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Join in and share #Bloxwich Platinum Jubilee Celebration - Come and celebrate with us at St Thomas Church, Bloxwich - on 27th August 2022 We’ll have a Bouncy Castle, Arts and Crafts, inflatable screen projector, karaoke music, contests, free food and refreshments, family welfare and support including energy advice and the opportunity for those attending to plant a commemorative tree and join us for a trip to Walsall Leather Museum, later in the year. Romanian+ Community Centre are sharing a page of history with you…on an inflatable screen projector-we will all celebrate the Queen and will find interesting information about Royal families, about the friendship relations between UK and Romania. Come and join the Bloxwich Platinum Jubilee Celebration and have a great family fun day with us. Places will be on a first come, first served basis with the first 50 receiving a picture of them celebrating our Queen!
What we'll deliver:
Why it's a great idea:
Our aim is to organise an event that will allow all in our community to come together and as a result to strengthen and improve the social, emotional, physical, and mental wellbeing of those taking part. Romanian+ community Centre (West Midlands) CIC and communities throughout Walsall are given the chance to experience the best of the country’s culture while celebrating a monumental milestone in history. This project will bring people in a real community, will be an opportunity for people to get to know each other better, to become friends, to do activities together and to help each other when somebody needs help. They will find out valuable information about how to protect themselves better, how to save energy, how to budget and they will learn about the importance of our environment by planting a tree.
Steps to get it done:
On 27th July 1977, the Queen visited Pleck in Walsall during her Silver Jubilee tour. Walsall is famous for manufacturing the Queen’s handbags, saddles for the Royal family and leather goods for the HRH the Prince of Wales. What makes Romania's cultural heritage special? Medieval towns, fortified churches, painted monasteries, wooden masterpieces and ancient Dacian ruins are just some of the attractions that make up Romania's exceptional cultural heritage. Viscri is the most popular village in Transylvania. Not only is it a Unesco World Heritage site but the HRH Prince of Wales has owned a traditional farmhouse here since 2006. The prince fell for the area's historic beauty more than two decades ago. For years he has helped develop schemes to preserve heritage architecture and what his local foundation describes as a "way of life unchanged for hundreds of years".
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