The Royal Forums

The Royal Forums (http://www.theroyalforums.com/forums/)
-   The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall (http://www.theroyalforums.com/forums/f44/)
-   -   Duchess of Cornwall Patronages (http://www.theroyalforums.com/forums/f44/duchess-of-cornwall-patronages-17677.html)

Warren 09-12-2006 04:18 AM

Duchess of Cornwall Patronages
 


=.. Duchess of Cornwall Patronages .. =
as at 3 May 2011


Animal Care Trust (under the umbrella of The Royal Veterinary College)
Patron (from 12/09/2005)
Website

Barnardo's
President (from 03/10/2007)
Website

British Equestrian Federation
Patron (from 06/04/2006)
Website

Brooke Hospital for Animals
President (from 01/11/2006)
Website

Carmarthen Youth Opera

Patron (from 07/06/2010)
Website


Community First

Patron (from 31/07/2005)
Website


Cornish Air Ambulance Service
Patron (from January 2011)
Website

Cornwall Community Foundation
Patron (from 12/09/2005)
Website

Cowbridge Physic Garden Trust

Patron (from 14/10/2008)
Website


Crathie Opportunity Holidays

Patron (from 28/11/2007)
Website


DecAid
Patron (from 06/12/2010)
Website

De La Warr Pavilion, The

President (from 18/10/2006)
Website

Desert Rats 7th Armoured Division Thetford Forest Memorial Association, The

Patron (from 27/07/2007)
Honorary Member (from 14/08/2006)
Website

Devon County Agricultural Association, The
President (from 20/07/2006)
Website

Dispensaire Francais
Patron (from 13/01/2009)
Website

Ditchling Museum
President (from 25/08/2006)
Website

Dundurn National Historic Site
Patron (from 29/09/2010)
The Ebony Horse Club
President (from 21/04/2009)
Website

Elmhurst School for Dance
Patron (from 29/09/2006)
Website

Emmaus UK
Patron (from 25/08/2006)
Website

The Fan Museum
Patron (from 10/10/2008)
Website

Friends of Westonbirt Arboretum
Patron (from 19/10/2005)
Website

The Georgian Theatre Royal
Joint Patron with The Prince of Wales (from 16/09/2005)

The Girl's Brigade in Scotland
Patron (from 14/04/2009)
Website

Girl's Friendly Society
Patron (from 13/12/2006)
Website

Hastings and St Leonards Veterans Association
Patron (from29/04/2010)

Helen & Douglas House
Patron (from 18/01/2007)
Website

The Holfords of Westonbirt Trust
Joint President with The Prince of Wales (from 08/06/2006)

Kennel Club Charitable Trust, The
Patron (from 06/09/2007)
Website

Langford Trust
Patron (from 20/11/2006)
Website

London Chamber Orchestra
Patron (from 12/09/2005)
Website

Maggie's Cancer Caring Centre
President (02/07/2008)
Website

Marwari Horse Society
Patron (from 29/03/2006)

Moorland Mousie Trust
Patron (from 03/03/2008)
Website

The National Association of Care Catering
Honorary Member (from 09/09/2009)
Website

The National Literacy Trust
Patron (from 16/11/2010)
Website

National Osteoporosis Society
President (from 01/10/2001) Website

New Queen's Hall Orchestra
Patron (from 14/12/2004)
Website

Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre
Patron (from 08/09/2006)
Website

The P. G. Wodehouse Society of the Netherlands
Patron (from 01/08/2008)

Plumpton College Charitable Foundation
Patron(from 30/11/2009)
Website
The Public Catalogue Foundation
Patron (from 11/08/2008)

Public Catalogue Foundation's Cornish Catalogue
Patron (from 24/10/2005)

The Royal British Legion Women's Section
Life Member (14/05/2007)
Website

Royal National Hospital For Rheumatic Diseases
Patron (from 03/05/2006)
Website

The Royal School Hampstead
Patron (from 06/12/2006)
Website

Scotland’s Gardens Scheme
President (from 12/09/2005)
Website

Scottish National Equestrian Centre
Patron (from 01/01/2007)
Website

Scottish Women's Rural Institute, The (Ballater branch)
Honorary Member (from 20/09/2006)
Website

