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Thursday, August 29, 2013

Sea Cadets helped by Rotary in London & Monarchy Supporters

Monarchy & Rotary Fun Events
2013 has been a very exciting year to date for the members and supporters of the Berkshire Monarchy Group & Rotary in London with events that have been great fun and educational. Our events started with attendance at the Major General’s review on the 1st of June which was thoroughly enjoyed by all.
On the 17th of June we attended Garter Day at Windsor Castle where we all enjoyed the most honourable and noble order of the Garter processions, a program of music and the service from inside St George’s chapel.  “It was amazing to view and be so close to the long tradition of the garter procession” guests shared. Additionally, to see 7 robed members of the Royal Family and The Sovereign. The Queen, whose father George VI appointed her as Sovereign of the Order and her husband Prince Philip that now is, the longest serving, oldest ever spouse and male member, of the British royal family.
To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II a special visit to Buckingham Palace, on the 27th of July, the first day of the summer opening was thoroughly enjoyed. The group of 50 guests enjoyed the largest ever Coronation exhibition and view of the state rooms that offered a superb display of dress, uniform and robes worn along with works of art. The exhibition offered 6 different themes that included planning, preparation, outfits and portraits which we all enjoyed before taking refreshments in the Palace gardens. Dr Barry Twigg MBE also answered any questions from guests after viewing the exhibition. The group also supported the UK Sea Cadets with fundraising for their new training ship at this event and arranged a group card to be signed by all guests and sent to The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to celebrate the recent birth of Prince George Alexander Louis.
For further information or to make a donation for the sea cadets please contact Karen Aston on (+44) 07768904878 or email: