This bank holiday weekend, we will be raising a glass for his majesty the King. This will be a major event for the UK and will be watched by millions of people around the world. This day is a chance for us to come together and celebrate the new king and his reign.

To help you decide what to do this weekend if you haven't done so yet, we wanted to share with you some things you can do to celebrate this occasion.

Is your name Charles, Camilla or do you have the surname King?

Or maybe you know someone that does!

Cosy Club want to give you some royal recognition with a Limited Edition Teacup cocktail for free. All you need to do to redeem this is present a valid ID to a member of the team.

If this is not the case, don't worry, you can still get something good over this long weekend. Grab 2 martinis for the price of £11.95 or take a sip from a teacup with their limited edition British-inspired Hendrick's teacup cocktails, Victorian Sponge or Coronation Cup. With your coronation-inspired drink in hand, enjoy the live music and giant board games with friends and family.

Also, if you're wanting to come back at a later date, why not try your chances at winning a £100 gift card? I wonder how many drinks that would get you! Just follow the instructions in the post below.

Want to ring in the bank holiday weekend with a historic view?

Socialite Rooftop Restaurant & Bar are celebrating in style on Saturday with the king's coronation brunch party. Book your table and come along to enjoy a beautiful view of the historic Canterbury Cathedral home to the Archbishop of Canterbury who will be conducting the ceremony.

Grab a glass of Champagne or a cocktail and raise a glass for the King. Join in on the fun with live music, entertainment and dancing from 12 pm till late, this is an event you don't want to miss.

Prefer to have a quieter celebration?

ABode Canterbury is having a Coronation Champagne Afternoon Tea on Saturday from 1 pm to 5 pm. Why not join them for an afternoon tea fit for a King with coronation chicken sandwiches, sumptuous cakes, scones, tea and a glass of Champagne to celebrate the day?

With their resident pianist performing for the afternoon, you will be sure to have a relaxing coronation Saturday.

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Are you coming to Kent for the Weekend?

Head over to Bloom Stays to grab your accommodation and then take a look at some of their recommendations for how to spend your weekend while you're here. Here are just a few that they suggest:

If you want to stay close to Canterbury, you can watch the Coronation ceremony live within Canterbury Cathedral's magnificent Gothic Nave. Or if you want to soak up the sun, you could head to Leeds Castle for a coronation garden party to play some classic garden games to challenge your friends and family.

If you prefer a little bit more adventure, why not go on a treasure hunt at Riverhill Himalayan Gardens. They change out the hiding places each week so you can go again and again and still have a great time.

Photo by Chris Boland.

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