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So get in touch and speak to Lynn or Kayleigh who will be more than happy to work closely with you on creating your truly special day. LGBTQ and progressive couples from around the globe. Founder Bernadette Smith has written three books on wedding planning and travels the world training her peers towards our vision for a global wedding industry fully inclusive of all couples, including LGBTQ couples. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding is set to be a highlight of the British social calendar – and part and parcel of any royal event is a good old-fashioned street party.
It is estimated that around ten million people attended street parties in 1977 for the Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth, while in 2011 an estimated 5,500 street parties requiring road closures were held for the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. Thomas Markle: who is he and what has he said now? This was the first time parties were organised by residents on a mass basis, evolving from earlier traditions such as parades, tea parties and fancy-dress parties for children. This year, the BBC has waived the TV licence fee for communities wanting to screen the wedding live, and many councils are waiving charges for road closures. We’ve made it easier than ever for local residents from all backgrounds to come together to celebrate the royal wedding and we hope councils will get into the spirit by helping people wishing to organise street parties. With the FA Cup final taking place on the same day, there’s never been a better reason to hold a street party. Where are street parties happening this year?
The nave of Winchester Cathedral will host a live screening of the royal wedding, before members of the public will be invited outside to enjoy food, drinks and family friendly entertainment. Royal wedding celebrations will also be incorporated into this year’s Chelsea in Bloom flower show, which transforms the streets of the west London borough into a walkable artistic visual experience. In Wales, there have been at least 17 applications for road closures, with parties taking place in Cardiff, Barry, Penarth, Beaumaris and Penllergaer. The Dreamland amusement park in Margate, Kent, is hosting a unique street party with an inflatable church, mass bouquet toss and free entry for anyone named Harry or Meghan or anyone wearing a wedding dress. It will be transforming its food court with party benches and bunting, and will be screening the wedding and FA Cup final. Numerous hotels and restaurants are also offering special afternoon tea or brunch packages to mark the wedding.
Fortnum and Mason’s Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon in London, Fairmont St Andrews in Scotland and Cloud 23 at Hilton Manchester Deansgate Hotel are among the eateries celebrating Harry and Meghan’s big day. Meanwhile, the art deco cinema Regents Centre in Dorset is hosting a live screening of all the action, as well as a prize for the best-dressed guest. With less than a week to go before Meghan and Harry’s wedding, the not-for-profit organisation Streets Alive recommends keeping it simple. If the party is private and for residents only, you may not need a formal Risk Assessment, says The Telegraph. Parties on a quiet street that will not affect surrounding roads are classed as small events.
If you’re planning on a larger do, it’s worth noting that many councils have eased road closure restrictions and removed the cost of a road closure permit. The fee has also been waived in Liverpool. The Week incorporates The First Post. No one over the age of Disney really believes that being a princess is really all it’s cracked up to be, that it is a viable career option, or that Prince Charming is about to come galloping up on a white steed to rescue her from the drudgery of taxes and office work. Except that secretly, we kind of do. TV program ever and their parade of unjustified Swarovski crystal-encrusted entitlement. Moreover, the last decade’s pink-and-purple marketing blitz has turned every little girl into a princess, a kind of sparkly juggernaut that most parents can’t avoid even if they try.