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The Prince Of Wales is regular visitor to Caithness and the north of Scotland.  Use out search engine on the front page to find many other items scattered throughout the Caithness.org web site and the Business Index

3 August 09
Prince Charles Visited Scrabster Today

As part of his annual visit to Caithness Prince Charles visited Scrabster harbour today and spent some time at the fishing boat "Boy Andrew".

Mey Highland Games 2007

3 August 07
Prince Of Wales Adds Stroma Water Colour To Online Collection

11 October 06
Princess Anne Visited Wick Harbour
Amongst the places Princess Anne visited in Caithness yesterday was the old Herring Market at Wick Harbour.  The former fish market currently houses an exhibition of items and photos about the Isabelle Fortuna.  Princess Anne went on board the Isabella Fortuna for look around.  Princess Anne opened the new JGC Engineering facility at Janetstown

Prince Charles And Camilla At Mey Highland Games 2006

Prince Charles and Camilla At Mey Games 2005

 

2 August 05
THE PRINCE CHARLES, DUKE OF ROTHESAY LAUNCHES THE "NORTH HIGHLAND INITIATIVE"
A new "Mey Selections" brand to market beef, lamb and mutton from the North Highlands is launched today by The Prince Charles, Duke of Rothesay.  The brand is the result of fifteen months' work behind the scenes on a new initiative for the North Highlands which aims to promote and develop the North Highlands' economy in relation to agriculture, tourism and the built environment. The North Highland Initiative is a direct result of The Duke of Rothesay's involvement in bringing together the farming community, local businesses and the tourism industry to try to address some of the challenges facing rural communities in the far north of Scotland.
Royal Seal Of Approval - BBC   Castle Of Mey Open To the public but closed from 29th July to 9th August 2005 inclusive. Opening Times  Prince Of Wales Web Site

1 August 05
Prince Charles Opens Pulteneytown People's Centre In Wick
Prince Charles arrived by helicopter at wick airport this morning and went to open the Pultneytown People's Centre in the former Old Man's Rest.  The centre is used for meetings and some of the overflow groups from the offices in Murchison Street.  Prince Charles was shown round by Councillor Katrina MacNab who is also the PPP manager.  she introduce the Prince to members of a ladies group that use the centre and others involved in the project.  At one point there were roars of laughter as the prince heard about some of the activities.  Prince Charles then headed to the Old Pulteney distillery. He is in Caithness for more than a week and will attend the Mey highland Games on Saturday amongst other events.  Pulteneytown People's Project

4 August 2004
Prince Charles Opens Calder Water Treatment Works

10 August 2003
Prince Charles And Camilla At Canisabay Church
  

10 August 2003
Prince Charles Referees Tug-O-War As Castle Of Mey
Team Wins The Cup

6 August 2003
Prince Charles Opens Scrabster Pier
 

11 August 2002
Prince Charles At Canisbay Church

10 August 2002
Prince Charles At Mey Highland Games 2002

4 July 2002
Prince Charles Opens New Glass Studio In Lybster

4 July 2002
Prince Charles Visits Caithness Creels

Queen's Visit To Wick Pictures 27 May 2002

Death Of Queen Mother - Caithness Section

Castle Of Mey Opens To Public In September 2002

The Golden Jubilee Summer Party Monday
Monday 3 June 2002
Hundreds of beacons will be lit all over the UK to celebrate the Queen's Golden Jubilee

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