This begins as a public service announcement - in case any of my readers care to attend the 20th annual parade in celebration of Mohammed's birthday.
It is of note that this Islamic organisation clearly has NO problems satisfying health and safety regulations or costly traffic management and other funding issues.
In stark contrast is Harrogate's International Youth Festival 25TH ANNUAL EASTER PARADE. This tradition was sadly cancelled, just last week, due to cumbersome and costly government laws.
HINDERWELL's Gala week procession which also fell victim to ever increasing health and safety laws. Apparently children in fancy dress riding on floats or treasure hunts and singalongs are just not important.
Bolton police insulting our war dead by cancelling the Horwich's Remembrance Sunday Day parade - why? - because the police feared getting sued.
Unfortunately, I could list many more long time traditional British parades that - due to cost and new government laws - are now defunct -----yet the celebration of a paedophile's birthday seems to proceed with unfettered ease. I wonder how many taxpayer dollars are funding Mohammed's parade?
This is another glaring commentary on the perfidious times now faced in Great Britain.
A PARADE celebrating the birth of Islamic prophet Muhammad is set to take place in High Wycombe on Sunday.
The Wycombe Islamic Mission is organising the procession which will begin at Jubilee Road Mosque and continue on to High Street, Wycombe General Hospital and back to Jubilee Road.
The 20th annual Milaad' celebration in High Wycombe will start at 11.30.
The procession will stop in the High Street for messages and a prayer to the people who are ill in Wycombe General Hospital.