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The Royal Week – Monday 11th November

Tuesday 12th November
Her Majesty The Queen visits Manchester on Thursday.

Her Majesty The Queen visits Manchester on Thursday.

His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh presents Gold Duke of Edinburgh Awards at a ceremony in St. James’s Palace today.

Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Gloucester celebrates 40 years of the The National Association of Decorative and Fine Arts Societies today. The Duchess, Patron of the Association, is attending a festival organised by volunteers at Kensington Town Hall. The Association supports Decorative and Fine Arts Societies around the United Kingdom and gives its members opportunities to get involved in various arts projects and restorations.

His Royal Highness The Duke of Kent visits the Isle of Wight today. The Duke is opening the new air ambulance helicopter pad at St. Mary’s Hospital and meeting with members of Isle of Wight Scouting Groups. His Royal Highness also tours Marine Data Systems Limited and Milmega Limited, a recent Queen’s Award for Innovation winner that makes high-power microwave amplifiers.

Wednesday 13th November

The Duke of Edinburgh visits the British Library today to see the library’s Business and Intellectual Property Centre. Today Prince Philip also chairs the Grenadier Guard’s Autumn Council Meeting at Buckingham Palace.

Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal visits Wrexham, Clwyd today for Racing Welfare’s Charity Race Day. The Princess is President of Racing Welfare. Her Royal Highness is also attending events in London for The Hospital Club and the Carers Trust.

West Sussex welcomes His Royal Highness The Duke of Gloucester today. The Duke is opening a new gymnasium at Hazelwick School in Crawley; opening the new Adur Ferry Foot Bridge at Shoreham?by?Sea; and visiting the Sussex Inland Fisheries and Conservation Authority.

The Duchess of Gloucester is in Leicestershire. The Duchess is visiting Wyggeston’s Hospital to mark its 500th year. Her Royal Highness is also visiting Sketchley Hill Menphys Nursery, a facility for children aged 2-5 years who have special educational needs.

Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra visits the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London today. Princess Alexandra is Royal Patron of the School.

Thursday 14th November

Her Majesty The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh visit Greater Manchester today. The Queen is opening the Co-operative Headquarters at Angel Square and visits The Factory Youth Zone, a charity for young people between 8 to 21 years that offers sports, arts and craft activities.

His Royal Highness Prince Harry is attending the South Pole Allied Challenge Departure Event at London’s Trafalgar Square today as Patron of Walking With The Wounded.

The Princess Royal is attending events in London today. As Royal Patron of WISE, an organisation that inspires women and girls to follow careers in science, engineering and technology, Her Royal Highness is attending the WISE Annual Awards Ceremony at London’s Science Museum. Princess Anne also attends a conference at Royal Geographical Society as President of World Horse Welfare.

The Duke of Gloucester is attending a charity dinner at The Savay as Patron of the London Playing Fields Foundation.

The Duke of Kent is attending The Institute of Advanced Motorists Annual Lunch at the Royal Automobile Club in London. His Royal Highness is Patron of the Institute.

Friday 15th November

Prince Philip is holding a dinner at Frogmore this evening for The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. Frogmore House is a royal retreat in the grounds of Windsor Home Park.

Princess Anne is visiting Birmingham and Edinburgh. As President of The City and Guilds of London Institute, The Princess Royal is visiting The Skills Show at the National Exhibition Centre. Her Royal Highness also visits the Serenity Midwifery Birth Centre at Birmingham’s City Hospital as Patron of The Royal College of Midwives. In Edinburgh, The Princess is attending a centenary dinner at the National Museum of Scotland for The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland, of which Her Royal Highness is Royal Patron.

Saturday 16th November

The Princess Royal is in Edinburgh for a second day. As Patron of Scottish Rugby Union, Her Royal Highness is attending a ‘Captain’s Run’ training session at Murrayfield Stadium. The Princess is also attending a service at St Margaret’s Chapel as Patron of the St Margaret’s Chapel Guild.

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