Why Brum's 200-year-old Trafalgar Day tradition could be scrapped

Why Brum's 200-year-old Trafalgar Day tradition could be scrapped
 

Birmingham's traditional Trafalgar Day is at risk – because organisers cannot afford the cost of extra security.
The annual commemoration of Nelson’s naval victory has taken place in the city every year for more than 200 years.
But with less than three weeks to go before the event, a number of groups have told organisers they will have to pull out.
The parade and service is due to take place next to Nelson’s historic statue in the Bullring on the morning of Sunday October 23.
But officers from HMS Foward, the ship closely associated with Birmingham, as well as youth groups such as the sea... read more

 
5 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 33
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