Kent County Council have released an application form for holding a Jubilee Street Party for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
This type of Road Closure ONLY applies to the following type of event:
- For residents/neighbours only
- Small cul-de-sac and quiet estate roads
- No selling is involved
The form is suitable for applications for road closures over the 2022 Jubilee Bank Holiday weekend. The weekend covers Thursday 2nd June, Friday 3rd June, Saturday 4th June and Sunday 5th June.
Further advice, risk assessments and insurance can be obtained from www.streetparty.org.uk
In Sandgate, the beacon by Sir John Moore’s Memorial on Sandgate Esplanade will be lit, as part of a national Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Beacons event, on Thursday 2nd June at 9.45pm.
Sandgate Parish Council, Sandgate Society and others are also planning a seafront (Granville Parade) and beach party on Sunday 5th June. More details when we have them!
We also hope venues, pubs, cafes, bars and restaurants through Sandgate will be joining in the celebrations and making it a weekend to remember.
In addition, any street or area can hold its own street party: the more the merrier! If you are planning on doing so and need a road closure, check the rules on the form, and please consult neighbours. Forms should be completed and returned to Kent County Council (not Sandgate) by 31st March.Application-for-Street-Parties-for-Jubilee