Saturday 6th May
Around 500 Scouts from across the UK and the Commonwealth came to London to celebrate the Coronation of King Charles III. Scouts travelled from near and far to come together to celebrate this historic moment.
I (Joe Dodman, Tent Talks Podcast Host) was one of the lucky few (around 150) scouts who had a role around Westminster, along the procession route and parks in central London. There were also around 50 Explorer Scouts who watched a special screening of the Coronation and had afternoon tea at Lambeth Palace.
My role in Westminster was at Amiralty Arch, I was in the smallest team of all the Westminster teams. We called ourselves the “Amiralty Archers”
Absolutely all of it was amazing but red arrows was definitely up thereOliver from Manchester, via Instagram
Meeting amazing people and making a differenceBen from South London, via Instagram
Leaving on Sunday with newly formed friendships and the knowledge of how important Scouting still is in today’s societyHannah from Birmingham, via Instagram
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