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Julia 01-16-2003 02:29 AM

The Prince's Trust and The Prince's Charities, Patronages and Causes
 

The Prince's Trust
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The Prince's Charities

The Prince of Wales has restructured his charities under the umbrella of an entity called The Prince's Charities: website

The Prince's Charities

OPPORTUNITY AND ENTERPRISE

The Prince's Trust
Click here to visit the website

The Prince's Scottish Youth Business Trust
Click here to visit the website

PRIME
Click here to visit the website

PRIME Cymru
Click here to visit the website

EDUCATION

The Prince's Drawing School
Click here to visit the website

The Prince's School of Traditional Arts
Click here to visit the website

The Prince's Teaching Institute
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The Prince's Foundation for Children & The Arts
Click here to visit the website

HEALTH

The Prince's Foundation for Integrated Health
Click here to visit the website

THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT

The Prince's Foundation for the Built Environment
Click here to visit the website

The Prince's Regeneration Trust
Click here to visit the website

The Great Steward of Scotland's Dumfries House Trust
Click here to visit the website

The Turquoise Mountain Foundation
Click here to visit the website

RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS AND THE NATURAL ENVIRONMENT

Business in the Community
Click here to visit the website

Scottish Business in the Community
Click here to visit the website

The Prince of Wales International Business Leaders Forum
Click here to visit the website

The Prince of Wales Youth Business International
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The Prince of Wales's Business & The Environment Programme
Click here to visit the website

Arts & Business
Click here to visit the website

In Kind Direct
Click here to visit the website

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Jalmey 06-19-2003 06:32 PM

The Prince's Trust and The Prince's Charities
 
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1.18/6/03, WINDSOR, BERKSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM --- Prince Charles happily accepting a prize from his mother, Queen Elizabeth ll, at Guards Polo Club where he has been playing on the Prince of Wales team against GCC to raise funds for the Prince's Trust charity. --- Photo by Tim Graham/Corbis Sygma

2.18/6/03, WINDSOR, BERKSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM --- (L to R) Prince Harry, Queen Elizabeth ll and HRH Prince Al Waleed Bin Talal Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud of the Saudi Arabian Royal Family, at Guards Polo where the Prince of Wales team played against GCC to raise funds for the Prince's Trust charity. --- Photo by Tim Graham/Corbis Sygma

3.18/6/03, WINDSOR, BERKSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM --- Prince Harry, looking serious, at Guards Polo Club where he has been playing on the Prince of Wales team with his father against GCC to raise funds for the Prince's Trust charity. --- Photo by Tim Graham/Corbis Sygma

4.18/6/03, WINDSOR, BERKSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM --- Prince Harry smiling as he listens to a team member at Guards Polo Club where he has been playing on the Prince of Wales team with his father against GCC to raise funds for the Prince's Trust charity. --- Photo by Tim Graham/Corbis Sygma

Apparently Harry was ten minutes late to the match because his grandmother drove him...and she drove so slowly they ended up late! :P

5.18/6/03, WINDSOR, BERKSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM --- Prince Andrew with his daughter, Princess Beatrice, at Guards Polo Club where they have been watching the Prince of Wales team play against GCC to raise funds for the Prince's Trust charity. The Princess is casually dressed in an open-necked blouse and pleated skirt. --- Photo by Tim Graham/Corbis Sygma

6.18/6/03, WINDSOR, BERKSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM --- Princess Beatrice smiling at her grandfather, Prince Philip, as he waves to a friend at Guards Polo Club where they have been watching the Prince of Wales team play against GCC to raise funds for the Prince's Trust charity. --- Photo by Tim Graham/Corbis Sygma

7.18/6/03, WINDSOR, BERKSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM --- Prince Andrew with his daughter, Princess Beatrice, at Guards Polo Club to watch the Prince of Wales team play against GCC to raise funds for the Prince's Trust charity. --- Photo by Tim Graham/Corbis Sygma

8.18/6/03, WINDSOR, BERKSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM --- Queen Elizabeth ll at Guards Polo Club watching a match to raise funds for the Prince's Trust charity. She is wearing a pearl necklace and earrings and a diamond and enamel brooch (pin) featuring a rose. --- Photo by Tim Graham/Corbis Sygma

9.18/6/03, WINDSOR, BERKSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM --- Prince Harry, happy and smiling, at Guards Polo Club where he has been playing on the Prince of Wales team with his father against GCC to raise funds for the Prince's Trust charity. --- Photo by Tim Graham/Corbis Sygma

10.18/6/03, WINDSOR, BERKSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM --- Prince Harry galloping across the field while riding his polo pony at Guards Polo Club where he has been playing on the Prince of Wales team with his father against GCC to raise funds for the Prince's Trust charity - polo action. --- Photo by Tim Graham/Corbis Sygma

Jalmey 06-19-2003 06:45 PM

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1.18/6/03, WINDSOR, BERKSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM --- A pensive Prince Charles at Guards Polo Club where he has been playing on the Prince of Wales team against GCC to raise funds for the Prince's Trust charity. --- Photo by Tim Graham/Corbis Sygma

2.18/6/03, WINDSOR, BERKSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM --- Prince Charles grinning at Guards Polo Club where he has been playing on the Prince of Wales team against GCC to raise funds for the Prince's Trust charity. --- Photo by Tim Graham/Corbis Sygma

3.18/6/03, WINDSOR, BERKSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM --- Prince Charles relaxing for a moment between chukkas at Guards Polo Club where he has been playing on the Prince of Wales team against GCC to raise funds for the Prince's Trust charity. --- Photo by Tim Graham/Corbis Sygma

4.18/6/03, WINDSOR, BERKSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM --- Prince Harry enjoying some fast polo action at Guards Polo Club where he has been playing on the Prince of Wales team with his father against GCC to raise funds for the Prince's Trust charity. --- Photo by Tim Graham/Corbis Sygma

