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Royal visit for charity anniversary

The Princess Royal arrived in Hunstanton by helicopter yesterday for a celebration lunch to mark the 35th anniversary of the Save The Children branch.

Princess Anne was presented with a posy by Glebe House School student Scarlett Hallard and spent the afternoon talking to the committee members and supporter. Pictured, she signs the visitors’ book at Hunstanton Golf Club with Captain Richard Castle.


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