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Oct 21st | Trafalgar Day Parade

In the October of 1805, Lord Horatio Nelson famously claimed victory against French and Spanish fleets at Cape Trafalgar. The “Battle of Trafalgar” was Britain’s greatest naval victory and this fact is commemorated with the Trafalgar Day parade.

Every year Sea Cadets lead the parade through Trafalgar Square in Central London and wreaths are laid for those who have passed away in service. The Sea Cadets, a youth organisation whose customs and traditions follow those of The Royal Navy also raise the flag on their behalf.

You may purchase a ticket for an exclusive access to the VIP area on the square to see the incredible entertainment provided by the best cadets from all over the country, followed by a canapé reception at Offices’ Mess at Wellington Barracks, just two steps away from the Buckingham Place where the Commissioned Officers live.

For more information and to purchase the VIP tickets (at £45) visit: sea-cadets.org/trafalgar-day

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