Royal visits and messages following flooding in the UK
THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT IS ISSUED BY THE PRESS SECRETARY TO THE QUEEN
Following the recent flooding in the UK, The Queen has made a private donation to the Red Cross Appeal (of which she is Patron) for the flood disaster.
Earlier in the week, Her Majesty sent a message of sympathy to the Lord Lieutenants of the counties affected.
Today, The Princess Royal will visit Gloucester to meet those whose homes have been damaged or businesses affected by the recent flooding as well as a local support group leader.
The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall will visit Upton upon Severn and Tewkesbury in Gloucestershire to meet those affected by the recent flooding and members of the emergency services. They will visit a Water Distribution Centre and meet members of the emergency services and Armed Forces at Cheltenham Racecourse.
On 29 June 2007 The Prince of Wales visited Catcliffe and met those affected by the flooding and members of the emergency services involved in the rescue efforts.
On 4 July 2007 The Prince of Wales visited Toll Bar, near Doncaster, and met those affected by the flooding and members of the emergency services involved in the rescue efforts.
A speech by The Queen at the Inauguration of the General Synod, 2015
St. Paul reminds us that all Christians, as ambassadors for Christ, are entrusted with the ministry of reconciliation.
Christmas Broadcast 2011
It is through this lens of history that we should view the conflicts of today, and so give us hope for tomorrow.
Christmas Broadcast 2012
At Christmas I am always struck by how the spirit of togetherness lies also at the heart of the Christmas story.
Christmas Broadcast 1997
Being united - that is, feeling a unity of purpose - is the glue that bonds together the members of a family, a country, a Commonwealth.
Christmas Broadcast 2002
All great religions have such times of renewal, moments to take stock before moving on to face the challenges which lie ahead.
A message from The Queen to President Hollande following the Paris attacks
A speech by The Queen at the Home Office, 2015
A life of public service is an honourable calling.
Christmas Broadcast 1977
My hope this Christmas is that the Christian spirit of reconciliation may burn as strongly in our hearts during the coming year.
Christmas Broadcast 1972
In the United Kingdom we have our own particular sorrows in Northern Ireland and I want to send a special message of sympathy to all those men, women and children who have...
Christmas Broadcast 1975
Then Christmas comes, and once again we are reminded that people matter, and it is our relationship with one another that is most important.
'Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee Scrapbook' website is launched
Commonwealth Day message, 11 March 2002
The true celebration of diversity involves reaching out, recognising and embracing difference, and in so doing enriching our lives.
A speech by The Queen at the China State Banquet, 2015
We celebrate the ties between our two countries and prepare to take them to ambitious new heights.
The Queen's message to the President of the Turkish Republic
State Opening of Parliament
A speech by The Queen at the Borders Railway, Scotland
Inevitably, a long life can pass by many milestones; my own is no exception. But I thank you all, and the many others at home and overseas, for your touching messages of great...
The Duke of Cambridge writes preface to Douglas Hurd's Elizabeth II: The Steadfast
A speech by The Queen at the German State Banquet, 2015
Since 1945 the United Kingdom has determined to number among Germany's very strongest friends in Europe.
Prince Harry has been made a Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order
A speech by The Queen at the Women's Institute centenary AGM
In the century since the first W.I. groups were formed in North Wales and in Sussex, so much has changed for women in our society.