Fowlers Troop brought May Day revelry to the streets of Bankside on Friday as the Deptford Jack in the Green completed a circuit of local pubs.
The Deptford Jack in the Green is a revival of an old May Day tradition where a large foliage-covered framework is paraded through the streets.
Since the early 1980s Fowlers Troop has toured Deptford, Greenwich, the Borough or the City of London every May Day.
Pubs visited included the Founders Arms on Bankside, The Stamford Arms on Stamford Street, The Charles Dickens in Union Street, The Lord Clyde in Clennam Street, The Royal Oak in Tabard Street and The Wheatsheaf in Southwark Street.
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