THE MAYOR’S CIVIC SUNDAY traditional Parade and Service takes place on 27th June 2010.
The first leg of the Parade will start at 1.35pm in Market Place and head towards St Augustine’s Church for the Service at 2pm. The formal salute to the Mayor will take place at 3.00pm – again in the Market Place.
The Mayor Councillor Mrs Brenda Goldspink and her Consort Mr Tom Goldspink will be joined by fellow Hedon Town Councillors and other civic dignitaries including the Chairman of the East Riding Council, Councillor David Rudd, and the Lord Lieutenant for the East Riding of Yorkshire, The Honourable Mrs Elizabeth Susan Cunliffe-Lister.
Everyone is welcome to attend and support this annual civic event and service.
Please note: Road closures will be in operation between 1pm and 4pm on this day and bus service 277 will be diverted.
DID YOU KNOW: Town Criers were the original news broadcasters?
The Town crier would read a proclamation, usually at the door of the local inn, then nail it to the doorpost of the inn. The tradition has resulted in the expression “posting a notice” and the naming of newspapers as “The Post”. In blogging we still refer to a written article as a “post”