Prince Harry is visiting the University of Bath this morning on the first day of the UK trials for the Invictus Games for injured soldiers.Read the full story ›
Prince Harry was in Wiltshire today to meet soldiers and veterans who are hoping to be selected for the Invictus Games later this year.Read the full story ›
Service personnel injured in the line of duty have been impressing Prince Harry today. He's been at Tedworth House in Wiltshire hoping to select competitors for the Invictus Games.
Former servicewoman, Emma Burns is a wheelchair rugby player. She says playing the sport helped her move on from her injuries:-
Prince Harry has been meeting wounded service personnel in Wiltshire. He's been at Tedworth House hoping to select injured ex-servicemen and women for the Invictus Games. The international Paralympic-style multi-sport event for wounded soldiers takes place in September.
Prince Harry has officially opened a new £30m Royal Navy centre in Plymouth that will boost Britain's amphibious fighting capabilities.
The royal travelled to Devonport naval base to launch Royal Marines Tamar, where servicemen are taught a range of skills from handling hovercrafts to staging beach landings.
John Andrews reports:
Prince Harry is due in Plymouth today.
He'll formally open the Royal Navy's new £30m amphibious centre at the Devonport Naval Base on Friday.
Royal Marines Tamar will be a centre of operations for small craft, hovercraft and fast boats and will train marines in coastal and river landings.
The prince will also attend a parade and reception at the centre.
Prince Harry will ceremonially open the Royal Navy’s newly built £30m centre of amphibious excellence in Plymouth on Friday 2 August.
He will launch Royal Marines Tamar, the centre of operational and training units for small craft crews of landing craft, hovercraft and fast boats at HM Naval Base in Devonport.
Prince Harry is Commodore-in-Chief Small Ships and Diving.