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« Reply #555 on: January 20, 2023, 01:23:26 AM »

That is fantastic of the King!
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« Reply #556 on: January 20, 2023, 02:31:24 AM »

That is fantastic of the King!

Get back to me when Charles gives up some of his couple of hundred spare bedrooms.
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« Reply #557 on: January 20, 2023, 02:56:03 AM »

That is fantastic of the King!

Get back to me when Charles gives up some of his couple of hundred spare bedrooms.

Edward and Sophie also - they have 120 rooms at Bagshot Park.
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« Reply #558 on: January 20, 2023, 07:01:27 AM »

That is fantastic of the King!

Get back to me when Charles gives up some of his couple of hundred spare bedrooms.

Edward and Sophie also - they have 120 rooms at Bagshot Park.

120 rooms !!!  Shocked
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« Reply #559 on: January 20, 2023, 01:12:05 PM »

All the houses are huge. One is something, having 4 is just ridiculous. I’m stunned the move to Windsor didn’t get more bad press.
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« Reply #560 on: January 20, 2023, 01:56:14 PM »

All the houses are huge. One is something, having 4 is just ridiculous. I’m stunned the move to Windsor didn’t get more bad press.
Charles moved to Windsor?
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« Reply #561 on: January 25, 2023, 06:28:39 PM »

First look at new military insignia with Charles III’s cypher - the Household Cavalry’s cap badge. Changes include a ‘masculine’ crown at the top and the obvious CR in the centre. Unchanged motto of the Garter around the rim.
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« Reply #562 on: January 25, 2023, 08:42:52 PM »

That looks great!
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« Reply #563 on: January 26, 2023, 08:25:57 PM »

His infectious smile/laugh is so cute.

The King visited @TheAfricaCentre at its new premises in Southwark today.

🌍 The centre provides a ‘home away from home’ for Africans in the UK, bringing them together to connect, collaborate and champion African culture.

🔗 royal.uk/king-visits-af…
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« Reply #564 on: January 26, 2023, 10:31:18 PM »

Grief at his mother's death notwithstanding, Charles appears to be digging his new life big-time!
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« Reply #565 on: January 27, 2023, 06:27:48 AM »

He seems engaged with those he meets, happy to be meeting the public, as if he's trying to catch up with all the time he could have been more engaged but couldn't because he had to hold back because HLM had the position. Making up for lost time now that he has the opportunity to meet and greet everyone, can travel at will and be the monarch he had always envisioned himself to be. He's driven, happy and enthusiastic about seeing all he can in the time he has.
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« Reply #566 on: January 31, 2023, 03:35:00 PM »

Why don’t they rename this? It’s confusing and someone should get these things sorted.


The @theprincesfund (The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund) today announced the awarding of £1.95m in grants to seven charities over the next three years: Plantlife International, Practical Action, The Wildlife Trusts, Age Scotland, Carers Trust, BIGKID Foundation and Omega…

These charities were selected for their work in environmental sustainability and social inclusion, both subjects close to The King’s heart.
The Carers Trust will receive a £300,000 grant to support the work they do in representing the estimated 7 million unpaid carers in the UK.

The Prince of Wales's Charitable Fund was founded in 1979 by King Charles with a mission to transform lives and build sustainable communities. It receives sizeable royalties from the @waitrose Duchy Originals range founded by the King when he was Prince of Wales.
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« Reply #567 on: February 01, 2023, 10:36:14 PM »

King Charles offers helping hand by opening Highgrove House to the public as 'warm space'

During his first-ever Christmas speech in December, King Charles III highlighted the nation's current cost of living crisis.

By LAUREN WELCH


King Charles is taking this a step further by opening up the doors to Highgrove House, his family residence in Gloucestershire, to offer a "warm space" for members of the public. The kind gesture is to help the public through the continued cost of living crisis and to offer a place to combat loneliness - something that is especially high during the winter months.

 The initiative, which is led by the King's charity the Prince's Foundation, has seen hundreds of people from the local community enjoying free drinks and soup.

As part of the Winter's Warmers project, people are also able to practice sociable activities such as board games and crafts in the Orchard Room.

Pictures from recent events show members of the local community tucking into warm meals as they chat and make crafts such as wool pompoms.

The initiative is running between January and March by the foundation, which was established by the King in 1986 to provide holistic solutions to challenges facing the world today.


Highgrove House is the family residence of King Charles III and Camilla (Image: PA)
The scheme, which is open weekly, provides a safe place for local people to gather and socialise. It is aimed at helping to reduce the effects of social isolation, as well as keeping in line with the charity's mission to build communities.

