The choice of Caernarfon Castle for Prince Charles' investiture
'exposed divisions' says Alun Ffred Jones
The Calendar Girls star, famous for her nude TV and film roles, told royal officials she does not want publicity.Video film is usually given to the media after an investiture
, including David Beckham receiving an OBE last week.
In 1969, in preparation for his investiture
, Charles studied Welsh at the University College of Wales, a demonstration of his respect for a title that earlier princes of Wales had merely regarded as a temporary rung in their ascendance to the British throne.
The file - entitled 'Threat of bomb outrages in Wales at the time of the investiture
of the Prince of Wales' - is held at the Public Record Office under the code CAB 164/389.
Whilst Lloyd George was recognised as an eminent politician, did he really, as a true Welshman, want an investiture
, knowing full well of the English dominance and significance?
We were billeted in a primary school or something on the outskirts." Plen, who lives at Telford Estate, Shrewsbury, said: "On the day of the investiture
I was about 100 yards or so from the main castle entrance.
HALF a century after the controversial Investiture
at Caernarfon Castle, the Prince of Wales has met one of the leading campaigners against the ceremony.
THE Prince of Wales - the longest-serving holder of the title in history - is celebrating the 50th anniversary of his investiture
THE Prince of Wales - the longestserving holder of the title in history - will today celebrate the 50th anniversary of his investiture
A civil servant from Northumberland whose career has spanned 30 years, taking him from Longbenton to London, and who was rewarded for his services to the public with an OBE in the New Year's Honours List, has had his investiture
at Windsor Castle with The Queen.
LAHORE -- Twenty-three officers of the Pakistan Army were awarded the Sitara-i-Imtiaz while 48 officers were honoured with the Tamgha-e-Imtiaz during an investiture
ceremony on Thursday.
On Tuesday, Queen Elizabeth II hosted a special reception at Buckingham Palace to celebrate the 50th year since Prince Charles' Investiture
as the Prince of Wales.