The police are advising the public that all roads leading to the Wynter Crawford Roundabout, and from the roundabout to the compound of the Emerald City Supermarket, will be temporarily closed on Wednesday, November 2.
This is to facilitate a handing over ceremony of the Commemorative Broken Trident which will be held at the entrance of the supermarket car park, Six Roads, St Philip.
Students from various primary schools will line the route from the Wynter Crawford Roundabout to the supermarket, as a parade comprising various school groups march along the route to the compound of the supermarket.
The road closure will commence at 8:30 a.m.
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