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127 Responses to “Competition – win Fiorelli bow earrings”

  1. iain maciver says:

    spending time with the family

  2. hassni says:

    Going hiking with friends. Nice weather for it!

  3. Joan says:

    Having visitors over and depends on the weather what we will do.

  4. Chris Andrews says:

    What will l be doing?……..Working!

  5. Geraint Bayliss says:

    Off to our local church for a BBQ and lighting of a beacon

  6. Clare Macdonald says:

    Hide and Seek with my nephew..

  7. Gemma Turner says:

    It will be weather dependant but we are planning on a lovely Best of British BBQ- with all foods and drink sourced from the UK, so if it’s sunny we’ll be having some gorgeous BBQ food!

  8. leeanne dakin says:

    having a party for my daughters 18th her birthday is on the same day so doing a jubilee theme

  9. Karen Kerner says:

    Hiding in our house!

  10. SARAH ARNETT says:

    Going to the park where they are having loads of festival fun goings on!

  11. nicola reid says:

    well we will be going to a folk festival on sat, a christening on the sunday(hope its stays dry) then a jubilee party in the park on tues, fun packed weekend for me and my children.hope everyone has a lovely weekend.

  12. shirley harpley says:

    A lovely family bbq with union jack bunting around the garden!

  13. Fiona says:

    going to a Jubilee buffet with friends, and watching all the events on tv!

  14. Cherryl Thomas says:

    Well, both my husband and daughter are working but I have a very, very big birthday on Wednesday so I will be making preparations for that – can’t wait!

  15. Scarlett Stratford-Wright says:

    I will chilling in London town with my Mum and little bro, wearning as much red, white and blue as I can and enjoy all the Jubilee festivities! With a Pimms of course! True British style x

  16. Gabrielle Svensson says:

    Joining the local area celebrations in the village, as long as the weather holds out!

  17. Harriet says:

    A trip to visit family in France!

  18. Nancy Townsend says:

    Visiting family

  19. laura stewart says:

    we are having a two day party

  20. Trudie Lavender says:

    A Falconry Experience on Saturday, lunch at my Sister’s on Sunday and taking a friend out for her birthday on Monday!!

  21. Isabel O'Brien says:

    I probably wont be doing anything exciting, except maybe watching the celebrations on the news if I get bored and seeing my family.

  22. james wood says:

    beer tent

  23. Stephanie Gittoes-Bree says:

    Working to a tight deadline then on the sofa with a bottle of bubbly and 2 English Springer Spaniels and the best of Jubilee TV

  24. tina edwards says:

    i will be spending time with my family and weather permitting having a bbq on tuesday

  25. Arabella Bazley says:

    Some local children are part of a marching band that goes to all the events helping raise money for charity so we are going to follow them to a few places and show our support. Hopefully we will get lots of bunting and food in the process!

  26. Sarah Cooper says:

    Spending quality time with the family.

  27. Sarah says:

    I will be driving to Brighton with a friend, to surprise my grandmother. I’ve been working abroad for 6 months so I haven’t seen her in a while!

  28. stephen wroot says:

    probably loads of DIY

  29. Sarah Evans says:

    Having a giant family tea party!

  30. Jen Cartwright says:

    Me and my housemates have organised a charity bake-athon today with friends and family. We’re having a (probably rainy!?!) picnic tomorrow where we will sell our goodies with prizes for the tastiest treats and all proceeds going to charity! Happy Jubilee everybody!!!!!! (from a flour covered Jen!)

  31. claire cooper says:

    Spending time with my son before he goes in for his operation on the queens jubilee day

  32. Bev says:

    BBQ, wine, relaxing. Might nip to the council-run event on Tuesday to show a bit of community spirit and see if I can help spread bread or something for the over 60′s Jubilee tea party.

  33. helenb says:

    staying in with the family and watching the celebrations on the tv

  34. Elizabeth Williams says:

    spending time with the family

  35. justine Powell says:

    A big diamonds and crowns themed party!

  36. jo williams says:

    Going down to our community garden for a Jubilee party! (hopefully lots of tea and cake!)

  37. alison leah says:

    Trying to win these earrings!!

