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Royal Weddings may not delight everyone, but on 19th May Prince Harry will marry Meghan Markle and it might be that you and some of your fellow residents would like to host a street party (rather than watch the FA cup final?!)

If you would like to close your street in order to host a party to celebrate the wedding, you can do so for free (normally a fee is payable to Bucks CC) — but you must notify the County Council by the 19th April to do so.

To request an event pack with an application form and helpful information, email: events@buckscc.gov.uk.

Please note that guidance on holding a street party can be found on the Government website

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