Monday, 12 October 2015

Royalty in Fermanagh

His Royal Highness The Duke of Kent is undertaking a two-day visit to County Fermanagh.

The Duke of Kent this morning visited Ready Eggs Limited, Manor Water House Farm, Lisnaskea, County Fermanagh.

His Royal Highness, President, Royal National Lifeboat Institution, this afternoon opened Carrybridge Lifeboat Station, Carrybridge, County Fermanagh.

HRH later viewed an emergency services exercise at Enniskillen Airport, 62 Killadeas Road, Trory, Enniskillen, County Fermanagh.

The Duke of Kent opened Horizon West Children's Hospice, Killadeas, Enniskillen, and was received by Her Majesty's Lord-Lieutenant of County Fermanagh (the Viscount Brookeborough).

His Royal Highness this afternoon visited Arc Healthy Living Centre, 116-122 Sallys Wood, Irvinestown, County Fermanagh.

The Duke of Kent, President, Commonwealth War Graves Commission, later visited the Commonwealth War Graves in Derryvullan North Church of Ireland Churchyard, County Fermanagh.

His Royal Highness subsequently visited the recently restored Famine Graveyard in Reihill Park, Irvinestown.

The Duke of Kent afterwards visited St. Gabriel's Retreat, the Graan, Enniskillen.

His Royal Highness later visited the Inniskillings Museum, the Castle, Enniskillen.

HRH visited the ARC Healthy Living Centre in Irvinestown and met staff and guests.

His Royal Highness also met a range of volunteers from uniformed organisations, hospital volunteers and recipients of the British Empire Medal.


Grannymar said...

I thought Prince Edward was The Earl of Wessex.

Timothy Belmont said...

The Earl of Wessex is indeed Prince Edward; the present Duke of Kent was born Prince Edward, too, as the grandson of GEORGE V.