Fleet Infant School children and Irish Guards
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Irish Guards give pupils marching lessons

Children at a Hampshire infant school have been given marching lessons by the Irish Guards.

The soldiers visited Fleet Infant School to give the children, aged between four and seven, some special coaching to keep in step after the school's head wrote to the regiment asking for help.

About 100 children from the school will be marching dressed as guardsmen at a Diamond Jubilee-themed carnival procession in Fleet.

  • 02 Jun 2012