The Great Yorkshire Show will be welcoming two Royal visitors this year.
HRH The Countess of Wessex and HRH The Princess Royal will attend the event in July.
More than 130 thousand visitors are expected at this years show in Harrogate.
The Duchess of Cornwall, has been in North Yorkshire to officially open a new multi-million pound medical centre for military families.Read the full story ›
The Duchess of Cornwall, who is an Honorary Air Commodore, is visiting RAF Leeming, where she officially opened the new station medical centre.
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall has met with staff and patients from RAF Leeming on a visit to the North Yorkshire air base to open its news £4.9m medical centre.
Children from Leeming RAF Primary School prepare to welcome HRH The Duchess of Cornwall as she visits the North Yorkshire air base to open its news £4.9m medical centre.
This Easter Monday, the new Royal Armoured Corps band play for the first time at the Royal Salute in York to mark the birthday of Her Majesty The Queen. Military music plays before a 21-gun salute. The band are marching from Duncombe Place, near York Minster to the Museum Gardens.
At noon, three 105 mm Light Guns will be fired by officers and soldiers of 4th Regiment Royal Artillery based in Topcliffe, near Thirsk.
Students in County Durham have welcomed a Royal visitor to their school. As part of a visit to the region, the Duke of York made the new North Durham Academy in Stanley his first stop.
Prince Andrew toured the school and its facilities before the official opening ceremony.
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HRH The Duke of York, Prince Andrew, paid a visit to North Durham Academy to officially launch a new campus.Read the full story ›
HRH The Duke of York, Prince Andrew, paid a visit to North Durham Academy to officially launch a new campus. The new facilities include a motor vehicle workshop and a hair and beauty station.
The Queen has today presented Northumbria University with the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education for the outstanding community work of its Student Law Office.
This is the highest form of national recognition for higher and further education open to a UK academic institution.
Northumbria University’s Chancellor Lord Stevens of Kirkwhelpington, the Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive Professor Andrew Wathey, and the Executive Dean of Northumbria Law School, Kevin Kerrigan, attended the ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
Each year around 200 final year students undertake supervised work on real cases - often for the most disadvantaged.
They were accompanied by five students - Ben Crystal, Oliver Lovett, Monika Fortuna, Lauren Hayes and Alice Carr.