Trooping the Colour 2010





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Published on Jun 6, 2010

This is from the final full rehearsal for Trooping the Colour - called the Colonel's Review - held in London on 5 June 2010.

This is the march along The Mall back to Buckingham Palace which concludes the trooping ceremony on Horse Guards Parade.

The Household Cavalry are at the front along with the mounted bands of The Life Guards and The Blues and Royals.

Then come the bands of the Brigade of Guards comprising five military bands, with the drums and fifes from the Grenadier and Welsh Guards at the rear.The massed bands strike up with Robert Browne Hall's march General Mitchell at 01:38 as they approach Buckingham Palace.

At the head of the foot guards is HRH Prince Philip, Colonel of the Grenadier Guards. Following is the colour that has been trooped, this year that of the 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards.

Following are Grenadiers from The Queen's Company, No. 2 Company, the Inkerman Company, and the Nijmegen Company. There are also guards from the Scots and Coldstream Guards.

The route liners, first on parade and last to leave on a sweltering day, were provided this year by the Irish and Grenadier Guards.


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