Crosby Road, Southport Royal Street Party Sun 13th 1230 – 1800 hrs All sat down by 1330 hrs.
After their last Royal street party in 2013 to celebrate the Royal Golden Jubilee Crosby Road has an even greater spectacle planned to celebrate Queen Elizabeth’s longest reign.
Joanne and Jonathan Cunningham MBE organisers of the street party have been several months planning this event. Planned for Sunday 13th Sep 1230 – 1800 hrs all attendees have been requested to be sat down by 1330 hrs for the official Royal photograph.
The table will be over 100m long and sit approx <1000 people. A small charge will be made with all proceeds going to the Southport Lifeboat Trust. Adults £5 and children FREE. Pay on the day but intended attendees are requested to inform the organisers that they are attending for numbers. If you would like to attend please drop a note into 38 Crosby Road, PR8 4TE or email@example.com or 01704 320008.
Jonathan said ‘It isn’t every day you get the opportunity to celebrate our amazing monarchy. Having served in the Armed Forces for 16 years this is an important day for us all. During these turbulent times it is important to be proud of our Britishness and celebrate our Queen’s amazing achievement.’
The event is open to all, you don’t have to live in Crosby Road but number are restricted due to the space and tables availability.
If you would like to be part of this special event then contact the organisers above. It isn’t every day we will have a reason to hold a Royal street party so bring your chairs, food and flags and rain or shine the day is set to be an outstanding and memorable occasion. ‘Long live the Queen!’
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