The Queen to Visit Royal Voluntary Service

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The Duchess of Cornwall, in her role President of the Royal Voluntary Service, during her visit to the Dolau Bran Lunch Club to celebrate the club's 40th anniversary at Dol Y Wern in Llandovery, 2019.

THE QUEEN WILL VISIT THE ROYAL VOLUNTARY SERVICE IN CAMBRIDGE

Friday 2nd February 2024

Her Majesty The Queen in her role as President of the Royal Voluntary Service (RVS), will visit the newly opened Meadows Community Centre.

The Queen will tour the facilities, including the dance studio and café run by RVS volunteers, to highlight the work the charity does to support the health and wellbeing of communities across the UK.

During the visit the Queen will observe a ‘Find Your Feet’ beginners dance class hosted by Royal Voluntary Service supporter Johannes Radebe (Strictly Come Dancing) and Tasha Ghouri (former Love Island contestant and supporter of the Royal Voluntary Service).

Concluding her tour of the centre Her Majesty will unveil a plaque to mark her visit.

The Queen has been President of the Royal Voluntary Service since 2012.

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