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HQ ARRC 18h
HRH The Prince of Wales is discusses the ARRC's role as part of the NATO Force Structure with ARRC Senior personnel Visit our Facebook page for more details
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The Prince attended a Command Brief where the role of was explained followed by a visit to the Officers’ Mess to meet the 23 senior national representatives of each country represented.
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The Prince of Wales today met soldiers and their families at the barracks in Gloucester. The NATO Allied Rapid Reaction Corps supports operations around Europe and is made up of troops from 23 countries, ready for deployment at any time.
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Great photo, thank you for sharing it with us.
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Hope you enjoyed the visit Harriet.
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Wales Air Ambulance Feb 19
We have some very important news to share with you. We are delighted to announce that the Prince of Wales will officially open our Head Office and South Wales airbase in Dafen, Llanelli on Friday, February 23rd. We are very much looking forward to the occasion.
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The Prince's Trust Feb 19
We're delighted that HRH The Prince of Wales visited Dearne Community Fire Station last week, where we deliver our Team programme with . Together, we inspire young people to boost their confidence and job skills over 12-weeks 👩🏽‍🚒👨🏻‍🚒🚒>
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Clarence House Feb 16
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HRH meets graduate & apprentice trainees as well Industrial Cadets from local schools and colleges. The Industrial Cadets programme was inspired by HRH and is designed to develop students' knowledge, awareness & experience of engineering.
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Clarence House Feb 16
To finish the day, The Prince formally restarted 'N furnace' at Liberty Speciality Steels. The furnace was previously mothballed in 2015, but since took over steelmaking is underway again, providing 300 local jobs.
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Clarence House Feb 16
Meanwhile in Rotherham, The Prince of Wales, President, visited a project to see how the Trust's ‘Team Programme’ is helping young people develop skills by working with the fire service.
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Clarence House Feb 16
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Today the engine is pulling Saloon 21661, which dates from 1847, is famous as the 'Old Gentlemen's Saloon', from The Railway Children, which was filmed on this line.
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Clarence House Feb 16
All aboard! HRH joins the drivers on locomotive No.85, an engine that re-entered service in 2016 after being restored by volunteers.
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Clarence House Feb 16
The Duchess meets volunteers, who are vital to the running of the line. Volunteering projects are also being used to transfer skills to trainee engineers.
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Clarence House Feb 16
With the help a vintage bus, HRH travels through the beautiful town of Haworth on the way to the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway. Railway is celebrating 50 years since it reopened!
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Clarence House Feb 16
These local children have been taking part in a creative writing competition organised by . The Duchess is passionate about promoting the importance of literacy.
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Clarence House Feb 16
HRH writes the last line of Wuthering Heights in a newly created manuscript. During 2017, over 12,000 visitors have participated in the project to recreate Emily Brontë's long lost manuscript.
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Clarence House Feb 16
At , The Duchess is celebrating the bicentenary of the birth of Emily Brontë & 90 years of the Brontë Museum. The parsonage is the former home of the Brontë family & the place where their great novels were written.
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Clarence House Feb 16
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The Victorian Grade II listed building was officially opened in 1896 by The Duke and Duchess of York (later King George V & Queen Mary).
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Clarence House Feb 16
At Halifax Borough market, TRH take a look at the local Yorkshire produce on offer. As part of a £150m investment, the historic market building is being preserved & enhanced to attract new visitors and traders.
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Clarence House Feb 16
Thank you to everyone who came to to welcome Their Royal Highnesses to Yorkshire!
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