The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh have attended a Royal Maundy Service at Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford.
Eighty-seven men and women - one for each of the Queen's 87 years received Maundy money.
The white purses contain uniquely minted Maundy money and the red purse will contain a £5 coin and 50 pence coin commemorating the 60th anniversary of The Queens Coronation.
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