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Lambs in Stamford marks Queen Elizabeth II becoming longest-reigning monarch




Maria Hayden and Alison Towers at Lamb's shop at Stamford with their window display to commemorate the longest reigning monarch Queen Elizabeth II EMN-150826-094004009
Maria Hayden and Alison Towers at Lamb's shop at Stamford with their window display to commemorate the longest reigning monarch Queen Elizabeth II EMN-150826-094004009

Glassware and china shop Lambs, in St Mary’s Street, Stamford, has set up a special display to mark the Queen becoming Britain’s longest-reigning monarch.

Queen Elizabeth II passed the record set by her great-great-grandmother Queen Victoria, who reigned for 23,226 days, 16 hours and 23 minutes, today (September 9).

The shop is able to order special commemorative ware and customers who spend £10 or more will be able to pick a gift from the lucky dip tub.



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