5.18/6/03, WINDSOR, BERKSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM --- Prince Charles drinking a glass of orange juice with HRH Prince Al Waleed Bin Talal Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud of the Saudi Arabian Royal Family at Guards Polo Club where he has been playing on the Prince of Wales team against GCC to raise funds for the Prince's Trust charity. --- Photo by Tim Graham/Corbis Sygma

6.18/6/03, WINDSOR, BERKSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM --- Prince Charles enjoying some polo action at Guards Polo Club where he has been playing on the Prince of Wales team against GCC to raise funds for the Prince's Trust charity. --- Photo by Tim Graham/Corbis Sygma

7.18/6/03, WINDSOR, BERKSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM --- Prince Harry, looking serious, at Guards Polo Club where he has been playing on the Prince of Wales team with his father against GCC to raise funds for the Prince's Trust charity. --- Photo by Tim Graham/Corbis Sygma

Jalmey 06-19-2003 06:51 PM

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1.18/6/03, WINDSOR, BERKSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM --- Prince Harry, looking serious, at Guards Polo Club where he has been playing on the Prince of Wales team with his father against GCC to raise funds for the Prince's Trust charity. --- Photo by Tim Graham/Corbis Sygma

2.18/6/03, WINDSOR, BERKSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM --- Prince Harry talking to a member of the opposite team at Guards Polo Club where he is playing on the Prince of Wales team with his father against GCC to raise funds for the Prince's Trust charity. --- Photo by Tim Graham/Corbis Sygma

3.18/6/03, WINDSOR, BERKSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM --- HRH Prince Al Waleed Bin Talal Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud of the Saudi Arabian Royal Family at Guards Polo Club where he has been watching the Prince of Wales team play against GCC to raise funds for the Prince's Trust charity. (moustache) --- Photo by Tim Graham/Corbis Sygma

4.18/6/03, WINDSOR, BERKSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM --- Prince Harry galloping his polo pony during a match at Guards Polo Club where he has been playing on the Prince of Wales team with his father against GCC to raise funds for the Prince's Trust charity. --- Photo by Tim Graham/Corbis Sygma

Alexandria 06-19-2003 11:50 PM

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1.www.ibl.se - A great picture of Harry in action, I think.

2.www.ibl.se - Charles looks exhausted after the game, but Harry looks like he's ready for another one!

3.www.ibl.se - Nice pastel-coloured outfit on the Queen. Sort of reminds me of Easter.

Mandy 06-20-2003 12:02 AM

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Mandatory Credit: Photo By TIM ROOKE/REX FEATURES PRINCE HARRY AND QUEEN ELIZABETH II GUARDS POLO CLUB, WINDSOR, BRITAIN - 18 JUN 2003

Alexandria 08-28-2003 08:44 PM

The Prince's Trust
 
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www.yahoo.com

Paltrow to Perform for Britain's Prince Charles
Thu Aug 28,10:59 AM ET

LONDON (Reuters) - Oscar-winner Gwyneth Paltrow (news) and British actor Joseph Fiennes (news) will recreate the famous Romeo and Juliet balcony scene for Prince Charles at a charity show, organizers said on Thursday.

The co-stars of the 1998 film "Shakespeare in Love" will play the star-crossed lovers for the heir to the throne at an open-air London theater next Monday.

Paltrow won an Oscar for her role as wealthy beauty Viola de Lesseps who steals the heart of Shakespeare, played by Fiennes, and helps him overcome writer's block.

Among other actors performing selected Shakespeare scenes will be Paul Scofield, Diana Rigg (news) and Jane Lapotaire.

Guests will pay between 20 pounds ($31.36) and 300 pounds to attend the event at Shakespeare's Globe, a replica Elizabethan theater on the south bank of the River Thames.

Money raised will go to the Prince's Trust, a charity set up by Prince Charles to help disadvantaged young people.

Alexandria 09-01-2003 07:19 PM

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Polfoto 01-09-2003 The Prince Of Wales looks at paintings at a new exhibition entitled 'Shakespeare In Art' during a visit to the Dulwich Picture Gallery in south London, Monday September 1, 2003. Charles was later attending London’s Globe Theatre to see Oscar winner Gwyneth Paltrow and a host of acclaimed actors take turns to perform scenes from the bard’s famous plays at a charity gala evening, which has already raised £100,000 in aid of The Prince’s Trust. PA Photo: Stefan Rousseau.

Alexandria 09-01-2003 07:21 PM

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1.Polfoto 01-09-2003 The Prince of Wales (left), Sir Tom Shabbeare, the Chief Executive of the Prince's Trust, and Camilla Parker-Bowles arrive at the Globe Theatre on London's South Bank, Monday September 1, 2003, for a Shakespeare Gala evening in aid of the Prince Trust. Stars of film and stage were putting on a Shakespearean spectacle for the Prince, with Oscar winner Gwyneth Paltrow joining a host of acclaimed actors performing scenes from the bard's famous plays. The gala evening has already raised £100,000 in aid of the Prince's Trust, which aims to help disadvantaged youngsters. See PA story ROYAL Paltrow. PA Photo: John Stillwell/Rota.

2.Polfoto 01-09-2003 Actress Gwyneth Paltrow and actor Joseph Fiennes arrive at the Globe Theatre, south London, Monday September 1, 2003. Stars of film and stage are putting on a Shakespearean spectacle tonight for the Prince of Wales. Oscar winner Gwyneth Paltrow will join a host of acclaimed actors at London's Globe Theatre as they take turns to perform scenes from the bard's famous plays. Royal theatregoer Charles will see Paltrow reunited with her Shakespeare In Love co-star Joseph Fiennes as they perform the balcony scene from Romeo and Juliet. See PA story ROYAL Paltrow. PA Photo: John Stillwell.

