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Millennium Charter Fair

The Procession

To mark the new millennium tradition was broken and the Fair was held on the day previous to the "crying".

Town Crier, Joseph Baron, leads the procession along the crowd lined Queen Street
Photo Ann Quinn

 

 

 

Leading the procession along Queen Street the Town Crier Mr. Joseph Baron.

 

 

The Jazz Men New Orleans Band
Photo John Duckworth

 

 

 

 

 

A torrential downpour prior to the festivities didn't dampen the Jazz Men's spirits

 

 

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Mrs Pollard inside vintage car
Photo John Duckworth

 

 

 

Mr. and Mrs. Pollard were Lord and Lady of the Manor for the day.
An excellent choice considering the effort Mrs. Pollard put into her books about the town.

 

Other dignitaries including the Mayor of Hyndburn
Photo Anne Quinn

 

The Lord and Lady were followed by lesser dignitaries including the Mayor and Mayoress of Hyndburn Borough Council.

The Leyland Pipe Band.

Leyland Pipe Band march along Blackburn Road
Photo John Duckworth

Mr and Mrs Baron pose for photos with the crowds
Photo John Duckworth

Mr. and Mrs. Baron do a spot of posing after the ceremonies.

 

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