Manx government issues Royal wedding party advice

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Kate Middleton and Prince William
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The government is expecting to close some island roads to allow communities to celebrate the Royal wedding

The Isle of Man government has issued information on how to organise a Royal wedding street party.

Residents across the island can follow advice on how to apply for a temporary road closure and confirm an event date.

The marriage of Prince William to Kate Middleton is on Friday 29 April, which has been confirmed as a public holiday.

The Chief Minister said: "We want to make it easier for communities to hold events without having to plough through mountains of red tape."

The guidance notes and application form are available online.

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