London Apartments and the London Lord Mayor’s Show

The Lord Mayor of London Show is taking place on November 12 2011, there will be the wonderful parade and this year will be a fantastic firework display. Serviced City Pads supply London Serviced Apartments from Studios through to large Penthouses guests can stay from 1 night up to many years. The Serviced City Pads reservations team can be contacted on 0844 335 8866 where a member of the reservations team will be more than happy to assist you in choosing an apartment.

The Lord Mayor of London is the legal title for the Mayor who is head of the City of London Coporation. The Lord Mayor of London’s role is to support is to support and promote businesses and the people of the City of London. This can be a major corporation such as a large banking group through to an individual person residing in a city in a London Apartment.

The Lord Mayor of London is an elected official who will only serve one term and each term will be one year. This coronation happens in November where the votes have been cast and the winner announced, no speeches are made however a parade is the main event to celebrate.London Accommodation.

Serviced City Pads have a large range of apartments in the City of London and are a great alternative to using a hotel as they have fifty percent more space and rooms and can give the feel of home away from home.The Lord Mayors Show in 2011 will take place on November 12th and you can expect the following participants to take place. This will be the 684th Lord Mayor of London to be crowned the three mile long parade and at the forefront will be the Lord Mayor of London in their 253 year old Gold State Coach marching bands and floats featuring people from a huge variety of London communities – groups this year include Bromley-by-Bow Centre, steel pan band Pan Nation, and Paraiso School of Samba. The procession begins at Mansion House at 11am with an aircraft fly-past. It then weaves its way through the historic streets of the Square Mile, via St Paul’s Cathedral where the Lord Mayor receives a blessing at 12.10pm, and arrives at 12.30pm at the Royal Courts of Justice where he swears his allegiance to the Sovereign. The return procession starts at 1pm, arriving back at Mansion House at 2.30pm (all times are approximate). The fireworks display is at 5pm from a barge moored between Waterloo and Blackfriars bridges. Watch from the banks or grab a prime position on one of the bridges.