Leicester City will travel on an open-top bus tour of the city on Bank Holiday Monday, to celebrate their Championship title success.
Thousands are expected to turn out to see their team toast the season in style, in a parade that will end at the Town Hall Square.
It plans to start at High Street at about 2pm, for a 30-minute procession, before celebrations continue in the square until 3pm
- 2pm High Street
- Shires Lane junction
- Clock Tower
- Gallowtree Gate
- 2.30pm Town Hall Square
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