GALLERIES
HMS SHERWOOD FREEDOM OF THE CITY PARADE

The parade travelled through the centre of Nottingham
The parade featured the Royal Marines Band Portsmouth (Royal Band)
They marched down into the Market Square
A number of high ranking officers from Naval Command attended the event
A crowd watched the inspection in the Market Square
A salute to the City of Nottingham was performed
Commander Rob Noble thanked the City for its support
The Mayor gave HMS Sherwood his thanks
All members of the parade were inspected in the Market Square
After the scroll presentation bayonets were affixed and the unit's colours were revealed
Inspecting the troops allowed the Mayor to speak with local reservists
The colour party awaited the presentation to unfuirl their standard
Navy Officers and locals watched the inspection from the Council House
Reservists formed ranks in the Market Square
Standard bearers from local associations joined the parade
Reservists were inspected in the Market Square
Preparing to march off after the presentation
One of the reservists on parade awaiting inspection
Officials watched on from the Dais
The Casket Party
Members of veterans associations and the RBL joined in the ceremony
Navy Officers and locals watched the inspection from the Council House
The scroll was given to the parade to march through the city
The Scroll party await the presentation
The Mayor spoke with many members of the parade
Freedom of the City parade
HMS Sherwood reservists taking part in the Freedom of the City event
Freedom of the City of Nottingham
The Mayor spoke with local cadets during the inspection
The scroll was carried by one long standing member of the unit
The Scroll Party marched with the Scroll
The colour party awaited the presentation to unfuirl their standard
As the parade moved off they were saluted by the Mayor and Navy officials
There was a reception in the Council House after the parade
The reception gave thoose in attendance a chance to speak to reserves and veterans
A toast of thanks was given
HMS Sherwood outside the Council House