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Warning signs could be used during royal wedding street closures

7th February 2011 | Warning Signs

Posted by Nicole Stevens

Bath and North East Somerset Council will allow residents to organise street parties to celebrate the royal wedding this April for free.

The council has decided to waive the road closure fee, which can be as high as £550, and has even put together an official street party guide that will help residents abide by the law while celebrating the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton on April 29th.

Warning signs about road closures could be seen across the county as a large number of residents club together to hold fetes.

Speaking to the Bath Chronicle, councillor Will Sandry said: "It's good that the council has come up with sensible and straightforward guidance for the community about how they can come together and enjoy a street party and has made it clear that community events do not require lots of expense or paperwork."

One of the key stipulations of hosting a street party in the county is to ensure that the emergency services still have access to closed roads.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800389225-ADNFCR


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