Victoria Day

Come and join the Aldershot community on 13 June for one of the biggest highlights of the year, Victoria Day.

Queen Victoria Displays a larger version of this image in a new browser windowThe event celebrates Aldershot's close ties with Queen Victoria and attracts thousands of visitors to the town centre. 

This year's theme is 'Blossoms and Bees' and we'll be celebrating the English country garden.

We are working with the residents of the Aldershot Community Together group once more to organise the day, which promises to be full of fun and entertainment and a great day for the town.

What's on

The highlight of the day is the grand parade, which last year attracted more than 800 people including marching bands, schools, community groups, Normandy veterans, Nepali dancers, classic cars and Queen Victoria - Aldershot's Betty Bryce.

Starting at 11am from outside the Princes Hall, the parade will tour the town centre on a route along Grosvenor Road, Victoria Road, Station Road and High Street, returning back to Princes Way.

Throughout the day, the town centre will be transformed, with performances from local musicians and dancers in the bandstand, free children's crafts, face painting and many more action-packed activities.

Apply to take part

We encourage all community groups, schools, businesses, residents to take part, with opportunities to book a stall, join the parade, perform on the day - or something else.  

If you'd like to get involved, please fill in our form below:

Take part in Victoria Day

Video of the day from last year

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