WIN 2 tickets for Garter Day, Windsor Castle on Monday 13th June
I have managed to get 2 tickets, to say Thank You from RBWM for our efforts during COVID.
If you are FREE on Monday, have been working for Tesco Dedworth since April 2021 and would like to attend Garter Day, please put your name forward for the draw by 4PM TODAY.
- Tell Tracey you’d like to enter
- Put your name on the list in the office
- Add your name to the thread on Facebook
- Or on Whatsapp simply say #GarterDay
Please let other colleagues know ASAP so they can join in.
ONE colleague will win and can bring a friend / partner
We will draw the winner around 6PM this evening
Tickets will be handed over as soon as they land with me, Jon Davey.
Take some form of ID with you, like a passport. They’ll probably not ask to see it but it’s better safe than sorry!
See info below..
Procession of the Most Noble Order of the Garter – Monday 13 June 2022
The Superintendent of Windsor Castle has very kindly sent the Mayor an allocation of tickets for distribution to Members and officers of the Council to enable them to witness the Procession of the Most Noble Order of the Garter in the grounds of Windsor Castle on the afternoon of Monday 13 June 2022.
The Order of the Garter is the most senior and the oldest British Order of Chivalry and was founded by Edward III in 1348. If there are new Companions of the Order of the Garter, The Queen formally invests them with the insignia in the Throne Room of Windsor Castle on Garter Day. Afterwards The Queen will entertain them at a lunch in the Waterloo Chamber. After lunch they process to a service of thanksgiving at St George’s Chapel, wearing their blue velvet robes and black velvet hats with white plumes.
12 noon Ticket holders admitted to the Castle Precincts
2.00pm No admittance or re-admittance to the Castle
2.10pm Foot Guards Street Liners take up position in Castle Precincts
2.20pm Household Cavalry Street Liners take up position in Middle and Lower Ward
2.40pm The Royal procession begins from the Quadrangle
3.00pm The service commences in St George’s Chapel
3.40pm The service ends and the Royal Party exit the Chapel and depart in horse drawn carriages.
In the interest of safety, all recipients of tickets are requested not to take prams, picnic tables or large picnic hampers into the Castle Precincts. Small folding chairs and light refreshments are allowed. Bottled water, sunscreen and sun hat are also advised. A security search will take place on entry for all visitors.