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A new statue has been unveiled in the grounds of Canterbury Cathedral by the Queen of Denmark to recognise the Royal East Kent Regiment, The Buffs. We talk to Major Peter White, Corporal Toreenj Hilligsoe and sculptor Peter Birkett.
The Queen of Denmark has unveiled a bronze statue in recognition of the Royal East Kent Regiment. Queen Margrethe was the guest of honour at the ceremony in the grounds of Canterburry Cathedral. The sculpture is a lasting tribute to The Buffs, which was one of the oldest regiments of the British Army. British and Danish veterans were among those taking part in today's event.