3.Polfoto 01-09-2003 Actress Gwyneth Paltrow and actor Joseph Fiennes at the Globe Theatre, south London, Monday September 1, 2003. Stars of film and stage are putting on a Shakespearean spectacle tonight for the Prince of Wales. Oscar winner Gwyneth Paltrow will join a host of acclaimed actors at London's Globe Theatre as they take turns to perform scenes from the bard's famous plays. Royal theatregoer Charles will see Paltrow reunited with her Shakespeare In Love co-star Joseph Fiennes as they perform the balcony scene from Romeo and Juliet. See PA story ROYAL Paltrow. PA Photo: John Stillwell.

4,5. www.hellomagazine.com - Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowels at the royal Shakespeare performance with performances by Gwyneth Paltrow and Joseph Fiennes.

6.Polfoto 01-09-2003 Camilla Parker Bowles meets Joseph Fiennes at the Globe Theatre on London's South Bank, Monday September 1, 2003, after a Shakespeare Gala evening in aid of the Prince's Trust. Camilla Parker Bowles accompanied The Prince Wales to watch stars of film and stage put on a Shakespearean spectacle with Oscar winner Gwyneth Paltrow joining a host of acclaimed actors who performed scenes from the bard's famous plays. The gala evening has already raised £100,000 in aid of the Prince's Trust, which aims to help disadvantaged youngsters. See PA story ROYAL Paltrow. PA Photo: John Stillwell/Rota.

7.Polfoto 01-09-2003 © David Wimsett / uppa.co.uk CAMILLA PARKER BOWLES arriving for the Shakespeare Gala Evening in aid of the The Prince's Trust at the Globe Theatre, Southwark. COMPULSORY CREDIT: David Wimsett / uppa.co.uk Ref UDW020214_0007 Date 01.09.2003

I really like Camilla's outfit. It's fitting for someone her age - i.e. does not bear all her goodies for the world to see! :P - is suitable for an evening of theatre and is absolutely simple and elegant.

ravenprincess 09-01-2003 07:44 PM

Oh my goodness... Gwyneth reminds me so much Mette-Marit in those photographs..


raven

Alexandria 09-01-2003 08:12 PM

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Originally posted by ravenprincess@Sep 1st, 2003 - 6:44 pm
Oh my goodness... Gwyneth reminds me so much Mette-Marit in those photographs..


raven
ravenprincess, you are so right! I never noticed it before. Maybe if there is ever a movie made about Mette-Marit's life Gwyneth can play the part? And the fact that the two women have met before means that Gwyneth knows a bit of Mette-Marit's mannerisms!

Bianca 09-03-2003 03:47 PM

Camilla's Lacy number makes a Second round!

3 SEPTEMBER 2003
Taking a page from the book of royals such as Princess Anne, who has no qualms about being seen in the same outfit twice, Camilla Parker Bowles has shown she can get plenty of mileage from a single gown.

Prince Charles' companion wore a stunning cream-coloured lace dress as she stepped out for the Prince's Trust star-studded Shakespeare charity gala at the Globe Theatre in London this week.

And though some may have thought it was a case of déjà vu, fashionistas with a keen eye knew they'd seen the outfit more than once in the past.

The 56-year-old has sported the gown - along with its matching coat and handbag - on at least five occasions in the past three years, including her recent appearance alongside the Prince of Wales at the Salzburg Festival in Austria. The dress had made its debut at a London birthday party in 2000.

It remains to be seen if the Shakespeare fest was the end of the road for the lacy garment, or if eagle-eyed royal watchers will spot the dress a sixth time round.

Binny 10-16-2003 04:51 AM

The Prince's Trust
 
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Camilla Parker Bowles meets Donatella Versace during the interval at the Royal Albert Hall, Wednesday Oct. 15 2003 where the biggest stars of pop and fashion descended on London to raise thousands of pounds for charity. In the style-meets-showbiz extravaganza Fashion Rocks, some of the world's best known names flocked to the Royal Albert Hall on behalf of the Prince's Trust.

Alexandria 10-16-2003 07:47 PM

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In the picture Binny posted -- what is with Donatella Versace? She doesn't look too great in it.

www.rexfeatures.com - 'Fashion Rocks' in aid of the Prince's Trust, Royal Albert Hall, London, Britain - 15 October 2003

Alexandria 10-16-2003 08:00 PM

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1.Polfoto 15-10-2003 Prince Charles and Mrs Parker Bowles arrive for the "Fashion Rocks For The Prince's Trust" charity event at the Royal Albert Hall Wednesday 15 October 2003.

2.Polfoto 15-10-2003 Camilla Parker Bowles Donna Karan during the interval at the Royal Albert Hall, Wednesday 15 October 2003 where the biggest stars of pop and fashion descended on London to raise thousands of pounds for charity. In the style-meets-showbiz extravaganza Fashion Rocks, some of the world's best known names flocked to the Royal Albert Hall on behalf of the Prince's Trust. Robbie Williams, Beyonce and Blue were among the celebrities taking part in the glitzy event presented by Liz Hurley. A host of supermodels will also strut their stuff accompanied by live performances from the stars, each of whom will be dressed by a different designer.

3.Polfoto 16-10-2003 Richard Gere with Prince Charles at the Fashion Rocks event at the Albert Hall.The fashion world went pop to help raise money for the Prince's Trust charity. Celebrities from the showbiz world, and their dressmakers teamed up for the showbiz meets style extravaganza Fashion Rocks. 15/10/03

4.Polfoto 16-10-2003 Camilla Parker Bowles with Prince Charles at the Fashion Rocks event at the Albert Hall.The fashion world went pop to help raise money for the Prince's Trust charity. Celebrities from the showbiz world, and their dressmakers teamed up for the showbiz meets style extravaganza Fashion Rocks. 15/10/03

5.Polfoto 16-10-2003 Grace Jones with Prince Charles at the Fashion Rocks event at the Albert Hall.The fashion world went pop to help raise money for the Prince's Trust charity. Celebrities from the showbiz world, and their dressmakers teamed up for the showbiz meets style extravaganza Fashion Rocks. 15/10/03

Binny 10-16-2003 09:26 PM

Hi!

Thanks for the great pics Alexandria! I know it must take a lot of time and trouble to get them all and put them up..

