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Final preparations are underway for this year’s Stevenage Day.

The event takes place on Sunday 11 June, from 12-5pm, and this year’s event will celebrate an important moment in Britain’s history, the coronation of His Majesty King Charles III. The beacons will be lit at midday to celebrate this momentous occasion.

There will be a variety of attractions on offer for the whole family to enjoy on the day, including CJ Birds of Prey, Junction 7 Creatives, a surfing simulator, circus skills, face painting, ukulele playing and junk drumming, and Stevenage Football Foundation and Club’s football pitch and inflatable football game, which also ties in with the Women’s World Cup theme for this year. There will also be a variety of food and drink stalls.

Stevenage Day is going greener this year, with the two stages being solar-powered with no generators. A number of acts will be performing on both stages throughout the day, including Mel Quinn, Sam Baird, Just Rob, Why Not, and Shades of Midnight.

Everyone Active is this year’s sponsor, and staff will be on hand to carry out free health checks and give information on their new contract, providing leisure services in Stevenage. The supporting sponsors for this year’s event are Tollers Solicitors and Mullaley.

Mayor of Stevenage, Councillor Myla Arceno, said:

“Stevenage Day is always the largest event in our town’s calendar, and this year will be no exception.

“The council, our partners, and local performers and charities have worked together to make a jam-packed day of fun and entertainment for the whole family.

“I am looking forward to seeing our town come together for the day, and I hope to see you all there.”

For more information, visit our Stevenage Day web page.