SAFETY INFORMATION FOR THE DAY

 

Important information to regard on Plymouth Armed Forces Day

DRONE USAGE

Drone flights are prohibited over the Plymouth Armed Forces Day event site. 

 

We are working with the Civil Aviation Authority and Police to stop illegal drone use. Anyone who operates a drone over this location will be reported for prosecution. 

Read more of the Drone Note here or click the sign to read the full details.

ROAD CLOSURES

The following road closures have been organised during the event:

  • 7am to 7pm – Hoe Road from the Mound at the Citadel to the Junction of Madeira Road, with parking restricted throughout this time

  • 7am to 7pm – Top of Osborne Place to the junction of the back of The Esplanade 

  • 5.30pm to 7pm  Citadel Road from the junction of Lockyer Street to the junction of Sussex Street, with parking restricted from 7am

  • 5pm to 6.30pm – Madeira Road from the junction of Lambhey Hill in its entirety 

  • 5pm to 6.30pm – Hoe Road from the junction of Madeira Road to the junction of Pier Street 17.00-18.30hrs

  • 3pm to 6.30pm – Staddon Lane (from the junction of Staddon Heights golf cub to the junction of Jennycliff lane)

  • 3pm to 6.30pm –  Jennycliff Lane from its junction of Staddon Lane to Lalebrick Road 

AIR DISPLAY AND MARITIME EXCLUSION ZONES

Spectator safety is the highest priority of Plymouth City Council and the air display is run and regulated within the strict guidelines issued by the Civil Aviation Authority.

 

The air display will take place over water and to protect mariners, a Maritime Exclusion Zone (MEZ) will be in place. Mariners please check the timing and boundaries of the MEZ, adhere to the rules and obey an instructions given by the waterborne stewards. The display area will be over Plymouth Sound south of the Hoe out to the breakwater. During the displays, vessels will need to be clear of Plymouth Sound.  Access to and from the Sound, the Cattewater and King Point/Millbay will be prohibited.

The timings for this are  Saturday 29 June from 4.45pm to 6pm.

Land-based spectators are naturally contained within the safe area by the waterline with the display area offshore, this year we have some additional land based exclusion zones at Jennycliff and Mount Edgcumbe. Please refrain from encroaching on the display areas. To do so puts you at greater risk and, ultimately, could make the Flying Display Director suspend or cancel the display.

We appreciate your co-operation.

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AIR DISPLAY
PARADES
VILLAGES
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