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May 25, 2012

Beale Park Celebrates the Queen's Diamond Jubilee With Two "Kids Go FREE" Offers

Beale Park, at Lower Basildon in Berkshire, is set to celebrate The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee with two “Kids Go FREE” offers (T&Cs apply), a large screen TV viewing area for those who want to keep an eye on the Jubilee as it unfolds, and a variety of tasty delights to mark the occasion (additional charges apply).

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