Daily Record: April 2nd, 2019


Windsor Castle

The Queen, Patron, this evening gave a Reception at Windsor Castle to mark the Centenary of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations.

The Princess Royal and The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester were present.

Clarence House

The Prince of Wales this morning received Professor Klaus Schwab (Founder and Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum).

Buckingham Palace

The Duke of York, Vice-Admiral, this afternoon received Air Vice-Marshal Garry Tunnicliffe upon relinquishing his appointment as Defence Services Secretary and Rear Admiral James Macleod upon assuming the appointment.

His Royal Highness, Vice-Admiral, received Admiral Sir Philip Jones (First Sea Lord and Chief of the Naval Staff).

St James’s Palace

The Princess Royal, President, Animal Health Trust, this afternoon attended the Fellowship Reception at the Kennel Club, 5 Clarges Street, London W1, and was received by Dr Paul Knapman (Deputy Lieutenant of Greater London).

Her Royal Highness this afternoon attended the City Lit Centenary Awards Ceremony, 1-10 Keeley Street, London WC2, and was received by Mrs Sandra Cahill (Deputy Lieutenant of Greater London).

Kensington Palace

The Duke of Gloucester, Colonel-in-Chief, Royal Army Medical Corps, this afternoon attended the book launch of Military Medicine in Iraq and Afghanistan: A Comprehensive Review” at the Army and Navy Club, 36-39 Pall Mall, London SW1.

St James’s Palace

The Duke of Kent this morning presented The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service to University of Bristol Botanic Gardens, Stoke Park Road, Stoke Bishop, Bristol, and was received by Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of the County and City of Bristol (Mrs Peaches Golding).

His Royal Highness this afternoon attended a Blessing of the Saxon Well of St Edith of Wilton, Castle Park, Bristol.

The Duke of Kent afterwards unveiled a Memorial to honour Sikh soldiers who lost their lives in the First and Second World Wars, Castle Park.

His Royal Highness subsequently met members of the Normandy Veteran Association at the Garden of Peace Memorial to Bristolians who died in the Normandy landings of the Second World War, Castle Park.

The Duke of Kent later officially opened the new In-Patient Unit, St Peter’s Hospice, Charlton Road, Brentry, Bristol.

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