It’s (street) party time in Liverpool!

Friends and neighbours in 62 Liverpool streets will be marking the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Weekend with a street party.

The city council’s highways team has worked closely with all applicants to waive road closure fees and ensure the relevant traffic orders are in place for residents to spill out into their approved local area to celebrate the long weekend.

The parties will take place at various times from Thursday 2 to Sunday 5 June in the following locations (street name, ward):

Addington Road, Church

Alcester Road, West Derby

Allington Street, St Michael’s

Argyle Road, Speke – Garston

Aspes Road, Yew Tree

Barn Hey Green, West Derby

Bellcote Way, Cressington

Blacklock Hall Road, Speke – Garston

Bodmin Road, County

Brayfield Road, Clubmoor

Canterbury Street, Speke – Garston

Charterhouse Road, Allerton and Hunts Cross

Cleveley Road, Allerton and Hunts Cross

Courtney Road, Woolton

Crosby Green, West Derby

Crossfield Road, Picton

Danescourt Road, West Derby

Daneville Road, Clubmoor

David Street, Riverside

Dunsdon Road, Woolton

Errington Court, Mossley Hill

Eton Street, County

Fawley Road, Church

Stalmine Road, Warbreck

Firdale Road, Warbreck

Garden Lane, Fazakerley

General Drive, Yew Tree

Glaisher Street, Everton

Glenville Close, Woolton

Granard Road, Wavertree

Green Lane North, Childwall

Hahnemann Road, County

Highbank Drive , Speke – Garston

Jacob Street, Riverside

Jacob Street, Riverside

July Road, Tuebrook and Stoneycroft

Lancaster Street, County

Masters Way, Speke – Garston

Melbreck Road, Cressington

Meredale Road, Church

Milverton Street, Kensington and Fairfield

Minver Road, Yew Tree

Montrose Road, Tuebrook and Stoneycroft

Moorcroft Road, Allerton and Hunts Cross

Moss Street, Speke – Garston

Needham Road, Kensington and Fairfield

Olton Street, Wavertree

Orford Street, Wavertree

Pitville Road, Church

Ridgetor Road, Woolton

Rockfield Road, Anfield

September Road, Tuebrook and Stoneycroft

Stand Park Road, Childwall

Stonedale Crescent, Croxteth

Stoneycroft Close, Tuebrook and Stoneycroft

Swainson Road, Fazakerley

The Caledonia, Princes Park

The Close, Warbreck

Tulip Road, Wavertree

Waylands Drive, Allerton and Hunts Cross

Whitland Road, Kensington and Fairfield

Wyresdale Road, Fazakerley

Liverpool’s Assistant Mayor and Cabinet Member for Culture and Visitor Economy, Councillor Harry Doyle, said: “Liverpool is a city that loves a party and it’s great to see so many residents take the opportunity to host a community get-together – whether they’re celebrating the jubilee, or just making the most of the long bank holiday, is great to see Liverpool’s community spirit out in force.

“I’d like to wish all the organisers best of luck for the weekend and I hope their parties are a huge success.”

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