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Norwich City Parade Information
The parade will begin at 7pm on Tuesday 10th May, where Paul Lambert and the football team will be on an open topped bus parading around the city.
The parade will begin in Theatre Street and will then travel along Rampant Horse Street and Red Lion Street, before completing its tour at the far end of Castle Meadow at its junction with Bank Plain.
Access/travel and other information
Castle Gardens, Castle Green, the bridge and Castle Mound, will not be open to the public or accessible as viewing areas.
People are reminded that the city centre (and therefore parade route) is a no drinking zone.
A ticketed viewing area is available for wheelchair users. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01603 760760 ext 2255 for more information.
Motorcycle parks in St Peters Street, above the Norwich Market public toilets, Bethel Street, Theatre Street and Farmers Avenue will be closed from 10pm on Monday 9 May to 9pm on Tuesday 10 May.
Bike racks in front of City Hall will be closed from 10pm on Monday 9 May to 9pm on Tuesday 10 May.
There will be no access to the newly-refurbished Memorial Gardens from the evening before the event until around 10pm on Tuesday 10 May.
Road closures will be in place for the event. St Peters Street and Bethel Street are both planned to be closed to traffic from 2pm.
There will be diversions from bus stops on Westlegate, Red Lion Street, Theatre Street and Castle Meadow.
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Up until 4pm on Tuesday 10 May buses will operate as normal. From 4pm services will operate at normal times, just from a different place. The diversions will apply until 6am on Wednesday 11 May.
Park & Ride services will operate normally at Costessey and Sprowston sites with the last buses from the bus station at 6.30pm. Extra buses will serve the other four sites (Airport, Harford, Postwick and Thickthorn) every 15 to 20 minutes with the last buses from the bus station at 8.30pm.
Airport and Sprowston services will terminate at Upper King Street after 4pm. Passengers returning to these sites will need to catch these services at Upper King Street NOT the bus station. All other Park & Ride services will operate from the bus station as normal.
Extra Park & Ride services will be available every 15 to 20 minutes to all Park & Ride sites.
Gaol Hill is planned to be closed from 4.30pm, but this may be earlier dependant on safety issues.
Chantry car park will be closed for exit from 6.45pm for approximately half an hour, when left hand exit only will be allowed.
To find out more you can click on the link above to go to Norwich City Council's website.
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