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Queen's 90th birthday marked in Henley

Stratford Editorial 21st Apr, 2016 Updated: 28th Oct, 2016

THE QUEEN’S loyal subjects have been gathering across the country to mark her 90th birthday.

And Henley was no exception to this with residents gathering for a special ceremony led by The High Bailiff, Norman Kench Esq, and Officers of the Court Leet at the Market Cross.

The Town Crier read a proclamation and a loyal address was read by the High Bailiff followed by Deputy Lieutenant of Warwickshire, David Lodder Esq hoisting the union flag.

Songs were sung by youngsters from Henley Primary School and St Mary’s Catholic Primary school and Rev John Ganjavi, offered special prayers for the day.

The National Anthem was sung by and three cheers was given for Her Majesty.

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