3 January 2013
Scores of generations have passed through its halls since then.A speech by The Duke of Cambridge at the University of St Andrews 600th Anniversary Appeal Dinner at Middle Temple Hall
It will be far more than just a world class facility for training our future world-beating national team.A speech by The Duke of Cambridge at the opening of St. George's Park
It is still worth telling. It has huge relevance for what’s happening in the world today.A speech by Prince Harry to introduce Zulu War Talks, St. James's Palace, London
To exchange combat kit for ceremonial uniform in the space of two weeks is nothing short of remarkable.A speech by The Duke of Cambridge to the 1st Battalion Irish Guards at Windsor
It’s knowing that so many of Scotland’s finest brains and greatest achievers gained – and continue to gain - inspiration from this placeA speech by Prince William at St. Andrews University, Scotland
8 March 2011
14 February 2011
The Colours, that I am presenting to you this morning, represent the spirit of the Regiment, past and present.A speech by The Queen to 1st Battalion, Grenadier Guards, 2010
You have the greatest cause to be proud of your achievements.A speech by The Queen to the 1st Battalion Irish Guards, 2009
The remarkable re-birth of this great and gleaming station means that people across the whole of Britain, not just the south-east, are suddenly quite a bit closer to Europe.A speech by The Queen at the opening of High Speed 1, St Pancras International
In a Regiment with such a rich family tradition it must give considerable cause for pride and satisfaction that the present generation of Welsh Guardsmen loses nothing in comparison with its predecessors.Presentation of Colours to the 1st Battalion Welsh Guards, 4 May 2006
The Gospel has brought hope, as it has done throughout the ages; and the Church has adapted and continued its ministry, often in new ways - such as digital forms of worship.The Queen's message to the Opening Session of the 11th General Synod
Ipswich, Norwich, and Cambridge have all become centres of excellence in their different ways.Visit to Bury St. Edmund's, Suffolk, 17 July 2002
A central weekend of events and festivities will mark HM's 70 years on the throne.
Find out more about how Her Majesty's reign has been celebrated at key moments.
I declare before you all that my whole life whether it be long or short shall be devoted to your service and the service of our great imperial family to which we all belong.A speech by the Queen on her 21st Birthday, 1947
A speech delivered by Prince William as Lord High Commissioner during the Opening Ceremony of the CofS
The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester reopen The Princess Alice Garden
Lá Fhéile Pádraig sona daoibh go léirA message from Her Majesty The Queen to the President of Ireland, His Excellency Michael D Higgins
70 'Did you know?' facts to celebrate Her Royal Highness's landmark birthday.
Our society is defined by how we look after those who keep us all safe. It matters deeply that we help the families who play such an important role in supporting them.A speech by The Duke of Cambridge at a reception for the Metropolitan and City Police Orphans Fund
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