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Applications for street parties are now open

Street party applications now open for King’s Coronation

With the coronation of King Charles III fast approaching, Hull City Council is inviting communities to apply to hold street parties in their neighbourhood.

Residents are able to apply for a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order (TTRO) up until Thursday 6 April, meaning they can close the road to traffic and fill it with tables, chairs, games and decorations for families to enjoy.

Councillor Rob Pritchard, Portfolio Holder for Communities said:

“The coronation of His Majesty King Charles III is an opportunity for communities to come together and celebrate such a historic day.

“We would love to see our communities coming together and celebrating right across the city.

“It has been almost 70 years since the country last celebrated a royal coronation and we hope it will be one all our residents will remember.”

Applications are invited across the coronation bank holiday weekend from Saturday 6 to Monday 8 May and are free.

For more information on how to apply, email hull.events@hullcc.gov.uk or visit Kings Coronation | Hull City Council.

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