Civil War soldiers on march again as city marks its 17th century heritage
8 August 2009
THE beat of the drum and the sound of marching feet scattered tourists in York as 40 members of the Sealed Knot made their way to the Mansion House at the start of the city's first English Civil War festival.
Parliamentarian members of Lieutenant Colonel John Lilburne's Regiment of Foote, commanded by Tim Worrall, of Huddersfield, and Sir Thomas Glemham's Royalist foot solders mustered in Dean Park alongside the Minster before marching down Stonegate to the official residence of the Lord Mayor.
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