The Queen and Yeoman of the Guard
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Queen presents Maundy money at service in Oxford

The Queen has presented coins to elderly people who have worked hard for their community at the Royal Maundy Service held in Oxford.

She was joined by the Duke of Edinburgh in Christ Church cathedral to distribute the coins in a tradition which dates back hundreds of years.

Eighty seven men and 87 women, to mark the Queen's 87th year, were given two purses of money, one red and one white.

Nicholas Witchell reports.

  • 28 Mar 2013
  • From the section UK
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