QUEEN'S DIAMOND JUBILEE IN NUMBERS
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75minutesthe time taken for Flotilla to sail pass any static point along the route of the Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant
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1.2m spectatorswere estimated to have lined the royal pageant route along the River Thames to watch the flotilla go past
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40%increase in sales over the weekend for royal favourite, Fortnum & Mason.
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3000glasses of champagne and nearly 2,000 burgers were sold by Fortnum & Mason over the period
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£120mworth of sales added a cash boost to London’s businesses according to New West End Company, which represents over 600 businesses in Bond Street, Oxford Street and Regent Street
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14.7m viewerstuned into the BBC’s coverage of the Diamond Jubilee concert on Monday night – the biggest TV audience of the year so far
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10,000ballot winners were treated to a picnic in Buckingham Palaces garden. The hampers created by Heston Blumenthal and the Queen’s head chef included tea-smoked Scottish salmon and Eton Mess
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60gun salute was fired by the King’s Troop during the carriage procession on Tuesday which also included a RAF Flypast and a Feu de Joie
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4,200beacons were lit across the UK, Channel Islands, Isle of Man, Commonwealth and Overseas UK territories to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. The first was lit in Tonga and the last by her majesty at 10:30pm on the 4th June
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700boatsmade up the Flotilla in the Jubilee Pageant, with another 100 moored in the Avenue of Sail and approximately 200 work, safety and marshalling vessels
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9,500street parties were estimated to have taken place in England for the Diamond Jubilee
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