On 11th November, a party of members, friends and partners visited Parliament. The 11th is Armistice Day and the party arrived in Parliament Square as the morning service came to an end.
Although the weather was cold, the rain stayed away, and the group was able to enjoy some free time seeing the sites before returning home.
The event was organized by Social Secretary, Ian Bowler,
Photograph shows the group, having just completed a 2 hour tour.
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