The Welsh Guards paraded through Bangor today, marching through the streets of the city, watched by hundreds of onlookers.

At 12.10pm the 1st Battalion Welsh Guards, presented arms at the Bangor War Memorial and were supported with music from the Regimental Band. They were welcomed to the city by the Mayor of Bangor, the Lord Lieutenant of Gwynedd and other guests. The Mayor met the Officer Commanding the Regiment and then formally inspected the Parade.

At 12.20 the Parade stepped off from the War Memorial, marching past the Cathedral and turned down the City’s High Street. At the clock the Mayor and the Lord Lieutenant took the salute from the guards before the parade continued down the High Street to Dean Street.

A selection of combat vehicles, equipment and uniforms were also on display by the clock along with personnel from 1st Battalion Welsh Guards.

Welsh Guards Parade through BangorThe Welsh Guards paraded through Bangor today, marching through the streets of the city, watched by hundreds of onlookers.At 12.10pm the 1st Battalion Welsh Guards, presented arms at the Bangor War Memorial and were supported with music from the Regimental Band. They were welcomed to the city by the Mayor of Bangor, the Lord Lieutenant of Gwynedd and other guests. The Mayor met the Officer Commanding the Regiment and then formally inspected the Parade.At 12.20 the Parade stepped off from the War Memorial, marching past the Cathederal and turned down the City's High Street. At the clock the Mayor and the Lord Lieutenant took the salute from the guards before the parade continued down the High Street to Dean Street.A selection of combat vehicles, equipment and uniforms were also on display by the clock along with personnel from 1st Battalion Welsh Guards.

Posted by The Bangor Aye on Tuesday, 12 September 2017