Royal wedding revellers alerted over safety signage
Posted by Jason Nicholls.
People who want to celebrate the impending royal wedding with a street party have been urged to get in touch with their local authority so that appropriate wayfinder safety signs can be put in place to ensure events run smoothly.
This is the case in Medway where residents wanting to make Prince William and Kate Middleton's marriage a day to remember need to contact the council to apply for a road closure.
A number of last minute enquiries about staging royal wedding street parties in the town has led the council to extend its application deadline.
Residents now have until Monday March 28th to get their applications in to the authority.
The council says arrangements need to be made in advance to ensure the correct warning signs are being used, to make sure it is safe to close the road and that alternative routes are available for traffic.
Medway Council's director of regeneration, community and culture, Robin Cooper, said: "We want everyone to celebrate this great occasion safely and enjoyably, so we will provide as much help and advice as we can to anyone wanting to organise a street party in Medway."
William and Kate marry on April 29th at Westminster Abbey.
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