A Conversation for Organising a Congratulations Card from the UK Sovereign

Who can do it?

Post 1

il viaggiatore

only british citizens?


Who can do it?

Post 2

Galaxy Babe - eclectic editor

Yes, sorry.


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Post 3

Sierra Indigo - now Cheesecakethulhu flavoured

I thiiiiiink peoples from the colonies may be able to do it. Maybe. Coz I know a couple of people over here who've gotten the letter/card thingy from the Queen. Or something.


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Post 4

il viaggiatore

how about former colonies?


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Post 5

Red (and a bit grey) Dog


Well the Queen is still the Head of State of Australia so I guess there must be a process ...... but I'll have to wait 58 years for my birthday and 55 years for my wedding anniversary cards smiley - sadface


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Post 6

.

Maybe it should say in the entry that it generally only applies to Poms.


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Post 7

Red (and a bit grey) Dog

I think it would be better if it said "Colonials need not apply" smiley - winkeye


Who can do it?

Post 8

.

smiley - erm But colonials can apply probably, just not complete randoms.


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Post 9

Array

You can apply for a message from Her Majesty as a citizen of any of the following realms or UK Overseas Territories:

Realms:
Antigua and Barbuda; Australia; Bahamas; Barbados; Belize; Canada; Grenada; Jamaica; New Zealand; Papua New Guinea; Solomon Islands; St. Christopher and Nevis; St. Lucia; St. Vincent and the Grenadines; Tuvalu; United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

UK Overseas Territories: Anguilla; Bermuda; British Antarctic Territory; British Indian Ocean Territory; British Virgin Islands; Cayman Islands; Falkland Islands; Gibraltar; Montserrat; Pitcairn Group of Islands; St. Helena and its dependencies; South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands; Sovereign Base Areas of Cyprus (air bases); Turks and Caicos Islands

smiley - cheers

The Apprentice


Who can do it?

Post 10

.

smiley - laugh Oh, Australia is on the list! smiley - cheers


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Post 11

Phoenician Trader

Bods from Oz apply to the Govenor of the State in which they reside.

These are the rules for South Australia.

http://www.governor.sa.gov.au/index.php?m=congratulatory-messages

Here are the rules for the Commonwealth

http://www.itsanhonour.gov.au/anniversary/index.cfm

smiley - lighthouse


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Post 12

paulh, hiding under my bed

Nice article, Galaxy Babe. smiley - ok

My parents celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary last year, and have their 70th coming up. As far as I know, no one of any great authority sent them a nice card. The catch is that they're Americans. 140 years ago, in San Francisco, there was a guy who called himself the Emperor of the United States. He was clearly crazy, but it might have been a nice touch to continue the tradition as a pure entertainment. Imagine getting a nice birthday or anniversary card from him. smiley - smiley

(I think the U.S, President sends you a card when you turn 100, but I don't think anniversaries are on the menu)


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