Saturday, June 2:
l 12pm - The red, white and blue family picnic at Wragby Town Hall (take along your own picnic). There will be free afternoon teas, free face painting, free games and ice creams for sale.
l 1.30pm – Diamond Jubilee fun olympics for children.
l 2.45pm - Village tug of war contest.
l 4.15pm – Best dressed contest –Jubilee/patriotic/red, white and blue theme.
l 4.30pm – Jubilee medals (for all children) and prizes.
l 6.30pm–10pm – Free family disco at the town hall with a subsidised barbecue.
Sunday, June 3:
l 11am – Wragby Film Society presents A Queen is Crowned, at Wragby Town Hall.
This covers the procession to Westminster Abbey, the Coronation ceremony, processions back to Buckingham Palace and the appearance on the balcony.
The film was nominated for an Oscar and won a BAFTA as a documentary. It is narrated by Sir Lawrence Olivier and lasts for about 80 minutes.
There will be free refreshments during the interval and a photograph display of Wragby’s memorabilia during the Coronation days.
l 2.30pm–5.30pm: A tea dance will be held at the town hall with old time music and refreshments.
l 2.30pm–4.30pm: A children’s tea party will be held at Wragby Methodist Church with an entertainer and fancy dress competition with prizes. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Tickets cost 50p. To book call 01673 857515, 01673 858334 or 01673 857825.