Parade and Tree Planting at Tain

Parade and Tree Planting at Tain


On Monday 4 June the Lord Lieutenant, Mrs Janet Bowen, took the salute made presentations and planted a Jubilee tree at 'A Right Royal Occasion', an event in Tain to mark The Queen's Diamond Jubilee.

The events were interleaved between a service of thanksgiving led by Mrs Susan Brown, Chaplain to the Queen, including the hymns Immortal Invisible, To God be the Glory and the National Anthem.

The Lord Lieutenant then, in response to an appropriate citation read out by local councillors Alastair Rhind and Fiona Robertson, made the Diamond Jubilee Awards (which followed the Golden Jubilee awards ten years ago) to six people who had been nominated by the people of Tain for their exceptional services to their community.

Mrs Bowen then took the salute as the bands and parade moved off.

She then moved to the Jubilee Garden and planted a tree to mark the occasion.

Events continued with a street party with Gizzen Briggs and Capercaillie

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