It also offers a warm haven for people affected by the cost of living and who may not be able to heat their own homes.

The Orchard Room, is usually open to visitors after Garden Tours and is set within the gardens of Highgrove House.

The scheme has proved so popular that the free tickets have already sold out for all sessions.


Speaking about Highgrove House, Emily Cherrington, the executive director of The Prince’s Foundation, said: "Since establishing The Prince’s Foundation’s integrated health and wellbeing programme in May 2016, we have run many initiatives to help strengthen communities.

"At a particularly hard time for many, we felt we had the capacity in the quieter winter months to utilise our spaces to benefit those in the surrounding communities, many of whom perhaps cannot afford to heat their homes or whom may not have the opportunity for social interaction.

“We hope that by offering a space for people at these three communities across the UK to meet for a cup of tea and some enjoyable activities, we can play a small part in ensuring our guests benefit from some warmth and friendship each week."

https://www.express.co.uk...ace-cost-of-living-latest

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The King has opened the doors to Castle of Mey and Dumfries House in Scotland, and Highgrove, Glos., to be 'warm spaces' for local people faced with cost-of-living crisis and loneliness.
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« Reply #568 on: February 02, 2023, 04:55:55 AM »

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New Zealand’s monarch, King Charles III, has sent his “deepest condolences” to New Zealand following the deadly floods which have struck Auckland - and Princess Anne will visit the country this month.
The King mentioned the city’s clean-up efforts after the flood in which four people died.

In the message, the King said he had “long admired the strength and resourcefulness of New Zealanders”.

“My wife and I wanted to send our deepest condolences and sympathy to the families of those who have so tragically lost their lives.

“And our special thoughts are with the many others whose livelihoods have been so terribly impacted by these devastating floods.”

The King implored Kiwis to remain strong, brave and steadfast in the face of adversity.

“My most heartfelt prayers are with all those who are supporting the response and recovery efforts to help people repair or restore their homes and businesses. ...

https://www.odt.co.nz/new...cess-anne-visit-announced
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« Reply #569 on: February 02, 2023, 08:58:26 AM »

King Charles offers helping hand by opening Highgrove House to the public as 'warm space'

During his first-ever Christmas speech in December, King Charles III highlighted the nation's current cost of living crisis.

By LAUREN WELCH


King Charles is taking this a step further by opening up the doors to Highgrove House, his family residence in Gloucestershire, to offer a "warm space" for members of the public. The kind gesture is to help the public through the continued cost of living crisis and to offer a place to combat loneliness - something that is especially high during the winter months.

 The initiative, which is led by the King's charity the Prince's Foundation, has seen hundreds of people from the local community enjoying free drinks and soup.

As part of the Winter's Warmers project, people are also able to practice sociable activities such as board games and crafts in the Orchard Room.

Pictures from recent events show members of the local community tucking into warm meals as they chat and make crafts such as wool pompoms.

The initiative is running between January and March by the foundation, which was established by the King in 1986 to provide holistic solutions to challenges facing the world today.


Highgrove House is the family residence of King Charles III and Camilla (Image: PA)
The scheme, which is open weekly, provides a safe place for local people to gather and socialise. It is aimed at helping to reduce the effects of social isolation, as well as keeping in line with the charity's mission to build communities.

It also offers a warm haven for people affected by the cost of living and who may not be able to heat their own homes.

The Orchard Room, is usually open to visitors after Garden Tours and is set within the gardens of Highgrove House.

The scheme has proved so popular that the free tickets have already sold out for all sessions.


Speaking about Highgrove House, Emily Cherrington, the executive director of The Prince’s Foundation, said: "Since establishing The Prince’s Foundation’s integrated health and wellbeing programme in May 2016, we have run many initiatives to help strengthen communities.

"At a particularly hard time for many, we felt we had the capacity in the quieter winter months to utilise our spaces to benefit those in the surrounding communities, many of whom perhaps cannot afford to heat their homes or whom may not have the opportunity for social interaction.

“We hope that by offering a space for people at these three communities across the UK to meet for a cup of tea and some enjoyable activities, we can play a small part in ensuring our guests benefit from some warmth and friendship each week."

https://www.express.co.uk...ace-cost-of-living-latest

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The King has opened the doors to Castle of Mey and Dumfries House in Scotland, and Highgrove, Glos., to be 'warm spaces' for local people faced with cost-of-living crisis and loneliness.
This is wonderful idea

Well i started to like more and more the King Chalres
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