The final scene of the Jubilee Mural contains five items related to Salisbury’s royal celebrations, which people brought along to our Memory Day. They don’t show up very well on the screen. The best way to see them is to visit the mural, but if you can’t here are photos of them. The downloadable PDF document below has an annotated picture of this part of the mural.
The section of the Jubilee Mural with the hidden objects
Picture of a glass goblet given to the members of Salisbury Amateur Boxing Association at the Coronation celebrations in Victoria Park in 1953
Glass commemorative goblet given to Salisbury Amateur Boxing Club members during the Salisbury 1953 Coronation celebrations. The Salisbury Amateur Boxing Club was one of several organisations giving open air displays at the Coronation celebrations in Victoria Park.
A small model of Her Majesty's state coach, given to Salisbury children as a souvenir of the 1953 coronation
A small model of Her Majesty's state coach, given Salisbury children for the Coronation
Souvenirs of the 1953 Coronation in the Jubilee Mural - the programme and a mug, which was given to each child.
The cover of the prgramme for Salisbury's 1953 Coronation procession
A mug celebrating the 1953 Coronation was given to each child in Salisbury. My mother had to collect our mugs from a building in St. Thomas's Square that was next to Snell's café and chocolate shop.
Photograph taken by John Palmer
A picture of a large silver spoon, used to baste a roasted ox in the market Square for Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee
A large silver spoon used to baste a roasted ox in the Market Square to celebrate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee