Tell us about your Sidmouth jubilee plans!

PUBLISHED: 14:58 22 April 2012

It will soon be time to dig our your Union flags and the red, white and blue face paints as the country celebrates the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. If you have an event arranged please let us know. You can call the photographers on 01392 888492 or email devon.photographic@archant.co.uk. Pictured are some colourful faces from Salters Meadow in Sidmouth enjoying their street party to celebrate the Queen's Golden Jubilee in 2002. Photo by Paul Taylor. Ref shs 3185-23-02PT

It will soon be time to dig our your Union flags and the red, white and blue face paints as the country celebrates the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. If you have an event arranged please let us know. You can call the photographers on 01392 888492 or email devon.photographic@archant.co.uk. Pictured are some colourful faces from Salters Meadow in Sidmouth enjoying their street party to celebrate the Queen's Golden Jubilee in 2002. Photo by Paul Taylor. Ref shs 3185-23-02PT

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IT will soon be time to dig out your Union Jack flags and join in celebrations for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.

The Sidmouth Herald knows the parish will mark the landmark like no-one else can - and we want you to share your festivities with us and our thousands of readers.

We’d like to know if you plan to recreate scenes like these, captured by Paul Taylor a decade ago during Her Majesty’s Golden Jubilee, in June.

Residents in Salters Meadow are pictured in Salters Meadow.

Tell us of your Diamond Jubilee plans by e-mailing devon.photographic@archant.co.uk or call 01392 888492.


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