Grenadier Guards march through Lincoln

This story is over

The Grenadier Guards marched through Lincoln city centre on October 21, as thousands lined the streets to see the popular London tourist attraction.

The 300 Grenadier Guards gathered in the City Square before their march.

They practised for about ten minutes ahead of the parade.

Some guards found it hard to look at the people around them.

The guards started lining up for the parade.

The assembly was complete and they left the City Square.

The guards last marched through Lincoln in 2008.

Mayor of Lincoln Geoff Kirby saluted the Grenadier Guards.

The Grenadier Guards went up to the Cathedral to lay their regimental colours.

Spotted an error? Please notify us by selecting that text and pressing Ctrl+Enter.