Unveiled: Parade route for Yorkshire's Rio heroes
0 Have your say Here it is – the route our Rio Heroes will take during a spectacular homecoming parade in Leeds city centre tomorrow. The hotly-anticipated parade on Wednesday, September 28 will celebrate the achievements of all Yorkshire Olympic and Paralympic athletes, who made us proud with incredible performances in Brazil during the Games.
From around 5.45pm to 6.45pm, locals will have the chance to welcome back the athletes in style and line the streets as they tour the city centre on open top buses. Musical entertainment and colourful displays will add a real carnival atmosphere to... read more
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