Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II is turning 90 years old this summer. To celebrate we have put together this pack, so that you can join in the celebrations with your friends, family and local community whilst raising some cash for St Richard’s Hospice. We think it would get the royal seal of approval!
What? Have a royal garden party with friends, family or your community to mark the Queen’s 90th birthday. Have the party in your own garden, sitting room (we can never trust the British summer weather) church, workplace, pub – you choose – you could even use the local park (but you would need permission).
When? Any time in June – the Queen’s official birthday weekend is the 10th – 12th June 2016, but we are sure she won’t mind if it’s a week after or a week earlier. Set your own official date.
Why? A good excuse for a get together or party, helping to mark this historic milestone in the Queen’s life, but also our country’s. To top it all off, it’s a great way to support your local hospice, helping us raise vital funds to support our care.
How? We’ve made it simple! Download our Royal Garden Party Fundraising Pack which includes a printable poster/invite, a tin/bucket wrap and great some ideas to get the fundraising ball rolling – think red, white and blue and how you can put the royal icing on the cake!
If you need any help with your preparations just speak to our Fundraising Department. Email Charlie Homer or telephone 01905 763963.
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