London and Lewisham St Patricks Parades were a major hit with The Celts, allowing plenty of opportunity to celebrate, and let hair down, dusting off the silly wigs. grabbing the children, and bringing silly blow up things. Hey dont they do this kinda thing well.
Lewisham Irish Centre organised a parade as part of the Greenwich and Lewisham “Craic” festival, this is one of the oldest parades in South London. Two marching bands, and traditional session musicians got the crowd in the party mood. Leading the parade were Cork band and Lewisham Irish parade stalwarts, Newham Pipe Band kept spirits high at the rear.
Despite the rain, The Celts mood was not dampened, and the camogs and the coach found plenty of time for posing for photos. The wolf whistles nearly deafened them, but they still managed to get the shoot taken, dedication.