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The Princess of Wales: Diana in Alfreton

Diana in Alfreton

Diana in Alfreton

This selection of pictures shows a very special royal visit from 1992.

Hundreds turned out to see Diana, Princess of Wales open the Riddings Park Community Centre in Alfreton in 1992.

On a gloriously sunny day, Diana toured the premises before going on a walkabout and chatting with some of the onlookers. Brian Schofield was one of the people there and he took these pictures.

Princess Diana in Alfreton

After a tour of the new centre, Princess Diana came out to loud cheers from hundreds of local people

Princess Diana in Alfreton

The princess took time to chat with several onlookers..

Princess Diana in Alfreton

It was a sunny day and the princess had been presented with a colourful bouquet.

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last updated: 16/09/2008 at 14:41
created: 17/09/2007

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