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St George's Day Parade - Middleton

28 April 2019

Sunday 28 April 2019
2pm - 4.30pm

From Jubilee Park to Middleton Gardens


Middleton St George's Day Parade:

  • Assemble in Jubilee Park
  • onto Long Street 
  • Durnford Street 
  • Rectory Street 
  • Wood Street
  • Conclude at Middleton Gardens

There will not be a procession prior to the church service at 2.30pm at St Leonard’s Parish Church. The service will finish at 3.15pm ahead of a procession at 3.30pm.

The parade, including representatives of numerous uniformed groups, organisations and churches, and distinguished guests, will assemble in Jubilee Park behind the Library, turning left onto Long Street, right onto Durnford Street.

The route will then continue onto Rectory Street and Wood Street before concluding at Middleton Gardens.

Entry fee: Free

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