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Royals to visit Berkshire to mark school's centenary

Credit: Pangbourne College

The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh will visit Pangbourne College in Berkshire today - to mark the school's centenary.

The Royals will meet staff, students and parents and take part in a special service in the Falkland Islands Memorial Chapel. They will also watch a College Parade, reflecting the college's longstanding military connection. During this, the Queen will present a new military flag, or 'colour', to the college.

Pangbourne College was founded in 1917 as a training college for officers of the merchant navy. It is now a boarding and day school for 400 pupils aged between 11-18.

The Falkland Islands Memorial Chapel was opened in 2000 by Her Majesty The Queen on her third visit to Pangbourne College. The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh last visited Pangbourne College in June 2007, to attend a Service of Remembrance and Thanksgiving to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the liberation of the Falklands Islands.

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