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Regiment holds last march in city
The Staffordshire Regiment is to march through Stoke-on-Trent for the last time in its 300-year history before being dissolved.

It will march under its own banner for the final time before becoming the 3rd Battalion The Mercian Regiment in a merger in September.

The parade on Tuesday afternoon will start in John Street.

It includes Lichfield Street, Albion Square and there will be a salute by the Sir Stanley Matthews statue.




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