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Road closures ahead of Household Cavalry march

Road closures ahead of Household Cavalry march

Amanda Hall

Road closures ahead of Household Cavalry march

Soldiers returning from Afghanistan will be parading through Windsor this morning.

The Princess Royal, HRH Princess Anne, will take the salute as the members of the Household Cavalry march past the Guildhall.

Some roads will be closed shortly before the parade starts at 10.30am from Combermere Barracks before proceeding along St Leonard’s Road, Frances Road, Sheet Street, High Street, Castle Hill, St Albans Street and Park Street, then returning to the barracks via Sheet Street, Frances Road and St Leonard’s Road.

Parking will not be permitted from 8am to 12noon on Sheet Street, High Street, St Albans Street and part of Park Street.

The following roads and junctions will be closed:

  • St Leonard’s Road at its junction with Bolton Road
  • A308 Frances Road
  • Sinclair Road
  • King Edward VII Hospital entrance
  • B3022 Frances Road
  • Bolton Avenue
  • A308 Osborne Road
  • Alexandra Road
  • Fairlight Avenue
  • Adelaide Square
  • Grove Road
  • Keppel Street
  • Sheet Street
  • Brook Street
  • King’s Road – when the parade has passed completely into the length of Sheet Street, vehicles will be allowed to turn left into Frances Road
  • Victoria Street – when the parade has passed completely into the length of Sheet Street north of the traffic lights at the junction with Victoria Street, vehicles will be allowed to turn right only out of Victoria Street into Sheet Street
  • Park Street
  • Church Lane.

The following roads will be closed from 10.43am to about 11.20am:

  • Sheet Street north of the traffic lights at the junction with Victoria Street
  • High Street for its entire length
  • Thames Street between the High Street and the Datchet Road/Thames Avenue junction
  • St. Albans Street for its entire length
  • Park Street.

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