Hounslow residents were encouraged to come together to mark the Coronation of Their Majesties, King Charles III and Camilla, Queen Consort over the special weekend of community celebrations in May.
Neighbours, friends and families celebrated the landmark event in many different ways, bringing the Coronation festivities to life in the borough.
The Council helped residents to gather and enjoy their own street parties by waiving the fees for road closures during the special May bank holiday weekend. The Council also waived administration and site hire charges for anyone hosting a free community event in Hounslow parks between Saturday 6 and Monday 8 May.
Grants were also available through the Council’s Thriving Communities Fund for up to £1,000 for community events.
What's on in Hounslow
The Council is supporting a variety of events to celebrate this historic occasion.
Across the borough, we have over 60 Coronation events, including dozens of street parties from Bedfont to Chiswick during the weekend.
There will be celebrations galore across the borough for all ages and communities organised by a range of local organisations.
More information and ways to stay connected
This page will be updated with news on community events across the Borough, including local libraries and schools.
A range of events, upcoming activities and places to visit can be found by visiting the In-Hounslow website.
For email updates, sign up to the Council’s newsletters.
Residents can also follow the Council for regular Coronation updates and news on its social media channels by signing up through these links:
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