Royal Greenwich celebrates Queen's Platinum Jubilee with Platinum Picnic In The Park with entertainment and activities

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Royal Greenwich will be celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in style along with the rest of the nation. Already rich in royal heritage, the borough is sure to pull out all the stops hosting a summers day of picnicking.  

This event will have large areas for families to enjoy food and drinks, while they watch performances from Royal Greenwich Festival partners.  

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  • Free Entry

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  • Children welcome

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  • Smoking not allowed

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Platinum Picnic In The Park

Type:Summer highlights

Charlton Park, 21 Cemetery Lane, Charlton, London, SE7 8DZ
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