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Harrow Council to waive street fees for King’s coronation

The Mayor of Harrow, Cllr Janet Mote, has announced that the Harrow Council will waive street fees for people who want to hold coronation parties.

The Mayor made the announcement in a video message posted on the Council’s social media channels, encouraging people in Harrow to mark the upcoming coronation of King Charles III in style.

“I’m sure you can all remember the wonderful time that we had at the Platinum Jubilee last year. Now it’s time to look forward to the King’s coronation. I know that many of you will want to mark this wonderful, historic occasion with street parties,” said Cllr Janet Mote in the video message.Harrow Council to waive street fees for King's coronation Harrow Online

The council’s decision to waive the street fees is aimed at enabling everyone to come together and celebrate the coronation in style. The Mayor emphasized that the coronation is a historic occasion that deserves to be celebrated by everyone in the community.

“I’m delighted to let you know that Harrow Council are going to waive the street fees so that everybody can come together and have such an amazing time,” added the Mayor.

The best way to apply for a street closure for the coronation parties is through the Harrow Council’s website. The Mayor urged residents to use the website to apply for the street closure and make the most of the opportunity to celebrate the coronation with their neighbours.