The Queen is visiting York to distribute Maundy Money at the Minster.
During the Royal service, the Queen gives the Maundy Money to 86 women and 86 men, representing the Queen's 86 years.
Two purses are given to each person - one containing a £5 coin commemorating the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, and a fifty pence piece. The other contains uniquely minted Maundy Money.
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