The group have been training ahead of their tea part in the Arctic
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Practice for Arctic Jubilee party

A team of seven explorers have been training in preparation for what is thought to be the most remote Diamond Jubilee tea party.

The Education Through Expeditions team led by Antony Jinman from Plymouth will climb Mount Barbeau in the Queen Elizabeth Islands.

At the top of the mountain, 560 miles (901km) from the North Pole, the team will celebrate with tea and cake, and send a message to the Queen.

  • 03 Jun 2012