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Own your part of history as photos from Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Garden Party at Sandringham are put on sale

14:55 23 July 2012

Garden Party at Sandringham House hosted by the Queen.


Picture: James Bass

Garden Party at Sandringham House hosted by the Queen. Picture: James Bass

Archant Norfolk Photographic © 2012

The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations have made 2012 a year to remember for many in the United Kingdom and beyond so far this year.

But Norfolk had its own very special part of the celebrations to enjoy however, through The Diamond Jubilee Garden Party which was held on the Royal Estate at Sandringham.

Now you can purchase your own keepsake from the Sandringham garden party of Tuesday, June 12, thanks to a huge selection of photos taken by the photographers of the Eastern Daily Press.

A special souvenir publication has been produced and distributed to all of the lucky invited guests who attended Sandringham for the garden party.

Those pictures are available for all to purchase however and are available online at http://archantnorfolk.newsprints.co.uk/slideshow/bykw/p/u/0/1/sandringham

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