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  • Duke of York’s Community Initiative Awards

    by - Oct 28, 2014
    The Duke of York’s Community Initiative gives a Royal recognition to organizations in Yorkshire who are considered to be of value to the community. Today, the Jack Raine Foundation and the York Children’s University have been...
  • Prince Charles has tea with war heroes

    by - Oct 27, 2014
    There was afternoon tea with a difference at St James’s Palace on Monday as Prince Charles invited some of the Commonwealth’s bravest war heroes to London for a bite to eat and a chat in palatial...
  • A Duke’s Autumn Stroll

    by - Oct 27, 2014
    A crisp breeze, sunlight poking through the trees, and a hue of orange & brown covering the ground below; a familiar scene to many, no doubt, as Autumn finally begins. It certainly proved a pleasant day for The Duke...
  • Duke of Kent re-honours Geordie ship workers of WWI

    by - Oct 24, 2014
    As the gates to the Readhead shipyard closed in the 1970s, it closed off the memory of 57 brave men to the public. While friends and family never forgot the shipyard workers from South Tyneside, who...
  • The Queen sends her first tweet

    by - Oct 24, 2014
    The Queen sent her first ever tweet on Friday at the opening of a new exhibition at the Science Museum. Her Majesty sent the tweet on the official page of the British Monarchy (@BritishMonarchy) which has...
  • The Duchess of Cambridge attends Gala evening

    by - Oct 24, 2014
    The Duchess of Cambridge has undertaken another event this week, attending the Action on Addiction Gala dinner in London on Thursday evening. Hosted at the L’Anima Restaurant in the heart of the City of London, the...
  • Royal thanks from The Duchess of Gloucester

    by - Oct 23, 2014
    The Duchess of Gloucester has written a letter to the Bermuda Regiment to thank them for their responses and efforts in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Fay and Hurricane Gonzalo. The Duchess is Royal Patron of...
  • Protection Officer arrested after ammunition discovered at Buckingham Palace

    by - Oct 23, 2014
    A police officer working in the Royalty Protection command, known within the force as SO14, has been arrested today as part of an investigation into unlawful possession of ammunition, the Metropolitan Police say. The officer, who...
  • Prince Edward’s Norfolk outing

    by - Oct 23, 2014
    Prince Edward has accepted an invitation to visit Norfolk on Thursday 13th November where he will get the chance to see just what is happening in education in the region. The Prince was invited by the Bishop...
  • Corporal Nathan Cirillo: one of Her Majesty’s own

    by - Oct 23, 2014
    Canada lost another brave soldier to terrorism this week. 24-year-old Cpl. Nathan Cirillo was brutally gunned down while he stood guard over the National War Memorial in Ottawa. He was shot by Muslim extremist, Michael Zehaf-Bibeau,...