An ox roast will be served up in Bachelors Acre Windsor to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee on Monday June 4.
More than 1,000 people are expected to attend with the official first carving taking place at noon and the serving is set to continue until 6pm.
The event is being put on by the Rotary Club of Windsor St George and the Windsor and Eton Town Partnership, with profits to the Prince Philip Trust Fund.
Ox roasts are part of Windsor's history with one on October 25, 1809 to celebrate the Golden Jubilee of George III and in 1887 for the Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee.
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