Amersham Town Council offers day-time entertainment for the whole family during the Jubilee.

On Thursday June 2 between 12pm and 4.30pm ‘Picnic in the Park’ with live music, kids funfair rides, food stalls and a bar takes over the King George V Playing Fields on Chiltern Avenue, Amersham on the Hill.

There will be funfair rides for the children, live music, market stalls with hot food and a BBQ, ice-creams and cold drinks. 

The Amersham Mayor is set to announce the citizen of the year-award winners at the event. 

On Friday June 3 from 12.30 until 4.30pm the Old Amersham Memorial Gardens hosts a concert played by Sound Force Big Band and Josie Florence.

On Saturday June 4 from 10.30 until 2pm Children’s Jubilee Ecofest takes place at St Michael’s Square, Sycamore Road.

Children can build bird boxes, paint with organic materials, collect sunflower seeds as part of the 'tallest sunflower' competition, a bee raffle, and learn how to build a bee with help from the local Scouts. 

While the festival is free, raffle tickets cost £1 and the bee-making workshop with Scouts costs £3 to cover materials. 


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