Residents planning to come together to celebrate the Coronation of King Charles III only have ten days left to apply for a FREE road closure.
Street parties offer residents the chance to catch up with old neighbours, enjoy meeting new neighbours and even make some new lifelong friends. If you’re planning a street party, a temporary road closure may be necessary.
Councillor Beverley Dunlop, Portfolio Holder for Tourism, Culture and Vibrant Places commented:
“Following on from the Queen’s Jubilee last year, we’ve waived the fees for road closures across Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole once again, and want to encourage everyone to get together with their neighbours for some fun and friendship.
“Street parties are a great way to mark this momentous occasion and bring communities together – and it’s really easy to apply for a street party, so don’t delay, plan your street party today!”