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BUCKINGHAM PALACE

10 July: The Queen visited Clwyd today and was received by Her Majesty's Lord-Lieutenant for Clwyd (Sir William Gladstone Bt).

Her Majesty opened Kimberley- Clark's Coleshill Mill at Delyn and was received by Mr Brian Howes (President, Kimberley-Clark Service and Industrial Division Europe).

After touring the Mill, The Queen unveiled a commemorative plaque.

The Queen then visited Shotton to open the Deeside Community Hospital and was received by The Most Reverend Alwyn Rice Jones (Archbishop of Wales) and Mrs Anne Roberts (Chairman, Clwyd Health Authority).

After touring the Hospital, Her Majesty unveiled a commemorative plaque.

The Queen later visited Overton- on-Dee and was received by Mrs Joan Wingett (Chairman, Overton Charter Committee) and Prebendary Walter Williams (Rector of St Mary's Church).

Her Majesty watched a Pageant, and then planted a tree in the Churchyard.

The Queen later visited the Llangollen International Eisteddfod and was received by the Lord Hooson (Eisteddfod President). Her Majesty opened the new Royal International Pavilion and unveiled a commemorative plaque.

Mrs John Dugdale, the Right Hon David Hunt MP (Secretary of State for Wales) and Mrs Hunt, the Right Hon Sir Robert Fellowes and Wing Commander David Walker RAF were in attendance.

The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh were represented by Lieutenant-Colonel the Earl of Morley, Her Majesty's Lord-Lieutenant for Devon, at the Memorial Service for the Lord Roborough, formerly Her Majesty's Lord-Lieutenant for Devon, which was held in St Mary's Church, Bickleigh, today.

The Queen was represented by the Lord Camoys, Lord-in-Waiting, at the Funeral of the Lord Winterbottom, formerly Lord-in- Waiting, which was held in Chelsea Old Church, London SW3, today.

The Duke of Edinburgh, Patron, visited the Thrombosis Research Institute, Emmanuel Kaye Building, Manresa Road, London SW3, this morning.

Brigadier Miles Hunt Davis was in attendance.

His Royal Highness, President, later opened The Duke of Edinburgh's Seventh Commonwealth Study Conference in Oxford and was received by Her Majesty's Lord- Lieutenant for Oxfordshire (Sir Ashley Ponsonby Bt).

Mr Brian McGrath was in attendance.

10 July: The Princess Royal this morning visited the Royal Windsor Rose and Horticultural Society Summer Show, Home Park, Windsor, and was received by Her Majesty's Lord-Lieutenant for the Royal County of Berkshire (Mr John Henderson).

Mrs William Nunneley was in attendance.

KENSINGTON PALACE

10 July: The Prince of Wales, President, Business in the Community, held a seminar on business and development.

His Royal Highness, Patron, Music in the Country Churches, this evening attended a Recital by Anne Sofie von Otter at St Lawrence Church, Lechlade, Gloucestershire, and was received by Her Majesty's Lord-Lieutenant for Gloucestershire (Mr Henry Elwes).

Lieutenant-Commander Robert Fraser RN was in attendance.

The Princess of Wales this morning visited the Thomas Coram Homeless Children's Project in Hackney, London E9.

Captain Edward Musto RM was in attendance.

YORK HOUSE

10 July: The Duke of Kent, Chairman of the United Kingdom Trustees, today attended the Opening of The Duke of Edinburgh's Seventh Commonwealth Study Conference in Oxford and was received by Her Majesty's Lord-Lieutenant for Oxfordshire (Sir Ashley Ponsonby Bt).

Commander Roger Walker RN was in attendance.

ROYAL ENGAGEMENTS

The Princess Royal, Patron, Royal Lymington Yacht Club, today attends the Annual Regatta, West Solent, Hampshire; and, as President, National Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs, attends a 'Summer Sensation' at National Westminster Bank Staff Training College, Heythrop Park, Oxfordshire. Princess Margaret, President, National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, tonight attends an evening of Jazz at the Tithe Barn, Stanway House, Toddington, Gloucestershire. The Duke of Kent today attends the Benson and Hedges Cup Final between Kent County Cricket Club and Hampshire County Cricket Club at Lord's Cricket Ground, London NW8, as a guest of the Marylebone Cricket Club. Prince Edward, President, the National Youth Music Theatre, tomorrow attends a gala performance of The Ragged Child at the Mayflower Theatre, Southampton, in aid of the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. The Princess Royal, President, Animal Health Trust, tomorrow attends the 'Animal Fun Day' Silver Ring, Ascot Racecourse, Berkshire.

Changing of the Guard

TODAY: 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 The King's Regiment. TOMORROW: The Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment mounts The Queen's Life Guard at Horse Guards, 10am; 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

TODAY: St James's Park, Royal Engineers Band, 12.30pm-2pm, 5.30pm-7pm; Regent's Park, Harrow Concert Band, 12.30pm-2pm, 5.30pm-7pm. TOMORROW: Regent's Park, Harrow Concert Band, 3pm-4.30pm, 6pm-7.30pm; Hyde Park, Group for Winchcombe Concert Brass Band, 3pm-4.30pm, 6pm-7.30pm; Greenwich Park, Hillingdon Band, 3pm- 4.30pm, 6pm-7.30pm.

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