For fun, there would always be some who would streak around the top tier, and be chased by the Security Guards and Military Police.
Then came the public announcements that it would be an offence to do such things! Kill-joys!
I remember the first time I had the honour of teaching a class of soldiers and sailors, before "the ban" was lifted!
Of course, a number of these photos are from those I had taken in earlier years
The crowds have just grown and grown, from that 20K+ in 2004 to over 80K today, in 2019.
I met this soldier on Twickenham Station in 2013
I told him that I teach sexual health, and asked him to pose for a photo! He willingly consented! "But remember", I told him! ...
The road to Twickenham is paved with ... The Military!
My first attempt at a panoramic picture!
Ros Kemp, profiling the important and great work of Combat Stress, phone lines open 24/7
UK phone 0800 138 1619
The bars closed at 13.30 sharp!
The bars were closed half an hour before kick off, so that everyone would be at their seats for The National Anthem
I think that's healthy enough :)
There's no other time like it for "God Save The Queen" than at Twickenham, full of Military and their admirers!
But it still can't beat Mae hen wlad fy nhadau at the Principality Stadium, and with the roof on!
All photos and videos have been taken by me, some in 2013, 14, 15 & 19