Fleetwood Market gets the Royal treatment thi ..
May 12 - 2022
To celebrate Her Majesty the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, Fleetwood Market is inviting visitors to become a ‘Royal for the Day’ with their exciting Jubilee event!
As one of the most celebrated and historic markets in the North West, Fleetwood Market is fit for a Queen (or a King!) all year round and on Friday 3 June there is a host of amazing activities for visitors to enjoy and feel like a ‘Royal for the Day!’
This fantastic free event includes lots of opportunities to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee and is sure to be a great day out for all the family. Starting at 10am with activities and experiences available to enjoy until 4pm.
Visitors will be able to pose in the ‘Royal gallery’ located in the Main Hall of the Market and have their picture taken on the throne complete with crown, sceptre, robe and even Corgis!
Families can take a ‘Royal tour’ around the outside of the Market in the beautiful horse-drawn Royal Carriage, giving their best ‘Royal’ wave to the passers-by!
There will be lots of creative Jubilee art and craft workshops for people to take part in and create their very own commemorative plates, Jubilee flags and even their very own beautiful crowns!
Children can also enjoy a bounce on the ‘Buckingham Palace’ bouncy castle in the outdoor Market.
All activities are completely free to enjoy and visitors can also pick up a bargain or two from the unique and diverse stalls to be found at Fleetwood Market and enjoy some delicious food from one of our award-winning food stalls.
Councillor Lynne Bowen Portfolio Holder for Leisure, Health and Community Engagement says,
“Following the success of the recent Dinosaurs Alive event, we are very excited to host this brand new event at Fleetwood Market to celebrate Her Majesty the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
“Visitors are in for a very special experience and we are pleased to be able to host this event entirely free of charge for all of our visitors to enjoy!”
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