I wondered about Donatella too! She looks almost 'out of it' (can't help wondering if she perhaps has a drug or alcohol problem)..

moosey60 10-16-2003 11:20 PM

Charles looks very happy with Camilla...I hope they remain together. If they marry, I don't think many would be happy with the idea of Princess Camilla..however, Camilla cannot become queen because of the late Princess Diana being Charles' first wife. I heard that somewhere. Merm...she seems to be more public with her relationship with Charlie Windsor. I hope they remain happy o.O

justine 10-18-2003 03:55 AM

this is a bit offtopic...but.....

does anyone else think Donatella Versace looks like a muppet?

Martine 10-19-2003 04:48 PM

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Originally posted by justine@Oct 18th, 2003 - 1:55 am
this is a bit offtopic...but.....

does anyone else think Donatella Versace looks like a muppet?

lol yes i think she does too :P

wlb825 10-20-2003 12:44 PM

She sure does.... Why won't someone tell her that she looks so bad.... I mean she is well know for getting pleople to look better why can she do the same....

Martine 10-20-2003 02:52 PM

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Originally posted by wlb825@Oct 20th, 2003 - 10:44 am
She sure does.... Why won't someone tell her that she looks so bad.... I mean she is well know for getting pleople to look better why can she do the same....
yeh i'm wondering that too.

she's really anti-adevertising for her clothes , most fashion designers look very good/have style

Binny 01-11-2004 11:56 PM

From the BBC -

Prince to host urban music event

50 Cent is among the artists being approached

Prince Charles is to host Britain's biggest urban music festival in London.
50 Cent, Justin Timberlake, Ms Dynamite and Big Brovaz are among the stars approached to take part in the event.

The Prince's Trust Music Festival, to be staged at Earls Court on 8 and 9 May, is expected to attract up to 40,000 fans.

The event, to be covered by BBC Radio 1 and sister station 1 Xtra, will also feature break-dance contests and lessons in graffiti writing.

A spokeswoman for the trust said: "There is currently nothing like this on the music calendar, and the market-place is clamouring for a large-scale, credible urban event to celebrate the steady rise of this music genre.

"We are in discussion with some major international stars and it will be fantastic line-up."

The Prince's Trust also stages the annual Party In The Park pop concert and recently held the Fashion Rocks event at the Royal Albert Hall.

Harry's polo shirt 10-29-2005 01:19 AM

I was watching TV and they were talking about Prince Charles and The Princes Trust. They said that Prince Charles said that maybe years after his death people will realize what he did, they said exact quotes but I can't remember them....He doesn't think he is getting enought credit. He seemed really bitter about it.

I understand that he wants people to recognise his hard work, but doesn't that seem a little selfish? I think that is what makes many people not like him, he wants admiration for everything he does. I know The Princes Trust is a great charity, but it seems that he would want attention on the charity and not himself.

love_cc 10-29-2005 03:16 AM

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Originally Posted by Harry's polo shirt
I was watching TV and they were talking about Prince Charles and The Princes Trust. They said that Prince Charles said that maybe years after his death people will realize what he did, they said exact quotes but I can't remember them....He doesn't think he is getting enought credit. He seemed really bitter about it.

I understand that he wants people to recognise his hard work, but doesn't that seem a little selfish? I think that is what makes many people not like him, he wants admiration for everything he does. I know The Princes Trust is a great charity, but it seems that he would want attention on the charity and not himself.

He wants people to change his image in their minds: he is not a playboy but he is hard working and does his duties. After all his life about is just to wait the death of his mother and succeed the throne. The 1994 Dimblebly TV interview also have a purpose to show his responsiblity and devotion to his public duty but the confession of his adultery overshadowed that main topic.

The problem is always there. People are more interested in his private life rather than his work.He is very annoyed by that. He wants the recognisition of the public indeed. Since the problem of his relationships with Camilla has been settled, he would have more focus in his work. Camilla is very very low key and nothing may be found about her. royal watchers said that Charles holds a high self-esteem like his mother but he is similar to Diana to analyse the media reaction and the combinations of the two make him in a difficult situation as a result.

Harry's polo shirt 10-29-2005 04:15 PM

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Originally Posted by love_cc
He wants people to change his image in their minds: he is not a playboy but he is hard working and does his duties. After all his life about is just to wait the death of his mother and succeed the throne. The 1994 Dimblebly TV interview also have a purpose to show his responsiblity and devotion to his public duty but the confession of his adultery overshadowed that main topic.

The problem is always there. People are more interested in his private life rather than his work.He is very annoyed by that. He wants the recognisition of the public indeed. Since the problem of his relationships with Camilla has been settled, he would have more focus in his work. Camilla is very very low key and nothing may be found about her. royal watchers said that Charles holds a high self-esteem like his mother but he is similar to Diana to analyse the media reaction and the combinations of the two make him in a difficult situation as a result.

good point, I didn't see it that way.

ysbel 10-29-2005 05:03 PM

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Originally Posted by Harry's polo shirt
I was watching TV and they were talking about Prince Charles and The Princes Trust. They said that Prince Charles said that maybe years after his death people will realize what he did, they said exact quotes but I can't remember them....He doesn't think he is getting enought credit. He seemed really bitter about it.

I said that awhile back. The Prince's Trust is a huge, highly successful and long-running charitable endeavour. He hasn't gotten credit for it.

Harry's polo shirt 10-30-2005 02:06 AM

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Originally Posted by ysbel
I said that awhile back. The Prince's Trust is a huge, highly successful and long-running charitable endeavour. He hasn't gotten credit for it.

