Thursday 11 November 1999
The Queen Mother, accompanied by The Duke of Kent, visits the Royal British Legion Field of Remembrance at St Margaret's Church, Westminster Abbey. The Prince of Wales, President, Business in the Community, attends the 10-year celebrations of Business in the Environment at St James's Palace State Apartments. The Princess Royal, President, the Rural Housing Trust, attends a lunch at the Royal Anglo-Belgian Club, London SW1; as Yeoman, the Worshipful Company of Saddlers, launches the Millennium Apprenticeship Scheme at Saddlers' Hall, London EC2; and, as Chancellor, London University, attends the Foundation Day and Honorary Degrees Ceremony at Senate House, London WC1. The Duke of Gloucester, Air Marshal, visits RAF Waddington, Lincolnshire, and presents the new Standard to Number 51 Squadron. The Duke and The Duchess of Gloucester attend the private view of the Van Dyck Exhibition in aid of Start (Skin Treatment and Research Trust) at the Royal Academy of Arts, London W1. The Duke of Kent, Chairman, National Electronics Council, attends the Mountbatten Memorial Lecture at the Institution of Electrical Engineers, London WC2. Princess Alexandra, Patron, visits Fairbridge Teesside, Priestfields, Middlesbrough, Cleveland; as Patron, visits Mind shop at 428 Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough; as President, visits the Imperial Cancer Research Fund shop at 114 Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough; as Deputy President, visits the British Red Cross shop at 295 Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough; and, as Patron, attends a reception to be given by Fairbridge at Tall Trees, Green Lane, Yarm, Cleveland.
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