The Duke of York this morning attended a University Technical College Demonstration Day at the University of Hull and was received by the Mr. Andrew Marr (Vice Lord-Lieutenant of East Riding of Yorkshire). His Royal Highness, Admiral, Sea Cadet Corps, later visited Hull Sea Cadets, 118 Argyle Street, Kingston-upon-Hull. The Duke of York this afternoon met entrepreneurs at the Centre for Digital Innovation Beta, the Fruit Market, 47 Queen Street, Hull, followed by a Lunch and Discussion on Entrepreneurship and Enterprise. His Royal Highness later received a briefing on the Hull Youth Enterprise Partnership at Malet Lambert School, James Reckitt Avenue, Kingston-upon-Hull.
The Prince Charles, Duke of Rothesay, Patron, the National Trust for Scotland, this morning received the Lord Lindsay (President). His Royal Highness, President, The Prince's Trust, this afternoon received Mr. Allan Watt (Director, The Prince's Trust Scotland), Mr. James Thomson (Scotland Council Member) and Mr. James Barrack (Scotland Council Member).
I wanted to share my congratulations with you all for the launch of the new Clore Art Room. I was looking forward to joining you all for this particularly special day as part of The Clore Duffield Foundation's 50th Anniversary year.