I found an article about it.--- https://www.femalefirst.co.uk/royal_family/104132004.htm

fanletizia 02-20-2006 11:11 AM

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Charles and Camilla attend the "Prince's Trust Celebrate Success Awards"
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pollyemma 02-20-2006 02:16 PM

she looks great. really lovely! this is a nice outfit though imho dark blue is always a bit dull. its a very safe color and im sure that is why she and so many other royal ladies like it but well nothing risked, nothing gained.

oh well. this outfit has a nice textured jacket and a flouncy skirt which make it more interesting and of course I absolutely adore that necklace. it always hits the right note.

mandyy 02-20-2006 04:38 PM

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Skydragon 02-20-2006 05:10 PM

Prince defends 'dismissed' youth

Prince Charles has warned against "dismissing" youngsters as "thugs and hoodies" during an awards ceremony.

https://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/4733990.stm

Princejohnny25 02-20-2006 06:01 PM

I liked the speech especially the "but they are not faceless and nameless" part. I familiarized with that. Camilla did look nice but she didnt take away any attention which I liked.

HRH Kerry 02-20-2006 07:29 PM

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Originally Posted by Princejohnny25
I liked the speech especially the "but they are not faceless and nameless" part. I familiarized with that. Camilla did look nice but she didnt take away any attention which I liked.

I agree. That's what I so like about them, that they compliment one another so.:D

Skydragon 03-14-2006 03:12 PM

Brown’s trust fund cut upsets Charles
LONDON: Prince Charles has challenged Gordon Brown over plans to cut £5.5mn of funding from his youth charity, the Prince’s Trust.

https://www.gulf-times.com/site/topic...8&parent_id=20

HRH Kerry 03-14-2006 09:01 PM

I hope the charity can find the extra funding.:(

love_cc 03-15-2006 02:54 AM

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I hope the charity can find the extra funding.:(

Yes, I hope so. Good luck to Prince Charles and his charity. He will certainly take some new strategy to find the solution.

Skydragon 03-15-2006 05:57 AM

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Originally Posted by love_cc
Yes, I hope so. Good luck to Prince Charles and his charity. He will certainly take some new strategy to find the solution.

I find it amazing that no one seems to have reported this much, in the UK. It seems the government is desperate enough to try to 'steal' from Charles' successful charity, helping thousands of youngsters, to try to bolster it's own failing 'New Deal', which in reality is helping no one.:(
Charles and his advisors are clever people and I am sure they will find a way!:)

HRH Kerry 03-15-2006 08:03 AM

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Originally Posted by Skydragon
I find it amazing that no one seems to have reported this much, in the UK. It seems the government is desperate enough to try to 'steal' from Charles' successful charity, helping thousands of youngsters, to try to bolster it's own failing 'New Deal', which in reality is helping no one.:(
Charles and his advisors are clever people and I am sure they will find a way!:)

Please give us updates as they become available. My only chance of hearing more on this is through TRF.

Thanks!:D

Princejohnny25 04-02-2006 11:51 PM

Prince's Trust to launch adverts

https://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/4870970.stm

MOLEY 04-03-2006 12:23 PM

New website celebrating 30 years of the princes trust unveiled today
https://www.princes-trust.org.uk/PT30thBirthday/Home.asp

Avalon 04-06-2006 10:16 AM

A very nice article about Prince Charles and the Prince's Trust.

https://www.theroyalforums.com/forums...ote=1&p=415350

Skydragon 04-24-2006 01:11 PM

Charles and the Prince's Trust
 
Stars booked for Prince's concert

The Prince's Trust youth charity was set up in 1976
Bee Gees Barry and Robin Gibb are among the stars scheduled to perform at the Prince's Trust 30th birthday concert at the Tower of London in May.

https://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/4938404.stm

Royal Fan 04-24-2006 06:00 PM

It looks to be quite the Party I Belive that in the long run The Queens Celebrations has also somehow enhanced his Image and Reputation I Admire him for all the work hes done with the Princes Trust.

Skydragon 05-01-2006 09:58 AM

Ozzy to headline Prince's Trust gig

Prince of Darkness Ozzy Osbourne and rock band McFly have been signed up to play at the Prince's Trust Tower of London concert.

https://www.itv.com/news/index_136813.html

Avalon 05-02-2006 06:07 AM

Prince's Trust Turns 30

Barry and Robin Gibb, Pink, Annie Lennox, Sugababes, Embrace, Lionel Richie and Ronan Keating have been confirmed to play The Prince's Trust 30th Birthday concert at the Tower of London.
https://www.pollstar.com/news/viewnews.pl?NewsID=6872

Skydragon 05-02-2006 10:39 AM

A birthday party for the Prince

IT has helped more than 500,000 young people get a foot on the employment ladder.

https://www.yorkshiretoday.co.uk/View...icleid=1476320

Some interesting facts and figures in this article. :)

Royal Fan 05-02-2006 04:55 PM

Very worthwhile charity,And people want to get rid of The Monarchy....why?

Skydragon 05-12-2006 03:33 PM

There is a programme on next week on ITV1 at 9pm, with Trevor MacDonald interviewing Prince Charles. They have followed him for a year, apparently.

Tuesday, 16th May, 9pm on ITV1

Rock stars, Hollywood actors, sporting icons and royalty come together in this one hour documentary, The Prince of Wales: Up Close, which provides a exceptional portrait of HRH at work as the charity he created - The Prince's Trust – celebrates its 30th anniversary.

https://www.princes-trust.org.uk/PT30...ocumentary.asp

love_cc 05-14-2006 05:36 AM

Charles's new interview to Sir Trevor McDonald
https://www.timesonline.co.uk/article...179383,00.html

new report about his interview to Sir Trevor McDonald
https://thescotsman.scotsman.com/index.cfm?id=721292006

Skydragon 05-15-2006 05:13 AM

It is my duty to help the needy, says defiant prince

The Prince of Wales has delivered a defiant riposte to his critics, insisting that it would be "criminally negligent" of him not to try to help the disadvantaged in modern Britain.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.../nroyal115.xml

Prince's 'duty' to help the needy

The Prince of Wales has said it would be "criminally negligent" of him not to help people in need in Britain.

https://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/4771279.stm

Skydragon 05-15-2006 05:21 AM

'WILLIAM ISN'T INTERESTED IN MY PRINCE'S TRUST WORK'

PRINCE Charles will moan tomorrow that not even William appreciates his efforts.

