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A right royal time for village school

Royalty descended on a primary school to celebrate the Queen's 80th birthday.

Children and teachers at Helmdon Primary School dressed for the occasion by wearing a king or queen costume, or sporting red, white and blue clothes.

At midday pupils hoisted the Union Jack outside and sang the national anthem, joined by Daventry MP Tim Boswell who was visiting the school at the time. Bursar Judith Wait dressed as the queen herself complete with a soft toy corgi (the Queen's favourite pet).

She said: "Everybody entered into the spirit of it and had a great time. All 130 children looked fab in their outfits."

The Banbury Guardian - 4th May 2006

 
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