Enjoy a cuppa in her majesty’s honour

English tea at Langley Centennial Museum celebrates Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee

Fancy a spot of tea?

Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee is being celebrated by the Langley Centennial Museum, and the public is invited to enjoy a social afternoon in true British style.

Crown, Crumpets, Tea & Trumpets will be held at the museum, 9135 King St., in Fort Langley, on Saturday, June 2, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

The event is for those aged 16 and up.

“We hope the public will come out and help us celebrate the Queen’s very special anniversary with tea and scones — and wear their fanciest hats for a chance to win a prize,” said Langley Township arts and culture programmer Liette Forestell.

“Local merchants including the Infusion BouTEAque, Everybody Loves Candy Shoppe, and Tracycakes Bakery Café have generously contributed to make this event a lot of fun — and delicious.”

The cost for Crown, Crumpets, Tea & Trumpets is $10 and pre-registration is required. To register, call 604-532-3526.

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