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Coronation Weekend 2023

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Ticket sales: 

Tue 2nd May, 87 Richmond Park Road, 5-7pm

Due to high sales and space considerations - please note that all future sales for the Sunday Street party,

attendees will be asked not to bring a table.

These tickets will be standing only.

We still have good availability for the Saturday Disco.


A huge thanks to Kingston Physio Group for sponsoring the wristbands

 Coronation Party 

DJs Gold & Pony celebrate the new King with banging tunes and a BRaG bar till late in the Vicarage gardens.

Saturday, 6th May - 8pm start ’till late
£5 per person

  • You will require a blue wristband for this event and maximum capacity is 250 people.

  • There will be a fully stocked bar with draught beer, wine, prosecco and soft/non-alcoholic drinks.

  • There will be loud music so we ask that you don't bring dogs or other pets.

  • We have a strict over 18's drinking policy and may request IDs at the bar.

  • The event is for over 16's only.

 Coronation Tea Party 

Celebrate the new King with your neighbours

Sunday, 7th May - 1-4pm

£2 per person, Under 5s free

This year we are having a simpler event so a few of things you might like to know:

  • Bring your own table and chairs, but please wait until after 12pm before putting them out.

  • Bar -There will be a fully stocked bar with draught beer, wine, prosecco, Pimm’s and soft/non-alcoholic drinks.

  • Best Dressed Table competition - Be creative, make the street look fantastic and enter our

  • Best Cake Competition - Get baking and bring along your most delicious creation to enter.
    Prizes will be given for: 
    a) best decorated cake (adult) 
    b) best decorated cake (under 16s)

    ies can be cakes of any size or cupcakes but must be decorated in a Coronation theme. 
    Please bring your entries to the Vicarage Garden to the BRAG bar on the 7th May between 12pm and 1pm. We would really appreciate it if you could provide us with a short description of the cake, the decorator and the inspiration behind it as we may publish these alongside some photographs in the BRAG newsletter / on the website. 
    Judging will take place at 3:30pm (after the tug-of-war).
    Please do let us know whether you would like the cake back or whether you would be happy for it to be donated to the Big Help Out event at Dowler Court on Monday the 8th May (in which case please provide a detailed list of ingredients).

  • Children's Coronation Parade 
    Children are invited to celebrate the Coronation by dressing up / painting their faces etc in a Coronation theme and joining a parade. We will meet participating children at the Vicarage Garden at 1:30pm on the 7th May and then walk them around the tables. We may ask the parents' permission to take photographs for our BRAG newsletter / the website. 

  • Tug of War is back, so get training and bring some appropriate footwear.

  • Unsupervised childrens play on the streets 9am - 12pm.
    urton Road will be closed between Richmond Park Road and Gibbon Road between 9am and 9pm.

  • You will require a red wristband for this event which will enable you to place your table and seats in the closed road and also provides access the Vicarage Garden and Bar area.

  • We have a maximum capacity of 350 people on the closed stretch of road.

  • We have a strict over 18's drinking policy and may request IDs at the bar.

Important: Please bring a bin bag and take your litter home with you.
There was a lot of clear up last year (left for other residents to do) and also foxes got at the refuse - so please clear up and take home with you!


Finally: If you have some old BRaG Boozers taking up cupboard space at home and which you no longer want, please bring them along to either one of the ticket sales events or the Vicarage Garden on Sunday 30th April (10:30am - 1:00pm), and we will re-use them at the bar.  We will also accept non-BRaG glasses provided they are plastic and either pint or half pint sized.

 Voluteer for the BRaG Big Help Out 

Monday, 8th May - Dowler Court


Be part of something benefiting our local community!

As part of the National Day of Community Volunteering on bank holiday Monday 8th May, BRaG have been in contact with our local councillors who are currently planning to renovate the large back garden at Dowler Court in Burton Rd, a sheltered housing development run by the council.


The garden has been sadly neglected over the lockdown and the residents are currently unable to use it.


Phase one is to clear the area.  Then a consultation will be held with residents to establish how they would like to use it.  Early ideas include a possible wildlife garden, including a pond, woodpiles, composting area, seating, a weather station and wildlife habitat/housing and even possibly webcams.


We are looking for volunteers on Monday 8th May to:
1. Help clear the garden and repurpose the pallets, pots etc. that are already there . No experience necessary!
2. Serve refreshments to the volunteers from an outside gazebo area


Children are welcome to attend provided they are supervised by accompanying adults at all times.


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