Jubilee Stones winners!

We are delighted to announce the winners of our Jubilee Stones competition!

Thank you to all of the children who entered the competition to paint a Jubilee themed stone for our Platinum Jubilee commemorative memorial.

Woodley Town Mayor, Cllr Janet Sartorel, had the very difficult task of choosing three winners from over 1000 stones.

“Congratulations to all of the children who entered the competition and worked so hard on their designs. There were so many amazing stones to choose from and it was very hard to choose just three winners,” said Janet.


Under 5 years old

The winner of the Under 5s category is four year old Edward Von Der Recke.

6 – 8 years old

The winner of the 6-8 Years category is eight year old Abhyuday Varma.

9 – 12 years old

The winner of the 9-12 Years category is 12 year old Abbey Jenkins.

Big Jubilee Lunch

The three winners and their families will join Woodley Town Mayor, Cllr Janet Sartorel, and Woodley Town Deputy Mayor, Cllr Kay Gilder, at the Top Table on Sunday 5th June in Woodley Town Centre for our Big Jubilee Lunch, in association with the Woodley Town Centre Partnership.

The FREE event will include: 

🇬🇧 FREE entertainment: Professor Crump! 

🇬🇧 FREE live music: bands singing songs from the 1940s to the present day! 

🇬🇧 FREE Pets Corner: chicks, ducklings, lambs, goats, rabbits, tortoise, sheep, ponies!

🇬🇧 FREE craft activities: make/decorate your own Crown!

🇬🇧 FREE chalk pavement drawing activity! 

🇬🇧 FREE ice cream for children from Maya’s Treats!

Join us!

Please join the FREE event – bring your family, friends, chairs, table and a picnic to Woodley Town Centre, near Centre Stage on Sunday 5th June 2022, 12.00 – 16.00!

“I am honoured to be joined at the Top Table by the winners and their families. Please join us on Sunday for a joyous and fun day of celebration,” said Janet.

Commemorative display

All of the stones from the competition will surround our Queen’s Green Canopy Jubilee Tree in Woodford Park as a permanent commemorative display to mark and celebrate The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

“I am looking forward to seeing all of the stones set in place, creating an outstanding commemorative display for The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. Thank you to all of the Council staff who have worked so hard to create this,” said Janet.

We are currently busy getting the display ready and will announce soon when we will be unveiling it.

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