Royal wedding to be live streamed at Saffron Walden Town Hall

PUBLISHED: 11:20 11 May 2018 | UPDATED: 11:21 11 May 2018

Saffron Walden Town Hall. Picture: SaffronPhoto

Saffron Walden Town Hall. Picture: SaffronPhoto

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The upcoming royal wedding will be live streamed at Saffron Walden Town Hall and members of the public can attend free of charge.

Councillor Barbara Light arranged the event on behalf of residents and Saffron Walden Town Council agreed the town hall could be used free of charge on Saturday, May 19, to live stream the royal wedding in Windsor.

Free refreshments will be served by local councillors and doors will open at 11am.

Due to the restriction on permitted numbers in the Town Hall, free tickets are available from the Tourist Information Office or on the door.

Prince Harry, grandson to the Queen and the son of the Prince of Wales, and the late Diana, Princess of Wales, is marrying Hollywood actress Meghan Markle.

The ceremony is taking place at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle at midday on May 19.

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