Yorkshire squaddies on parade in Beverley & Bridlington

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Yorkshire Regiment badge Credit: ITV Yorkshire

120 soldiers from the 1st Battalion, the Yorkshire Regiment will mark their homecoming from operations in Afghanistan with parades through Beverley and Bridlington - towns in which they hold the Freedom to march with bands playing, bayonets fixed and colours flying.

The majority of the soldiers have family in Yorkshire and have recently returned after a six-month operational tour in Afghanistan. In Beverley the parade will start at 11am. The soldiers march from Burton Road, Molecroft Road, New Walk, North Bar Without, North Bar Within, Lairgate,

Saturday Market, Toll Gavel, Butcher Row, Market, Lord Roberts Road, Champney Road. salute will be taken at the Market Cross. The Bridlington parade starts at 3pm on the Promenade then onto Clifford Street, Garrison Street, Prince Street, Queen Street, Bridge Street,

South Cliff Road to the dais near the Spa building. An inspection and presentation the parade will march off via South Marine Drive.

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Yorkshire Regiment Homecoming Parades

Soldiers from the Yorkshire Regiment will mark their homecoming from operations in Afghanistan with a series of parades