  38. Natalie says:

    Heading to London with my boyfriend for Saturday and Sunday to see the queen, then spending the bank holiday with the family, hopefully with good weather and a BBQ!

  39. Sharon Moore says:

    Having family barbecue and party

  40. Claire farrell says:

    Spending this extra time with family and friends with lots ov love and grub :o) an a toast to the queen cheers for the extra day :o) x

  41. Hazel Hulson says:

    Love these as so pretty great prize!

  42. Marcella says:

    I am atending an organised Jubilee event in my area.

  43. Sue Rowley says:

    l have just moved house and the garden has…lets just say been neglected, so thats my jubilee sorted.

  44. Stuart says:

    Buying my final bits before my wedding in 2 weeks :)

  45. Joanne Parry says:

    Packing as we are moving home, but i may have a few sneaky glasses of Pimms to make it more exciting!

  46. Marie says:

    I will be having a large family party in memory of my late grandad and also on the tuesday a party in the street to get everyone together with community spirit :)

  47. Christina says:

    Lots of organised local events and Hyde Park on Sunday

  48. Marianne Smith says:

    We’re going to a Community Jubilee Beacon Event.

  49. Eleanor powell says:

    going away with my husband for a bit of r and r!

  50. Melanie W says:

    I wish, oh how I wish I was doing all the lovely things listed above. But I won’t I’ll be working!! But I may find time for a few glasses of wine to celebrate.

  51. Sarah says:

    My family are coming to visit so we will be spending time with them!

  52. Samantha Ripley says:

    visiting the family over the weekend and will be having a tea party with my daughters on Tuesday

  53. Jackie Foster says:

    Visiting family and enjoying the festivities at home .

  54. Dannielle Jadowski says:

    This weekend I will be attending a Jubilee street party in the city centre and going to a bbq on with Red, White and Blue drinks!

  55. Lizzie says:

    Well, my jubilee weekend will consist of revision for my university exams! BUT perhaps I’ll write all my notes in red and blue to keep in the spirit of things!

  56. Jaspreet says:

    Planning to sit down at home with the family, make some delicious food together. Paint union jack nails, wear some red, white and blue and just have lots of fun and party!

  57. Sarah Burke says:

    A fabulous weekend walking with my husband and dog

  58. Claire D says:

    Chilling at the pub

  59. Josie says:

    Big get together with friends and family

  60. Michelle Pemberton says:

    Family time! :0)

  61. mike williams says:

    taking my two girls (4 & 6) plus the wife to London baby, oh yeah!
    First time for the tiddlers.

  62. Catherine Jones says:

    Seeing my family for the first time since Christmas! Seeing my best friends for a night out and going up to the Thames to see the Jubilee boats :-)

  63. Diane Graham says:

    Hopefully, weather permitting, I will be attending a local Jubilee Party and I volunteered to be one of the children’s entertainers

  64. Katie Moseley says:

    Will be spending it with family and celebrating :)

  65. Nikki Bamford says:

    Running a pub , and organising my husband’s 40 th birthday party !!

  66. Clare Doran says:

    Maximising the time off and spending it with my nearest and dearest! The weekend is going to be full of laughs and memory making! Ill be trying to capture the moments on film and would love to be caught grinning from ear to ear because I won a lush prize!

  67. Graham Ross says:

    visiting family,watching jubilee on telly ,having a drink

  68. Frances Hallgate says:

    Spending quality time with my family

  69. Allira says:

    We are hoping the weather gods might shine on us again, as they did last weekend for our BIG weekend. It is jam packed with cricket, a 21st, races, and 2 BBQ’s, followed by recovery on Tuesday, phew…

  70. Wendy Pearson says:

    Shopping online for ‘Steel Orchids’, I seem to drown real orchids, probably with too much affection! So Steel Orchids would see me sitting pretty!

  71. Angela Hunter says:

    hi im planning tospend a lovely weekend with my family..
    spend some quality time and move house..Not to much stree then

  72. karen86 says:

    Putting my feet up after a busy few weeks

  73. Nancy Bradford says:

    Spending some garden time with the family.

  74. Karen R says:

    We haven’t got anything planned. Just a break from work.

  75. Christine Temlett says:

    taking a walk on Plymouth Hoe and spending time with the family.

