School party for Queen’s longest reign

The Lord Lieutenant of East Sussex Peter Field was special guest at Blacklands Primary School at a 'street party' to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II becoming Britains longest serving monarch
The Lord Lieutenant of East Sussex Peter Field was special guest at Blacklands Primary School at a 'street party' to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II becoming Britains longest serving monarch

Schoolchildren celebrated Queen Elizabeth II’s milestone as the longest reigning monarch with a street party on Wednesday (September 9).

Pupils of Blacklands Primary School had a very British party to commemorate Her Majesty who surpassed her great-great-grandmother Queen Victoria.

The Lord Lieutenant chats with some of the pupils

The Lord Lieutenant chats with some of the pupils

The Lord Lieutenant of East Sussex Peter Field paid a special visit to the children as they learned more about the monarchy.

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