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Submitted by on April 28, 2011 – 8:13 amOne Comment

For those with no love of unelected, hereditary scroungers, there are a number of events taking place in Manchester and Salford tomorrow to hide us away from the big fat royal wedding.

Here’s a few events worth visiting:

Manchester ‘Not the Royal Wedding’ Party
Salutation pub, 12 Higher Chatham Street, Manchester, M15 6ED.

Manchester will be having its own “Not the Royal Wedding” party at the Salutation pub, in the heart of the Manchester Metropolitan University district. Join fellow republicans for a drink or two at this popular, friendly pub and celebrate people power, rather than inherited privilege, on the day of the royal wedding. We will raise our glasses to toast the future republic, and a buffet will be on offer.

The event will be held between 4pm and 9pm on Friday 29th April. The Salutation is situated 2 miles from Manchester Piccadilly Station, just off Oxford Road.

Please contact Mervyn Drage for further information – phone: 0161 684 7733, email: m.d342@btinternet.com.

OFF WITH THEIR HEADS
Friday 29th April 3pm-3am
Islington Mill, Salford £3

Yes a full twelve hours of fab events that includes an alternative community street party that questions the value of the royals. Plus there’s live editing of the official event, a Republicans versus royalists tug of war and an attempt to break a world record with the longest wedding train that’s made from knitted plastic bags.

Later on there’s DJs, wedding bands and a full on party at the Mill.

FUNERAL PROCESSION AND WAKE FOR PUBLIC SERVICES
Friday 29th April 12:30pm free
Manchester Town Hall – Hulme

A funeral procession will taking place on royal wedding day mourning the death of Welfare, Children’s Services, the NHS, Education, the Arts and Immigration. It begins at Manchester Town Hall with some speeches, followed by a sombre parade to Hulme.

Manchester and Salford people are all invited to take part but are asked to respectfully wear black to fondly remember the UK’s public services.

The Salford Star has compiled a list of five things to do tomorrow, visit www.salfordstar.com for more.

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