The ceremony to present new colours was the the final formal recognition of The Royal Welsh.Read the full story ›
The Queen will present new colours to the Royal Welsh in a ceremony today. ITV Cymru Wales takes a look back the history of the Royal Welsh.Read the full story ›
The Queen is to visit Cardiff today and will be presenting the Royal Welsh with new colours in a formal ceremony at the Millennium Stadium.
The presentation of new colours will be the final formal recognition of The Royal Welsh.
It was formed in 2006 after the merger of two regiments - the Royal Welch Fusiliers and the Royal Regiment of Wales.
The Regiment has served recently in both Iraq and Afghanistan.
After the Parade, Her Majesty will meet soldiers, families and those associated with the Regiment.
30 youngsters from Cardiff's Military Preparation College are to play their part in a Royal Ceremony.
They were nominated to be stewards for the event by their instructors.
Over 100 staff and students from all of the South Wales colleges will attend the parade.
Being part of this event hosted by Her Majesty the Queen is a real honour and privilege for our students. The overall experience, which is a once in a lifetime opportunity, will no doubt inspire them further to pursue a rewarding career in the military.
A 21 gun salute will be fired outside the Senedd in Cardiff Bay tomorrow and on 13th June to mark the Queen’s Coronation and official birthday.
Following the salute on the 2 June, commemorating the Queen’s Coronation 62 years ago, a reception will be hosted in the Pierhead by 203 (Welsh) Field Hospital which was deployed on the front line in Afghanistan in 2013.
On both occasions the guns will be deployed by the 104 Regiment Royal Artillery at the front of the Pierhead Building.
The salute will be fired at 12.00pm.
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Wales has sent messages of congratulations and best wishes to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge after the birth of their daughter.
The Welsh Rugby Union and the Princes Trust Cymry tweeted to wish the Royal couple their congratulations.
Our congratulations go out to the Duke & Duchess of Cambridge on the birth of their baby girl this morning.
Mum-to-be Katherine Jenkins also sent her congratulations. The singer is expecting a baby girl later this year.
First Minister Carwyn Jones has congratulated the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the birth of their baby girl.
Llongyfarchiadau to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge & Prince George on the new arrival.
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