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1st August 2002
The Queen's visit to Nottingham
HRH Queen Elizabeth II

The Queen arrives at the Nottingham ice centre

Nottingham enjoyed a right royal occasion when Her Majesty the Queen and Prince Phillip visited the city.

As part of their Golden Jubilee celebrations they officially opened the Nottingham Ice Centre before watching a special ice gala which had been choreographed by Nottingham's most famous sporting pairing - Torvill and Dean.

Relive the the visit by taking a look at our Royal photo gallery:-

The Royal train
The Royal train pulls into Nottingham station

Meeting the dignitaries
Meeting the city dignitaries

Prince Phillip plays catch up
Prince Phillip plays catch up as the party leaves the station

Victoria Lewis and Paul Knight
Victoria Lewis, 9, and 7-year-old Paul Knight, royal enthusiasts from Farnsfield C of E primary school, who got to meet the Queen

Simon Ford and children
BBC Radio Nottingham journalist Simon Ford meets the youngsters who met the Queen

More Royal photographs>>

 


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