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The Queen's 90th Birthday

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Queen 90th Card
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Only last year, you will remember we reported that the Tattenhall Women's Institute celebrated in style on the occasion of their very own 90th birthday.

This year, it cannot have escaped your notice that the 21 April was the Queen's 90th birthday.

Ruth McPhillips, President of the WI, has kindly forwarded this image to display on the Website of a quite stunning card which was made by Tattenhall WI member, Linda Smith, especially for the Queen's 90th celebrations.

Two WI members also wrote poems to be included within that card, Pat Rodgers and Barbara Layfield.

We also include a further image of Mrs Diane Barbour, our Patron, Mrs Ruth McPhillips, our President, and our two newest members during the evening celebrations that took place this week in commemoration of Her Majesty's 90th birthday.

Just click on each image to enlarge.

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