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King’s Coronation: Full list of Gedling borough street parties and road closures planned as celebrations commence

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People across Gedling borough are getting ready to celebrate the coronation of King Charles III in style. From Calverton to Carlton, and Netherfield to Newstead, Nottinghamshire County Council has revealed a list of streets that have applied for road closures for street parties over the long weekend, from Saturday May 6, to Monday, May 8.

King Charles III’s coronation will take place on Saturday, May 6 at Westminster Abbey in London. The service will be televised live on BBC One and BBC iPlayer, and will be available to watch in many countries across the globe as households come together to watch the historical moment. The public are being urged to adopt a community spirit by getting involved in events around them – from volunteering activities to partying with the neighbours.

Pubs, bars and clubs across England and Wales will also be able to stay open for an extra two hours on the Friday and Saturday to help you make the most of the coronation weekend.

Here is the full list of road closures and street parties in Gedling borough over the bank holiday weekend:

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Mere Avenue, Calverton (Closed 06/05/23)

Vernon Avenue, Carlton (Closed 06/05/23)

Coronation Road, Woodthorpe (Closed 06/05/23)

Northcliffe Avenue, Mapperley (Closed 06/05/2023)

Abingdon Gardens, Woodthorpe (Closed 07/05/2023)

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Norman Road, Carlton (Closed 07/05/2023)

Robinson Road, Mapperley (Closed 07/05/2023)

Villiers Road, Woodthorpe (Closed 07/05/2023)

Imperial Avenue, Gedling (Closed 07/05/2023)

South View Road, Carlton (Closed 08/05/2023)

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