Royal wedding: Chadwell Heath residents’ association organises live screening and afternoon tea

PUBLISHED: 16:54 29 May 2018 | UPDATED: 16:54 29 May 2018

Chadwell Heath South Residents’ Association organised a live screening of the royal wedding and afternoon tea at the Chadwell Heath URC Church. Picture: Rama Muraleetharan

Chadwell Heath South Residents’ Association organised a live screening of the royal wedding and afternoon tea at the Chadwell Heath URC Church. Picture: Rama Muraleetharan

Rama Muraleetharan

Waving flags and enjoying a delicious afternoon tea was how a group of residents congratulated the new Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the weekend.

Organised by the Chadwell Heath South Residents’ Association, a live screening of the royal wedding was held at Chadwell Heath URC Church, Mill Lane, Chadwell Heath, to the delight of many, as well as a special afternoon tea for those who attended.

Co-organiser of the event, Rama Muraleetharan said: “Congratulations to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex!

“It felt fitting, watching the wedding in the Chadwell Heath URC Church, singing along with their hymn books! All in all, it was an enjoyable experience.

“The Chadwell Heath South Residents’ Association would like to thank Costa Coffee (Chadwell Heath), Starbucks Coffee (Liberty Shopping Centre, Romford) and many local residents for providing the catering.”

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