A collection of images will be displayed next week. 

Photos: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies
A collection of images will be displayed next week. Photos: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Dacorum residents’ memories of Queen displayed at exhibition and archive

Memories of the Queen will be presented to the public next week.

Pictures and memories of the Queen from Dacorum people are to be displayed in Hertford Castle on June 2, during the Jubilee weekend.

Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies (HALS) invited people to share their photographs of jubilee street parties or royal visits for an exhibition about the Queen’s impact on the county and its people.

This exhibit will go back to HALS before being taken to other venues throughout the county.

An event called ‘A Day to Remember’ was held on Friday (May 20) at Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies at the County Hall in Hertford.

Taryn Pearson-Rose, Hertfordshire County Council’s Director of Customer Engagement and Libraries said: “Hertfordshire prides itself on our rich royal connections and the enormous value Her Majesty the Queen has brought to our lives throughout her incredible 70-year reign.”

She added: “This exhibition and our Platinum Jubilee archive will reflect the county council’s continued citizen focus and the importance of recognising and celebrating Hertfordshire’s rich and diverse community life.”

Do you have any pictures or memories of meeting the Queen? Email [email protected]

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