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Our Partners

Without the network of partners who have worked with us and helped us put the events together, the Windsor Platinum Jubilee Celebrations would have been so much less, in every sense.

Our Supporters


The Windsor Platinum Jubilee Committee would like to thank each and every supporter for their help and support in making these celebrations come together. Without this help, we, as volunteers ourselves, could not possibly have undertake these events. Together we achieved the goal to bring our community together to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee of Her Majesty The Queen.

Mr Graham and Mrs Joanna Barker

Mr Mark Brenninkmeye

Ms Sarah Thomas and Mr Paul Armstrong, Car and Classic Limited

Ms Jane McCrum, Curiosity Travel

Mr James Rushton, Co-Chief Executive Officer, DAZN

Mr Christopher Cowdray, Chief Executive Officer, The Dorchester Collection

Mr and Mrs Grundon, Grundon Waste Management

Mr Alan Fitzpatrick and Mr Brendan O’Reilly, Jayflex Construction and Aggregates

The Hon. Daniel Brennan, Brand Director, Laurent-Perrier UK Ltd

Helen Penny, Wirral Tours


Lord Rami Ranger CBE

The Shanly Foundation

Travis Perkins

Sir Hugh and Lady Stevenson

Silver Levene

We aim to raise funds to support the work of The Prince Philip Trust Fund (registered charity number 272927) and donations will be handled by The Windsor Benefit Trust (registered charity number 1169168) on behalf of the Windsor Platinum Jubilee Committee

The Prince Philip Trust Fund makes a real difference to the quality of life of people from communities across the extensive area of the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. Established in the Silver Jubilee Year, 1977 as a grant-giving trust, we particularly focus our support towards disability, health, the elderly, families, children and young people, those in social need and the arts.

The Windsor Benefit Trust was established in 2016 to support projects in and around Windsor which: (i) advance music and the arts; (ii) restore and maintain items of architectural and/or historic significance; (iii) operate and maintain walkways created by the Outdoor Trust; and (iv) meet other charitable purposes.

Jubilee Products

We are proud that a number of local producers designed and developed products  especially for the Platinum Jubilee Celebrations in Windsor.


Windsor and Eton Brewery

Co-Founder Will Calvert explains: “We’ve created a glorious beer that will appeal to a really wide audience. The Queen is a great supporter of the Commonwealth, so the recipe includes barley grown at the Royal Farm in Windsor and a selection of world hops including Pacific Jade from New Zealand. As a finishing touch we are using champagne yeast to create a beer that’s platinum pale in colour and refreshing in taste.”

The Tarbay Botonist

The Tarbay Botanist was created to provide a local gin to local people and is currently Windsor’s only gin distillery. The first gin developed was The Windsor Batch which is made all year round. It is our version of a classic London dry gin and has flavours of Lemon Balm, Lavender and Rosemary. In 2020 The Windsor Batch was awarded a bronze award by The International Wine and Spirits Competition (IWSC)

William West Candles

Jubilee Candles, with a delicate summertime fragrance, Champagne Rose, inspired by Her Majesty’s fondness for roses, are made in Eton by William West, a name associated with candle-making since 1661, when William West was the tallow chandler living at the Cockpit, the timber-framed building on the High Street that’s the oldest building in the town.