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The triennial Investiture of Knights and Dames by HRH The Grand Prior, The Duke of Gloucester (pictured) will take place on Thursday 10th November, 2016. The ceremony will take place at St John’s Gate and the Priory Church in London.
The Welsh postulants being installed are as follows:
Dr Peter Beck
Mrs Jane Collier
Mr David Jenkins
Mr D. Byron Lewis
Mr Roy Noble
Mrs Angela O’Sullivan
Miss Gwyneth Rees
Brigadier William Strong
Mrs Kathrin Thomas
Sir Paul Williams
6 year old awarded for saving her baby brother’s life.
His Royal Highness The Duke of Gloucester, in his capacity as Grand Prior of the Order of St. John, has appointed Sir Paul Williams OBE, KStJ, DL as Prior for Wales with effect from St. John’s Day, 24 June, 2017.
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