Household Cavalry set to move from WindsorSusannah Walbank
The Household Cavalry Regiment, who are made up of the Blues and Royals Regiment and the Life Guards Regiment, have been based in Windsor for more than 200 years. Over 250 soldiers marched through the town to mark their departure to Bulford Camp in Wiltshire on Salisbury Plain. The parade included marching troops, mounted troops and the Band of the Household Cavalry and started at Combermere Barracks and headed to Guildhall for a salute.
The Princess Royal addressed The Household Cavalry and their families.
The Welsh Guards will be taking over the Combermere barracks. This is all part of a major restructuring of the British Army.