and her attendants. Once again, sadly no information as to the who, where or when. The reverse of the postcard informs me,
'THIS SPACE MAY NOW BE USED FOR INLAND AND COLONIAL COMMUNICATIONS'
but it doesn't have the price of inland postage at ½d in the stamp corner, so that makes me think it might be 1917-1919 (or thereabouts).
The tradition of the May Queen and May Day celebrations can be found here. I don't know of any May Day celebrations these days, perhaps the rumour that the May Queen would be sacrificed put people off. One year at school we did do a bit of Maypole dancing, but I don't think it was part of the curriculum.