Windsor is preparing to welcome guests, visitors and well-wishers from across the world to celebrate the wedding of Prince Harry to Ms. Markle.
Visitors will have a chance to view the wedding procession leave from Windsor Castle, through the town centre and along the Long Walk, where screens will show live footage as the event unfolds.
Work is well underway to ensure the occasion is a memorable and joyous one for all involved and the council is working closely with a wide range of partners.
Rail operators will be putting on extra trains and there will be park and walk and park and glide services to help people get into town. Visitors are encouraged to plan ahead and book all travel arrangements early so they can make the most of their trip.
The Royal Borough can confirm preparations include:
• A 6,000 space pre-booked car parking area will be at the Review Ground, just off the Long Walk.
• Food stalls and facilities, including big screens showing live footage of the wedding and procession, will be available on the Long Walk and in Alexandra Gardens.
• Viewing areas along the whole procession route (Castle Hill, High Street, Sheet Street, Kings Road, Albert Road and the Long Walk) will be open to visitors.
• A team of 140 Royal Borough Ambassadors have volunteered to help steward the event and assist visitors throughout the day.
• The town centre will be decorated with bunting and ceremonial banners will be hung along parts of the procession route.
• Live entertainment from local groups will be put on throughout the town centre
Visit the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead’s website for the latest information on visiting Windsor for the Royal Wedding.