The Royal foot guard, on North street is taking part in the Bridlington platinum Jubilee Seacrow and Yarn topper trail
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The regiments of Foot Guards (occasionally supported by non Household Division and Commonwealth units) provide the Queen’s Guard (at St. James’s Palace and Buckingham Palace), the Windsor Castle Guard and the Tower of London Guard.
In September 1818 there were 89 sentry posts which were permanently manned by the Foot Guards in Central London, found by ten separate guards mounted daily. In addition, there were three night guards then provided at the Bank of England, Drury Lane Theatre and Covent Garden Opera House, as well as the Guard provided at the Tower of London.