  76. claire woods says:

    Well Samuel has come home from school feeling poorly today so I don’t know if we’ll be doing much. Looking forward to seeing Robbie Williams at the Jubilee concert as we are both big Take That fans.

  77. Sasha Fraser says:

    We will be off to see the Jubilee celebrations and I will be doing some serious partying! These earrings would be perfect for the busy weekend!

  78. Carol P says:

    Bit of gardening and some relaxing

  79. jo Welsh says:

    Having a party on the green
    No-one will be mean
    eggy sandwiches for all
    we will have a balll
    and at the end we will rest
    knowing our party was the best!!

  80. sarah davison says:

    Unfortunately nothing special. Hubby is at work over the weekend and bank holiday so me and the kiddies will have to amuse ourselves

  81. Hannah says:

    Street party BBQ and really looking forward to it!

  82. hayley pemberton says:

    just relaxing, watching rubbish telly and chasing the kids around

  83. Geoffrey Smith says:

    Having a BBQ with my fiancee and her family whatever the weather.

  84. Hannah Summers says:

    Driving round the South West like a crazy person to see lots of my family, but it will be worth it!

  85. Toni Statham says:

    We’ll be out with family


    walking in the peak district – hope it stays dry !

  87. jacki constantine says:

    I will be working in a busy A&E department all bank holiday!

  88. caroline says:

    gonna relax and im going fishing tomorow may go again next weekend xxx

  89. siobhan marie says:

    i plan to spend the whole weekend catching up with my family, and catching all the highlights of the jubilee on the telly x

  90. Michael Griffin says:

    playing with my grandson

  91. Lisa Barker says:

    A trip to London to visit my best friends and join in with the celebrations – a friend’s BBQ, picnics, street parties and festivals!

  92. Linda Hobbis says:

    We’re planning a BBQ in the garden for friends and family.

  93. Diane D says:

    Going to a local street party – it sounds like a good one.

  94. Mary Baldwin says:

    Street party on Sunday – all the neighbours getting together and having fun. Doesn’t matter what the weather’s like as we have gazebos to shelter under or will run in and out of each other’s houses. Tuesday going to London to see the parade – we have tickets and are so looking forward to it – what a lovely celebration it will be.

  95. Cathrine H says:

    I am going to Skype with my mum, step-dad and little brother who live abroad. They are posted in Germany with the Army and we will enjoy a virtual party. Watching the events on TV whilst talking and having a few drinks! My mum and I are Scottish and my step-dad is English and my little brother was born in Germany. It just shows how united we are! The Jubilee makes me proud to be British! :-)

  96. sarah gray says:

    these are beautiful.

  97. angie pastuszka says:

    working most of it unfortunatly

  98. Louisa says:

    We are visiting family and having our own Jubilee garden party. Rain or shine apparently! x

  99. Eirwen says:

    Supper party at our village hall and lighting a beacon on the common after dark.

  100. Champaklal Lad says:

    What Jubilee weekend ? I plan to eat home made Tandoori Chicken as usual.

  101. Chris Dinham says:

    I am having lunch round a friends’ tomorrow with my fiancée and handing out our wedding invitations. I am then visiting page park in Bristol where they are celebrating the queen’s jubilee! Sunday morning I’ll go to church with my fiancée and play football with friends in the afternoon, have a great weekend everyone!

  102. Nathalie Taylor says:

    Plan on having a big family BBQ – if the weather stays nice (Fingers crossed)

  103. Minnie Whittaker says:

    These are so pretty. We are having the whole family coming to my mums. There will be 4 generations of us on Monday. We hardly ever get together like this .

  104. sarah clegg says:

    myself and my 5 kids will be attending our villages street party :)

  105. Adrian Clarke says:

    Getting rained on at a picnic with the kids!

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  107. Denise Hibbert says:

    Plain and simply, relaxing with family at home – good company makes it a good weekend

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  111. Margaret Farmer says:

    A busy weekend for me, on Sunday we are going to an event at Bolesworth Castle to celebrate the Jubilee, Monday evening to Speke Hall for Last Night of The Proms with Russell Watson and on Tuesday we are celebrating the Jubilee and my neices 11th Birthday with a family garden party.

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