Duke of Edinburgh


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Englishman and husband of Elizabeth II (born 1921)

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Duke of Edinburgh Award leaders at Holmfirth High School have grown the numbers of students participating to over 100 per year and are planning to expand the programme.
lt;B Roy Jenkins, Chancellor of the Exchequer, with the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh at the opening of the Royal Mint 's new building at Llantrisant in January 1969 after its opening the previous year
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, visits Martensen Street, Wavertree, Liverpool, in February, 1978; and, above, right, the Queen and Prince Philip take a ride on the Yellow Duck amphibious vehicle during a visit to Merseyside Maritime Museum, on
The Pakistan Society Award 2017 was presented at the dinner by the Duke of Edinburgh to Dr Syed Babar Ali OBE for services to conservation, government, and UK- Pakistan relations.
His charity work, in particular his role as chairman of The Duke of Edinburgh awards, has benefitted millions of young people across Scotland.
The Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme was set up by Prince Philip in 1956 and ever since has encouraged the development of young people, offering them adventures and opportunities, across the UK.
A number of our pupils along with parents and school staff attended Holyrood Palace on 7 July to receive their Duke of Edinburgh Gold Awards.
The company holds the Royal Warrant as "Manufacturers of Motor Vehicles, By Appointment" from all three current grantors: HM The Queen, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh and HRH The Prince of Wales.
To be entered into the "Post Your Selfie & Win" competition at the Duke of Edinburgh Championship:
A WOMAN told she was unlikely to live beyond her teenage years has defied medics to win a gold Duke of Edinburgh Award at the age of 26.
The proud dad had hoped to get all his family together for an official portrait to mark the arrival of his now six-day old son, but the Duke of Edinburgh is still resting after his recent health problems.
HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, formally opened the building on 16 October 2012.
Summary: The Duke of Edinburgh is being treated in hospital after a recurrence of the bladder infection he suffered earlier in the summer.
THE Duke of Edinburgh was expected to take it easy as he celebrated his 91st birthday yesterday just a day after leaving hospital.