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The funeral processions of Diana, Princess of Wales, will take ...
The funeral processions of Diana, Princess of Wales, will take

place on Saturday 6 September. The funeral service will be held at

11am at Westminster Abbey.

Given the very large numbers of people expected, space along the

processional route will be extremely limited and it may not be

possible to accommodate everyone.

A large TV screen will be erected in Hyde Park for people who are

unable to see the procession directly.

Most, if not all, food shops, stalls and supermarkets will be closed.

There are few refreshment facilities in the area and people are

strongly advised to bring their own food and drink as well as warm

and waterproof clothing.



Do not travel by car as there will be no special parking facilities.

Roads through Hyde Park will close at midnight tonight. The

processional route and many other roads will be completely closed by

6am on Saturday and will not reopen until evening. The Mall and

Constitution Hill will remain closed until after the procession for a

further day and will not reopen until Sunday evening.


For details of special services, alterations and cancellations please

call 0345 484950.


Westminster underground station will be closed all day to avoid

overcrowding. For details please call 0171 222 1234.


Bus services will be diverted because of road closures along the

processional route. For details please call 0171 222 1234.



There are toilets in The Mall, St James's Park, Green Park, Hyde Park

and Kensington Gardens.

Meeting Points

Ask the police for directions to designated meeting points for people

who get lost or separated from their parties.

Lost Property

Most lost property will be sent to Charing Cross Police Station.

Property lost in St James's Park or Hyde Park will be sent to the

Royal Parks office in Storey's Gate Lodge, on the corner of Horse

Guards Avenue and Birdcage Walk.

First aid

The St John's Ambulance Brigade will have people positioned along the

processional route.


Keep your personal belongings with you at all times.

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