People have travelled from all over the UK and I was surprised that it was mostly older people on the march. I'd expected to stand out amongst a sea of youngsters, but despite everyone accusing the old people of voting Leave and thus robbing the young of a better future, there are certainly lots of us old people who are passionate about remaining European.
Here we are waiting for the march to start.
Far from being simple as the Leave campaign promise, Brexit has turned out to be as difficult as balancing an elephant on its trunk. Better to abandon it now!
I have no idea what the rather odd statue is supposed to represent!
There was quite a large Welsh contingent, though we didn't actually get to speak to them.
Everyone made lots of noise as we passed Downing Street. It was particularly satisfying to shout, "May out! May out!" as we marched by.
This chap has an ambitious plan if Brexit goes wrong! :)
There were lots of splendid EU hats on display. I'm going to make one for the next protest in Manchester on 1 October which we're planning to attend. Not like this, just a blue beanie with some yellow stars. I bought the yarn yesterday.