Court Circular

WINDSOR CASTLE

5 July: By command of the Queen, the Lord Camoys, Lord in Waiting, called upon the Governor-General of Belize today at the Holiday Inn, Heathrow Airport, and welcomed Her Excellency on behalf of Her Majesty on her arrival in the country.

BUCKINGHAM PALACE

4 July: The Duke of York, Patron of the United States Army Air Forces Reunion, this afternoon visited Duxford, Cambridgeshire, to watch the Classic Fighter Display and was received by Her Majesty's Lord- Lieutenant for Cambridgeshire (Mr James Crowden).

His Royal Highness attended a Dinner this evening in the Officers' Mess at Duxford.

Captain Neil Blair RN was in attendance.

4 July: The Princess Royal, President, National Association of Young Farmer's Clubs, this evening attended a Summer Ball at Dunstall Court, Aftwood Lane, Feckenham, near Redditch, and was received by Her Majesty's Lord-Lieutenant for Hereford and Worcester (Mr Thomas Dunne).

KENSINGTON PALACE

4 July: The Prince of Wales, Colonel-in-Chief, Parachute Regiment, attended the Airborne Forces Day at Aldershot, Hampshire.

Colonel John Winter, Parachute Regiment, was in attendance.

YORK HOUSE

4 July: The Duke of Kent, President of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, accompanied by the Duchess of Kent, was present this afternoon at the Championship Meeting at Wimbledon and presented challenge trophies to the winners.

Mrs Colin Marsh and Commander Roger Walker were in attendance.

5 July: The Duke of Kent, President of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, accompanied by the Duchess of Kent, was present this afternoon at the Championship Meeting at Wimbledon and presented challenge trophies to the winners.

Mrs Julian Tompkins and Captain the Hon Tom Coke were in attendance.

THATCHED HOUSE LODGE

5 July: Princess Alexandra and Sir Angus Ogilvy this afternoon attended the Finals of the All England Lawn Tennis Club Championship Meeting at Wimbledon.

ROYAL ENGAGEMENTS

The Duke of Edinburgh, Patron and Trustee, attends a dinner in support of the Duke of Edinburgh's Award World Fellowship at St James's Palace. The Princess of Wales visits Edward House, Oldham, Greater Manchester; opens the Manchester Royal Infirmary Phase II Development; and names the new Trafford Narrowboat for the Young Disabled. The Princess Royal officially opens Westmorland General Hospital; opens opens the new Magistrates' Court at Kendal, Cumbria; as President, Royal Yatching Association, attends the 1992 Sonata International Championships, Windermere Cruising Association Clubhouse, Cumbria; as President, Animal Health Trust, attends a dinner at the Kennel Club, London W1; and as Patron, the British Nutrition Foundation, attends a Silver Jubilee Reception at the Royal College of Physicians, London NW1. Princess Alexandra presides at Ceremonies for the conferment of Degrees at Lancaster University.

Changing of the Guard

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 Grenadier Guards.

Bands playing in the Royal Parks

St James's Park, Royal Engineers Band, 12.30pm-2pm, 5.30pm-7pm.

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