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Christmas parade road closures

The annual Christmas Parade takes place this evening.

Persons wanting to take children for a glimpse of Santa and tons of exciting entertainment should be aware that the parade will leave Par-la-Ville Road car park at 5pm and exit left onto Church Street before continuing along Par-la-Ville Road to Front Street.

The parade will then turn left onto Court Street and left along Church Street.

Police today advised that road closures will be enforced between 4pm and 8pm.

Any vehicles parked within the perimeter of the road closures from 4.30pm must stay there until the parade has passed or concluded.

The entire length of Par-La-Ville Road is now closed between Serpentine Road and Front Street to allow the parade to form up.

Also closed, Front Street between Woodbourne Avenue (Pitts Bay Road) and King Street; Reid Street, between Queen Street and King Street; Queen Street between Front Street and Church Street; Burnaby Street between Front Street and Church Street.

Parliament Street between Front Street and Victoria Street; Court Street between Front Street and Victoria Street, and Church Street between Bermudiana Road and King Street is also closed.

Said a Police spokesman: “Traffic travelling into the city from Pitts Bay Road will be diverted North along Woodbourne Avenue; traffic travelling into the City from the East will be diverted right up Spurling Hill.”

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Published November 27, 2011 at 4:07 pm (Updated November 27, 2011 at 4:07 pm)

Christmas parade road closures

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