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Spalding Town Husbands celebrate Platinum Jubilee with South Holland and the Deepings MP Sir John Hayes planting two rowan trees

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A charity has planted two trees to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

The Spalding Town Husbands as Trustees of the Spalding Almshouse Charity added to the Queen’s Green Canopy by planting two rowan trees at its site at Rosemary Close. The trees were planted by Sir John Hayes MP and Nick Phillips, Chief Executive of the Almshouse Charity.

The ceremony was attended by Lord Porter of Spalding, Trustees and almshouse residents.

Spalding Husbands (57637242)
Spalding Husbands (57637242)

It was followed by afternoon tea for all the Almshouse Charity’s residents at St Norbert’s Church Hall, which included a toast to the queen by the Chairman of the Town Husbands, Robin Hancox.

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