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Wembley: Extra buses should homecoming parade happen
10:20am Monday 20th August 2012 in Wolves news
NETWORK Warrington will run extra buses at Sunday’s homecoming parade - should Warrington Wolves win the Challenge Cup.
The parade, set to leave Orford Park at 4pm - will only be held in the event of a Wolves victory.
The planning has started though and the route, which will take around an hour and end at the Town Hall, will see a number of road closures.
The town centre closures will start by The Halliwell Jones on the unclassified section of Winwick Road (near the Lord Rodney).
And The remainder of the roads within the town centre will close from 3pm, however Wilson Patten Street will stay open and will only close for the passage of the team bus. Sankey Street (from Parker Street to Legh Street) and Winmarleigh Street from (Sankey Street to Museum Street) will close at 2pm.
All roads will re-open once the open topped bus has passed and it is safe to do so.
Meanwhile six extra buses will leave the bus station at 6pm or when they are full.
- Bus A – Great Sankey and Penketh.
- Bus B – Westbrook, Callands and Culcheth.
- Bus C – Orford, Longford and Dallam.
- Bus D – Westy, Woolston and Martinscroft.
- Bus E – Stockton Heath, Grappenhall and Lymm.
- Bus F - Cinnamon Brow, Birchwood and Gorse Covert.