A day in Pictures part 2: Hungerford welcomes 6 Btn R.E.M.E

on 10 February 2014.

Hungerford welcomes 6 Close Support Batallion R.E.M.E

left-turn to the town ‘library’ car park, ready for the official welcome home

 

Hungerford welcomes 6 Close Support Batallion R.E.M.E

The ceremony begins…

Hungerford welcomes 6 Close Support Batallion R.E.M.E

with honour from the Royal British Legion

Hungerford welcomes 6 Close Support Batallion R.E.M.E

Address of appreciation from General Sir Mike Jackson

Hungerford welcomes 6 Close Support Batallion R.E.M.E

Hungerford welcomes 6 Close Support Batallion R.E.M.E

Hungerford welcomes 6 Close Support Batallion R.E.M.E

and welcome home to Hungerford from Mayor Martin Crane

Hungerford welcomes 6 Close Support Batallion R.E.M.E

Hungerford welcomes 6 Close Support Batallion R.E.M.E

Presentation of the scroll of welcome from John O’Gaunt school

Hungerford welcomes 6 Close Support Batallion R.E.M.E

the welcoming ceremony continues

Hungerford welcomes 6 Close Support Batallion R.E.M.E

Hungerford welcomes 6 Close Support Batallion R.E.M.E

Hungerford welcomes 6 Close Support Batallion R.E.M.E

Hungerford welcomes 6 Close Support Batallion R.E.M.E

Hungerford welcomes 6 Close Support Batallion R.E.M.E

Hungerford welcomes 6 Close Support Batallion R.E.M.E

On behalf of his regiment, Lt Gen Stefan Crossfield takes the salute from Regimental Sergeant Major Cooper before the troops finally march off for home

Hungerford welcomes 6 Close Support Batallion R.E.M.E

Hungerford welcomes 6 Close Support Batallion R.E.M.E

Hungerford welcomes 6 Close Support Batallion R.E.M.E

Hungerford welcomes 6 Close Support Batallion R.E.M.E

Troops of all sizes were involved, including members of the Hungerford Scouts, Brownies and Rangers

Photographs by Amelia Laker

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