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Thursday 12th February 2015

The Duchess of Cambridge, Royal Patron of the 1851 Trust, will visit Portsmouth to see the progress on the new home of Ben Ainslie Racing and the 1851 Trust and view an art project by the local community.

The Duchess of Cambridge will attend a reception at the Spinnaker Tower to meet Portsmouth community members involved the Ben Ainslie Racing project and to view exhibits destined for the Visitor Centre for the Trust at the team’s Portsmouth headquarters, opening in July 2015

Past Events

Monday 19th January 2015

The Duchess of Cambridge will attend a coffee morning at Family Friends Kensington to meet volunteers and get an overview of the organisation's work supporting vulnerable families.

The Duchess of Cambridge will visit Kensington Aldridge Academy to formally open the new school.

The Duchess of Cambridge will  visit Kensington Leisure Centre to formally open the new leisure centre.

Friday 16th January 2015

The Duchess of Cambridge will attend an event hosted by The Fostering Network to celebrate the work of foster carers in providing support to vulnerable young people.

Her Royal Highness will be given an overview of the world of fostering by meeting care leavers and social workers before joining a reception for people involved in fostering.

Thursday 15th January 2015

The Duchess of Cambridge will attend an event hosted by The Fostering Network to celebrate the work of foster carers in providing support to vulnerable young people.

Her Royal Highness will be given an overview of the world of fostering by meeting care leavers and social workers before joining a reception for people involved in fostering.

Thursday 15th January 2015

The Duchess of Cambridge, Royal Patron of The Art Room, will officially name The Clore Art Room at Barlby Primary School, London.

Her Royal Highness will greet Barlby Primary School staff and students, speak to children who attend Art Room workshops, and join a round table discussion about the work of The Art Room.