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Coronation bank holiday
CORONATION STREET: The sun didn't have his hat on and the Nailsea People photographer could have done with an huge umbrella on Monday morning, April 24, but the High Street bollards did wear crowns and other assorted decorative headwear thanks to enthusiastic army led by Nailsea Town Council community wellbeing officer Jessica Brown. The village people set to work creating a festive streetscape in readiness for the coronation on Saturday, May 6. Councillor Liz Frappell and Tina Davey were among those 'lending a hand' as literally hundreds of knitters had spent weeks making the colourful celebration baubles. The tree on the village green sprouted some hadmade pom-poms and red, white and blue bunting was hanging from on high between the shops. Sorry some of the photos are blurred because rain got on the camera lens. And the total vison was only slightly spoilt by the scaffolding and car park roadworks. Events for the coronation bank holiday weekend are on our What's On page HERE. Additional images supplied by Tina, Sally Jess, Pam and Nailsea Dentalcare, thank you
CORONATION FAIR: Slightly overcast coronation day but thanks to Nailsea Town Council well-being officer Jess and her crew the High Street and Somerset Square was filled with cheer. Brilliant stage for singers and dancers, colourful stalls, street entertainers and much, much more. Additional images supplied by Jess Brown, Steve Wright and Wendy Derrick, thank you