THE LIEUTENANCY OF KENT ARMS
Sea Cadets on Parade in Sittingbourne Town Centre

West Kent District Trafalgar Parade, 16th October, 2011

Over 150 Sea Cadets and Adult Volunteers from nine units across West Kent joined by units from the Army Cadet Force, came together to commemorate the most influential battle of its age which gave Britain mastery of the oceans for a further two centuries. Guest of honour and taking the salute at the march past […]

Her Majesty's Lord Lieutenant of Kent and The Viscountess De L'Isle with Tina Murphy, Director of HACO, and the coveted award.

Presentation of the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service to Health Action Charity Organisation, 14th October, 2011

Health Action Charity Organisation won The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service 2011 for performing a vital service throughout the year with its dedicated team of over 40 exceptional volunteers and only a small number of paid staff, including five paid carers for the Home Care Service set up to generate income for the charity. This […]

Pictured left to right: Mr David Mobbs, Group Chief Executive of Nuffield Health; Councillor Mrs Elizabeth Thomas, Mayor of Tunbridge Wells; HRH; and Paul Sabin, Deputy Lieutenant of Kent.

Visit to Kent by HRH The Countess of Wessex, 8th, September, 2011

HRH The Countess of Wessex made a visit to Kent on 8th September, where she spent time at Apollo House, Ramsgate, a Youth Offending Summer School Project. HRH, Patron, Royal National Institute for Deaf People, then visited the Royal School for the Deaf, Margate and broke the ground for a new Hydrotherapy Pool/Gym/Café building and […]

Lord De L’Isle taking the salute, accompanied to the right by the Mayor of Maidstone, Councillor Brian Mortimer; the High Sheriff of Kent, Mrs Georgie Warner; and the Chairman of Kent County Council, Mrs Paulina Stockwell.

Lord Lieutenant Salutes the 2nd Royal Tank Regiment in Maidstone, 1st September, 2011

On 1st September 2011, his first day as Lord Lieutenant, The Viscount De L’Isle MBE, took the salute when members of the locally-recruited 2nd Royal Tank Regiment exercised their Freedom of Maidstone by marching through the County Town. Lord De L’Isle told them that, historically, the Lieutenancy was responsible for organising the defence of the […]

Long service and Good conduct award ceremony

Long Service and Good Conduct Award Ceremony, 7th June, 2011