What a day that was! We were among 700,000 people of all ages and nationalities – people who had come from all over our country, some setting off at 3.30am (from Cornwall and Lerwick) and some who had travelled from Europe to support our demand for a vote on the Brexit deal. Seven hundred thousand! The streets were packed with people, the underground was full to bursting with people, banners and flags – all people wanting another say to save our country from the disaster that looms…….
It was so heartwarming and empowering to being amongst so many like-minded people. It was brilliant too, to be shouting for our friends who couldn’t be here but to know that we were representing at least eight of our friends and maybe everyone else there was too – so maybe we were actually amongst 5,600,000 like-minded souls!
Enjoy the Gallery which will give you a flavour of the March and the intensity of feelings. I think most of the photos speak for themselves and don’t all need captions tonight.
Inspiration from Millicent Fawcett
The Cornish contingent
The Cornish set off on the March
Some Germans were here supporting us all
Leaving the amazing March
On the tube