- LNYDP - Official Site
London's New Year's Day Parade 2019 - The World's Greatest Street Spectacular! - 12 Noon, January 1st
- Londons New Years Day Parade 2019 - Festival . . .
London's New Year's Day Parade features 8,000 performers from across the UK and the world 1 Jan
- Londons New Years Day Parade - home. bt. com
Footage of London's New Year's Day Parade with marching bands, motorbike stunts and classic cars Thousands gathered to watch the parade from Green Park to Parliament Square
- Londons New Years Day Parade - Wikipedia
The London New Year's Day Parade also known as "LNYDP" is an annual parade through the streets of the West End of London on 1 January The parade first took place in 1987, as the Lord Mayor of Westminster's Big Parade
- Horse collapses during Londons New Years Day Parade . . .
A horse has been photographed after it collapsed during the New Year's Day parade in London Marty, a 14-year-old white stallion, had been pulling a carriage down Waterloo Place when he caught his leg and fell
- In Pictures: London’s New Year’s Day parade | Guernsey Press
Around 500,000 people lined the capital’s streets to watch the annual London New Year’s Day parade More than 8,000 performers from dancers to marching bands, historic vehicles to motorcycle stuntmen entertained the crowds on the route from Green Park Tube station to Parliament Square
- About - London’s New Year’s Day Parade
London, consistently voted as one of the world’s most popular destinations, packed full of landmark buildings, world class tourist attractions, restaurants offering cuisine from around the globe and, for the past 30 years, The London’s New Year’s Day Parade is more fondly known by Londoners as LNYDP
- Horse which fell over during Londons New years Day . . .
NEIGH WORRIES Horse which fell over during London’s New year’s Day parade in front of horrified crowds ‘completely unharmed and enjoying a day off with carrots’