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Residents in Pangbourne are being invited to an open meeting on Friday to discuss ideas for the April event

AN open meeting for residents in Pangbourne to discuss the royal wedding will be held this Friday (February 4).

The village was the first in West Berkshire to submit a road closure to hold a street party, and organiser Martin Maynard said the village felt a certain sense of pride.

“There have been a lot of positive responses. We will look at how we are going to do it, and make sure the most important thing is that the people who live on the road affected can actually express their thoughts,” he said.

Fundraising ideas will also be discussed at the meeting, which will take place at 7pm at the Dorman Rooms in Pangbourne.

In Bucklebury, a parish celebration will be held at Bucklebury Farm Park, with each parishioner invited, and there may be a special commemorative gift for the children of the area.

Local pubs are also are gearing up for the event, which will take place on April 29.

The new owners of the Cottage Inn have said they will be holding a celebratory fun day event, and the Bladebone Inn will also soon be announcing details of what it is planning on the big day.

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