Pride of place must go to The Station for their Royal Wedding Garden Party at 1:30pm. The pub’s large grassed beer garden is being opened up for use by over a dozen charity, good cause or leisure stall-holders, who are all making a donation to charity.
The King’s Head is organising a Royal Wedding Karaoke and Disco starting at 2pm. The British Legion Club has a children’s disco at 11am in the morning, bingo entertainment in the afternoon and a “Good Old Fashioned knees-up!” in the evening.
Haven Arms is hosting another beer and cider festival over the Bank Holiday and will be holding a traditional street party event and showing the Royal Wedding live on its giant cinema screen.
And just a short hop away in Paull, the Crown Inn is serving breakfast at 10am before the wedding, showing it live on the big screen, a family barbecue in the afternoon and lighting of the beacon at 5pm folowed by karaoke.
So love it or hate it – and some people are cynical about the wedding – then you certainly have lots of places to celebrate or ‘drown your sorrows’ in the local area!