Shelterbox
President (from 07/08/2007)
Website

The Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists
Patron (from 12/09/2005)
Website

St. John's Smith Square Charitable Trust
Patron (from 30/10/2003)
Website

St. John's Hospital
Patron (from 21/07/2009)

Tetbury Film Society

Patron (from 16/09/2001)
Website
Theatre Royal Bath, The
Patron (from 15/04/2008)
Website
Trinity Hospice
Patron (from 03/05/2006)
Website

Unicorn Theatre for Children
Patron (from 18/10/2005)
Website

The Upper Deeside Art Society
Patron (02/09/2007)

War Memorial Trust
Patron (from 10/07/2007)
Website

West of England School and College for young people with little or no sight
Patron (from 04/06/2008)
Website

The Wicked Young Writers' Award
Patron (from 26/04/2010)
Website

Wilts and Berks Canal Trust
Patron (from 19/04/2006)
Website

Wiltshire Air Ambulance Appeal
Patron (from 21/07/2009)
Website

Wiltshire Bobby Van Trust
Patron (from 06/06/2005) Website

¤ ¤ ¤

Skydragon 06-27-2007 07:10 AM

Duchess of Cornwall Patronages
 
DOC: President of the National Osteoporosis Society

Thursday 5th July 2007
The Duchess of Cornwall, President, The National Osteoporosis Society, will open The Duchess of Cornwall Centre for Osteoporosis and meet staff and patients, The Royal Cornwall Hospital, Truro, Cornwall

The Prince of Wales - Thursday 5th July 2007

milla Ca 06-27-2007 04:14 PM

WOW! Sounds good! :clap:
Good for the patients who can be sure that the Duchess not only gives her name but also her heart to this centre for osteoporosis.

BeatrixFan 06-27-2007 04:19 PM

Great name. A long lasting tribute to the Duchess. Very fitting.

milla Ca 06-29-2007 02:39 AM

DOC: Royal Patron of Helen and Douglas House Hospice in Oxford

Duchess visits hospice

The Duchess of Cornwall met children and young adults at Helen and Douglas House in Qxford today as she opened the new garden.

Duchess Visits Hospice (from Oxford Mail)

milla Ca 06-29-2007 02:45 PM

Thank you Avalon for sending the nice pics of Camilla visiting the childrens hospice!:flowers:
_______

from the Pow site ( with a nice pic):

The Duchess visits Helen & Douglas House and The Royal School in Hampstead
28th June

The Prince of Wales - The Duchess visits Helen & Douglas House and The Royal School in Hampstead

iceflower 07-04-2007 02:29 AM

Pics 3.7.2007
 
The Duchess of Cornwall during a visit to officially open the new orthopaedic hospital buildings at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre in Headington, Oxford, UK on July 3, 2007. Photos by Steve Parsons/PA

Pic 1
Pic 2
more abaca pics

milla Ca 07-04-2007 04:06 AM

DOC: patron of Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre

Duchess tours new hospital block
July 3

Nurses and patients welcomed a royal visitor to Oxford today as part of celebrations to mark the completion of a new hospital block.

Duchess Tours New Hospital Block (from Oxford Mail)

____
Thank you for the nice pics, iceflower!:flowers: (Camilla´s suit fits her very well!)

BeatrixFan 07-04-2007 04:17 AM

Gorgeous new suit for HRH. Though it looks black rather than blue. I like it very much. Jolly good show Ma'am.

Skydragon 07-04-2007 05:23 AM

Thank you iceflower and milla Ca for the pictures and article. :flowers: Lovely new outfit, it really suits her! It was also nice to read how everyone liked her, (well of course they did), the same as everyone who meets her. :wub:

Warren 07-04-2007 08:13 AM

It's obvious she is rather fond of that choker-necklace, but surely it can be retired for a while.

