Coronation St tho is not truly representative of Manchester or a Manc accent...
Our playing field was across Court Street, where the houses of Coronation Crescent now adjoin Madeley by-pass.
A coronation is a new beginning which calls for the special anointing of the Spirit to empower the monarch to do a new work.
The festival was held at York Minster and the program included Handel 's Coronation anthems.
Shortly after the coronation the great cathedral of St. Sophia at Nicosia was formally consecrated by the Latin archbishop, Jean del Conte.
This is a great little pottery beaker produced for the coronation of queen Elizabeth in 1953.
Tim Healy's real life wife - Denise Welch (Coronation Street) also cameos in the series.
There they attended a two-day celebration of the coronation centennial.
Here he adopts the " Dev from Coronation Street " method of acting as a short hand for exuding academic charisma.
The original Crown or Coronation Pole was erected in 1760 to commemorate the coronation of George III.
A permanent commemoration of the Coronation of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II took the form of two large Prayer Books for the clergy stalls.
Since 1066 Westminster Abbey has been the location of every coronation of the kings and queens of England and then of the United Kingdom.
The new king 's coronation took place in Westminster Abbey on October 20th of the same year.
Placed there to commemorate the coronation of George V in 1911.
In 1911 a giant bonfire was built to celebrate the coronation of King George V.
In 1727 he died of a cold caught in attending the Coronation of George II.
The clock, of 1902, marks the coronation of King Edward VII.
I watched the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II on such a set at a friend s house.
We see a royal coronation set out for us in 38 scenes.
The last coronation in Scotland - that of Charles II - took place here on Moat Hill in 1651.
On May 30 1953 Sir Arthur Bryant, in a mellow, reflective mood wrote, My first Coronation was in 1902.
The German king, elected by the German princes, automatically sought imperial coronation by the pope.
He made more trouble for himself at his Scottish Coronation in 1633.
Other symbols - such as the Crown Jewels and coronation regalia - are unique objects which exert a powerful fascination.
The monarch 's coronation oath includes a promise to " defend the security " of the Church of Scotland.
The Crown Jewels, magnificent Tudor tapestries, coronation robes, royal doll 's houses - the collections in our care really are unique.
A parish meeting to discuss Coronation festivities was held on Monday evening at the Reading Room.
From the County Council, local children received souvenir spoons and from the Rural District Council coronation mugs.
The finale of the show recreated the 1952 Coronation procession, which featured the Gold State Coach pulled by eight gray horses.
The coronation ring (representing kingly dignity, and dating from 1831) and the scepters are then presented.
This number may not seem huge in comparison to the 12 million people who watch the adverts during Coronation Street.
The children received Coronation mugs, sweets, medals, and photos of the King and Queen.
A substantial stone bridge, bearing the name of Coronation Bridge, was erected across the Wear in front of Newhouse in 1839.
We'll attempt a landing at Coronation Island, known for its extensive moss beds, nesting penguins and beautiful snow petrels.
Coronation Street - Cadbury 's has just paid £ 10 million to continue to sponsor this very popular soap opera.
The move is topical, coinciding with a current plot line in the popular television soap opera Coronation Street.
Another, registered in 1902, was in the form of a crown and was a Coronation souvenir.
The coronation scene, with the imposing throne and the gorgeous costumes, created a striking tableau.
Cheryl is the chef, and her specials include Coronation chicken, salmon pie, lamb tagine, vegetarian lasagna and Chinese sweet-and-sour pork.
The second viscount was created First Earl of Lichfield in the coronation honors of William IV in 1831.