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 HRH The Duke of Kent meets the author of ‘Unconquered’ at Kent Show, 11th July, 2014

During his visit to the County Show at Detling the Duke of Kent, pictured left, accompanied by the Lord- Lieutenant, Viscount De L’Isle, centre, stopped to have a word with David McDine, author of the newly published book Unconquered - The Story of Kent and its Lieutenancy . He commented : 'Everyone here should buy one!’ (c) Barry Duffield.

During his visit to the County Show at Detling the Duke of Kent, pictured left, accompanied by the Lord- Lieutenant, The Viscount De L’Isle, centre, stopped to have a word with David McDine, author of the newly published book ‘Unconquered – The Story of Kent and its Lieutenancy’. (c) Barry Duffield.

HRH the Duke of Kent visited the Kent Show on Friday 11th July, in his 39th year as Patron of the Kent Agricultural Society and opened the new Maidstone Pavilion.

During the tour of the building he visited the stand where David McDine DL was promoting his new book Unconquered – The Story of  Kent and its Lieutenancy, for which The Duke had provided the foreword. The book is published by The Allan Willett Foundation and any profit will go to Kent Charities, mainly in the field of medicine.

Plaque Unveiling by HRH The Duke of Kent for the opening of the new Maidstone Exhibition Hall, accompanied by Kevin Attwood, Chairman of the Kent Agricultural Society. Barry Duffield(c).

Plaque Unveiling by HRH The Duke of Kent for the opening of the new Maidstone Exhibition Hall, accompanied by Kevin Attwood, Chairman of the Kent Agricultural Society. (c)Barry Duffield.

Following lunch with the President of the Kent Show, Lady Astor of Hever, His Royal Highness toured a number of stands including those of the Scouts and Young Farmers.

 

 

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