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Residents across Ealing celebrate the Coronation of King Charles III with street parties on 6 May 2023

Residents across Ealing’s seven towns of Acton, Ealing, Greenford, Hanwell, Northolt, Perivale and Southall are joining the nation today (6 May 2023) with street parties and community events taking place to celebrate the Coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla. 

Bunting will be out, cakes will be eaten and roads will be closed to allow residents to enjoy the day. With predictions of rain, umbrellas will also likely be on display but organisers of street parties say the weather won’t put them off celebrating the day in style.

To help residents organise a street party for King Charles III Coronation, Ealing Council like many other councils removed the fee to close roads. It has also offered up to £150 per street for organising a party. While, not all local councils are offering any contribution towards putting on a street party, neighbouring borough Hounslow offered up to £500 per street for a party in its borough.

View the full list below of street parties taking place on May 6 2023 and the road closures that will be in place.

Saturday May 6 2023

3pm – 7pm Eastbourne Avenue Acton From junction Emmanuel Avenue to junction Grasmere Ave
10am – 7pm Greenend Road Chiswick From junction Saltcoats Road to junction Hamilton Road
10am – 7pm Montgomery Road Chiswick Whole road
11am – 7pm Rusthall Avenue Chiswick From junction Wadhurst Road to junction Eridge Road
1pm – 7pm Whellock Road Chiswick Whole road
10am – 7pm Chandos Avenue Ealing Whole road
11.30am – 7pm Curzon Road Ealing Whole road
10am – 7pm Hamilton Road Ealing Whole road
2pm – 7pm Hereford Road Ealing Whole road
1pm – 7pm Julien Road Ealing From number 12 to number 46
10am – 7pm Temple Road Ealing From junction Netherbury Road to junction Weymouth Avenue
11am – 7pm Dimmock Drive Greenford From junction Matthews Road to cul-de-sac at eastern end of Dimmock Drive
10am – 7pm Bordars Walk Hanwell Whole road
10am – 7pm Cantley Road Hanwell Whole road
12pm – 7pm Clitherow Avenue Hanwell From junction Haslemere Avenue to junction Cardiff Road
11am – 7pm Montague Avenue Hanwell From junction Montague Road to junction Maunder Road
1.30pm – 7pm Netheravon Road Hanwell Whole road
12pm – 7pm St Marks Road Hanwell From junction Bostonthorpe Road to junction Churchfield Road
11am – 5pm Clauson Avenue Northolt Whole road
12pm – 7pm Compton Crescent Northolt Outside 55 to 71 Compton Crescent
10am – 7pm Cranleigh Gardens Southall Junction of Longboat Row to entranceway to flats 81-169 Cranleigh Gardens
2pm – 7pm George Street Southall Whole road
4pm – 6pm Gordon Road Southall From junction Rosamun Street to end of cul-de-sac
12pm – 6pm Tachbrook Road Southall from junction Leamington Road to end of cul-de-sac
11am – 7pm Bernard Avenue West Ealing Whole road
12pm – 7pm Crossway West Ealing From junction with Avalon Road to the end of the close (cul-de-sac end)
10am – 7pm Culmington Road West Ealing From junction Churchfield Road to junction Elers Road
2pm – 7pm Kingsdown Avenue West Ealing From junction of St Aidans Road to junction Lavington Road
12pm – 7pm Midhurst Road West Ealing From junction Hessel Road to junction Balfour Road

As well as the street parties, a series of special events for all ages will be taking place at Walpole Park, Acton and Northala Fields.

On the day itself of the coronation on 6 May 2023 from 10.30am to 10pm, Walpole Park will be screening the coronation and partake in a variety of food and drink as well as a kids funfair and a grand finale with fireworks.

There will also be live musical performances from a variety of artists and performers including Shir (a mixture of Jewish, Middle Eastern and Klezmer Music), Ealing Rock Choir, Latino artist Rene Alvarez and his band, and Southall’s Nishi Malhotra leading her group.

Admission is free but tickets needed to be reserved in advance and have now all been taken.

Also on the same day, events will be happening in Acton and Northolt. At Acton Park and Northala Fields, between 6pm and 10pm there will be food and drink as well as fireworks for residents to enjoy.

Ealing Council leader, Councillor Peter Mason said: “The King’s coronation will be a special moment, and a wonderful opportunity for us to come together to express our civic pride and celebrate together. I hope you will take advantage of the chance to join in the festivities to mark this historic event.”

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