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Another great day of celebrations!

Hungerford celebrated the Silver Jubilee of King George V on 6 May 1935 with suitable festivities, including:

- Peal of Bells; parade to a Service in St Lawrence Church, Football matches, Children's Teas, Torchlight procession, bonfire and fireworks, finishing with a Social and Dance in the Corn Exchange "for all the Lads and Lassies"!

Follow this for the full programme of events.

What a day!

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- Souvenir Programme

- The vicar (Rev Harold Wardley King) and bellringers outside St Lawrence's Church, George V's Silver Jubilee, 6 May 1935.

- "Children at Tea" in the Corn Exchange.

- "Constable (Dr T G Starkey-Smith) presents Medals".

- "Bonfire at night", on the Common.

- The telegram from Buckingham Palace to Dr Starkey-Smith, Constable, 7 May 1935.

See also:

- Souvenir Programme of Events for King George V's Jubilee

- George III's Golden Jubilee, 1809

- Queen Victoria's Jubilee, 1887

- Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, 1897

- King George V's visit, 1912

- Coronation of George VI, 1937

- Queen Elizabeth II's Coronation, 1953