We are excited to announce three more fantastic participants for London’s New Year’s Day Parade 2019!
Aston Martin Owners Club
The Aston Martin Owners Club, also known as ‘AMOC’, is the largest and only official worldwide club for everyone that is interested in the iconic marque.
Their guiding principles are to create an interest in all things Aston Martin, to celebrate their hobby of motoring, their love of motor sport and to encourage build on a community of like minded motoring enthusiasts. Their classic collection will be gliding through Westminster on January 1st.
Cotton Candies Marching Krewe
Founded in 2014, The Cotton Candies are an award winning all-female marching Krewe with 40 members, parading in their signature PINK costumes and white boots. Hailing from Huntsville, Alabama, the minimum age to be a Krewe member is 25 years old. Their diverse marching Krewe encourages empowerment and self-confidence through performing and community events. As a non-profit group they are continuing to grow their philanthropic community service and fundraising activities.
Rotary International in Great Britain & Ireland
Rotary is a global network of over 1.2 million community volunteers, trying to make a difference to the World that we live in. Rotary was founded in Chicago in 1905 and is the World’s largest international volunteer service organisation, with members in over 200 countries. Rotary began and continues to spearhead the campaign to end Polio and we are closer than ever to making history by eradicating Polio from the World entirely!
The LNYDP team will announce new participants for London’s New Year’s Day Parade 2019 throughout the next few months! So stay tuned to our Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts for the latest news from London’s New Year’s Day Parade.
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