A programme of events to help islanders celebrate the coronation of King Charles III will run over the course of this weekend...
Here's what's on the agenda:
Coronation Celebrations in Coronation Park (Millbrook Park) - 10:00-18:00: A public event will be staged at Coronation Park, where a large screen will broadcast the coronation ceremony in real time. The family-focused event will include a programme of musical entertainment and activities.
21 Gun Salute - 12:30: A special 21 Gun Salute will take place along with the other Crown Dependencies to mark the King's Coronation. It will be conducted by the 1781 Jersey Militia.
Coronation celebration: Joyful music at St. Matthew's Church - 20:00-22:00: A concert of uplifting and joyful music associated with royal celebrations at the stunning setting of the Glass Church. Find out more here.
Coronation church service at the Town Church - 10:30: Everyone is welcome to attend the special service.
The Big Lunch - 12:00-15:00: As part of the co-ordinated national programme to encourage street parties and community gatherings, Jersey will host a lunch event in Liberation Square.
The Coronation Concert at Windsor Castle broadcast live to Liberation Square - 19:00: A public screening of the concert will be staged in Liberation Square.
Plant Coronation-themed flowers at the Fort - 14:00: Islanders are being invited to plant red, white and blue flowers in the rose bed areas of Fort Regent. Anyone wishing to help with the flower planting should report to Fort Regent’s main reception desk.
The Big Help Out: Local charities will encourage people to volunteer their time throughout the bank holiday. Charities can register their activities or events here.
Pictured: The Bailiff, Sir Timothy Le Cocq.
The Bailiff, Sir Timothy Le Cocq, said it was a "fitting tribute" that islanders would be able to come together in Coronation Park to watch live coverage of the Coronation.
"Coronation Park is particularly appropriate given that it was opened in 1937 by Florence Lady Trent, to celebrate the coronation of King George VI.
"We hope this community occasion, along with the other events planned to complement the Royal Household’s planned activities, will allow islanders to come together during what should be a memorable and joyful weekend for all who choose to take part," he added.
Pictured top - left: The Viscount, Bailiff and various officials in the Royal Square during the Proclamation of King Charles III.
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