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A tea fit for a King and Queen


Brimscombe Primary School toasted the King and Queen with a Coronation tea party.

Children took part in a Coronation parade, wore crowns and paraded around the school hall.

Each child also received a commentative packet of wild flower seeds to plant in honour of the King’s love of nature and the environment.

Pic: Party organisers Kirstie Clarke and Kate Woodward

Image 16 | A tea fit for a King and Queen
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