A FREEDOM March by The Royal Military Academy (RMA) will take place through the streets of Sandhurst later this month.

The spectacle, which will commemorate the centenary of the end of the First World War, will see the military academy exercise their right to march through the town on Saturday, June 23, and conclude with a parade in the Memorial Park.

The Mayor of Sandhurst, Cllr Andy Blatchford, will conduct the inspection of the troops along with the academy.

Attendees will be treated to a host of activities and displays following the parade, including a Gun Run display from Wellington College, a skate park display, an obstacle course, and Military Band displays.

There will also be numerous stalls displaying and selling items as well as a food hub and outside bars.

Entrance to the event begins at 12pm and is free for all. The March will commence at 1.30pm from the RMA and the inspection will be at 2.00pm. The evening will begin at 5.30pm with entertainment on the stage and will conclude with a firework finale.