|Significance||accession of Queen Elizabeth I to the throne in 1558|
|Next time||17 November 2017|
Queene's Day celebrates the accession of Queen Elizabeth I to the throne of England on November 17, 1558. Observance of the accession was a national holiday in England and Wales for about 300 years, often with the building of enormous bonfires. It was revived in the village of Berry Pomeroy in Devon in 2005.
- "Queene's day revival continues". Western Morning News. Plymouth, Devon. 13 November 2006. Retrieved 23 June 2012. (subscription required)
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