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crowds looking at market stalls on Titchfield Park, Hucknall

Ashfield Celebrates the King’s Coronation

Residents are formally invited to celebrate the King’s Coronation with Ashfield District Council’s big screen on Titchfield Park, Hucknall.

On Saturday 6 May the park in Hucknall will play host to an outdoor screen showing the ceremony followed by a screening of family favourite film, Paddington 2.

The free event will run from 10am – 3pm (the time is approximate and subject to change dependant on the time of the Coronation but will be confirmed in advance of the event). Visitors will be able to shop with more than 45 market stalls including crafts, gifts, and foodie favourites from the Food and Drink Festival - Jamaican food from Back-a-Yard Cuisine; Blondie Brownie Bakes; vegan and gluten free sweets from Bear and Bee Sweet Company; speciality cheese; burgers; crepes; and Asian street food from Shola and Spice.

There will also be free face painting, and a walkabout prince and princess for families to enjoy.   

Robert Docherty, Executive Director of Place, said:

“The King’s Coronation is a true once-in-a-generation event and we are proud to offer residents a chance to celebrate this with the community. So pack a picnic, or buy some treats from the abundance of market stalls, and head over to Titchfield Park, Hucknall, to join the party.
“Last year the Council hosted an array of excellent free events that were attended by thousands of residents and this year we hope to exceed that success with our Splendid Summer.”