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/topstor...name_page.html

EVEN WILLIAM DOESN'T CARE ABOUT MY WORK

Prince's moans to Sir Trevor

https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/tm...name_page.html

Iluvbertie 05-15-2006 05:42 AM

Isn't it a pity that the headlines don't actually match the article.

All Charles said was that he hopes that William will appreciate more in the future what Charles actually does with the trust.

From statements that William has made in the past about how hard his father works I think William is aware what his father does but he mightn't be all that interested, at the moment, in helping his father do it - leaving that to his father.

More examples of the press twisting comments to make Charles look bad!!

Skydragon 05-15-2006 12:32 PM

Prince Charles' exclusive ITV interview

The Prince of Wales mixes with rock stars, actors and sporting greats in a one-hour exclusive documentary with Sir Trevor McDonald.

https://www.itv.com/news/index_1545875.html

I will not be silenced, says Charles

PRINCE Charles will tomorrow night launch a new hard line image where he warns his critics that he will not be silenced on social issues.

https://icwales.icnetwork.co.uk/0100n...name_page.html

You really wouldn't think all these headlines were about the same interview! :D

Maxie 05-15-2006 01:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Skydragon
You really wouldn't think all these headlines were about the same interview! :D

Yes, these are some very good examples of some 'Let's see how we can twist and bend it so that many people are going to buy it!'
Sad sad press, nowadays...:p

Avalon 05-16-2006 08:11 AM

Charles: my duty to help needy
The Prince of Wales has insisted it would be "criminally negligent" of him not to help people in need in Britain and that it was "too bad" if people objected.
https://uk.news.yahoo.com/15052006/34...elp-needy.html

Will confirmed for Royal concert
Will Young has been confirmed as the latest artist to perform at The Prince's Trust 30th Birthday concert.
The Pop Idol winner will join Ozzy Osbourne, McFly, Bee Gees, Pink, Lionel Richie and the Sugababes among many others for the glitzy bash.
https://www.itv.com/news/1390661.html

Skydragon 05-21-2006 06:47 AM

Prince's Trust gig raises £3million
A star-studded concert held to mark the 30th anniversary of the Prince's Trust has helped raise around £3million for the charity, it has been announced
https://uk.news.yahoo.com/22052006/34...-3million.html
I wonder how much has been made by the Beckhams party as well!

Ozzy rocks for princes in Tower
IT was a regal affair. The queen of pop, the king of soft soul and the princes of disco joined the Windsors last night to celebrate the 30th birthday of the Prince’s Trust.
https://www.timesonline.co.uk/article...190228,00.html

Hoodies, football, polo and pop ... princes open up to Ant and Dec
Prince Charles has risked criticism by launching a heartfelt defence of 'hoodies', condemning the way young people struggling with difficult upbringings are turned into media stereotypes.
https://observer.guardian.co.uk/uk_ne...779861,00.html

Tops acts celebrate Prince's trust
A star-studded concert featuring some of Britain's best known pop acts has marked the 30th anniversary of the Prince's Trust
https://uk.news.launch.yahoo.com/dyna...ml&e=l_news_dm

Avalon 05-23-2006 04:26 AM

Prince's Trust gig raises £3million

A star-studded concert held to mark the 30th anniversary of the Prince's Trust has helped raise around £3million for the charity, it has been announced.
https://www.guardian.co.uk/uklatest/s...836751,00.html


CROWD GOES WILD FOR CHARLIE

PRINCES Charles, Wills and Harry and Camilla got a fab reception when they went on stage after the gig.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/tm_objec...name_page.html

Skydragon 05-29-2006 06:07 AM

Charles and the Prince's Trust
 
PRINCE CHARLES: EVERYONE DESERVES A CHANCE
By Prince Charles

I ORIGINALLY set up the Prince's Trust Team Programme more than 20 years ago, as a potential model for a national community service scheme

PRINCE CHARLES: EVERYONE DESERVES A CHANCE - Mirror.co.uk


Skydragon 05-30-2006 06:26 AM

CHAS FOR HOLYROOD

PRINCE Charles will celebrate 30 years of his Prince's Trust at the Scottish parliament today.

https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/tm...name_page.html

Skydragon 05-30-2006 10:21 AM

Prince's trust funds 538 new businesses in a year.

THE Prince's Scottish Youth Business Trust (PSYBT) helped fund 538 new business ventures in Scotland over the last year, helping more than 640 18-25-year-olds launch or maintain a business, according to its latest annual report.

https://business.scotsman.com/index.cfm?id=798732006

Skydragon 06-01-2006 06:54 AM

Prince of Wales Patron for £14 million Chatham Historic Dockyard restoration

Work has begun on a £14 million museum project at Chatham Historic Dockyard (CHD). The Number One Smithery building at the Chatham site will be restored for the venture,
https://www.ybw.com/auto/newsdesk/200...411cbnews.html


Prince hears plans to save castle

Prince Charles is to visit the Hebridean island of Rum to learn about plans to save an historic castle.
https://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/...nd/5035574.stm

Good news for The Prince's Trust
Lord Laidlaw gives £2m to Prince's Trust

THE business tycoon and Tory peer Lord Irvine Laidlaw donated £2 million to Prince Charles's charity The Prince's Trust yesterday.
https://thescotsman.scotsman.com/index.cfm?id=807982006

AgnesK 06-04-2006 03:11 PM

Article about Scottish branch of Prince's Trust:

https://www.timesonline.co.uk/newspap...210244,00.html

Avalon 07-10-2006 06:43 PM

Royal honour for Prince's Trust volunteer

A Harrow man is to be royally thanked by the Prince of Wales for his outstanding dedication and commitment to helping young people.
https://www.harrowtimes.co.uk/display..._volunteer.php

Skydragon 07-14-2006 12:22 PM

Royal pair host Trust garden party

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall are to host a garden party for the Prince's Trust at Buckingham Palace.

https://uk.news.yahoo.com/14072006/34...den-party.html

hornsen 07-14-2006 02:51 PM

First pic from Garden party today...very beautiful

https://img369.imageshack.us/img369/6...rdpa8we.th.jpg

getty images

BeatrixFan 07-14-2006 02:55 PM

I love that hat. And matching it with that dress is very summery indeed. Nice to see the Queen Mother's pearls too.

fanletizia 07-14-2006 05:15 PM

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GrandDuchess 07-14-2006 05:51 PM

What a fabulous hat, that's one of my favourites I've seen on Camilla. The Duchess looks incredibly elegant.

