Geddington – A Royal Village

Geddington website’s contribution to the village’s celebration of HM Queen Elizabeth’s Jubilee, will be an Exhibition of royalty and artefacts that have shaped Geddington over hundreds of years, but especially the last 70 years, which cover the Queen’s reign.

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is the regal theme which holds this exhibition together. It will have two streams.

The first stream will be about the royalty who have visited Geddington or who have had an influence on the village.

The second stream will be about happenings and events in the village over the past 70 years, accompanied by images, articles and artefacts from each decade.

We are fortunate in having the talents of historical researcher, Vic Crouse, to expound on the royal connections. We are also fortunate in having the services of Vic‘s son, Richard, for his significant talents as a designer. His information boards alone are worth coming to the exhibition, but local events have always had a pull on residents and even more so, when the local paper publicises them and they remain in our memories, frozen forever in the times they happened.

Geddington – A Royal Village
The exhibition will take place on:
Saturday & Sunday 28 & 29 May
Saturday 1 – 4pm

Sunday 10 – 4pm

Free Entry

We are delighted to say that the Geddington & Newton W.I. will be on hand to produce their very tasty cakes, scones, teas and coffees on both days.

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