Soldiers from the 150 Yorkshire Transport Regiment are holding a march through Hull today ahead of Armed Forces Day. A Spitfire flypast also promises to wow visitors as it takes to the skies over Queens Gardens.
- The event runs from 10am with main activities in Queens Gardens
- Included will be a cadet climbing wall, face painting and and soft play area
- A full programme of music throughout the day
"Hull has a long and proud history with the Armed Forces and this is a fantastic opportunity for our city to show our support and thank our military personnel, past and present, for their bravery, dedication and enormous sacrifices they make for each and every one of us."
300 Riflemen will also take part in a Freedom parade in Leeds starting in Millennium Square. The parade will march down Calverley Street, the Headrow, along Vicar Lane to King Edward Street, to Briggate and then across the Headrow and back up Calverley Street to Millennium Square.
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