Crowning Lady

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The Crowning Lady

The honour of the crowning lady originally went to the wife of the town Provost, but eventually this choice was elected by the committee to allow this honour to be bestowed on a lady worthy of the name ‘Crowning Lady’.It is a great privilege to be Beltane Queen but to also be asked to be the Crowning Lady, in the more mature years, was an honour shared by few. The only ladies to achieve this are Sheila Murray, (Beltane Queen 1940, Crowning Lady 1990) and Margaret Jack (Beltane Queen 1941, Crowning Lady 1999).

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