King Charles III: Proclamation read in cities and towns.

The conventional announcement of the new King Charles III is occurring in the urban areas and towns of East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. The festivals follow the announcement of the new lord in London on Saturday.

A procession in Hull went from the city’s Guildhall to Queen Victoria Square.East Yorkshire High Sheriff Jackie Bowes made the decree from the overhang of City Corridor with the Ruler Lieutenant of the District.

It was seen by the crowd gathered around a statue of Queen Victoria. Local MPs and councilors were also present along with the mayors of the cities of the area. It culminated with a piper playing a verse of the national anthem, followed by three cheers for the new king.

It culminated with a piper playing a verse of the national anthem, followed by three cheers for the new king. A similar ceremony in Lincoln took place at Lincoln Cathedral where the proclamation of the new sovereign for the county was announced.

Somewhere else in Lincolnshire, declarations will be held at 15:00 BST in Boston Manby, Slyford Spalding Grantham, Stamford Bourne Market Deeping Gainsborough and Lincoln.

The main event in East Yorkshire will be held at 15:30 at City Market Cross in Beverly. Hayden, Sneath and Cowwick, Rockliff, Patrington, Leven, Goole and Bridlington will announce at 16:00.

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