Daily Record: July 26th, 2010


Clarence House

The Prince of Wales this morning departed Royal Air Force Lyneham for Germany.

His Royal Highness, Colonel-in-Chief, Army Air Corps, this afternoon presented Operational Service Medals to 1 Regiment and personnel from the Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers at Princess Royal Barracks, Gütersloh, who have recently returned from Afghanistan.

The Prince of Wales, this evening arrived at Royal Air Force Marham from Germany.

Major William Mackinlay was in attendance.

The Duchess of Cornwall this morning visited Queen Victoria, City of Liverpool Cruise Terminal, Prince’s Parade, Liverpool, to mark the One Hundred and Seventieth Anniversary of Cunard and was received by Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Merseyside (Dame Lorna Muirhead).

Her Royal Highness, Patron, TS Astute, this afternoon visited TS Astute Sea Cadet Corps, Victoria Road, Wallasey.

The Duchess of Cornwall afterwards visited Kind Environment Centre, 19 Back Canning Street, Liverpool, to commemorate its Thirty Fifth Birthday Appeal.

Her Royal Highness later visited CleanUp UK and the Community of Old Barn Residents Association, Old Barn Road, Liverpool.

Kensington Palace

The Duke of Gloucester this morning visited Newcastle International Airport, Woolsington, Newcastle upon Tyne, to mark its Seventy Fifth Anniversary and was received by Mr Frederick Hoult (Vice Lord-Lieutenant of Tyne and Wear).

His Royal Highness this afternoon officially opened St Andrew’s Way, Eldon Square Shopping Centre, Percy Street, Newcastle upon Tyne.

The Duke of Gloucester afterwards visited St Michael and All Angels Church and Almshouses and officially opened the Davidson Suite in Kepier Hall, Church Street, Houghton Le Spring, Tyne and Wear.

St James’s Palace

The Duke of Kent this morning visited Miner’s Court, Redruth, and was received by Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Cornwall (the Lady Mary Holborow).

His Royal Highness this afternoon visited Pool Innovation Centre, Trevenson Road, Pool, Redruth.

The Duke of Kent afterwards visited Helston Bowling Club, the Monument, Coinagehall Street, Helston.

His Royal Highness later visited Geevor Tin Mine, Pendeen, Penzance.

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