Queen’s jubilee tea party
Dudley Council will be hosting a special jubilee afternoon tea party with the Mayor of Dudley to honour the Queen.
The event on Wednesday May 25 at Dudley Town Hall is open to residents celebrating their 70th birthday between Feb 6 and June 2. Places are for two tickets (one plus guest). Tickets are limited and must be reserved in advance.
The Mayor of Dudley, Councillor Anne Millward, said:
It’s a privilege to be serving as Mayor during the Queen’s jubilee year and we thought that hosting a tea party for people turning 70 during the 70th year of her reign would be a fitting tribute.
Tickets are on a first come, first served basis so I would urge people to get theirs while they still can.
The tea party is among a host of activities the council is organising to celebrate the jubilee. Other events include a tree planting event on March 11, one of a number of planting events as part of the Queen’s Green Canopy activities, the lighting of a beacon at Dudley Castle on June 2 and the waiving of fees for road closures for streets hosting street parties.
To request tickets for the tea dance or to find out more about the borough’s jubilee activities visit the Mayor of Dudley website