2003: Queen visits Wrexham and Flintshire
Hundreds of people lined the streets as Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh made their first visit to Wrexham and Flintshire for five years in 2003.
The pair met schoolchildren, students and soldiers across the area,
The Queen and Prince Philip arrived at Flint station on the Royal train and were greeted by the Vice Lord Lieutenant of Clwyd Michael Griffiths, and other civic dignitaries.
The Queen opened the £8m Centre of Engineering Excellence at Deeside College, where young people are trained in engineering and the aerospace industry.
The Queen also spent 20 minutes meeting local dignitaries and community leaders during a brief visit to Mold.
After being shown around the church, the Queen went on a walkabout. They also visited the area's barracks in Hightown, where the Queen took part in a tree planting ceremony outside the headquarters of the Royal Welch Fusiliers.
First broadcast 4 June 2003.