VARIOUS road closures will be in place in Lymm village on Saturday for the return of the Lymm May Queen Festival which was postponed earlier in the year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The event will have an Olympics theme and Rose Queen will be Leah Poole, while May Queen will be Charlotte Booker, who are both excited and very much looking forward to being crowned after missing out when last year’s event had to be cancelled due to the pandemic.
Various road closures have been put in place for the occasion meaning, no cart, carriage, motor car, lorry or other vehicles (except vehicles taking part in the event, Police, Ambulance and Fire Service vehicles and Mail Carts) and no horses or other animal be allowed to remain in or travel along or over any of the undermentioned streets between the hours of 12pm and 2pm on Saturday 25th September 2021 as follows:
Between the hours of 12:00pm and 2:00pm:
Statham Avenue Whitbarrow Road to Statham Close
Between the hours of 12:30pm and 2:30pm:
Eagle Brow Brookfield Road to The Cross
The Cross Eagle Brow to New Road
New Road The Cross to Dane Bank Road East
Pepper Street The Cross to Rectory Lane
Between the hours of 1:00pm and 2:30pm on as the procession progresses along the undermentioned street for as long as is required for the safe passage of the Parade:
Whitbarrow Road Statham Avenue to Brookfield Road
Brookfield Road Whitbarrow Road to Eagle Brow
Pepper Street Rectory Lane to Crosfield Avenue
Crosfield Avenue Pepper Street to Rose Bank
Rose Bank Crosfield Avenue to Grove Rise
Grove Rise Rose Bank to Pepper Street
Bicycles and Tricycles are included in the term “vehicle” and must not be ridden through any of the above streets during the hours specified. Any person willfully acting in contravention of the above order will be liable to a penalty not exceeding £400.
Vehicular access to premises will only be permitted under the guidance of the organisers. Pedestrian and emergency routes will be maintained.