What is on the agenda for this week? The latest upcoming engagements for the Royal Family for the week 7th – 13th December 2015.
– Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh is to attend a carol service in aid of Veterans Aid, at the Guards Chapel, Wellington Barracks.
– Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, will spend the day in Birmingham, paying visits to organisations that help bring communities together and support young people who find themselves in vulnerable positions.
– Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester will be in Bath, to visit Brooklin Models Ltd, before he heads to Somerset for the Royal Air Force Central Band Concert at Millfield School.
– Missing People will received their patron, Birgitte, Duchess of Gloucester, at a Carol Service in St-Martin-in-the-Fields, London.
– The Duke of Kent will visit Doyle and Tratt Products Limited, West Sussex, then head to Littlehampton to visit Princess Marina House, an RAF respite centre named after his mother. Later he will be in Crawley, at Acro Aircraft.
– Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex will hand out degrees at the University of Bath, as their Chancellor, before attending an Honorary Graduate Dinner.
– Sophie, Countess of Wessex is Grand President of St. John Ambulance in the Priory of England and the Islands; she will attend a Service of lessons and carols for Christmas at The Priory Church, followed by a reception at St John’s Gate, London.
– Princess Anne, Princess Royal is also attending a carol concert, for the Household Cavalry Foundation, as Colonel of The Blues and Royals (Royal Horse Guards and 1st Dragoons). This will be held at Guards Chapel, Wellington Barracks.
– In Tower Hamlets, London, Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, will attend a Leadership Network event, as president of Business in the Community.
– The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, in their respective roles as patron of Skillforce and patron of Place2Be and SportsAid, will attend ICAP’s 23rd annual Charity Day in London.
– Princess Anne, as Royal Bencher for the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple, will be at the organisation’s book prize, to mark the 800th Anniversary of the Sealing of the Magna Carta at the Treasury Building. Later, she will host a Fellowship Reception at St. James’s Palace as president of the Animal Health Trust. The evening will finish with lessons and carols at St. Michael Paternoster Royal, for The Mission to Seafarers Limited, before a reception at Skinners’ Hall, London.
– Prince Richard is patron of Construction Youth Trust and will spend time at the new Training Centre in Bermondsey. Later on, with his wife, The Duchess of Gloucester, the Duke will attend a reception at the British Museum.
– The Duke of Kent, as Grand Master of United Grand Lodge of England, will attend the Royal Alpha Installation at Freemasons’ Hall, London.
– More Christmas carols: Princess Alexandra will attend the Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals Charity Christmas Concert in St Luke’s Church, London.
– The Duke of Cambridge will visit Keogh Barracks in Aldershot to award members of the British Army’s 22 Field Hospital with their Government Ebola Medal for Service in West Africa.
– Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, will be in Warminster, Wiltshire, to see Action on Addiction’s Centre for Addiction Treatment Studies as their patron.
– Anne will be attending a Committee of Wardens Meeting, a General Court Meeting and a Luncheon at the Fishmongers’ Hall, London Bridge. In the evening, The Princess Royal will attend a carol concert and reception at Central Hall Westminster for Voluntary Service Overseas, as their patron.
– The Duchess of Gloucester, Royal Patron of The Lullaby Trust, will spend her evening at a carol concert at St. Columba’s Church.
– Patron of St Christopher’s Hospice, Princess Alexandra, will pay the centre a visit in Sydenham, London.
– Prince Charles will represent The Queen at The Sovereign’s Parade, at Sandhurst, Surrey.
– A graduation ceremony at the Trinity Laban Dance Faculty, London, will be attended by The Duke of Kent. Later, Prince Edward will be at The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers Regimental Dinner at The Tower of London, as the reigment’s Colonel in Chief.