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  2. Sapphire Jubilee of Elizabeth II - Wikipedia

    The Sapphire Ice & Leisure Centre at Romford, England, named to honour the Sapphire Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, opened to the public on 3 February 2018. The building is five storeys high and includes an eight-lane pool for competitions and a 56m by 26m ice rink, and is home for the ice hockey team, the London Raiders.

  3. The Big Jubilee Read - Wikipedia

    The Big Jubilee Read is a 2022 campaign to promote reading for pleasure and to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee of Elizabeth II. A list of 70 books by Commonwealth authors, 10 from each decade of Elizabeth II 's reign, was selected by a panel of experts and announced by the BBC and The Reading Agency on 18 April 2022. Contents 1 Selection process

  4. A Gallop Through History - Wikipedia

    A Gallop Through History is an equestrian event planned to be held in the grounds of Windsor Castle on four evenings from 12 to 15 May 2022, as part of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations. The show will feature more than 1,000 performers and 500 horses, and will tell the story of the monarchy from Elizabeth I to the current queen ...

  5. 2022 Trooping the Colour - Wikipedia

    The 2022 Trooping the Colour ceremony will be held on Thursday 2 June 2022, as part of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations. Over 1,400 parading soldiers, 200 horses and 400 musicians are expected to come together in the traditional parade to mark the Queen's official birthday, which usually takes place on the second Saturday of June.

  6. Diamond Jubilee Pageant - Wikipedia

    The Diamond Jubilee Pageant, also branded The World Comes to Windsor, held between 10 and 13 May 2012 was an equine pageant held in the grounds of Windsor Castle, organised as part of the Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee celebrations. Contents 1 Date and location 2 Programme 2.1 Theme and hosts 2.2 Performers 3 Organisation and ticketing

  7. Wolfenstein - Wikipedia

    The Wolfensteinseries of video games started with the 1981 stealth-adventure video game Castle Wolfenstein. It was developed by American programmer Silas Warner, along with Dale Gray and George Varndell.[2] Warner was a pioneer in the early eras of video gaming, especially the stealthgenre.

  8. Clan Eliott - Wikipedia

    The crest badge used by clan members consists of a crest encircled by a strap and buckle containing a motto. The crest is a raised fist holding a sword, while the motto is FORTITER ET RECTE (translation from Latin: "Boldly and Rightly"). Castles Redheugh Tower was the historic seat of the chiefs of Clan Eliott, the Eliotts of Redheugh.

  9. Desmond Llewelyn - Wikipedia

    Desmond Wilkinson Llewelyn ( pronounced [ɬɛˈwɛlɪn]; 12 September 1914 – 19 December 1999) was a Welsh actor. He was best known for his role as Q in 17 of the James Bond films between 1963 and 1999. Contents 1 Biography 1.1 Early life 1.2 Second World War 2 Acting career 2.1 James Bond series 2.2 Other work 3 Personal life 4 Death