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Heading to #Standforkeith here is all the details you need to know before arriving

If you are one of the 5000 Police officers heading to London to #StandForKeith here is all the details you need to be aware of before heading to Central London that will best help you plan your journey.

Constable Chaos has released all the details for those looking to travel and which train companies are offering free travel.

All of the major rail firms are offering free return travel to London for police officers attending Keith Palmer’s Funeral.

https://twitter.com/ConstableChaos/status/847497645773832197

Keith Palmer’s funeral will be held at 2 PM on Monday 10th April 2017 at the Southwark Cathedral London Bridge with 5000 police officers set to #StandforKeith members of his family, friends and public will be lining the streets to demonstrate their support and solidarity for all of those affected by the horrific events.

Some are even extending the free travel to police staff looking to attend, with a valid police staff ID.

https://twitter.com/ConstableChaos/status/850061232711315456

Constable Chaos is advising that those attending the event as a Police Officer do so wearing the correct dress which is Number ones, Custodian helmet, Tunic, White shirt and black trousers.

Black boots or shoes and white gloves are also required if available. Any police officers or specials travelling using Federation buses must travel in uniform, however, those travelling on public transport must travel in civilian clothing and meet at Jubilee Square where on the production of a warrant card or ID will be able to access changing facilities.

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Anyone wishing to line the route is advised that the funeral cortege will leave from the palace of Westminster and will then take the following route along Abingdon Street, Milbank, Lambeth Bridge, Lambeth Palace Road, York Road, Stamford Street, Southwark Street, Borough High Street, Bedale Street and then leading onto Southwark Cathedral.

It is kindly requested that those attending the event do not live-stream, take photos or upload any images to social media of PC Keith Palmers Funeral Cortege at the families request.

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