Queen in Waltham Forest and Harrow for Diamond Jubilee tour

13:54 29 March 2012

Queen Elizabeth II visits Valentines Park and Mansion, Redbridge, for the London Pride Art and Design exhibition as part of the Diamond Jubilee regional tour

Queen Elizabeth II visits Valentines Park and Mansion, Redbridge, for the London Pride Art and Design exhibition as part of the Diamond Jubilee regional tour

After being cheered by thousands of people in Redbridge this morning, the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee tour of London

The Queen and Duke will travel to Walthamstow Assembly Hall for a silver service lunch prepared by Indian celebrity chef Cyrus Todiwala assisted by cooks from top London hotels and served by students from catering courses from across the capital.

High achievers from north London have been invited to the reception including business champions, community workers and religious leaders who will be joined by mayors from the 33 London boroughs.

In Harrow the royal couple will travel to the Krishna Avanti School where they will view dance and musical performances by school children and local groups.

They will also meet civic and community leaders and view the 60 faces photographic exhibition.

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