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Below is an overview of all the official events that took place during the Golden Jubilee weekend.
1st, June 2nd,
|The Queen's outline itinerary of Golden Jubilee visits in 2002|
Saturday 1st June
8.00pm - 10.00pm
in the gardens of Buckingham Palace.
The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh will hold The Queen's Concert (Prom at the Palace) in the gardens of Buckingham Palace. The concert will be broadcast live on the big screens along the Mall and in the parks adjacent to Buckingham Palace.
Sunday 2nd June
Jubilee church services and
bell-ringing across the UK.
Gieant screens around Buckingham Palce will screen England's World Cup clash with Sweden.
|Monday 3rd June||
The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh will watch a 2,000 strong parade in Windsor High Street.
Live Festival 1pm
in the Palace grounds 7.30
& Fireworks 10.40pm -
Followed by a massive 15 minute firework spectacular and Son et Lumiere show using the facade of Buckingham Palace
|Tuesday 4th June||
to St Paul's Cathedral 10.40am
Gun Salute in Hyde Park by the King's Troop Royal
Horse Artillery as the procession leaves Buckingham Palace.
11.10am The Queen halts for the traditional Temple Bar Ceremony, at the entrance to the City of London. The ceremony dates back to 1215. During the ceremony the Lord Mayor of London offers her the hilt of the Pearl Sword, symbolising her authority over the city.
Gun Salute at Tower of London as Queen leaves Temple Bar.
Service at St. Paul's Cathedral
1:15pm The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh attend a Golden Jubilee lunch at Guildhall in the City of London.
Jubilee Festival 1.15pm
Hill Carnival Procession (there will also be other performances
from time to time on the stages in Trafalgar Square)
5.40pm Balcony appearance at