Civic Honours

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The following civic honours are held by the Regiment:

Civic honours are awarded in recognition of outstanding service to a town or city.

The following civic honours are held by The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment:
* The privilege of marching through the City of London with ‘Colours Flying, Drums Beating and Bayonets Fixed’ (from 1672),
* The Privilege of Jersey (1992, transferred 1995) and the Honorary Freedoms of Arundel (1954),
* Ashford (1987, adoption 1961),
* Barnet (1955),
* Basingstoke and Deane (1966),
* Belfast (1961),
* Brighton (1944) and Hove (1958),
* Bournemouth (1945),
* Canterbury (1948),
* Chichester (1951),
* Christchurch (1987),
* Crowborough (1989),
* Eastbourne (1951),
* Eastleigh (1991),
* Epsom and Ewell (2010),
* Folkestone (1961, adoption 1960),
* Guildford (1944),
* Hastings (1947),
* Jersey (1992),
* Kingston-upon-Thames (1944),
* Lewes (1953),
* Maidstone (1944),
* Portsmouth (1950),
* Ramsgate (1959),
* Reigate and Banstead (1963),
* Romsey (1959),
* Rushmoor (1981),
* Southampton (1946),
* Southwark (2013),
* Test Valley (1986),
* Tonbridge and Malling (1985 adoption 1944),
* Tunbridge Wells (2010),
* Waverley Borough Council (2010),
* Winchester (1945)
* Worthing (1959).