St George’s Day – Admin Notice

by | Apr 11, 2022 | Uncategorised



0930    Arrive at Cathedral to change

1015    Departs Cathedral

1025    Debus Priory Park

Marching veterans and Cadets

1045    Parade Priory Park (see attached map, roses available).

1050    Form up in 4 ranks behind the Standards under Direction of Parade Marshal.

1100    Parade marches off

1108    Arrive at Cathedral

1109    Band marches into Cathedral, buglers left at entrance

1110     Veterans make their way into Cathedral

1111     Standards and National Flags marched into position at West Door, RV with buglers

1113     Cadets marched into Cathedral

1118     Mayors arrive West Door and escorted to seats

1120    High Sheriff’s arrive and escorted to seats

1125    Lord Lt’s arrive, greeted by Dean and escorted to seats

1126    PWRR Band commence Minden Rose, Buglers and Standards enter

1130    First hymn commences. Enter National Flags.

VIP’s, guests, those unable to march

Please be seated by 1115hrs (roses available at West Door).

NOTE: Those marching, allow sufficient time to drop off guests at Cathedral, park and get to Priory Park, Local parking charges apply. Entrance is by ticket only, so please remember to bring it.


Suits, blazers, regimental ties, berets, medals may be worn.

Ladies, suitable smart casual.


The First Aid tent is located by the Bell Tower


The marquee for the reception is within the Cathedral precincts, ticket only.


Toilets are available at both Priory Park and within the Cathedral precincts.


100th St George’s Chapel Anniversary lapel badges will be on sale at the West Door and Priory Park at £5.00 each.

For those unable to attend, the service is to be live streamed. To access, go to the Association’s website and follow the link displayed on the home page..



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