Preston Remembers with D Troop on parade

Posted on - 14th September, 2014 - 12:43pm | Author - | Posted in - City Centre, History, Photos, Preston City Centre, Reviews, What's On in Preston



As part of the events and activities in Preston for the Heritage weekend, Paul Melling went down to the Flag Market to see the action there on Saturday.
First World War uniforms and the sound of horses hooves on flag stones returned to Preston’s Flag Market this weekend as members of the Lancashire Hussars┬áre-enactment group went on parade. ┬áThe group is based on a territorial yeomanry unit whose men and horses served in the war. The event was part of the Preston Remembers project which began with the restoration of the Cenotaph last year.

More great photos from Paul Melling, of the day’s event below:

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Did you see this re-enactment on Preston’s Flag Market? Let us know in the comments below.


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