0 Comments Charles to honour Australian forces’ sacrifice at First World War commemorations BelfastTelegraph.co.uk The Prince of Wales will visit France later this month to attend commemorations marking the 100th anniversary of the First World War battle of Villers-Bretonneux. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/uk/charles-to-honour-australian-forces-sacrifice-at-first-world-war-commemorations-36769848.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/uk/article36769846.ece/ae55f/AUTOCROP/h342/bpanews_3c979f34-120b-4a1e-a2b2-8d692fa40284_1 Email The Prince of Wales will visit France later this month to attend commemorations marking the 100th anniversary of the First World War battle of Villers-Bretonneux. Australians fought alongside British troops in the decisive military encounter and Charles will travel to the Australian National Memorial, near the French town of Villers-Bretonneux, to honour those who paid the ultimate sacrifice in the 1918 conflict. The … [Read more...] about Charles to honour Australian forces’ sacrifice at First World War commemorations
THE Queen has more faith in Princes William and Harry than she does in son Charles, according to Andrew Morton’s book. She is said to have been impressed with how Harry has represented her on official duties, his commitment to the Invictus Games, and how he has handled his high-profile romance with Meghan. MOST READ IN UK NEWSFEELING LUCKY? Winning Lotto numbers for Saturday March 31 2018 £5.1million jackpot GAS ATTACK Two clubbers rushed to hospital after CS gas attack in Kidderminster OFF DUTY Brits could be owed up to £2BILLION in overpaid stamp duty 'WORLD OF PAIN' Dad's agony as daughter dies after doctors 'failed to spot brain damage' FINAL JOURNEY Redmayne pays tribute at Stephen Hawking's funeral as thousands line streets MAD FRIDAY Boozed up revellers collapse in the street as hundreds head out on Good Friday The brothers have also engaged with the public in a way that Charles never seemed capable, according to a source. A courtier told Morton: “The … [Read more...] about The Queen ‘has more faith in William and Harry’ than her son Prince Charles, book claims
In the middle the night, an eerie orb floats through The Old George’s hallway. It then vanishes. “At first I thought it might be a fly,” said landlady Andrea Johnstone. “But a fly doesn’t disappear like that.” Instead, she feels the transparent ball of light could possibly be something quite incredible - The spirit of King Charles I. The Stuart monarch was apparently a regular inside the Newcastle boozer while a prisoner in the city. In the years since he met a grizzly end on the executioner’s block, punters claim to have spotted a ghostly figure. So could the orb belong to the slain king? “It could well be,” states Andrea, who admits her High Bridge pub often gives her the chills. “I feel a presence in parts and I can’t explain it - it just feels strange.” There have been a string of eerie encounters inside the hallway, function room and the pub’s smaller bar. The pub’s apparently so haunted, ghost … [Read more...] about Does this footage show King Charles I’s spirit floating through Newcastle pub?
PUBLISHED: 17:00 30 March 2018 Charles Allen Head of Physical Performance at Walk To Run, Charles Allen. Picture: Supplied Archant Head of Physical Performance at Walk to Run, Charles Allen, discusses the importance of maintaining a strong core for runners. Last weekend, in a classroom full of fitness professionals, lead biomechanics coaches and therapists, I was offered the opportunity to have my core tested. Something I had not done since my early 20’s. Now, at age 41, I thought it would be a good idea. It may not have turned out quite how I expected but it did show me that it’s time to do some homework of my own. The core can best be described as the muscles which stabilise or support the body whilst other muscles carry out movement. So, if any of the muscles that make up the core are unable to function, this results in your body becoming unstable. MORE: Why runners should pay special attention to the pelvisMany of us will have experienced an indication that … [Read more...] about Charles Allen: A strong core is essential for runners…but be careful how you go about getting it
PRINCE Charles has used his Easter message to call for peace between Christians and Muslims in the Middle East pointing out similarities between the Quran and the Bible.In a taped speech released today, Prince Charles said “biblical lands such as Syria and Modern Iraq” had centuries where people from the three major faiths lived “side-by-side as neighbours and friends”.“For example, I have heard how in Lebanon, Muslims join with Christians at the Shrine of our Lady of Lebanon to honour her together. I know, too, of senior Muftis who believe in the essential importance of the Christian faith to maintaining the balance of the Middle East,” he said.Prince Charles, who is set to visit Queensland next week for the Commonwealth Games, empathised the similarities between Christianity and Islam noting that both faiths celebrate Mary the mother of Jesus.“At Easter, as we recall the suffering of Our Lord, we also remember Mary his mother and the torment … [Read more...] about Prince Charles calls for peace, unity in televised Good Friday message