On the 12th June 2016, the Queen will celebrate her 90th Birthday. Communities up and down the country can be part of this national celebration by organising a neighbourhood street party. You may want to follow the Queen’s example of supporting charities by using your street party to raise money or encourage volunteering for local causes which matter to your community.
Street parties are simple to organise. This guidance sets out what you need to think about, busts the myths about what’s needed, and includes a simple form to let your council know about your plans. “ click here (https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/your-guide-to-organising-a-street-party)
In 2012 many streets in Kew closed for street parties. If you are keen to organise your own, then do please look at the Richmond Council website for the local information on how to do this – click here (http://www.richmond.gov.uk/street_parties).