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St Patrick's Day Parade

13 March 2016 11:00am - 4:30pm

The Leeds St Patrick's Day Parade is in its seventeenth year of celebrating all things Irish

 

Since the year 2000, The Leeds Irish Community have celebrated St Patrick's Day with Irish Music, culture and dance.

This is a fantastic event for families and friends of all ages, and all are welcome to join in the fun on Millennium Square.

www.leedsgoingirish.co.uk

The Parade will take approximately 45 minutes to complete its route. Road closures will be in place from 10:30 to 11:45am and managed on a rolling-closure basis.

Short-term traffic disruption should be expected. 

Parking bay suspensions will be in place ALL DAY for Portland Crescent and Cookridge St.

Route of Parade and times:

The Parade departs Millennium Sq. at 11am taking the following route:

Cookridge St.

Park Row

Boar Lane

Duncan St

New Market St

Vicar Lane

The Headrow

Cookridge Street ending Millennium Square


Price:   Free event

Contact details:   www.leedsgoirish.co.uk

Additional information:  

Millennium Square 

Calverley Street
Leeds
LS2 3AD

Details  

Leeds' award winning outdoor public space and live entertainment venue

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Access  

Millennium Square can be accessed off Portland Gate / Portland Crescent, Cookridge Street, Rossington Street, Great George Street or Calverley Street with level / sloped access provided at each of these points. Exact entrance and exit arrangements will vary depending on specific events. The Square itself follows the natural topography of the surrounding ground levels and slopes down from North to South. Seating is provided to the North and West edges of the Square in the form of metal benches which incorporate back rests and arm rests. When a large event is being held in the Square and public toilets underneath the Broderick Terrace to the North East of the Square are in use for that event, two disabled persons toilets with a choice of right and left handed transfer and can be accessed via radar locks will be available, and are accessible via a ramped approach. Otherwise the nearest disabled persons toilets are located in the Leeds City Museum which is on the Eastern edge of the Square (subject to museum opening hours): The nearest Changing Places toilet to Millennium Square is located in the Leeds Gallery Shop & Café, Central Library and Art Gallery, The Headrow, LS1 3AA. Nearby on street designated disabled persons parking (4 hour time limit, no return within 1 hour) is available on: Portland Gate (to the North side of the Square) Portland Crescent (to the North side of the Square) Rossington Street (to the South East side of the Square) Cookridge Street (to the South side of the Square) Alexander Street (to the South side of the Square) Calverley Street (to the West side of the Square) Woodhouse Lane multi storey car park also provides non-time limited designated disabled persons parking on Levels 1 and 7 which is free for blue badge holders.

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