Pub creates throne out of carvery food to honour Queen for her Platinum Jubilee

A royal-mad pub has kicked off Britain’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations by changing its name and carving a spectacular throne from classic Roast Dinner ingredients.

The Bramley Farm in Altrincham, Manchester, has rebranded as Ma’amhouse Inns in a tribute to Her Majesty ahead of her 70-year anniversary as monarch.

Yorkshire puddings, roast potatoes and vegetables have been spectacularly arranged by food artist Nathan Wyburn to mark the occasion.

Buckingham Palace superfans and pub managers Julianne Martin and Donna Pilling said it shows their “passion” for the Jubilee.

Julianne buzzed: “We’re all so excited about the Platinum Jubilee, and this incredible throne perfectly combines our love of all things royal with Farmhouse Inns’ best-in-class carvery.

“The Jubilee may be a couple of weeks away, but that’s not stopped my team kicking things off early and allowing customers to raise a glass (or fork!) to Her Majesty at Bramley Farm.”

Whilst Emma Smith, Senior Marketing manager at Farmhouse Inns, added: “The entire nation is coming together to celebrate the last 70 years of Her Majesties reign.

“We wanted to make sure Farmhouse Inns across the UK are the perfect place to celebrate, and enjoy our fantastic carvery at the same time.”

It comes as Brits throughout the country prepare to pack out pubs and host street parties for the landmark royal occasion.

The Queen herself is preparing for events with a four-day mini-break to Scotland in order to rest before the important ceremonies.

Her Majesty is relaxing at Craigowan Lodge on her Balmoral estate in order to ensure she is fully fit for what is expected to be a busy week ahead.

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Even Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are set to make a visit to the UK to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee.

It is the first time the Sussexes have come to England as a family since they quit their royal duties.

Although Lilibet’s first birthday on June 4 could be an awkward clash in proceedings, the Duke and Duchess have vowed to not overshadow the monarch.

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