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Saturday, 19 April 2014

St. George’s Day Parade

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Today in Warwick was the St. George’s Day Parade and Keith and I ventured out to go and watch it. It was a cloudy start and a tad chilly, so before we found a spot to take photographs, we went into the Tuckery and had a coffee and a Sausage in a roll.

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St. George on board his trusty steed Paraded down past St. Mary’s Church, along Church Street, and on to the High Street. The parade then turned left into Swan Street and into the Market Place.

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The Town Crier looking very smart.

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Mayor Bob Dhillon.

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Waiting for the parade to pass.

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11 am the parade got underway lead off by St. George.

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The band plays on.

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Scouts, Sea Cadets, Brownies and Guides followed behind.

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Morris Dancers.

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Town Crier and Dignitaries follow at the rear.

It was a truly wonderful event. The sunshine did pop in and out, but it was still rather chilly. Keith was really feeling the chill, so we did not hang around to see everything happening, we made our way back to the boat so he could get warmed up.

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