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Royal Visit

On the 2nd September 2004 Prince Charles visited Ditty’s Home Bakery in Main Street Castledawson. I was one of only a few official photographers (and only local photographer) to cover the event.

Here is my photographic record of the Royal visit which is also on display in Ditty’s Home Bakery in Castledawson.

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The Prince of Wales arrives at
Ditty's Home Bakery
 where he is met by;-
    • Mr & Mrs Robert Ditty, - Directors of Ditty’s Home Bakery
    • Mrs Anne Mark, - Deputy Lieutenant of County Londonderry
    • Mrs Lorna Dane, - Sheriff for County Londonderry.
    • Councillor Bertie Montgomery, - Vice Chairman of Magherafelt District Council.
    • Mrs Kay Montgomery.
    • Mr Bruce Robinson, - Permanent Secretary, Department of Enterprise Trade and Investment.

 

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Prince Charles gets a guided tour, and meets the staff of Ditty’s Home Bakery

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(Right) During his visit, Local Artist
Barbara McIntyre (from Drumlamph)
presented Prince Charles
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(Left & Below) A section of the large crowd that gathered in Castledawson to greet The Prince of Wales.

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This document maintained by George McIntyre.
Material Copyright 2001 George McIntyre, Northern Ireland.

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