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Time Periods => 1600-1800 => 1600-1800 Events => Topic started by: Dash on January 10, 2008, 05:26:07 PM
Every year, on the last Sunday in January, the King's Army of the English Civil War Society ( ECWS ) commemorates the execution of King Charles I by staging a march that follows the king's final route from St James Palace on The Mall to the Banqueting House in Whitehall.
Pikeman from the Marquess of Winchesters Regiment www.marquisofwinchesters.co.uk (http://www.marquisofwinchesters.co.uk) march past St James Palace Whitehall.
http://english-civil-war-society.org.uk/www/cms/index.php?option=com_frontpage&Itemid=28 (http://english-civil-war-society.org.uk/www/cms/index.php?option=com_frontpage&Itemid=28) Society homepage
Hi I have posted up some pictures from this event on our website at - www.marquisofwinchesters.co.uk (http://www.marquisofwinchesters.co.uk)
The galleries can be found here - www.marquisofwinchesters.co.uk/photogallery.php (http://www.marquisofwinchesters.co.uk/photogallery.php)
The weather was kind and we had a resonable turnout - marching down the route Charles 1st took to the banqueting house is a special event for members of the Kings Army of the English Civil War Society to take part in.