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Crowds celebrate St George's Day at parade

24 April 2014 Last updated at 04:09 BST

Crowds lined the streets of a Hampshire town to watch its annual St George's Day military parade.

The sixth annual parade in Emsworth will be the last with the 47 Regiment Royal Artillery as the soldiers are due to move from their base in Thorney Island, West Sussex, to Larkhill in Wiltshire.

Veterans from different conflicts were presented with the Emsworth Rose, an honour that began after the Imjin River Battle in the Korean War.

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