Wednesday, 14 May 2014

Princess Anne in NI

The Princess Royal is in Northern Ireland for a two-day visit.

Her Royal Highness began her visit on the 13th May, in County Londonderry, where she was greeted by the Lord-Lieutenant of County Londonderry, Mr Denis Desmond CBE.

HRH was met at the First World War Centenary Wood, at Faughan Valley, by Mr Patrick Cregg, Northern Ireland Director, the Woodland Trust.

TODAY, 14th May, The Princess Royal was met at the City of Lisburn by the Lord-Lieutenant of County Down, Mr David Lindsay, and the Right Worshipful the Mayor, Councillor Margaret Tolerton.

In County Antrim, Her Royal Highness was welcomed by the Lord-Lieutenant of County Antrim, Mrs Joan Christie OBE; Julie Jordan, regional chairman of Ride For The Disabled Northern Ireland; and Shirley Lee, group chairman.


Anonymous said...

I wonder how many Lord Lieutentants Princess Anne meets? 3 in two day is not bad going. VC

Timothy Belmont said...

Ha! Like a rolling stone, which gathers no moss!