Remembering our late Queen - Fawley Memorial Tea Party with a jam sandwich

Residents across Fawley Parish and beyond were invited to a special tea party to remember the late Queen Elizabeth II.

The special tea of the queen’s favourite, a jam sandwich, took place in the Jubilee Hall on Friday 16th September, 2022

The event was attended by the Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Hampshire, Lena Samuels who signed the Book of Condolence

Councillor Alan Alvey, Chairman of the Council, said: “It has been wonderful to be part of this event, enabling people to come together to remember our amazing Queen of 70 years

Cllr Alvey also thanked The Falcon Inn of Fawley who provided the sandwiches and cake, the ladies of the Good Shepherd Church, Holbury who assisted staff with making sure everyone had a cuppa and a bite to eat.  The table decorations were provided by 1st Fawley Rainbows who made the Queens heads and 1st Fawley Brownies who put together the flower arrangements.

Cllr Alvey also asked everyone who attended to pop their thinking caps on and let him know of their thoughts on what a Fawley memorial to our late queen should be.

Memorial Tea Party photos

Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Hampshire, Lena Samuels signed Book of Condolence

The Falcon Inn donated the sandwiches and cake

Photo with Jade of the Falcon Inn, the Chairman of Council and Amy Andrews

Memorial flowers laid by the community