Cathedral celebrates Queen’s 90th


First published 31st May 2016

Bristol Cathedral will mark the official birthday of HM the Queen with a week of celebrations, including a special Sunday morning service and a Flower Festival.

The celebrations begin on Saturday 11 June and all are welcome. Over 30 of the Cathedral flower arrangers have designed and created special flower installations, all on the theme of The Queen's Birthday. This will be on show to the public from Saturday 11 June and for the next week. Admission to the festival is free and all are welcome.

On Sunday 12 June, the Cathedral will hold a special Choral Eucharist in celebration of the Queens birthday, complete with Trumpeters, and followed by a slice of cake and the Royal Toast. Children are invited to attend the service in fancy dress, with the theme of Kings and Queens - and there will be a prize for the person with the best costume, awarded by the Lord Lieutenant of Bristol.

For more information, visit the cathedral website.

Is your church doing anything to celebrate the Queen's 90th birthday?