Freedom of Diss for Royal Anglian Regiment before parade

Freedom of Diss parade by Royal Anglians Scores of people lined the streets of Diss during the Royal Anglian parade

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The Royal Anglian Regiment has been given the freedom of the Norfolk town of Diss.

After a ceremony at Diss Town Hall, about 150 troops and band members marched from the Chapel Street junction to Market Place for an inspection.

The group then continued on their parade to St Nicholas Street for a reception in the Corn Hall.

Graham Minshull, the mayor of Diss, said: "It is a great honour to be awarding the freedom of the town."

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