The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee 2022


Her Majesty, The Queen, is the first British Monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee with seventy years of service, having acceded to the throne on 6th February 1952 at 25 years old. Celebrations throughout the United Kingdom, the Commonwealth and around the world will take place as communities and people come together to celebrate The Queen’s historic reign.

A special extended bank holiday weekend will begin on Thursday 2nd June 2022 with the Lighting of Beacons across the country.

A wide range of commemorative events will be taking place. You can find details for national activities at

Celebrate in Mid Sussex

Platinum Jubilee Successful Applications 2022


Area of Benefit


Ansty Village Centre Trust 


A celebration on the Ansty Village Recreation ground with food and entertainment. The event will be one of a series of events to mark the launch of the Centre.

Ardingly Connected Together 


Contribution towards a whole programme of events including lighting of beacon, barbecue, music, firework display and street party. 

Balcombe Club 


Free to all villager’s party in the Victory Hall, Balcombe  



Street party at Court Bushes Community Hub in Hurstpierpoint including a Tea Dance. 

Bentswood Community Partnership  

Bentswood Haywards Heath 

Community celebration on Barn Cottage Green including picnic, dancing, face painting and an evening barbecue and bar.  

Bolnore Village Community Partnership  


Afternoon picnic followed by evening barbeque on Tim Farmer Recreation ground and Woodside Community Centre. 

Bolney Village Society 


Jubilee party on Batchelor’s Field including barn dance, giant Jubilee cake and races and games. 

Burgess Hill Bonfire Society 

Burgess Hill 

Jubilee Jest event – a comedy event including hire of venue and kitchen, bar, stage MC, comedians, sound system and lighting. 

Burgess Hill Cricket Club 

Burgess Hill  

Celebration at St John’s Park including treasure hunt, games, and cream teas. 

Copthorne Platinum Jubilee Group 


Celebration on the Village Green including best dressed street, dog show, games and children’s street party.  

Coro Nuovo 

Haywards Heath 

Jubilee concert at St Andrew’s Church with choral music. 

Costells Wood Residents Association 

Haywards Heath 

Celebration on Costells Edge including bouncy castle, best dressed house, fancy dress.  

Crawley Down Community Centre Association 

Crawley Down 

Part of a four-day celebration, a day of celebration at the Haven Centre with Barbeque, fairground rides, food, beer fest, games and dog show. 

Dumbrills Close Residents Association 

Burgess Hill  

Barbeque for residents of Dumbrills Close with live music, bouncy castle, pig roast on the village green.  

East Grinstead Parkrun 

East Grinstead 

A parkrun at East Court, East Grinstead with everyone dressed in red, white, and blue followed by a picnic.  

Friends of Northlands Wood School 

Haywards Heath 

Jubilee themed May Spring Fayre with refreshments and family entertainment.  

Friends of Twineham School  


Jubilee garden tea party at the school for the local community with stalls, dog show, food and games.  

Handcross Community Events 


Street party with live music and an opportunity for local businesses to sell food. 

Mid Sussex Older People’s Association  


Afternoon tea at the King Edward Hall in Lindfield with violinist and refreshments.  

Sayers Common Village Hall 

Sayers Common 

Street party with picnic, live music, and children’s activities  

Staplefield Association  


Construct a beacon brazier and host a beacon lighting event. 

The Brook Street Society 


A neighbourhood garden party with afternoon tea. 

The Lindfield Club 


Tea party at King Edward Hall on Sunday for those people who live in streets where there are no street parties.  

Warninglid Residents Association 


Street party on the Warninglid Recreation Ground. 

Worlds End Association 

Burgess Hill 

‘Picnic in the Park’ on the World Ends Recreation Ground with a band and refreshments.  

Lindfield Dramatic Club 


Platinum Pageant with Kings and Queens at King Edward Hall 

Haywards Heath Cricket Club 

Haywards Heath 

Joint 125 Cricket Club anniversary and Jubilee celebrations at Clair Park 

Age UK West Sussex Brighton & Hove 

Haywards Heath 

Celebrations at Lamb House, Haywards Heath, including afternoon tea with harpist and Jubilee community party.  

Girlguiding Perrymount District HH 

Haywards Heath 

Celebrations with girl guides, including magic show and drumming lessons.  

Kangaroos Mid Sussex 

Burgess Hill 

Jubilee Picnic in the Park for families with disabled children at the Worlds End Park in Burgess Hill.  

The Royal Sussex Regiment Association Mid Sussex Branch 

Mid Sussex wide  

Screening of Trooping of the Colours followed by afternoon tea for members and friends of the Regiment.  

Ansty & Staplefield Parish Council  


Jubilee party for residents of Beeches at Rocky Lane with a barbeque, bouncy castle, music and games.  

Ashurst Wood Village Council 

Ashurst Wood 

Party in John Pears Field and beacon lighting ceremony in partnership with a choir based in East Grinstead, Dunstan’s Community café, youth club and Sussex Community Support.  

Balcombe Parish Council  


Picnic in the park including fancy dress, The Women’s Institute, best dressed street and live music.  

Horsted Keynes Parish Council  

Horsted Keynes 

Weekend of events in partnership with local organisations and clubs within the village including a big village lunch on the green.  

Poynings Parish Council  


Family picnic with beacon lighting. Picnic held at the Village Hall owned by the local church who are co-sponsoring the event.  

West Hoathly Parish Council  

West Hoathly 

Village celebration with music, children’s entertainment, and live music for beacon lighting  ​

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Planning a Street Party?

If you are planning a Street Party remember to apply on the Mid Sussex website for a temporary road closure more than six weeks before your event. You can find helpful tips, advice and support for organising a successful event on the  Street Party website.

Queen’s Green Canopy

The Queen’s Green Canopy encourages planting of trees to create a legacy of the celebration and benefit future generations. Mid Sussex District Council plan to plant 250 new trees and encourages individuals and organisations to get involved in their own garden or land.

Help design a royal woodland seat competition

Children and young people across Mid Sussex are invited to join in the Jubilee celebrations by getting creative!

As part of our commemoration of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Mid Sussex District Council is taking part in the Queen’s Green Canopy and will be planting 250 new trees in a woodland copse.

We are asking young people up to the age of 16 to design a ‘woodland seat' which we aim to locate in the area.   Volunteers at Burgess Hill Shed will use the winning design to provide inspiration for their creation as a reminder of this special year.

Designs should consider the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and try to reflect the themes of the celebration in their design.

Please email designs to or send to MSDC offices quoting 'Woodland seat competition'. Entries must be received by Tuesday 7th of June.

You can use this template or send entries without the template.

Street Party Scrapbook

Many residents will be planning street parties or community picnics as part of the Jubilee Celebrations. We would like to commemorate these, and all the Royal Street Parties over the years, by creating a ‘virtual Street Party scrapbook’ showing celebrations of the past alongside those of the 2022 Platinum Jubilee.

Please send in your Street Party images (with a bit of explanatory text about where and when they took place) and we will add them to the album which will be available here.

Submissions for the Street Party Scrapbook can be emailed to or posted to the Mid Sussex District Council offices. Please note, the Council is unable to return any items that are submitted and by submitting them you are confirming you have permission to share them.

Last updated: 02 November 2022