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1. Commonwealth Day Observance at Westminster Abbey

Every year, on the second Monday in March, people all around the Commonwealth get together to celebrate the special partnership of nations, peoples and ideals which makes the Commonwealth unique.

In the UK, the RCS (on behalf of the Council of Commonwealth Societies) organises a special Observance which takes place in Westminster Abbey. The Observance is attended by HM The Queen, Heads of Government and faith leaders from around the world. Celebrity readers, dancers and musicians all combine to make this a colourful and lively event not to be missed. Each year, the Observance takes a particular theme. In 2011, the theme is "Women as Agents of Change", providing us with an exciting opportunity to showcase the modern Commonwealth at its very best.

On the day of the Observance, doors will open at 1.45pm and guests must be seated by 2.45pm (Guests are encouraged to arrive in good time as security checks may take up to 10 minutes). The Observance will conclude by 4.20pm.

Entry by invitation only. Guest names/address details required for security.

2. Commonwealth Day Tea Party at the Commowealth Club
approx 4.20pm onwards

Commonwealth Day celebrations continue after the Westminster Abbey Observance, with a Tea-Party hosted by the RCS at the Commonwealth Club (25 Northumberland Avenue), a short walk from the Abbey.
Come join us reflect on the day's event over an assortment of sandwiches, scones, pastries, cakes, teas and coffees.


  1. Cool! J'ai hâte de savoir quelles femmes canadiennes seront présentes. Certainement pas Bev Oda!


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