Scuse for coming in but as someone who supplied numerous cups of hot brew from the top of my panzer to you boys I thought Id ask: Whilst attending a lunch at Bovington after Cambrai the guest speaker mentioned an old tradition that was preformed by members of the LI and RTR on the Sunday after the main remeberance parade. I say was, as during time it appears that the LI numbers have dwindled to nothing and the RTR are left trying to maintain this tradition. Although I knew the RTR had this annual pilgrimage to London I never quite understood why and it appears that on the very first parade after the war the then king deemed that the parade was too large and would take to long to pass by the cenotaph. He instructed All those stood on the left hand side to come back next week. Now to the problem. If the parade does not have sufficient numbers (as deemed by the Met) this act of remembrance will wither and die. Anyone know why the LI associations and serving members of the now Rifles no longer take part.