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Queen's Platinum Jubilee: There are a number of events planned in Doynton for the Jubilee starting on Thursday 2nd June. We hope everybody will be able to participate in at least some of the events, everybody is welcome.  Please click here for details and here for the Scarecrow Trail entry form -  please note entries are welcome until May 26th. Create that famous pop star, sports person, author, politician etc. Glamping details can be seen here and photographic exhibition details here.

Friends of Summersfield have planted a White Cherry tree in Summersfield to commemorate the Platinum Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. It is marked with a small plaque. It joins the Broad Leaved Lime planted in 1897 to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria and the Red Oak planted in 2012 to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II.

Doynton Market: The Market on Easter Saturday could have been very quiet or very busy.....Luckily it was very busy, so a big thank-you to all who attended. At one point a fellow producer said 'Listen', I did and there was a lovely hum of customers. As the sun was out, we could open the doors and let some have their Teas outside. We would also like to let you all know that on the Saturday of the Jubilee weekend we will be serving cream teas, so do come along and join our own celebrations.

Useful Links:
Overview of COVID-19 – All the latest government advice including how to book a vaccination if you have been invited.
How to get medical help - click NHS 111
South Gloucestershire Council’s COVID-19 information page.
Disruption to South Glos Services: Please click here for the latest information.

The Doynton Mutual Aid Group is a Whatsapp group of local people which swaps useful information and advice about local issues and services.  Email to join the group to keep informed and to get access to help within the village.

Doynton Map: below is an embedded link to google maps. If you want to see a street view of the village then click on 'View Larger Map' and then drag the little yellow pegman onto the place you want to see.  You can drag the image around and see a 360 degree view of anywhere in the village.

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