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Article from section published on August 31, 2018

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Article from section published on August 15, 2018

Art competition 2018

The theme this year was Space and once again we give grateful thanks to our sponsor, Mary Scherer, and to Oaka Books who partnered with us, https://www.oakabooks.co.uk/ . We were delighted with the number of entries we received this year, with many individuals and schools entering, including one school from Gibraltar. Special mention to the home schoolers who entered for the first time. The standard was extremely high and we had enormous difficulty in choosing our winners.

The overall winner was Megan Smith with her picture, Big Business, and Second overall was Sophia Birch with Aliens and Space Bugs. They both received family tickets to the Historic Dockyard in Portsmouth with our grateful thanks to the National Museum of the Royal Navy for those.

The other winners all received prizes of art materials and certificates were sent to all children who entered.

Aliens and Space Bugs by Sophia Birch

Big Business by Megan Smith

 

Runners Up

 

Second Place

 

Third Place

 

Winners

Article from section published on December 20, 2016

Important news about our Patron

27th August 1945 – 20th December 2016
It is with immense thanks and great sadness that we announce that our Patron, HM The Queen, is stepping down as Patron of the Children’s Fund at the end of this, her 90th birthday year. HM The Queen became our Patron when she was a Princess in 1945 and we are so grateful for the years of support she has given us. We will be writing to her on behalf of all our beneficiaries to thank her and send her our very best wishes.
We are delighted that we can announce that our new Royal Patron will be HRH Prince Andrew, the Duke of York. With his distinguished career in the Royal Navy as a Commander and now the honorary rank of Vice Admiral he is uniquely placed within the Royal Family to understand the pressures faced by our serving men and women both in and post service, and their children that we support. We look forward to welcoming him in the New Year.

 

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HRH The Duke of York attends a service of remembrance at St Annes Cathedral Belfast this evening (Monday) to mark the centenary of the start of the First World War. Photo by Aaron McCracken/Harrisons

HRH The Duke of York attends a service of remembrance at St Annes Cathedral Belfast this evening (Monday) to mark the centenary of the start of the First World War.
Photo by Aaron McCracken/Harrisons