Duo inspired to stage more community events after huge success of four day platinum jubilee spectacular brings Ribble Valley community together for first time since Covid-19

A four day extravaganza to celebrate the Queen’s platinum jubilee reignited community spirit in a closeknit Ribble Valley village.

By Sue Plunkett
Monday, 27th June 2022, 9:25 am

That's the view of Beth Sculpher and Louise Cunningham, the lifelong pals who masterminded the memorable events in Sabden.

These included a carnival parade, village fete, band concert and live music festival, a Royal afternoon tea, street parties and a fun-filled day of sports for all ages.

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Four days of events were held in Sabden to celebrate the Queen's platinum jubilee

And the celebration has inspired the duo to plan more events, including a scarecrow festival, a hoe-down, Lancashire Day and Hallowe'en event.

Four days of events were held in Sabden to celebrate the Queen's platinum jubilee
Four days of events were held in Sabden to celebrate the Queen's platinum jubilee