Date:Tuesday May 23 2006
The remarkable achievements of the Hornets will be officially recognised tonight with a Civic reception at the Town Hall followed by an open-top bus tour of the town.
At 18.45 the players and coaching staff of newly-promoted Watford will be at the Civic Reception at Watford Town Hall, which will be hosted by the town’s elected Mayor Dorothy Thornhill.
Following the reception, an open-top bus tour of Watford will start at 19.30. It will start at the Town Hall and go down St.Albans Road, Station Road, Clarendon Road, part of the Ring Road and High Street.
The route will end at Charter Place at approximately 20.30 where the players and officials will be able to soak up the atmosphere created by the thousands of fans of Premiership Watford.
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