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The Queen’s Own Buffs’ annual reunion

PUBLISHED: 13:48 21 September 2009 | UPDATED: 16:14 20 February 2013

The parade being led by the Band of the Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment

The parade being led by the Band of the Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment

The Regimental Association of the Queen's Own Buffs held their annual reunion in Canterbury. Led by the Band of the Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment, more than 100 veterans from branches in Kent were on parade as they...

The Regimental Association of the Queen's Own Buffs held their annual reunion in Canterbury. Led by the Band of the Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment, more than 100 veterans from branches in Kent were on parade as they marched from Longport to the Cathedral for a Service of Remembrance. After the service the President of the Association, Col Crispin Champion, and the Lord Mayor of Canterbury, Cllr Harry Cragg, took the salute outside the Cathedral. The reunion continued at Leros TA Centre and ended with the Band of the Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment Beating Retreat.

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