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Stone unveiled at Solihull to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee


By Ian Courts - Posted on 26 December 2012

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Starting work on a siting a stone to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee
Stone to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee

Solihull Rotary Club again made its mark on the Borough, with the unveiling, at the New Road entrance of Malvern Park, of a very substantial and equally splendid stone to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of our Queen Elizabeth II. This was unveiled by the Earl of Aylesford, with the Mayor of Solihull, Cllr Ken Hawkins, along with President of Solihull Rotary Club, Kate Wild.  A number of Rotarians and guests were in attendance.

The words on the stone read:-

The Rotary Club of Solihull presented this stone and beech tree to the people of Solihull in celebration of the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II

2012 Sixty Glorious Years

Stone donated and installed by Earlswood Garden & Landscape Centre & Mid Wales Stone

The beech tree donated by Earlwood Plants Ltd

Design by Solihull Council Landscape Architecture, Ecology and Urban Design 

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