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Yet again a top-notch team of experts from Peacock Promotions is voluntarily helping put together the St George's Parade this year on Sunday 25th April but we're also working on a new team delivering a brand new event, the St George Festival which will solely be a static event focus on having fun in front of the Town Hall in Albert Square, Central Manchester including musical and theatrical entertainment, vintage vehicles and a themed Market incorporating an English themed Pub, traditional food stalls and local Arts and Crafts which will be held on Friday 23rd, Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th April in Albert Square.

The parade is a cavalcade of floats, bands and walking parties that snake their way into the city centre via Oldham Road & Oldham Street in a celebration of the diversity of the Mancunian communities and culture. A fusion of colourful, noisy and flamboyant fun for all which begins just east of the city before passing through the city centre via Piccadilly Gardens and out along Newton Street, Great Ancoats, Butler Street & Bradford Road. The event reflects the community spirit and this free to attend event has grown to become one of the largest St George’s Parades in the country and attracts thousands of visitors.This year’s Festival promises to be bigger and better than ever!  There will be a collection, as usual, during the parade.  This year the nominated charity is "Help for Heroes" The Parade is made possible with support from many local communities & businessess but in particular it is sponsored by The Renaissance Consortium [Made up of Lovell Builders & Adactus Housing Association] and Supported by Manchester City Council

Last Updated on Saturday, 15 May 2010 15:48  


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