Events mark HRH The Queen’s 90th
On a warm blustery Sunday evening the festivities began at Mawgan with a ‘bring and share’ tea party in the Recreation Hall to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday.
After a delicious tea, a huge cake, featuring a portrait of the Queen, baked by six ladies from the village and decorated by Ali Rand, was cut by Lady Vyvyan. Then glasses of bubbly were raised for a toast to Her Majesty proposed by Parish Council Chairman, Kevin Roberts.
Mawgan Feast Week officially started with over 50 people gathered for a Thanksgiving service at the War Memorial led by the Revd Steve Swann and accompanied by the Gweek Silver Band.
Posies were laid on the memorial by representatives of the school, church and village organisations and Lt Cdr Paul Morris laid a posy on behalf of RNAS Culdrose.
The hymns were accompanied by the Gweek Silver Band and after the service everyone returned to the the Recreation Hall where the Band entertained, with a variety of music concluding, inevitably, with Happy Birthday.
Sadly it was too windy for the band to play outside so some of the louder numbers raised the rafters. A rousing start to an exciting week and so fortuitous that HM chose the start of Mawgan Feast Week to celebrate her Birthday.