Event    From 1977  To 1977

Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II

Categories: Royalty

The twenty-fifth anniversary of the accession of Queen Elizabeth II. This was celebrated all year but particularly on the weekend of 4 and 5 June 1977, the following week and the weekend of the Queen's Official Birthday that year 11 and 12 June.

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Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II

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Anglo-Swiss friendship

{On the large plaque:} On 15 April 1991, on the occasion of the 700th annive...

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Coronarium

This inscription is on a large slate stone positioned in the ground at the en...

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Crystal Crown

The information states that the sculpting was done "on this site", but the Co...

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Dovehouse Green - blue plaques

{Top plaque:} To celebrate the silver jubilee of Elizabeth II 1952-1977 and ...

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Flagpole

This flagpole, provided by the forest industry of British Columbia for the 19...

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King Henry VIII

King Henry VIII

Son of Henry VII. Born Born Greenwich Palace, as the spare, not the heir but his brother Arthur predeceased him and their father, aged 15, but not before marrying Catherine of Aragon, who later in ...

Person, Royalty, Seriously Famous

22 memorials
King Edward VII

King Edward VII

Reigned: 1901 - 1910. Born and died at Buckingham Palace. Victoria's eldest son, born as Prince Albert and known as Bertie in the family, he took the name Edward when he became king, aged almost 60...

Person, Royalty, Seriously Famous

43 memorials
Queen Eleanor of Provence

Queen Eleanor of Provence

French noblewoman who married King Henry III and became consort queen, 1236 until his death in 1272.  Eleanor was the "my fair lady" in "London Bridge is falling down", since she was apparently re...

Person, Royalty, France

1 memorial
King Leopold I of the Belgians

King Leopold I of the Belgians

Born in Coburg into the family ruling the German duchy of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld (now in Bavaria). Joined the Imperial Russian Army and fought Napoleon. On his defeat Leopold moved to London and marr...

Person, Royalty, Belgium, Germany

1 memorial
The King's Road

The King's Road

It derives its name from the fact that It was King Charles II’s private road to Kew and wasn’t opened to the general public until 1830. Mary Quant opened her shop ‘Bazaar’ here in 1955. Along with ...

Place, Commerce, Craft / Design, Royalty, Transport

1 memorial