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MAYOR'S PARADE AND CHURCH SERVICE 2008
Sunday June 22nd saw the Mayor of Louth's Civic Parade and Church Service take place.  This year civic dignitaries from around the County attended including the High Sheriff, Lord Norton of Louth, the Chairman of Lincolnshire County Council, the Mayor of North East Lincolnshire, the Chairman of South Kesteven District Council, the Chairman of North Kesteven District Council, the Chairman of South Holland District Council, the Chairman of West Lindsey District Council, the Mayor of Boston Borough Council, the town Mayor of Gainsborough, the town Mayor of Sleaford, the town Mayor of Mablethorpe and Sutton on Sea, the town Mayor of Bourne, the town Mayor of Coningsby, the town Mayor of Spilsby and the town Mayor of Burgh Le Marsh.  Louth Town Councillors also took part and over 250 paraders from organisations such as the Royal British Legion Louth Branch, Army Cadet Force, the Air Cadet Force - 1228 Louth Squadron, the King Edward VI Combined Cadet Force, the Louth Police Cadets, the Guides, the Scouts, the Brownies and the Rainbows also participated.  The parade, marshaled by Company Serjeant Major Alan Glendenning and led by the Market Rasen RPC Band set off from Northgate carpark at 11.20am and halted near the Fish Shambles at 11.25am in order that the Civic Party could join.  It then proceeded up Mercer Row, turned left onto Upgate and marched to St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church where a church service was conducted by Father Paul Lloyd.  After the service the parade reformed and began the march back to the Town Hall where a buffet was provided by Alvingham Caterers.  Louth Town Council would like to thank everyone who took part in the event for making the day such a wonderful success.

 

 

 

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