Maxie 07-14-2006 06:17 PM

Camilla's hat is gorgeous! She definitely knows how to pick a beautiful hat.
Is Charles meeting with the Spice Girls again, btw? Two of the people he's talking to look like Emma and Geri... ;)

Skydragon 07-14-2006 06:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Maxie
Camilla's hat is gorgeous! She definitely knows how to pick a beautiful hat.
Is Charles meeting with the Spice Girls again, btw? Two of the people he's talking to look like Emma and Geri... ;)

Yes, :D He is talking to Emma and Geri ;)

Avalon 07-19-2006 05:57 PM

Charles and me: Prince's Trust gives start-ups a chance

Charles and me: Prince's Trust gives start-ups a chance.
'Hoodie generation' proves a source of IT innovation
https://management.silicon.com/smedir...9160510,00.htm

Skydragon 08-22-2006 10:15 AM

Prince promotes workplace skills

The Prince's Trust is setting up its own qualification for the estimated 30,000 young people who leave school each year with no GCSEs.

https://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/education/5271408.stm

Charity offers help for the 1 in 20 school leavers with no GCSEs

· Prince's Trust launches vocational qualification
· Intensive course will focus on personal development


https://www.guardian.co.uk/uk_news/st...rc=rss&feed=11

Elspeth 08-30-2006 04:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Skydragon
Prince promotes workplace skills

The Prince's Trust is setting up its own qualification for the estimated 30,000 young people who leave school each year with no GCSEs.

https://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/education/5271408.stm

Charity offers help for the 1 in 20 school leavers with no GCSEs

· Prince's Trust launches vocational qualification
· Intensive course will focus on personal development


https://www.guardian.co.uk/uk_news/st...rc=rss&feed=11

And people say that royalty has no relevance in modern society. Can you see a media celebrity doing something like that?

Roslyn 08-30-2006 08:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Elspeth
And people say that royalty has no relevance in modern society. Can you see a media celebrity doing something like that?

The problem of under educated school leavers with limited job prospects is such an important one, too, for both social and economic reasons. They need help to maximise their chances of getting a job. It is a wonderful initiative.

Skydragon 10-15-2006 07:33 AM

Britain's Prince Charles signs off on first TV commercial: report

Prince Charles, the heir to the throne, has reportedly overseen the making of his first television commercial for his charity.

https://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20061015...s_061015001920

Prince launches TV ad to rescue the 'lost generation' of hoodies

Charles's charity makes a plea for one million youths facing a life of unemployment and crime

https://observer.guardian.co.uk/uk_ne...922823,00.html

Avalon 10-26-2006 10:34 AM

Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, addresses personnel and supporters of Prince's Foundation for the Built Environment as he launches the new Prince of Wales's Building Crafts Apprentices Programme on October 25, 2006 at Clarence House, London, England.

https://i71.photobucket.com/albums/i1...h_72269212.jpg https://i71.photobucket.com/albums/i1...h_72269215.jpg https://i71.photobucket.com/albums/i1...h_72269219.jpg https://i71.photobucket.com/albums/i1...h_72269217.jpg

source - Pool/Anwar Hussein Collection/Getty Images

Skydragon 11-11-2006 06:18 AM

MY TRUST IN WALES

Tuesday 14th of November 2006 7.30 pm to 8.00 pm ITV1 Wales
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Prince’s Trust, the Prince of Wales gives Lucy Owen a personal interview at his home in Highgrove. They discuss the development of the trust in Wales over the last thirty years, and the vast difference it has made to the lives of young people

https://www.itvregions.com/Wales/Prog...T+IN+WALES.htm

sara1981 12-17-2006 12:03 AM

Prince's Trust goes global in drive to help poorest areas

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main...7/ntrust17.xml

milla Ca 03-08-2007 04:30 PM

Prince Charles visits Prince´s Trust Youth Programme
Dagenham, March 8th

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milla Ca 03-09-2007 12:18 PM

HRH visits Robert Clack School and a Prince´s Trust project in Dagenham
8th March 2007

The Prince of Wales - HRH visits Robert Clack School and a Prince's Trust project in Dagenham

iceflower 03-15-2007 06:09 PM

Pics 15.3.2007
 
Britain's Prince Charles speaks at the 'Prince's Trust Celebrate Success Awards, at the Barbican, central London, 15 March 2007

Charles 1
Charles 2

More pics can be found here!

Skydragon 03-15-2007 06:13 PM

Lovely pictures, Thank you iceflower! :flowers:

milla Ca 03-16-2007 12:15 PM

The Prince of Wales presented awards to inspiring young people and volunteers at The Prince´s Trust Celebrate Success Awards at the Barbican in London today.
15th March

The Prince of Wales - HRH presents awards to inspiring young people at The Prince's Trust Celebrate Success Awards

milla Ca 03-16-2007 12:15 PM

Thank you for the nice pics and articles iceflower and Skydragon!:flowers:
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The Prince of Wales presented awards to inspiring young people and volunteers at The Prince´s Trust Celebrate Success Awards at the Barbican in London today.
15th March

The Prince of Wales - HRH presents awards to inspiring young people at The Prince's Trust Celebrate Success Awards

milla Ca 03-23-2007 05:49 PM

HRH visits Woking in Surrey as President of Business in the Community
23th March

The Prince of Wales - HRH visits Woking in Surrey as President of Business in the Community

milla Ca 03-26-2007 03:45 PM

The Turquoise Mountain Foundation becomes The Prince´s 18th charity

The Turquoise Mountain Foundation was founded in 2006 by HRH The Prince of Wales and H.E.Hamid Karzai, President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, to help preserve some of Afghanistan´s rich architectural and cultural heritage for future generations.

