Raising a cup to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday

PUBLISHED: 20:28 25 April 2016

Celebrating HM The Queen's 90th Birthday with tea and cakes at St Peter's Church March.  Left: Janet Webb, Shirley Moores, Doreen Scarff and Ida Cornwell, Picture: Steve Williams.

Celebrating HM The Queen's 90th Birthday with tea and cakes at St Peter's Church March. Left: Janet Webb, Shirley Moores, Doreen Scarff and Ida Cornwell, Picture: Steve Williams.

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A cuppa and a slice of cake were on the menu for visitors to St Peter’s Church in March when they celebrated the Queen’s 90th Birthday.

Celebrating HM The Queen's 90th Birthday with tea and cakes at St Peter's Church March. Left: Mary Crabtree, Doris Checkley and Maureen Wright,  Picture: Steve Williams.Celebrating HM The Queen's 90th Birthday with tea and cakes at St Peter's Church March. Left: Mary Crabtree, Doris Checkley and Maureen Wright, Picture: Steve Williams.

The vintage tea and cakes afternoon was held at the High Street church as one of thousands of events across the world to commemorate the milestone birthday.

Her Majesty The Queen has been a constant for the nation through decades of social change.

Now, as she turns 90 she is the first British monarch to celebrate such a landmark making it a memorable moment in history.


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