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The Palace Review: Week of 6th October

Monday, 6th October

The Princess Royal, Patron, The National Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux, will visit the Cotswold Citizens Advice Bureau on the occasion of its 75th anniversary in Gloucestershire.

A busy day in Gloucestershire will see The Princess open the new Precision Air and Land Systems Facility and open the new Library and Science Laboratories at Cirencester Kingshill School.

Princess Anne will visit Crossroads Care Central and East Gloucestershire in her role as President of Carers Trust.

Anne will also visit The Nelson Trust’s ISIS Women’s Centre in Gloucester.

The Duke of Kent, Colonel in Chief, Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, will visit the 1st Battalion at Tidworth Camp, Bulford Barracks in Wiltshire.

Tuesday, 7th October

The Earl of Wessex, Chancellor, The University of Bath, will hold a Dinner at Buckingham Palace.

Prince Edward, Patron, National Youth Theatre of Great Britain, will attend the opening performance of ‘Private Peaceful’ at the Ambassadors Theatre in London.

The Countess of Wessex, Chairman, will attend a Women in Business Meeting (promoting The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award) in London. Also on Tuesday, The Countess, Grand President, St. John Ambulance in the Priory of England and the Islands, will attend a Meeting at St. John’s Gate, St. John’s Lane in London.

The Princess Royal, Patron, Shipwrecked Fishermen and Mariners’ Royal Benevolent Society, will attend the AGM and Awards Ceremony at the Fishmongers’ Hall in London.

Wednesday, 8th October

The Duke of Edinburgh, Past President and Honorary Life Member, will attend a Members’ Banquet at Marylebone Cricket Club, Lord’s Cricket Ground in London.

The Countess of Wessex will open the new Whiteleaf Centre, Buckinghamshire Health and Wellbeing Campus in Buckinghamshire. During her visit to the area, The Countess will visit Wheelpower and the National Spinal Injuries Centre, Stoke Mandeville Hospital.

The Princess Royal, Patron, Scotland’s Churches Trust, will attend a meeting at New Kilpatrick Church and a Buffet Luncheon at Bearsden Burgh Hall in Glasgow.

Princess Anne, Royal Patron, Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, will attend an Awards Dinner 2014 in London.

The Duke of Gloucester, Patron, Construction Youth Trust, will visit Summerfield Community Centre in West Midlands. During his visit to the area, The Duke will present The Queen’s Awards for Voluntary Service at the Hope Centre, open the restored Oak House Barns at the Oak House Museum, unveil the ‘Gift of Life’ sculpture at Russells Hall Hospital and open Lion Health.

As patron, The Duke of Gloucester will visit the Black Country Living Museum as well on Wednesday.

The Duchess of Gloucester will visit Dr Kershaw’s Hospice in Oldham, to mark the 25th Anniversary and Springhill Hospice in Rochdale, to mark the 25th Anniversary.

The Duke of Kent will visit the energy from waste facility at SITA United Kingdom Limited in Durham. During his visit to the area, The Duke will visit Whitworth Park School and Preston Park at Yarm Road.

Princess Alexandra, Patron, Leeds Castle Foundation, will attend a Dinner at Leeds Castle in Kent.

As Patron, Princess Alexandra, will visit the Queen Mother’s Clothing Guild Packing Week on View Day at St James’s Palace.

Thursday, 9th October

The Duke of Edinburgh, Colonel in Chief, Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, will visit Wattisham Garrison in Suffolk.

The Earl of Wessex, Trustee, The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation, will attend the International Golf for Youth Dinner at Windsor Castle.

A busy day will see Prince Edward visit New Directions Rugby Limited in Warwickshire. During his visit to the area Edward will open the new building of King Edward Sixth College and visit Kingsbury Outdoor Education Centre.

The Countess of Wessex will attend the London Press Club Reception at the Royal Courts of Justice in London. The Countess has a second event in London where she will attend a Reception for Great Ormond Street Hospital at the Natural History.

The Princess Royal, Warden, The Fishmongers’ Company, will attend a Committee of Wardens Meeting and General Court Meeting at the Fishmongers’ Hall in London. Princess Anne has four additional engagements in London on Thursday. As Member, The Association of Royal Navy Officers, will attend The Royal Navy Officers’ Charity 275th Anniversary Reception at Trinity House. As Patron, The Cranfield Trust, she will attend a 25th Anniversary Seminar.

Also scheduled for Anne is the RedR UK reception for whom she is President and a dinner for the Institution of Civil Engineers Charity Appeal, for which she is Patron.

The Duke of Gloucester, President, will attend a Reception to commemorate the Tenth Anniversary of the Barts Cancer Institute of Excellence at St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London.

Princess Alexandra, Patron, Leeds Castle Foundation, will open the Gatehouse and visit the new Exhibition Centres at Leeds Castle in Kent.

Friday, 10th October

The Earl of Wessex will visit Gordon’s School, Bagshot Road, West End, Surrey.

The Princess Royal, President, The Royal School Haslemere, will attend a 175th Anniversary Launch and Prize Day, at the Royal School Haslemere in Surrey.

The Princess Royal, President, Carers Trust, will hold ‘Britain’s Best Breakfast’ at Buckingham Palace.

Princess Anne will rededicate the new Boathouse and will name the Lifeboat at the Ramsgate Lifeboat Station in Kent.

The Duke of Gloucester, Patron, Blesma, will receive cyclists participating in the Soldiers Ride UK at the Tower of London. Joining The Duke will be The Duchess of Gloucester who will also will visit the Poppies in the Moat Installation at The Tower of London.

Sunday, 12th October

The Earl of Wessex will inspect the Honourable Artillery Company, Light Cavalry, at Guards Polo Club at Windsor Great Park in Surrey.

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