Let's Celebrate The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee - with a Community Family Fun Day!

Friday 3rd June ’22 - between 9am – 6pm

We have some amazing things planned for the day! 

Park Gardens

9.00am – 5pm -  Fabulous entertainment, Alice in Wonderland characters on stilts! Giant interactive game! Lots of craft for children to enjoy! Archery taster sessions! Old Fashioned games! Treasure Hunt! Learn pottery skills and take your pot home! Children's interactive theatre! Music in the Bandstand! and so much more!  Bring a picnic! The Dad's Army Bar will be open to quench your thirst! The Jubilee Park cafe will be open too. 

Music and Activities in the Bandstand

1.30pm - 3.00pm - Miss Sarah Jane 1940’s singer

3.00pm - 4.00pm - Knight School - Knighting Ceremony. The Blue Knight Public Speaking Academy - Queen's Speeches                        

4.00pm - you are invited to join the children singing the National Anthem

4.10pm – 6.00pm - Banovallum Brass Concert

Who will be in the Park? 

Rhubarb Theatre Company

Alice in Wonderland - Interactive Theatre

www.rhubarbtheatre.co.uk

  • Wonderland of Games:

Join Rhubarb Theatre for a wonderland experience as you shrink into the gardens of the Queen of Hearts to find yourselves amongst her large lawn games.  Once there, you might get knotted up in the Alice-themed twister, go crackers with the croquet, or                become champions of the chequers board.  But watch out for her court jokers, they bring mayhem and madness as the White Rabbit, Mad Hatter and even the Queen herself tumble into play.

Show times: 10am, 11:30 & 1pm 

Ashes & Oak

Pottery Taster Sessions

www.ashesandoak.co.uk

  • Learn a new skill - make a clay pot to take home with you.

Jo has worked across Lincolnshire with her ‘Make it to Break it’ pottery classes. Develop your skills in using clay and creating a pot to take home and be proud of. 

Castle Bowmen

Archery Taster Sessions

  • Have-A-Go Archery Taster Sessions – Providing a taster of a sport 10,000 years in the making. An archery have-a-go with Olympic faces and Field archery 3D’s

Woodhall Spa Parish Council

Children’s Treasure Hunt

  • The theme will be aimed at the Jubilee and significant events over the Queen’s reign.

Craft -  Decorating Crowns and Painting Flags

Craft - Cake decorating

Guild Dogs for the Blind

Obstacle Course - Blindfolded

The obstacle course is set up to help sighted people understand how their actions affect partially sighted people in their everyday lives. You will be guided around an obstacle course, whilst blindfolded, to give you a better understanding of a blind person's world.

Knight School 

Blue Knight Public Speaking Academy

A Knighting in the Bandstand 

  • The Knight School  - Children, aged 6 &7 yrs old, are taught the medieval codes of conduct. The children will join us in front of the bandstand to demonstrate their new found skills, which culminate in a knighting ceremony to be performed by the Queen's Champion. 
  • The Blue Knight Public Speaking Academy - Children have attended a course which prepares then public speaking. Each child will address the audience with a short extract taken from the Queen's speeches from over her 70 year reign. 

St Andrew’s PTA

Coconut Shye and more

Rotary Club of Woodhall Spa

Vintage Games                                                                                                

http://woodhallsparotary.co.uk

Cottage Museum

Exhibits - Wicker Bath Chair and large Dolls House (fundraiser).

Games - Splat the Rat and Bean Bags                         

Badge Making Craft Table

www.cottagemuseum.co.uk

The Woodhall Spa Cottage Museum is a joy to explore and packed with Intriguing stories and displays about Woodhall Spa, the local area and the Wield family, who lived in the building from 1887 until the 1960s.

Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust

Children’s activities on the day

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Charity information stand to promote the Wildlife Trust and the work they do in the area. Also providing advice on wildlife gardening and information on the Children’s Nature Watch Club and volunteering and membership opportunities.

This event has been made possible with funding from Arts Council England, Let's Create Fund. The Lincolnshire Community Foundation and Community Fund. 

Jubilee Park is enormously grateful for this funding.