27 days, beating her great great grandmother Queen Victoria – currently the longest serving.

Jill Edwards, from the Forum for Older People, said: “Everyone is welcome to celebrate this momentous occasion in British history with us and we hope to see as many people as possible come along.”




Tickets – for the tea and jam and cream scones – are £4 per person. That will cover the cost of the event, with any extra going to the forum to help older people in Droitwich.


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