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Swan Upping

An event in July in Oxfordshire
River Thames
Oxfordshire
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The ceremony of Swan Upping dates from the twelfth century and takes place during the third week of July every year. In 2009 The Queen travelled up the River Thames to witness the historic ceremony for the first time.
Swan Marker's office: +44 (0)1628 523030 or email info@royalswan.co.uk.

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