The event – one of many across the country – saw thousands of people turn out in the sun to celebrate the King’s coronation.
‘It’s just amazing. It is a bit of a proud moment,’ said one organiser.
Health Secretary Steve Barclay said he wants to end the ‘8am scramble’ of patients phoning surgeries in the hunt for a slot.
Edward and Sophie delighted well-wishers in Cranleigh, Surrey, on Sunday.
A total of almost 2,000 people turned out for events in Ballater and Gartocharn on Sunday.
The unannounced appearance came as the King and Queen were said to be ‘deeply touched’ by the nation’s celebration of their historic day.
Some influential league members remain opposed to reinstating Syria, chief among them Qatar.
The sun shone on Canterbury Cathedral as a few hundred people flocked to enjoy the Big Lunch in the precinct.
Guests tucked into dishes including coronation quiches, coronation chicken, sausage rolls and smoked salmon.
Scottish Health Secretary Michael Matheson has said the Scottish Government cannot afford a 23.5% pay rise on top of inflation for junior doctors.
The SNP’s Westminster leader has made a plea to Labour and Liberal Democrat voters to help stop Tories regaining their seats at the general election.
It came shortly after Buckingham Palace issued the first public statement on behalf of the King and Queen since they were crowned.
The Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh are attending a big lunch in Cranleigh.
The festivities are continuing on Sunday with Big Lunches and a star-studded concert at Windsor Castle.
The incident led to a major security alert in Omagh, Co Tyrone.
Fumio Kishida was speaking as he and his South Korean counterpart renewed their resolve to overcome historical grievances.
Dozens of people were arrested by the Metropolitan Police on coronation day for conspiracy to cause a public nuisance, affray and other offences.
The Scottish Government had committed to recruiting an additional 1,000 mental health specialists by 2026 – but the recruitment has yet to start.
Police have appealed for witnesses to the incident in Ballymoney.
The meeting has been called by Neale Richmond.