Picnic is set to be a right royal success

Boston Standard's Jubilee, Queen Zonnita Haw and Princess, Eve Tointon.
Boston Standard's Jubilee, Queen Zonnita Haw and Princess, Eve Tointon.

BOSTON Borough Council is hoping for sunshine tomorrow, so as many people as possible will turn out to the big Jubilee Picnic in the Park.

People from all around the town centre area are expected to head down to Central Park to take part in the day, which has been organised to mark this once-in-a-lifetime royal event.

From local bands to karaoke and games to a world record attempt, there is set to be something for everyone at the free event, which has been organised and funded by the Boston Town Area Committee on Boston Borough Council (BTAC).

The gates of Central Park will be flung open to the waiting public at 10.30am, before the Picnic is officially opened at 11am.

Boston Standard’s Jubilee Queen and Princess, pictured right, will have the honour of opening the event.

Visitors can then enjoy performances from local artists, including the Boston Grammar School Schuhplattlergruppe and Blue in Green, as well as special games where the winner can walk away with a specially-minted medal.

Diamond karaoke will be on throughout, where brave singers can tackle songs from each decade of the Queen’s reign.

And if that is not enough, visitors will also have the chance to take part in the world’s first Bowling Green’s championship, and even become a new world record holder – by stacking the most coins in a minute or balancing the most coins on your face in a minute.

The day finishes at about 4.30pm with the singing of the national anthem.

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