Court Circular

WINDSOR CASTLE

22 April: The Duke of Edinburgh, Patron, the Shakespeare Globe Trust, this afternoon visited Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, London SE1.

Later His Royal Highness visited the Exhibition 'Shakespeare and his Globe (or What You Will)' at the Bankside Gallery, 48 Hopton Street, London SE1.

The Duke of Edinburgh this evening attended the Honourable Artillery Company St George's Day Dinner at Armoury House, City Road, London EC1.

Major Charles Richards was in

attendance.

BUCKINGHAM PALACE

22 April: The Prince Edward, President, National Youth Music Theatre, this evening attended the Hagley Memorial Schools Prom at the Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore, London SW7.

Lieutenant-Colonel Sean O'Dwyer was in attendance.

22 April: The Princess Royal, Colonel- in-Chief, Royal Logistic Corps, this morning visited units at The Princess Royal Barracks, Gutersloh, the Federal Republic of Germany.

Mrs David Bowes-Lyon was in

attendance.

Her Royal Highness, President, Save the Children Fund, accompanied by Commander Timothy Laurence RN, this evening attended a Gala Concert at the Barbican, London EC2.

ST JAMES'S PALACE

22 April: The Prince of Wales, President, King Edward's Hospital Fund for London, this morning chaired a meeting of the Fund's General Council and presented the King's Fund Hospital Design Awards at 126 Albert Street, London NW1.

Miss Belinda Harley was in

attendance.

KENSINGTON PALACE

22 April: The Duke of Gloucester today visited Northamptonshire and was received on arrival by Her Majesty's Lord-Lieutenant for Northamptonshire (Mr John Lowther).

In the morning His Royal Highness opened the new extension at Moulton Primary School, Church Hill,

Moulton.

In the afternoon The Duke of Gloucester opened the new buildings at Nene College, Park Campus, Boughton Green Road, Northampton.

Major Nicholas Barne was in

attendance.

The Duchess of Gloucester today visited Nottingham and was received on arrival by Her Majesty's Lord-Lieutenant for Nottinghamshire (Sir Andrew Buchanan Bt).

Her Royal Highness, President, the Civil Service Sports Council, this morning opened the new Clubhouse at Wilford Lane, Nottingham, and later met sponsors and recipients of the County Council's 'Outstanding Public Service Awards' for 1994 at County Hall.

In the afternoon The Duchess of Gloucester opened Nottinghamshire Royal Society for the Blind's Happy Start Unit, Ortzen Street, Radford, and afterwards opened the Garden Wing at Katherine House for Nottingham Old People's Welfare Housing Society Limited, Ebury Road, Sherwood Rise.

Her Royal Highness subsequently opened Rowan Place, Portland College (for people with physical disabilities), Nottingham Road, Mansfield.

Mrs Howard Page was in

attendance.

YORK HOUSE

22 April: The Duke of Kent, Honorary President, the Royal Geographical Society, this afternoon arrived at RAF Northolt from Amman, Jordan.

The Duchess of Kent this morning opened the Peter Kernoff Building and Clive Knight Laboratories at the Royal Free Hospital Haemophilia Centre, Pond Street, London NW3.

Mrs Colin Marsh was in attendance.

The Duchess of Kent, Patron, the Kathleen Ferrier Memorial Scholarship Fund, this evening attended the final of the Kathleen Ferrier Awards for 1994, Wigmore Hall, Wigmore Street, London W1.

Mrs Peter Wilmot-Sitwell was in attendance.

ROYAL ENGAGEMENTS

TOMORROW: The Prince of Wales attends the Anzac Day Parade and Memorial Service, Leighterton, Gloucestershire. The Princess Royal, President, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, attends the Lloyds Bank Bafta Awards at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London WC1. Princess Margaret, President, National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, attends the Children's Variety Performance at the Palladium Theatre, London W1. The Duchess of Kent takes the Review of Queen's Scouts, Windsor Castle, and attends the National Scout Service, St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire.

The Queen's Gallery

TODAY: The Queen's Gallery opens between 10am and 5pm, and last admission is at 4.30pm. TOMORROW: The Queen's Gallery opens between 2pm and 5pm, and last admission is at 4.30pm.

Changing of the Guard

TODAY: The Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment mounts the Queen's Life Guard at Horse Guards, 11am; 1st Battalion Irish Guards mounts the Queen's Guard, at Buckingham Palace, 11.30am, band provided by the Welsh Guards. TOMORROW: The Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment mounts the Queen's Life Guard at Horse Guards, 11am; 1st Battalion The King's Regiment mounts the Queen's Guard, at Buckingham Palace, 11.30am, band provided by the Coldstream Guards.

Windsor Castle

TODAY and TOMORROW: The Precincts and State Apartments at Windsor Castle open between 10am and 6pm.

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