The Queen and her Corgi have appeared in Abingdon Market Place on a new crochet post box topper following the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

The Queen, wearing bright green, and her Corgi are both stood with Paddington Bear.

The design comes after a Jubilee special of Paddington Bear and the Queen enjoying an afternoon tea.

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The creator has stayed anonymous again only leaving a note to say: “Please stop, smile, and take a picture, share it but… please do not take me as it takes so long to make me. They are here for all to enjoy.”

The crocheter is also fundraising for Thames Valley Air Ambulance and has provided a link and QR code to the mystery creators Just Giving page.

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This story was written by Rebecca Whittaker, she joined the team in 2019 as a multimedia reporter.

Rebecca covers education and news in Abingdon and Wantage.

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