The Duke of York, Visitor, visited the Royal Hospital School in Holbrook on 30 June, 2018.
During the visit, HRH presents a new Pikestaff to the Head Boy and Head Girl to commemorate the school carrying a colour for 100 years. At the stroke of midday The Duke of York inspected the Guard and the Band before a drill and musical parade. HRH addressed the Year 13 leavers and congratulated them on their display of precision and discipline before wishing them luck in their future endeavours.
The Royal Hospital School is a co-educational boarding and day school for 11 to 18 year olds set in 200 acres of countryside overlooking the River Stour. The School was established by a Royal Charter in 1712. His Royal Highness succeeded as the School’s Visitor following the death of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother.
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