GALLERY: Crow country toasts the Queen

15:04 05 June 2012

A well-wisher in Meldreth braving the elements. Photo by Clive Porter

A well-wisher in Meldreth braving the elements. Photo by Clive Porter


CROW country came together over the bank holiday to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.

Her proud subjects decked out villages and towns with streams of bunting and scores of Union Flags in her honour for a variety of events across the weekend.

Street parties, fetes, fun days and even a barn dance toasted Her Majesty’s reign with the Crow collecting a selection of the best pictures from the festivities.

To look at how the region partied click the link to the top right of this page.


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