31 July 2015
The Londoner's Guide to London
Take part in a bona fide British tradition at the royal wedding Battersea street party. With a number of local businesses such as Chez Manny restaurant taking part, the event promises an authentic festival atmosphere for the bank holiday weekend.
High street festival
Taking place along Battersea High Street, the royal wedding Battersea street party includes a big screen where you can watch live coverage of the marriage ceremony of Prince William and Kate Middleton in Westminster Abbey. BBC London Radio will be broadcasting at the event, and there's also live music to keep all ages happy on the bank holiday Friday.
Local businesses taking part in the royal wedding Battersea street party include French restaurant Chez Manny, which is hosting a special morning brunch for all of those who want to be there in plenty of time to watch all the events of the day. The normal lunch menu will also be available at the restaurant.
There's plenty to keep families happy at the royal wedding Battersea street party, with street stalls, donkey rides and all manner of live entertainment for kids. Shops and restaurants along Battersea High Street will remain open throughout the day.
The royal wedding Battersea street party takes place from 10am, Friday 29th April 2011, and continues throughout the evening. The screening of the wedding ceremony starts at 11am. Admission is free.
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