FLINTSHIRE Council has issued guidance on street parties being held for the King's Coronation.

Over the weekend May 6 and 8, people will be celebrating The Coronation of His Majesty The King.

In addition to a number of planned national events, people up and down the UK are being encouraged to get together and bring The Coronation celebrations into the heart of their own communities.

Flintshire Council has issued the following advice regarding street parties in the county:

  • A street party is a small event attended by local residents and their families (free of charge); and which isn't advertised to the wider community. It will be held in a house or garden, local green space, or a quiet residential road. 


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  • Local residents will provide the food and there will be no sale of alcohol.  Non amplified music may be played between the hours of 8am and 11pm (unless a Temporary Event Notice is in place).
  • The sale of raffle tickets for a charity or good cause may be sold on the day for prizes with a value of less than £500. 
  • If this sounds like your event and you are planning to hold it on a minor residential road, where there will be minimal impact on through traffic, you will need to apply for a Temporary Traffic Order (TTRO).    

The closing date for TTRO applications is Friday, March 31.