Royal visit to Amble

Posted on 03rd July 2012 | in Community , Heritage & Tourism , News , What's On , Young People’s Activities

Prince Charles will visit Amble on July 23rd

Don’t put your bunting and Union Flags away just yet!

It has been confirmed that Prince Charles will visit the Friendliest Port in July.

HRH The Prince of Wales will meet representatives of local businesses and community groups, volunteers and young people from the town.

The Prince will visit the Pride of Northumbria shop in Queen Street, and meet volunteers and artists.

Afterwards he will walk to the Town Square, where he will meet representatives from Amble Business Club, Amble Town Council  and community volunteers. Young people will also meet the Prince, representing several volunteering projects including AmbleGPX and the skateboarders. His Royal Highness will also be introduced to local fishermen, and an RNLI representative.

There will be music and entertainment in the Square, organised by the young people who put on last year’s Emerge summer concert.

Director of Amble Development Trust Julia Aston said “It is a great honour to be able to welcome His Royal Highness to Amble. I am sure the Friendliest Port will give him the friendliest welcome.”

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One thought on "Royal visit to Amble"

  1. Ethel Looney says:

    Amble has never been so popular – GOOD, GOOD, GOOD. What with Prince Charles visiting. And mentioned on Classic fM this AM by John Suchet.
    Wow………………! What next ? Mary Queen of Strops ?! Yes, that is how she is known !

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