The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh arrived at Oakham Railway Station this morning and were received by H.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh arrived at Oakham Railway Station this morning and were received by H. M. Lieutenant for Rutland.
Having visited Oakham Castle where the Queen presented a horseshoe to the Lord of the Manor of Oakham, Her Majesty and his Royal Highness drove to Doncaster Close where members of uniformed youth organisations and local school children were assembled.
The Queen subsequently inaugurated a Service for transporting disabled people.
Her Majesty and his Royal Highness then visited Gunthrope and Uppingham and proceeded to Uppingham Church of England Primary School (Headmaster, Mr. L. H. Hall) before re-joining the Royal Train at Market Harborough Railway Station.
This afternoon the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh arrived at Rugby Railway Station and were received by H. M. Lieutenant for Warwick and the Mayor of Rugby.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh visited the English Electric Works and were received by the Chairmen and Chief Executive (the Lord Nelson of Stafford).
Her Majesty and his Royal Highness later visited Rugby School (Headmaster, Mr. J. S. Woodhouse)in celebration of the School's 400th Anniversary, and were received by the Chairman of the Governing Body (the Lord Parker of Wadington).
Having opened the Commemorative Gateway, the Queen, with the Duke of Edinburgh, toured the School.