Central State School students are looking forward to marching in the street parade tomorrow. From left: Brodie Fox, Jaydan Clark, Tess King and Dakota Hall.
Central State School students are looking forward to marching in the street parade tomorrow. From left: Brodie Fox, Jaydan Clark, Tess King and Dakota Hall. Erin Smith

Parade ready to roll

THE main street will be closed tomorrow morning to make way for the 44 floats involved in this year's street parade and Warwick Central State School students cannot wait.

"I'm really looking forward to it," school captain Tess King said.

"It will be long and hot but worth it."

This year the school will march along the street accompanied by the school choir and skipping teams.

"It is all about school spirit," teacher Donna Thompson said.

"The students have a war cry and they really get into it."

There will be plenty to look at with clowns, entertainers and many great characters putting on a show as they float down the street.

To allow the show to run smoothly Palmerin St will be closed between Percy and Alice Sts and Park Rd will remain closed between Churchill Dr and Alice St from 10-2pm.

The floats will start making their way along the main street from noon tomorrow.

The theme for this year's floats is Hooves 'n' Grooves.

Be on the look out for floats from St Mary's Primary School, Glennie Heights Scout Group, WIRAC and of course the Warwick Daily News.

Grab a copy of Monday's Daily News for all the photos and coverage of the street parade.



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