A message from The Queen on the 50th anniversary of the University of Bath receiving its Royal Charter
Published 25 October 2016
I send my best wishes to the staff, students, alumni and supporters of the University of Bath who are present in Bath Abbey to commemorate the Fiftieth Anniversary of the University's establishment by Royal Charter.
As you celebrate your achievements in research and education over the last fifty years, I have pleasure in conveying my congratulations to you all on this most significant anniversary.
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