Parade marks 50 years of Royal Navy freedom in Plymouth
About 550 serving personnel and veterans take part in a parade to mark the 50th anniversary of the Royal Navy in Plymouth being granted the freedom of the city.
Serving personnel and veterans took part in a parade in Plymouth, which marked the 50th anniversary of the Royal Navy receiving the freedom of the city.
The parade began at the Royal Citadel and ended at the Armada Way piazza in the city centre.
Thousands of people lined the streets for the event which marked the close relationship between the city and the Royal Navy.
The honour was first granted to the Plymouth Command of the Royal Navy in September 1963, when almost 1,000 sailors marched to Hoe.