Supporting Lord Mayor’s Civic Service

Hull Trinity students and White Squad attended in their droves to join the Lord Mayor’s civic service procession on Sunday afternoon.

Students from across the year groups, marched through the streets of Whitefriargate from Parliament Street, lead by the Drum Corps past Hull Trinity House, where two of our students stood guard as bearers, and on towards the Hull Minster. Once halted upon arrival, the students formed the first portion of the guard of honour outside of the Minster’s entrance.

From the Guildhall, the Mayor’s civic procession paraded onto the quad, lead by the Humberside Police Band, with White Squad taking up just behind the Mayor and dignitaries, followed by the Brethren of Hull Trinity House. Once everyone had joined the guard of honour, from the back, the procession fell in to walk into the cool, shaded Minister out of the Summer heat, with the student guard of honour falling in last.

We were immensely proud of the students on the day representing the school and the house in a respectable, and dignified fashion. We received many compliments from the public of how great the students look marching through town, and was commented upon by veterans of the Mayor’s civic service that this was the best parade the students had ever put on.

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