Pageantry was the order of the day last Sunday as Lifelites became part of the Lord Mayor’s Show, thanks to the generosity of London Freemasons.
This year's show was over three and a half miles long and among its various and remarkable floats there was over 6,500 people, 22 marching bands, 125 horses, 18 vintage cars, 21 carriages, an original American stagecoach, a Japanese Taiko drum band, a steamroller, a boat, a Sherman tank, an F-type Jaguar and... Lifelites!
Tony Fillingham, representing the Met Grand Lodge told us after the event ‘It was an absolute privilege to be involved in such a wonderful pageant. I was extremely proud to walk under the Lifelites banner representing London Freemasonry and enjoyed the whole experience. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to be part of such an amazing day and for the great work that you do with Lifelites.’
The procession, which filled the city between Bank and Aldwych, was cheered by a crowd of around 500,000 and watched live on the BBC by millions more.
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