The route, timings and road closures have now been confirmed as Lincoln City prepare to celebrate winning the League Two title with a city-wide coach parade on Sunday.
As previously reported, Sincil Bank was wild with celebration after Lincoln City clinched the League Two title with a goalless draw against Tranmere on Easter Monday. The Imps secured promotion to the third tier of English football for the first time in 20 years.
Lincoln City will end their league season with a home game against Colchester at Sincil Bank on Saturday, May 4.
The parade will take place on Sunday, May 5 starting at 3pm from South Park.
The parade route will be live between 3pm-4pm It will make its way through the city on its three-mile route that has been greatly extended from the previous parade in 2017.
The parade will make its way from South Park up the High Street as far as the level crossing, turning left to go up Wigford Way before travelling along Silver Street.
The coaches will then make their way up Lindum Hill (although this short part of the journey will be conducted at normal vehicle speed and spectators are requested to choose an alternative vantage point).
It will then turn left onto Pottergate and make its way to the north of the city and up Newport, past Bishop’s Grosseteste University and along Riseholme Road. The event will finish at around 4pm before the coaches reach the A46.
- The south part of the parade will come under road closure at 2pm on May 5, with diversions supplied city-wide
- The north part of parade will come under road closure at 2.30pm, with diversions supplied city-wide
- Loading bays and parking bays on Silver Street will be out of use from 4pm on Saturday, May 4 until approximately 4pm on Sunday, May 5
- The parade will operate under a rolling road closure in order to minimise disruption to the city’s traffic and to support the safe delivery of the event
- Temporary road closures on side streets are anticipated to be very short-term and will be lifted once the parade has passed. The City of Lincoln Council has confirmed it is safe to do so