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Event Organisers reach agreement with Council and Police over Easter Sunday Cruise

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The organisers of the upcoming Easter Sunday Cruise in Portrush have come to an agreement with Council and PSNI after a meeting that was held yesterday.

In a post to the Jon44w.com Facebook Page, the organisers said “After a meeting yesterday with the Causeway Council the PSNI and Councillor William McCandless we have come to an agreement on how to get the cruise to run with less effect on Portrush locals, church goers and general public.”

“The main hub of the cruise this year will be in the Pitts area all convoys have been redirected to this point. There will be toilets and chip vans etc supplied at this location other locations will also be used for over flow.”

“There will be no parking on the grass this year and we would like to stress this point “please respect it”

“The PSNI will be policing the grass area. VOSA will be patrolling the town on the day so please insure you are legal and above board.”

“We would like to ask that everyone respects the wishes of the Church goers on Easter Sunday morning and also respect the town, lets keep this cruise going for many more years and lets raise much need funds for McMillan Cancer fund.”

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