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The Platinum Jubilee Day

Photo of Queen strollersSaturday 4 June

11am to 8pm

Barking Abbey Green and Abbey Ruins

Free event - no tickets required. 

Part of The Jubilee Weekender 

Abbey Green and Abbey Ruins

Part of our Platinum Jubilee Weekender, we continue the celebrations with a free family event enjoying some family-fun entertainment, exciting performances and crafts and stalls. 

The event concludes in the Abbey Ruins with a programme celebrating 70 years Great British Jazz in partnership with London East Jazz Network.

Activities include:

  • live music, crafts and creative workshops
  • crafts and stalls
  • street theatre and family shows
  • delicious street food

Festival locations include:

  • Jubilee Day - 11am to 5pm
  • Jazz East Jubilee - 3pm to 8pm - Gates open at 2.45pm

Platinum Jubilee Day.pdf

Road closures - Please be aware there will be a road closures in place on Broadway from the junction of Broadway/East Street and the junction of Broadway/Bobby Moore Way between 11am - 9pm. Clockhouse Avenue will also be closed. Buses on this route will be diverted between 11am to 11pm. Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.

Partner events in the borough...

A Royal Romp through Time.pdf- Valence House 

An official photographer has been commissioned by the council to take photographs and/or film at The Platinum Jubilee Day. The photographs and films may be published, transmitted or broadcast in LBBD publications and/or publicity materials, and websites, and may be circulated to the press and other broadcast media and internet websites for publication, transmission or broadcast. Should you have any queries, please contact the Events' Team at summeroffestivals@lbbd.gov.uk

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McLaren Construction Group 

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Programme - Jazz East Jubilee Toggle accordion

3pm - Jubilee Jazz Parade with the Brass Bottom Boys

3.15pm - Tomalin, Manington & Giles present The Jazz of Dudley Moore

4pm - Cong-Fusion - Where Jazz Funk meets Fusion

5pm - The Stewart Curtis Quintet - From Ronnie Scott to Right Now

6pm - The Sultan Stevenson Trio - Contemporary Jazz for Tomorrow

7pm - Snowboy & The Latin Section - Global Jazz for a pLATINum Jubilee

Programme - Gathering on the Green Toggle accordion

Stage

11.35am - El Baldiniho

12.10pm - Community Concord

12.25pm - Captain K & the XIth Hour Reapers

12.40pm - Pullums Dance Academy

12.55pm - Julie-May Jackson

1.45pm - The Platinum Jubilee Quiz

2pm - Kaylasings

2.15pm - Vicky Lyons

2.55pm - Jazz Parade

Tipi Workshops

11.30am - Storytelling with Shane the Storyteller

12pm - Yoga session

1pm - Storytelling with Shane the Storyteller

1.45pm - Storytelling with Shane the Storyteller

2.15pm - Yoga

3.30pm - Storytelling with Shane the Storyteller

Hub Workshops - 11am to 4.30pm

Love Letters with Boathouse Creative Studios

The Rig

Colours of Barking - Crafting with Studio 3 Arts

Strollers

Check out our strollers throughout the day:

The Guardsmen - 12.30pm, 2.45pm and 5.30pm

Catch a bubble or two with Bubbleologist at 12pm, 1.30pm and 2.45pm

*Programme subject to change

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Parking

There is no public car parking on site but parking is available at Bobby Moore Way and London Road Multistorey Car Park, only a short walk away from site.

Local parking charges apply (RINGO) for council car parks.

Blue Badge Holders

Blue Badge holders are entitled to 4 hours free parking in designated disabled bays located close to the site.

Public Transport

Barking has great transport connections via Barking station which is only a five minute walk from the venue. The station is serviced by District and Hammersmith & City underground lines, National Rail services via C2C and London Overground Gospel Oak to Barking line.

Accessibility

Abbey Green is a relatively flat site on grass with hard standing paths.

The Abbey Ruins is on two levels, with the main entrance point via the Curfew Tower (off Broadway) which services the majority of facilities including a good viewing area and toilets including one accessible toilet and one adult changing area. Steps lead to the lower level where the caterers and the bar is located.

Facilities

Both sites have toilets, baby change and adult changing areas.

We are working with Mobiloo to provide specialist facility with ramped access, accessible change, toilet and shower and a hoist.

For assistance during the event, please visit the Information Point.

First Aid on site is located near the Information Point.

Families attending are encouraged to visit the Information Point in order to gain a wristband in case children or vulnerable adults become separated from your group.

Local Accommodation

There is no accommodation on site, however, we have a number of local accommodation within walking distance.

Travelodge

Ibis

Ibis Budget

camp sites

Entry conditions Toggle accordion

Searches including bags will be carried out as you enter the venue.

You can bring:

  • food, or this can be purchased
  • sealed soft drinks or water
  • folding chairs or picnic rugs

Please do not bring:

  • alcohol or unsealed soft drinks
  • glass
  • BBQs or gazebos
  • weapons, drugs or legal highs
  • uncontrolled or dangerous dogs (please keep dogs on leads)

Official event photography and filming will take place and will be used for all marketing and communication purposes. Photo consent forms will be completed for close-up shots of children. Please contact the Information Point if you have any concerns.

We look forward to welcoming you to our family friendly festival!

Covid19 Guidance for Visitors Toggle accordion

  • Do not attend if you have any symptoms of Covid19 including a new, continuous cough, high temperature, loss or change of taste/smell.
  • Do not attend if those in your household are displaying symptoms or isolating.
  • We encourage visitors to take a Covid19 test before attending. All personnel working on site have been asked to demonstrate a negative test.
  • Maintain social distancing where possible and respect others space.
  • Face coverings are available at the sanitising stations and Information Point. We strongly advise those with health conditions to wear them.
  • Wash or sanitise your hands regularly, sanitising stations are around the site.
  • Dispose of waste safely, including items such as used disposable face coverings.
  • If you start to feel unwell, please return home or seek medical attention if required.
  • We urge caution for the clinically extremely vulnerable attending the events on public health grounds. Please take extra care with social distancing and good hygiene protocols.
  • Toilets and areas of the event will be regularly cleaned.

Subject to change following government guidelines around Covid19.