AuroraB 07-04-2007 08:28 AM

But Warren, that would be akin to her giving up her favorite watch. :biggrin:

love_cc 07-05-2007 09:17 AM

Camilla Calls On A League Of Friends
The Royalist - Camilla Calls On A League Of Friends

DOC: President of the National Osteoporosis Society
Royal naming for hospital clinic
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/england/cornwall/6274048.stm

Camilla met patients and staff and toured the newly christened Duchess of Cornwall Centre for Osteoporosis at the Royal Cornwall Hospital in Truro.:flowers:

hornsen 07-05-2007 04:55 PM

BBC NEWS | UK | England | Cornwall | Royal naming for hospital clinic

nice video there...

milla Ca 07-06-2007 03:23 AM

I really enjoy it to watch the vidio, thank you for posting hornsen!:flowers:
But i´m just looking for some other pics from the Duchess´ visit yesterdy, but i´ve seen nothing so far...:cool:

BeatrixFan 07-06-2007 04:02 AM

Lovely video. Really nice to see HRH interacting with people.

Skydragon 07-06-2007 07:16 AM

The Duchess visits Cornwall

The Duchess of Cornwall today urged young people to follow a healthy lifestyle to help prevent bone and joint disease during a visit to Cornwall to open a new centre for osteoporosis.

The Prince of Wales - The Duchess visits Cornwall

Skydragon 07-06-2007 08:02 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by susan alicia (Post 637135)
did you notice the dog she is stroking, he has wheels that support his back legs (only in England:flowers:)

Not only in England, but the whole of the UK and of course the USA. :flowers:

Children roll out the red carpet for Camilla

The Royal School on Rosslyn Hill rolled out the red carpet to welcome its special guest, who became patron of the girls' independent school back in December 2006.


The Duchess of Cornwall received a royal welcome when she visited a Hampstead school on Thursday.
The Royal School on Rosslyn Hill rolled out the red carpet to welcome its special guest, who became patron of the girls' independent back in December 2006.

I don't know if they have just written this story up, but it is sweet.

Avalon 07-06-2007 04:11 PM

The Duchess of Cornwall opens a new osteoporosis centre in Cornwall

The Duchess of Cornwall today urged young people to follow a healthy lifestyle to help prevent bone and joint disease during a visit to Cornwall to open a new centre for osteoporosis.
The Duchess, who is President of the National Osteoporosis Society, was in Cornwall for a day of engagements, which included naming The Duchess of Cornwall Centre for Osteoporosis and meeting staff and patients at The Knowledge Spa, The Royal Cornwall Hospital Trust, Truro, Cornwall.
The Knowledge Spa at the Royal Cornwall Hospital Trust in Truro is a multi-educational centre delivering training for doctors, nurses and hospital trust staff.


A speech by The Duchess of Cornwall to open The Duchess of Cornwall Centre for Osteoporosis in Truro, Cornwall

I am so pleased to have actually made it to Truro today, and cannot apologise enough for having been forced to postpone this visit twice – but it seems to be the case of third time lucky for the President of the National Osteoporosis Society...
I last visited the osteoporosis centre at the Royal Cornwall Hospital nine years ago when I was Patron of the N.O.S., and I’m delighted to be here again today to see the progress that has been made since then.
On my previous visit, I saw what a wonderful clinical service was provided to patients from across the length and breadth of Cornwall, and I know how much educational work has gone into your “Bone and Joint Awareness” weeks.

hornsen 07-06-2007 04:58 PM

Oh, great! She really held a recognizable speech!! She has come so far! Remember how nervously she was at her first speech as president of N.O.S. before her marriage.
Her engagements are featured by quality, not by quantity. That´s very important for her image as a Royal (future Queen for sure), I think.


All times are GMT -4. The time now is 12:26 AM.

Powered by vBulletin
Copyright ©2000 - 2014
Jelsoft Enterprises