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Duchess of Cambridge visits WWII's newly refurbished Bletchley Park

<![CDATA[The Duchess of Cambridge has visited Bletchley Park today, the hub of intelligence during the Second World War. Bletchley Park, located in Milton Keynes, played such a key role in WWII, that it is thought the work that took place there, intercepting and decoding intelligence, shortened the war by two years. Bletchley Manor was chosen by ‘Captain Ridley’s Shooting Party’…
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The Cambridge Effect: Tourism rises Down Under

<![CDATA[It is a well known fact that the British Royal Family have been monumental in boosting tourism in the United Kingdom. In the past few years, events such as the Royal Wedding and The Queen's Diamond Jubilee have generated millions of pounds of revenue for…
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The Queen orders new £5 coin to commemorate Prince George’s 1st birthday

<![CDATA[The Royal Mint are set to release a new commemorative £5 coin to celebrate Prince George's 1st birthday next month, a proclamation published bythe Privy Council shows. The proclamation, setting out the specification for the coin, was made in a meeting of the Privy Council where it was given The Queen's approval yesterday evening. Her Majestyhas given the order…
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge commemorate Gold Beach Landings

<![CDATA[The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended a commemoration event for the Gold Beach Landings, which formed part of D-Day. They went to support the Commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the Normandy Landings at Gold Beach, one of the many that the Allied soldiers landed on at the north of France. 83,115 British soldiers landed in Normandy on D-Day, with 24,000 of those on Gold…
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Interview: New portrait of The Duchess of Cambridge gets Royal seal of approval

<![CDATA[Whilst in Scotland on Thursday, The Earl and Countess of Strathearn were shown a portrait of Catherine from a local artist, Tom Sutton-Smith; I have been fortunate enough to talk with Glenys Andrews, who presented the portrait to the Royal couple as Mr Sutton-Smith was in Paris, as well as the artist himself. “The event organisers asked Perthshire Open Studios to curate an art…
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