SEVERAL roads across Worcester are set to close this weekend for King Charles III's coronation festivities.

According to the list, released by Worcester City Council, on the day of the coronation, Saturday, May 6, Cathedral Square and Ennerdale Close are set to close.

The coronation will be shown live on a big screen in Cathedral Square between 10am and 3.30pm, with guests reminded to bring their own chairs.

The closure for the area has been listed for 7am to 6pm.

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Ennerdale Close, a residential road in Brickfields, will be closed between 11am to 11pm.

On Sunday, May 7, there will be a further five road closures across the city.

Green Lane in Northwick, from Bevere Close and Northwick Road, will be closed between 9am and 11pm.

Hampton Close in St John's will be closed between 11am to 9pm, and Seymour Avenue in Claines will be closed between 11am and 10pm.

Pinkett Street, also in Claines, will be closed between 9am to 11pm, as well as Sebright Avenue, between Camp Hill Road and London Road, which will be closed between 9am and 11pm.

Traffic management will be subjected to polcie determination for all of the closures in Worcester.

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Elsewhere in the city, The Guildhall will be lit up red, white and blue, and will also be showing the coronation on a big screen in the Lower Hall from 10am, with people welcome to bring food and drinks.

Also on Saturday, between 9am and 5pm, Cotswold Markets will hold their monthly food and craft market on High Street.

The Claines Community Coronation Celebration, from 2pm to 5pm on Sunday, will include a fancy dress parade, live music, street food, a bar, and games and activities for children.

Sunday will also see Coronation Big Lunches staged at venues across the country, with the mayor of Worcester, Adrian Gregson, set to host one at the Guildhall at midday.

Later in the day, at 4pm, a special evensong service will take place at Worcester Cathedral with councillors, former mayors and alderman joining the procession that will make its way from Guildhall.

Then on Monday, May 8, people across the country will take part in The Big Help Out, with Worcester Cathedral inviting residents to pop by between 11am and 2pm to find out how they can get involved.