People waved their Union Jack flags as they celebrated the Queen’s 90th birthday at a concert.
Amersham Town Council organised the Queen’s 90th Birthday Concert, which took place in the Memorial Gardens in Old Amersham yesterday (June 12) afternoon.
The Amersham Music Centre opened proceedings before vocalist Vanessa Bowers and pianist Shelia Cornall documented the Queen’s life through song.
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This was followed by a Royal British Legion service and the Aylesbury Concert Band then played the final set, which culminated in a ‘last night at the Proms’ finale with lots of flag waving and singing.
The concert, was in aid Dementia UK, and closed with a dove release.
Cream teas were available throughout the afternoon and members of the Amersham Society served cakes from the past nine decades.
Amersham Town Council also officially opened the 2016 Memorial Gardens display at the event, which includes a three meter high crown and a floral stamp.