The Buntings were out at the Slough Masonic Centre on Sunday 23rd April to celebrate St Georges Day.
It was a great afternoon celebrating the many traditions associated with England’s Patron Saint. Red and white bunting, flags, serviettes and a traditional English roast Sirloin of Beef which received its own salutation regarding the legend behind how a certain loin of beef was ‘Knighted’ in 1617 by King James 1st.
Guests enjoyed a feast fit for a King after which a short tribute to St George led into the highpoint of the event – a medley of patriotic songs ranging from ‘There’ll always be an England’ to the football favourite ‘Three Lions on a Shirt.’
The afternoon was brilliant and the atmosphere buzzed with pride, fun and lots of happy faces.