Coronation Celebration and Tea Dance at the Lit

We are excited to announce that the free-to-attend community event to celebrate the King's Coronation will take place on Sunday, 7th May at the Egham Literary Institute.

Coronation Celebration and Tea Dance at the Lit

Home Instead, a leading provider of home care services for seniors, is taking a lead role in the upcoming community event to celebrate the King’s Coronation. As a community-focused organisation, Home Instead recognises the importance of bringing different generations together to celebrate historical moments like the King’s Coronation.

We are excited to announce that the free-to-attend community event to celebrate the King’s Coronation will take place on Sunday, 7th May at the Egham Literary Institute.

Following the resounding success of the event of the same format for the Queen’s jubilee last year, the feedback from attendees as they left was overwhelmingly positive. Many asked when the next event would be. The success of the Queen’s jubilee event has inspired us to organise another community event to celebrate the King’s Coronation.

With the combined efforts and time from Home Instead, the Egham Museum, The Literary Institute, and the Royal Holloway University of London volunteers programme for the planning, organisation and staffing of the event, the event is free to attend, making it accessible, inclusive and engaging for all members of the community.

The High-tea and tea dance will be the highlight of the event, with attendees having the opportunity to learn traditional tea dances and dress to impress in vintage style for the best-dressed competition. The Egham Museum will also be showcasing historical memorabilia related to the coronation, giving attendees a chance to learn more about the history of the event. There will be two separate seating’s to accommodate everyone and ensure that no one is disappointed. The first seating will take place from 1pm-2.30pm, and the second seating will take place from 3pm-4.30pm.

The collaboration between these organisations is a shining example of how different community stakeholders can come together to create an inclusive and engaging event for all members of the community.

Booking is essential to avoid disappointment.

To book your seats please

Email:[email protected]rg,

tel: 01784 434 483, or pop in to the museum…alternatively book your space on our Eventbrite page.

We look forward to meeting you there and celebrating this historic event with you, as a community.

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