Partying in the streets to mark Royal occasion

Stony Stratford gears up for the Royal wedding
Stony Stratford gears up for the Royal wedding

ROYAL fever is sweeping Milton Keynes as a series of street parties have been planned across the city.

Thirty four gatherings have been organised to mark Prince William’s marriage to Kate Middleton tomorrow.

n In Stony Stratford, the High Street is decorated with red, white and blue bunting and Union Flags.

n Wood Street in Woburn Sands has also put up celebration bunting.

n Parent Angela Keeley is bringing fancy dress for St Mary’s Primary pupils in Wavendon to wear from her new business The Vintage Style Company.

n Mary Lindsay from Giffard Park has helped organised a party in Bromham Mill.

n Frankston Avenue in Stony Stratford will be putting up 1,200 flags and planning a street party to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Care.

n In Wolverton, people will be celebrating at the Community Orchard, with a fancy dress contest for the best ‘married’ couple.

n The bells will ring out across Newport Pagnell with bell-ringers from the parish church watching on TV and beginning their service when William and Kate leave Westminster Abbey.