Performers wanted for Sidmouth’s royal street party

PUBLISHED: 12:53 10 March 2011

Prince William and Kate Middleton, during a photocall in the State Apartments of St James's Palace, London to mark their engagement. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday November 16, 2010. See PA story ROYAL Wedding Parents. Photo credit should read: John Stillwell/PA Wire; EADT 17.11.10; EADT 6.1.11

Prince William and Kate Middleton, during a photocall in the State Apartments of St James's Palace, London to mark their engagement. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday November 16, 2010. See PA story ROYAL Wedding Parents. Photo credit should read: John Stillwell/PA Wire; EADT 17.11.10; EADT 6.1.11

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Tickets to ‘buy’ 100 tables for Sidmouth’s Royal Wedding street party go on sale Monday

TICKETS to ‘buy’ tables for Sidmouth’s Royal Wedding street party, will go on sale on Monday.

One hundred tables, to seat six, have been booked by Sidmouth Chamber of Commerce, who are applying for Church Street and New Street to be closed for the afternoon of the big day on Friday, April 29.

Matt Fudge at The Anchor, Old Fore Street, will sell the tables at £20 a time and keep a record of which places have gone.

As well as forms in the Sidmouth Herald, the Anchor will also have booking forms to complete.

There has already been considerable interest in the picnic party, which will have a red, white and blue theme.

Partygoers are asked to dress in these colours, and decorate their tables in them too.

The Chamber is looking for talented performers and musicians, willing to perform on the day, to come forward. Chairman Richard Eley is waiting to hear on (01395) 515544.

Award-winning Sidmouth Town Band has agreed to perform for the event, which runs from 4-7pm, with tables available from 3pm. Plans are afoot for other family entertainment.

King of Chit, Mike Dibble, has agreed to be MC and Sidmouth Town Council has been supportive, lending its bunting for the occasion.

*If you would like to book a table, complete your form at The Anchor before Friday, April 22 (Good Friday).


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