Southport’s huge Street Party will not change date for ITV
Jonathan Cunningham, an expert at organising major events across Britain through his role as managing director of a Southport-based firm Storm Consultancy spoken out after ITV good morning production team asked him to change the date of the event to Friday 10th June – so they could screen it live.
Jonathans response was: “Let me think about this errrrr No! Not on this planet!
A large number of tickets for the celebration of Queen Elizabeth II’s 90th birthday, on Crosby Road in Birkdale, Southport, on Sunday, June 12.
Preparations are going well in Crosby Road as they prepare for possibly the last Street Party in a long while. Crosby Road, Birkdale, Southport are now considered the ‘veterans’ of Street Parties having delivered a previous 3 outstanding events over recent years with the Royal Engagement, Royal Wedding, Diamond Jubilee Celebrations and now the 90th Birthday Celebrations of the Queen.
Organiser Jonathan Cunningham MBE stated ’we are very much looking forward to this huge event, we have already had a great response but I would encourage people, if they wish to attend they need to book their tickets now.
Many people have realised that this could be the last large street party in many years. So don’t delay as first come first served. ‘The event is not just to generate memories for everyone but to raise funds for the Independent Lifeboat Trust.
A great local lifeboat charity. Adults only £5 children FREE. God Save the Queen!!!
Last years street party on Crosby Road raised £842.29 for the lifeboat Trust. (After costs had been taken) STORM donated £300 to the Trust.
OTSNews.co.uk spoke to Jonathan at last years event(below)…..
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