St George's Day in the Black Country
Latest News | April 04, 2015
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Thousands of people will parade through the streets and proudly fly the flag at events to mark St George's Day
Traditional parades and fun days are being staged to celebrate the day on April 23.
Plans are already being made for musical performances, tea dances and parades.
The parade in West Bromwich is thought to be the biggest in the country, with 15,000 people from across the West Midlands turning out last year.
And it will return to the town on April 19, organised by the Stone Cross St George’s Association.
The parade leaves Westminster Road in Stone Cross at 10.40am and arrives at Dartmouth Park just before midday.