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Police warning ahead of Ulverston event

POLICE have warned motorists in Ulverston to expect disruption ahead of an annual event.

This year’s Ulverston Carnival Parade takes place on Saturday July 5 and will see several event in the town centre and Ford Park throughout the day.

Road closures have been granted for streets along the parade route and the restrictions will be in place from midday to 4pm.

The parade starts at 1pm and will form at Ford Park and Hart Street. The parade will then travel right on to Fountain Street and pass through Soutergate, Sun Street, Stanley Street, Mill Street, King Street, Queen Street, Cavendish Street, New Market Street, Market Street and Union Street before returning to Hart Street.

The whole of the Ulverston town centre area is a designated alcohol free area.

Sergeant Rupert Johnston said: “We are looking forward to what should be a great parade and ask that members of the public enjoy the event responsibly. We hope that members of the public work with us in order to make sure everyone has a safe and enjoyable afternoon.”

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