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Royal Wedding
- Lindy loo (14th May 2018 @ 18:52:14)

Does anybody know if the village is doing anything for the royal wedding
On Saturday?
Any bunting going up ?
Any events .?

Re: Royal Wedding
- Ian (14th May 2018 @ 21:33:40)

Even more boring than Brexit.... sorry

Re: Royal Wedding
- Ian Skidmore (14th May 2018 @ 23:10:45)

To mark the occasion I will be changing my underpants a week early.

Re: Royal Wedding
- Heather L (15th May 2018 @ 08:05:25)

None that I know of but we will be in the rec watching the Liphook U16s versus the Dads football, whilst raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support (bbq, cakes etc). So if you want to add some red, white and blue bunting: all good? 😀

Re: Royal Wedding
- A.R (15th May 2018 @ 13:11:39)


Re: Royal Wedding
- helen (15th May 2018 @ 13:14:07)

Although I have nothing against him personally, he is now I think 6th in line to the throne. They are getting married at Windsor not in St Pauls or Westminster Cathedral. Those fervent royalists can spend their own money celebrating!

Re: Royal Wedding
- Gemma (15th May 2018 @ 14:20:11)

Well Lindy Lou you can now see what a miserable bunch of cynics live in Liphook. I'll be hanging out the bunting and the flags and enjoying it all with my family in the garden. I hope you find some nice people to spend the day with and find some fun as well. I should avoid these nasty villagers and perhaps try Haslemere or Petersfield

Re: Royal Wedding
- liz (15th May 2018 @ 16:16:56)

What are Petersfield and Haslemere planning?

Re: Royal Wedding
- Rachael (15th May 2018 @ 18:46:20)

Is it really a royal wedding, Harry is showing more than a casual resemblance to James Hewitt

Re: Royal Wedding
- Lindy Loo (15th May 2018 @ 18:47:07)

Hi Gemma,
Glad there are still true royalist about !!
I will certainly enjoy the day

Where did you get your bunting ?

Re: Royal Wedding
- Gemma (15th May 2018 @ 19:24:52)

We got it in Wilko in Bordon for the last wedding. Check their website. Good luck and have a happy time

Re: Royal Wedding
- Social Concious (15th May 2018 @ 19:36:33)

This obscene expenditure would better benefit the homeless - we have all forgotten how cold homeless people were in the last winter - and all the Royal "Gosh how we feel so concerned " is a load of ****
When will the world wake up ??????

Re: Royal Wedding
- Paul Robinson (15th May 2018 @ 20:02:33)

In anticipation of the Royal Wedding the Managers and Volunteers at the Peak Centre have decked the hall with bunting and banners and the clients will be treated to cream teas Today, Wednesday and Thursday.

Paul Robinson

Re: Royal Wedding
- Gemma (15th May 2018 @ 20:47:53)

Bah humbug! Get over yourself you sad old goat and have some fun. We're only here once for goodness sake

Re: Royal Wedding
- Lou Roleman (15th May 2018 @ 22:31:48)

For this fine occasion I will be having cream teas on the lawn and cucumber sandwiches ( with crusts cut off) . I wiill get out my ginger nuts

Re: Royal Wedding
- Dan (16th May 2018 @ 01:53:22)

Really, this is important? You all sound like your from China or North Korea getting all bubbly over your dear leaders, seriously the royal family is just our Kim Jong un etc, grow a pair and wake up !

Re: Royal Wedding
- Ian (16th May 2018 @ 08:31:11)

Hey Dan, congratulations, one of the most ignorant posts in a long time on talkback. Seriously are you comparing the royal family (with no political powers) to the North Korean leadership. The wedding is a bit overblown (blame the media rather than the royals) but generally speaking many of the royals do a lot of good for this country (as they should when you look at the cost)

Re: Royal Wedding
- helen (16th May 2018 @ 10:16:07)

My enjoyment of life does not depend on who lives in Buckingham Palace. I admire the Queen for her lifetime of service but she is well renumerated! I also take issue that the Sovereign assumes automatic rights as Head of the Church of England. They seem to be the pop stars
now for an older generation.

Re: Royal Wedding
- k (16th May 2018 @ 10:38:07)

Really sorry to hear the comments from some of our residents- Anything that brings a little joy in anybodies life -Good on all of you that are celebrating! & enjoy your day.

Re: Royal Wedding
- liz (16th May 2018 @ 11:15:49)

I have no particular interest in the Royal Wedding but if it makes people happy and brings in the tourists I don't see why people should be so churlish. Dan - I think you need to wake up and do a bit of reading on global politics!

Re: Royal Wedding
- Rob (16th May 2018 @ 12:40:06)

Sounds like a meeting of the New Model Army committe! Notting wrong worth the royals, cheaper and better than more politicians. Not sure about Harry and his American princess. It's Earl Spencer he looks like if you look him up.

Re: Royal Wedding
- Barry (16th May 2018 @ 16:48:57)

Haslemere Sun Club (which is not based in Haslemere at all!) is having a Royal Wedding Celebration day.

It is a members-only club but you can have a day visit if you re thinking about joining - lovely on a sunny day!

Re: Royal Wedding
- Grant (16th May 2018 @ 19:56:09)

Hope Harry has sorted a decent prenuptial agreement.
Otherwise Meghan will own decent chunk of a castle or two.
Can't see it lasting!

Re: Royal Wedding
- I (17th May 2018 @ 08:03:16)

Americans and shouldn’t Royals don’t mix, although she is probably more suitable for Harry than Lady Di was for his Dad

Re: Royal Wedding
- wendy (17th May 2018 @ 09:03:22)

Well, what a miserable lot of people we have living in Liphook. Don't they realise what a lot of money will come into the country because of this occasion? and don't most people, women in particular love a wedding? it's such a pity no one is putting anything on here, a party on the green would have been nice, but no, nothing. Without the royal family this country just wouldn't be the same, all the old traditions are all part of Great Britain. But there, as an older member of the population maybe I think very differently to the younger people, all the pride in our country seems to have gone, I think it's it's tragic, but I don't suppose many people will agree with me.

Re: Royal Wedding
- Dave (17th May 2018 @ 09:51:20)

I think the lack of interest may be that even for a Royalist like myself the marriage of the 6th in line to the throne to a c-list American actress is no big deal. No disrespect to Harry who has served his country well but this wedding should have been far more understated

Re: Royal Wedding
- Rob (17th May 2018 @ 12:37:44)

Kind of get your point, he's a bit irrelevant as far as the line of succession goes, HRH William now has 3 children.

Re: Royal Wedding
- Lindy loo (17th May 2018 @ 15:28:16)

Hi Wendy,

I for on one totally agree with you!!
What's so wrong with a bit of happy celebration? ?

Re: Royal Wedding
- c.g. (17th May 2018 @ 18:35:06)

you get my vote too , well said Wendy !

Re: Royal Wedding
- Richard (20th May 2018 @ 16:23:07)

Due to some of the comments here for my own personal safety I shall shortly be moving to an undisclosed location before my brake cables can be tampered with.

We all know the royals have form for that kind of thing

Re: Royal Wedding
- Helen (21st May 2018 @ 08:57:38)

Perhaps now we have a Duke and Duchess of Sussex we will see more of them in the local area?
Having watched the wedding I
thought it was very tastefully

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