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FREEDOM OF LUDLOW

Cheer the Royal Welsh as they parade through Ludlow   

SATURDAY 20TH SEPTEMBER 2014

The Royal Welsh will accept the Freedom of Ludlow on 20 September 2014 at Ludlow Castle. The Freedom Scroll will be presented by the Mayor of Ludlow in celebration of the 325th anniversary of the 23rd of Foot, The Royal Welch Fusiliers being raised at Ludlow Castle in 1689. 

A parade will take place at approx 10:30am to exercise the freedom, right, privilege, honour and distinction of marching through the streets of the Town of Ludlow on all ceremonial occasions with Colours Flying, Drums Beating and Bayonets Fixed.

 Parade route: Castle Square, High Street, King Street, Bull Ring, Tower Street, Upper Galdeford, Station Drive, Corve Street and back into the town centre for a salute at the Buttercross and parade fall out at the Assembly Rooms.  The parade will take approx twenty minutes, so there is only a short opportunity to see a wonderful and historic event in Ludlow.   

 We would like to invite you to arrive in Ludlow to line the route, and wave commemorative flags which will be handed out by stewards, to cheer The Royal Welsh as they parade through Ludlow led by the Goat Major and regimental goat.    

 

Photograph courtesy of the South Wales Argus.
The Royal Welsh parading through Bargoed, Caerphilly to receive Freedom of the Town September 2010.

 


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