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Spalding Flower Parade

An event in May in Lincolnshire
Spalding
Lincolnshire
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Event timing: May Day Bank Holiday Weekend
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A spectacular procession of tulip-decorated floats will make its way along the 3-mile route from Springfields Event Centre and wind its way through the town along the historic river stretch in front of Ayscoughfee Hall culminating at the FREE to enter Sir Halley Stewart Playing Field.

Heralded by the specially-commissioned trumpet fanfare, the Parade will be led by the magnificent float of the Flower Queen and her attendants. The Parade starts at 2pm and finishes at approximately 4pm where you will have the opportunity to view the floats close at hand.

Ample parking available. Coach parties welcome

For pre-booked groups see our website or contact:
t 01775 724843
f 01775 711209

For more information contact:
Email: info@spalding-flower-parade.org.uk
Tel: 01673 828760 / 01673 828764

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