LMF Founder, Roger Oldham, was proud to be part of the Operation London Bridge project, following the sad passing of HM Queen Elizabeth II. Roger, who has been an active member of Team London since the 2012 Olympic Games, through the Mayor's Office, spent the weekend helping to marshal the tens of thousands of people visiting the Royal Parks, laying floral tributes. Commenting about the experience, Roger said "I was honoured to be asked to help at such an important and historic time. During my time on duty, I must have spoken to over three hundred visitors from all over the world. Some had flown in especially to be here to pay their respects. Seeing people of all ages, beliefs and cultures, paying their respects in such a way was extremely moving. It'll be something I remember forever. I was proud to be part of this most important time where the world came together to honour such an incredible Sovereign"