Duke of Lancaster

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the fourth son of Edward III who was the effective ruler of England during the close of his father's reign and during the minority of Richard II

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The Duke of Lancaster Appreciation Society campaign group is preparing to set up a registered charity to raise cash to transform it.
Six years ago, the Duke of Lancaster Appreciation Society (DOLAS) was formed in a bid to restore and reopen the ship to the public.
The Duke of Lancaster has been marooned at Llanerch-y-Mor for more than 30 years and campaigners want the public to come forward with ideas on what could be done with it.
Her vision was to transform the Duke of Lancaster from a long-forgotten liner into an open-air gallery bedecked in the creations of some of Europe's edgiest and best-known street artists.
In these circumstances, harsh as it may seem to those wishing to preserve the SS Duke of Lancaster, in the interest of public safety, the only sensible course of action is to demolish her, without delay.
Campaigners want to see the regeneration of the Duke of Lancaster ship, which has been beached at Llanerch-y-Mor, near Mostyn, for more than 30 years.
The Duke of Lancaster Appreciation Society (DOLAS), which has more than 1,000 members, wants to transform the abandoned cruise liner beached at Llanerch-y-Mor, near Mostyn into a tourist attraction and nautical school.
Soldiers who used to serve with Simon in the Duke of Lancaster come down and play against people who went to school with Simon and grew up with him.
The Duke Of Lancaster Appreciation Society (DOLAS) has drawn up plans to restore the abandoned vessel - which has been beached at Llanerch-y-Mor near Mostyn since 1979 - to its former glory.
SPEKE-BASED Lancashire Tea brewed up a treat for the Armed Forces by donating thousands of its tea bags to the Duke of Lancaster Regiment as part of last Sunday's Lancashire Day celebrations.
The title was given for 'services to the restored king' and due to the first duke's 'noble lineage' being descended from John of Gaunt, the first Duke of Lancaster.
It became a Duchy in 1351 and merged with the Crown in 1399 when Henry Bolingbroke, Duke of Lancaster, became King.
The image on the The Duke of Lancaster, docked near Mostyn, shows a miner and is said to "lament the loss of all large scale employers in the area".
They also came face to face with a modern day war hero Corporal Michael Davison, from the Duke of Lancaster Regiment, who won the Military Cross in Iraq.
The Duke of Lancaster was built by Harland and Wolff (builders of the Titanic) in Belfast in 1956 ?