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Gravesend Borough Market to screen Royal Wedding

PUBLISHED: 09:06 16 May 2018

Market staff and traders: Paul Jack, Abby Worthy, Graham Broadbent and Sarah Cheshire. Picture: Gravesham Council

Market staff and traders: Paul Jack, Abby Worthy, Graham Broadbent and Sarah Cheshire. Picture: Gravesham Council

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Gravesend Borough Market is hosting a Royal extravaganza on Saturday May 19, to celebrate the marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

Join in at the market to watch the Royal Wedding on a big screen and take part in fun activities, including:

·Make your own crown – a craft workshop so you too can be a crown prince or princess for the day

·Cream teas to celebrate in true British style

·Cupcake decorating classes

·Prosecco truck for a glass of fizz to toast the happy couple

·Face painting – why not get a British flag painted on your face?

Activities will start from 10am with the screening at noon.

You can come dressed as a prince or princess and be in with the chance to win a prize.

Judging will take place at 2pm by the Mayor of Gravesham, cllr David Hurley.

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