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Bank holiday jubilation
30 May 30 , 2022 Monday

Bank holiday jubilation

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There’s loads to do over the Platinum jubilee weekend. As well as the town’s traditional Richmond Meet activities, there’s also specific jubilee events arranged by the Town Council, plus Murphy's Fair in the market place (all week) and the welcome return of ALL OUT, with free live music and entertainment at the cricket club.

Down at The Station, there are jubilee events going on every day between Saturday 28 May and Sunday 5 June. Each day between 10am and 4pm you can help find the missing corgis and be in with the chance of winning a prize, there's children's crown making and crafts, plus a community bunting challenge. From Thursday to Sunday there's also traditional fairground rides and games. Find out more about all of the jubilee events happening at The Station.

THURSDAY 2ND JUNE

Watch the Trooping of the Colour at The Station Cinema 10am to 12noon.

Outdoor cinema. Richmond Cricket Club. Bring a deckchair and picnic. Refreshments available. 

Children’s film screening of Sing2: 3pm
Family film screening of No Time to Die: 6.30pm

Lighting the Beacon. Viewing from the racecourse. Lighting at 9.45pm

FRIDAY 3RD JUNE

Jubilee Walk. Starting from Nuns Close car park at 10.30am, the walk is about 4 miles long, so wear suitable footwear and clothing. Dogs allowed on leads. Please let the town hall know if you are planning on walking on There are refreshments available at the Town Hall afterwards.

Conquest Living History. Norman re-enactors at the castle 10am to 4.30pm. Find out more.

Little Bird Made market in the Market Place 10am to 3pm. For a chance to win a special Jubilee Raffle prize, with an amazing selection of prizes donated by Little Bird Made market traders and supporters, visit their website.

ALL OUT. From 7pm. Live music, drinks and street food in and around the tipi at the cricket club.

SATURDAY 4TH JUNE

Conquest Living History. Norman re-enactors at the castle 10am to 4.30pm. Find out more.

Children’s Sports, Crafts and Entertainment. Friary Gardens 1pm to 3pm.

ALL OUT. From 7pm. Live music, drinks and street food in and around the tipi at the cricket club.

SUNDAY 5TH JUNE

Richmond Meet Procession. Starts from Nuns Close car park at 10am.

ALL OUT Family Festival. 12pm to 6pm live music, face painting, arts and crafts and a jubilee fancy dress competition for all ages at the cricket Club.

You can find individual listings for all of these events, with booking details, where applicable, in our what’s on listings.

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