Chatteris lights beacon in honour of the queen’s 90th

PUBLISHED: 10:12 22 April 2016 | UPDATED: 10:12 22 April 2016

Chatteris Beacon

Chatteris Beacon

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Crowds of people turned out to watch a beacon being lit in honour of the queen’s birthday yesterday (Thursday) evening at Chatteris.

Residents were treated to patriotic tunes played by the Salvation Army band and also heard the town crier read a message from Clarence House, written by Prince Charles.

Mayor James Carney then let the beacon outside the church.


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