With St George’s Day soon coming up on Thursday, April 23, celebrations to mark the event will be taking place in Mablethorpe and Sutton on Sea.
The procession will be setting off from The Beck in Mablethorpe at around 10.15am with St George on his horse, town crier Roy Palmer and a number of locals dressed to impressed in outfits from the medieval period.
St George and his procession from The Beck will head into the High Street for everyone to greet and why not add a bit of patriotism into the mix and wave the England flag as you see St George and his horse.
At 10.30am, outside of the Factory Shop in Mablethorpe’s High Street, an official proclamation will be read out by the town crier.
Then just before 12noon, St George and his entourage will be pounding the High Street in Sutton on Sea for all to see.
Again another proclamation will be read out for all to hear, so make sure you head in the two towns to support the celebrations.
The horse for St George has been kindly provided by the Black Cat Equestrian School in Sutton on Sea.
Follow the Leader who will have full coverage of this event alongside photos and video from the two coastal towns during the St George’s Day celebrations.