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TITLE
Inverness Courier report on Prince of Wales' visit, page 3
EXTERNAL ID
Z_GB232_D375_P048
PERIOD
1930s
SOURCE
Highland Archive Centre
ASSET ID
4871
KEYWORDS
royal visits
Edward VIII
British Legion
Inverness Courier report on Prince of Wales' visit, page 3

This is the third page of the Inverness Courier report on the visit of Edward, Prince of Wales, to Inverness on 26 June 1931.

The first official engagement of the day was at Lord Roberts' Memorial Workshop on Factory Street. The workshop was one of several established across Britain after World War I to provide employment for disabled ex-servicemen. This visit was followed by an inspection of the ranks of the British Legion, of which he was Patron, and other ex-servicemen at Farraline Park. The party then proceeded to the new Maud Lawson Memorial Hall which the Prince officially opened. Here he undertook an inspection of Boy Scouts


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Inverness Courier report on Prince of Wales' visit, page 3

1930s

royal visits; Edward VIII; British Legion

Highland Archive Centre

Sir Alexander MacEwen Papers

This is the third page of the Inverness Courier report on the visit of Edward, Prince of Wales, to Inverness on 26 June 1931. <br /> <br /> The first official engagement of the day was at Lord Roberts' Memorial Workshop on Factory Street. The workshop was one of several established across Britain after World War I to provide employment for disabled ex-servicemen. This visit was followed by an inspection of the ranks of the British Legion, of which he was Patron, and other ex-servicemen at Farraline Park. The party then proceeded to the new Maud Lawson Memorial Hall which the Prince officially opened. Here he undertook an inspection of Boy Scouts <br /> <br /> <br /> For further information about this item and the collection to which it belongs, please <a href="mailto: archives@highlifehighland.com">email</a> the Highland Archive Service