Southampton council urges residents to apply now for licenses to hold royal wedding street parties
March 11, 2011 by Gareth
As people around the country get set to celebrate the biggest royal wedding since Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer tied the knot back in 1981, councils are urging residents to follow official channels when planning their festivities to celebrate the marriage of Prince William and Katherine Middleton. Southampton Council in particular is urging residents to apply for permission to hold street parties as soon as possible, with the closing date for applications being the 1st of April. With this in mind, the council may find it beneficial to work with a local company offering services such as flyer printing in Southampton to create awareness of the need to apply for permission to hold a street party.
The council is also offering an information pack along with a list of answers to frequently asked questions about street parties and is hoping that people will hold parties safely and responsibly throughout the region. For those residents who are unable to host their own street party, the council are planning to host a large one in Guildhall Square on Friday 29th April, the day of the Royal Wedding. As this is a bank holiday, many people will be looking to spend their leisure time at such street parties so the council could also use companies offering flyer printing in Southampton to promote this event too. By promoting the event using a tried-and-tested method of advertising like flyer printing, Southampton Council can be certain that the day will be a success.