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As the country gears up for the Coronation of Their Majesties King Charles III and Queen Camilla, Thames Valley Police will be supporting its communities to safely celebrate this historic occasion.
Across the Thames Valley, our officers will be supporting screenings of the Coronation on Saturday 6 May and the many community celebrations taking place throughout the weekend, including the Coronation Big Lunch on Sunday 7 May and the Big Help Out on Monday 8 May.
While there are no ceremonial events taking place in the Thames Valley, we have the honour of policing Windsor for the Coronation Concert at Windsor Castle on Sunday 7 May, with thousands of people expected to attend this ticketed event.
We are working with event organisers and our partners to ensure the safety of the public as they celebrate the Coronation weekend across the Thames Valley.
Two of our officers will also have the distinction of being part of the Coronation itself in London by lining the route of Their Majesties Procession and The Coronation Procession.
Chief Constable Jason Hogg said: “The Coronation of Their Majesties King Charles III and Queen Camilla is a significant moment for the country and it is a moment of huge pride for Thames Valley Police to once again be involved in such a historic moment.
“We have a rich history of policing Royal events across the Thames Valley and our officers and staff will work tirelessly to ensure the celebrations are safe and enjoyed by all.
“You will see an increased police presence at events over the Coronation weekend, notably in Windsor, including some armed officers. This is part of the many visible and not so visible security measures we are putting in place to keep people safe. If you see any of our teams while celebrating do come and say hello.
"On behalf of Thames Valley Police, I hope everyone taking part in the Coronation celebrations has an enjoyable weekend."