One of the major spectacles in Fylde’s civic calendar will take place on Sunday.
Civic Sunday is always the authority’s Mayor’s first
official church service after mayor-making and this year, as always, the service is
preceded by a civic procession through the streets.
Those involved in the parade will meet at the Town Hall car park, in St Annes, at 10am.
The party moves off in a procession 10 minutes later.
The procession well be led by a mace carrier, who will proceed in front of Coun Kevin Eastham (the newly installed Fylde Mayor), other civic dignitaries from across Lancashire, and the civic party of councillors, members of the public and voluntary organisations through the streets.
The parade will finish at The Drive Methodist Church, in St Annes, where the Rev Alan Clark will lead the service, which will begin at 10.30am. Scouts and Guides will form a guard of honour at the church door.
The annual spectacle will also be attended by the Deputy Mayor of Wyre, and the Mayor of Blackpool.
For more information visit www.fylde.gov.uk