Victoria Day 2021

We are hoping that Victoria Day, our biggest event in the calendar, will return later this year.

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Because of social distancing restrictions, we are not able hold Victoria Day in early June this year.

But we are watching the government's roadmap for re-opening closely and hope to bring the event back to Aldershot later in the year. Please watch this page for updates. 

About Victoria Day

Victoria Day is the biggest highlight in Aldershot's vibrant events calendar, The event celebrates Aldershot's close ties with Queen Victoria and attracts thousands of visitors to the town centre. .

Every year, we work with the residents of the Aldershot Community Together group to organise the day, which promises a day full of fun and entertainment for the town.

What's on

The highlight of the day is the grand parade, which in 2019 attracted more than 800 people including marching bands, schools, community groups, Normandy veterans, Nepali dancers, classic cars and Queen Victoria - Aldershot's Betty Bryce.

In previous years, the town centre has been transformed, with performances from local musicians and dancers in the bandstand, free children's crafts, face painting and many more action-packed activities.

Get involved

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 in 2021, please get in touch using the contact details on this page.

Video of the day from 2019

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