STREET party organisers have only a couple of weeks to finalise their plans.
Residents wanting to mark the Queen’s jubilee with the traditional celebration need to apply to Arun District Council, by May 1.
Arun’s cabinet member for economic and cultural development, Norman Dingemans, said: “I’d like to encourage all residents to mark this very special weekend, whether it is by holding a street party or attending a public event.
“The only other British monarch to have celebrated 60 years of reigning the country was Queen Victoria in 1897, so it’s a truly historic occasion.”
Information on throwing a street party, including hints and tips and an online application form, can be found at www.arun.gov.uk/jubilee.