Lord Mayor's Day 2015

    This year’s Lord Mayor’s Day will take place in Plymouth City Centre on Saturday 6 June between 10am and 5pm. You can find Radio Plymouth enjoying the day sponsored by Amey.

    The annual event will welcome the new Lord Mayor into their role and will give the opportunity for the people of Plymouth to celebrate this occasion.

    This year’s theme will be the 200th Anniversary of Napoleon on HMS Bellerophon in the Plymouth Sound.

    Local community groups, organisations and charities will be able to take part in the day by taking part in the amazing walking parade, showcase on the stage under the Big screen or have a stall to promote and raise awareness. There will be a children’s activity area on Guildhall Square between 11am and 5pm, street entertainment by the Sundial and Place de Brest and some children’s fairground rides.

    Plymouth University will be holding their ‘Set Sail with Plymouth University’ event at Drake Place on the University campus between 9.30am and 1.30pm. There will be plenty of entertainment for the family and the walking parade will depart from Drake’s Place at 1pm. To find out more details please visit Plymouth University website.

    Street Entertainment - (10am to 4pm, Sundial)

    10am to 4pm - Radio Plymouth Facepainting and Photo Board
    10.15am - Nautical Stiltwalkers
    10.30am - Billy Wizz balloon making and magic tricks
    11.45am - Nautical Stiltwalkers
    12.30pm - Ian Marchant's Juggling Show
    2pm - Nautical Stiltwalkers
    2.15pm - Ian Marchant's Juggling Show
    3.15pm - Ian Marchant's Juggling Show
    3.30pm - Nautical Stiltwalkers

    Stage Entertainment - (10am to 4pm, Piazza)

    Singing, dancing and entertainment.

    10am - Pilgrimaires
    10.20am - Masters Academy Plymouth
    10.30am - Royal Marine Volunteer Cadet Corps
    10.50am - Natasha's Bollywood Dance School
    11am - Plymouth Mayflower Chorus
    11.15am - M-Pire Dance
    11.30am - MacMillan Martial Arts Academy
    11.40am - Upon a Wish
    11.55am - Street Factory CIC
    12.10pm - All Stars Theatre Group
    12.30pm -  Ameera Dance
    12.45pm - PCC Sound Council
    1pm - Shuffle the Deck
    1.20pm - Sound House Youth Brass Band
    1.45pm - Parade arrives
    2pm - Lord Mayor's speech
    2.05pm - Stiltskin Arts & Theatre Company
    2.15pm - HMS Heroes
    2.30pm - Hartley House Dance Club
    2.45pm - Montpelier Primary School
    3pm - Jamiella Dance Studio
    3.10pm - Plymouth Party Princesses
    3.25pm - Filipino British Association
    3.35pm - Starlines Theatre School
    3.50pm - Multi Starz

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    They undertake planned maintenance, emergency reactive works and improvement schemes to deliver a world class highways network covering 900km of highway, 1,200km of footway and cycle paths and 28,000 lighting columns.


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