The Prince of Wales - The Turquoise Mountain Foundation becomes The Prince's 18th charity

love_cc 06-28-2007 11:03 AM

Prince saves jewel in Scots crown
https://www.guardian.co.uk/monarchy/s...113241,00.html

Prince seal the loan to save the stately house for nation
Prince seals £20m loan deal to save stately home for nation - Times Online

with photos

Charles buys a Scottish palace for £45 million | the Daily Mail

God saves the Prince of Wales! Well done!:wub::flowers::angel:

milla Ca 06-28-2007 03:34 PM

Charles saves historic Scottish house at eleventh hour

´´He´s never done something like this before, but he could see what a remarkable place this was and how it could drive the regeneration of a whole area.´´

Charles saves historic Scottish house at eleventh hour

Avalon 06-28-2007 03:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by milla Ca (Post 632980)
Charles saves historic Scottish house at eleventh hour

´´He´s never done something like this before, but he could see what a remarkable place this was and how it could drive the regeneration of a whole area.´´

Charles saves historic Scottish house at eleventh hour

I admire Prince Charles and have always applauded most of his causes. But I'm trully proud for this one. Not saying that it is more important then, say, the Prince's Trust, but still, it would be a real shame if this magnificent palace with all its historical belongings were just sold off. Well done, Your Highness! :flowers:

Thank you milla Ca for the articles and the picture gallery from the Commonwealth Youth Exchange Council, and thank you for the articles love_cc & Skydragon. :smile:

CasiraghiTrio 06-28-2007 09:48 PM

And the front of this Dumfries House looks just like the Highgrove facade, doesn't it? So the Duchy has bought this house to restore it/save it?

Skydragon 06-29-2007 07:10 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by CasiraghiTrio (Post 633163)
And the front of this Dumfries House looks just like the Highgrove facade, doesn't it? So the Duchy has bought this house to restore it/save it?

Not quite :flowers:

Prince Charles Gives 20m To Save Sleeping Beauty For Nation (from The Herald )

A total of £20m has been guaranteed by The Prince's Charities Foundation, with a further £25m put together by a plethora of trusts and heritage bodies: The Monument Trust provided £9m, The National Heritage Memorial Fund £7m, the Scottish Executive gave £5m, The Art Fund £2.25m, The Garfield Weston Foundation £1m, Sir Siegmund Warburg's Voluntary Settlement gave a further £250,000 and the Dunard Fund gave $250,000, (£125,000).
The deal, driven predominantly by the prince, includes the crucial purchase of 66 acres of land in the Cumnock area near the estate: this will now be developed into an "ideal village", which may resemble the Prince of Wales's Poundbury village in Dorset. The sale of its houses will go some way to recouping his costs.

Skydragon 07-01-2007 07:55 AM

Prince Charles comes to the aid of science

Prince Charles's summer school for teachers , which extols the virtues of "traditional" teaching, is to include science for the first time in a bid to kick-start the struggling subject.

Prince Charles comes to the aid of science | Uk News | News | Telegraph

NEW ORGANIC SHOP TO OPEN

Prince Charles is set to open an organic produce shop in Gloucestershire - and it could be the first of many

NEW ORGANIC SHOP TO OPEN - News - West - ITV

iceflower 07-03-2007 03:27 AM

Pics 2.7.2007
 
Britain's Prince Charles arrives with former U.S.Vice-President Al Gore to present awards at the Business in the Community, Awards for Excellence at the Royal Albert Hall, London, 02 July, 2007. AFP PHOTO POOL AP TOM HEVEZI

Pic 1
Pic 2
Charles during his speech

love_cc 07-14-2007 11:23 AM

HRH visits Dumfries House in Ayrshire
13th July 2007

The Prince of Wales - HRH visits Dumfries House in Ayrshire

Skydragon 07-19-2007 03:47 PM

Prince Charles has received an honorary degree from the University of Chester in recognition of his work with his youth charity The Prince's Trust

BBC NEWS | England | Merseyside | Honorary degree for prince's work

milla Ca 08-09-2007 03:38 PM

Statement from Hank Dittmar, Chief Executive of The Prince´s Foundation for the Built Environment
9th August

(...) Some columnists have suggested that the programme, launching by The Prince of Wales in Caithness last week, seeks to eliminate bungalows. Nothing could be farther from the truth.

The Prince of Wales - Statement from Hank Dittmar, Chief Executive of The Prince's Foundation for the Built Environment

Skydragon 08-10-2007 06:31 AM

I agree with Charles on this matter, as you drive through the Highlands now, you see kit houses being built. Back gardens, crofts and agricultural land purchased and these cardboard like monstrosities being thrown up willy nilly. They all look the same, with no character, unlike the original Highland cottages.
The people erecting them, with their 1 acre of land then see themselves as 'country folk' and dash out to buy a pony or two 'for the kids', a couple of dogs, etc, etc. They then set up a committee to change everything they said they admired about the Highlands. :bang:

This 'writer' disagrees :rolleyes:
The Daily Record - NEWS - News Feed - CHAS IS LIKE A BUNGALOW ..HE'S NOT GOT A LOT UPSTAIRS

iceflower 10-04-2007 05:17 PM

Pic 4.10.2007
 
Vicki Peters, winner of the Pride of Britain Prince's Trust Young
Achiever award, meets the Prince of Wales at Clarence House,
4 October 2007

---> Pic

Skydragon 10-05-2007 12:08 PM

Thank you for the picture iceflower. :flowers:

Charles so proud of Vicki - Top Stories - News - Mirror.co.uk



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