By Kevin Unitt Friday 07 September 2012 Updated: 07/09 09:16
GOODWILL messages to The Queen from thousands of Kenilworth people were hand delivered at Buckingham Palace yesterday (Wednesday).
During the Diamond Jubilee celebrations in June residents began signing a special card to wish Her Majesty many happy returns, and it has since developed into a book featuring several thousands messages of goodwill, plus poems and a photograph of Kenilworth Castle on the front.
Kenilworth councillor and former mayor Dave Shilton, plus town lay minister Anne Werrell, were chauffeur driven to London yesterday.
Coun Shilton said ahead of the trip: “Hopefully one of the Royal family will be there to greet us.
“It is an honour to make the trip on behalf of all people in Kenilworth and we are very appreciative of everyone who helped bring it together, including Emmersons printers for the binding, Tony 'Banger' Walsh for offering to drive us to London and of course Anne Werrell, who has been instrumental in the project.”
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