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Former Ambleside May Queens and attendants can take a nostalgic look back at what what was once a highlight of village life with old photographs in Ambleside Library.
The May Queen would be about 15 years old, accompanied by two train and crown-bearers and the annual coronation was held on a Friday in May in the Ambleside Assembly Rooms. The new Queen and attendants would be photographed in the garden at Wraysholme, Millans Park.
Old photographs of Ambleside’s Crowning Glories will be on display at Ambleside Library until mid-June, as part of Local History Month. Ambleside Oral History archive also has interviews recounting May Queen celebrations at www.aohg.org.uk
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CONGRATULATIONS to all our Easter Egg hunters. Once again the Easter Bunny visited the grounds of the Hotel and left 30 eggs hidden away amongst the flower beds. The Easter egg hunting team, some 15 hunters strong this year made short work of finding all the eggs, including the fantastic golden egg, special congratulations Georgie Madeley, The bunny also left Easter gifts for all egg hunters.
The bunny will be back next year, rumour has he may even have a special costume for the occasion.
Hope you all had a great Easter and have been enjoying the fine weather.
Is it too late for a William and Kate Scavenger Hunt this Friday?? possibly!!
Till next time enjoy your chocolate and practice your bunny bouncing for next year!!