Robbie Williams To Be Celebrated In Hometown Ahead Of 40th Birthday

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January 24, 2014 | 11:32am EST

British singer Robbie Williams will have streets in his hometown named after his hit songs as part of celebrations marking his 40th birthday.
The former Take That star will hit the milestone on 13 February and officials in his native Stoke-on-Trent in England are marking the occasion by naming three roads in a new housing development after his tracks Angels, Candy, and Supreme.
Angels Way, Candy Lane and Supreme Street will be unveiled during two weeks of civic events, alongside a commemorative blue plaque near Williams’ childhood home.
Council leader Mohammed Pervez says, “He is a global superstar, but one who has always remembered his roots.
“He is very proud of his connections to Stoke-on-Trent and the celebrations will not only attract people from the city, but from across the country and even further afield.”
The celebrations will kick off on 5 February.

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