The Queen Mother in 174 Villiers Road, Willesdon
Pa News Photo 8/7/59 the Queen Mother on the Steps of 174 Villiers Road, Willesden where she Visited It's Garden and Many Others in the Marylebone and the Willesden Area of London. this Particular Garden was Chosen as One of the Brightest and Best in the District by the London Garden's Society
Queen Mother at Hostpital
Britain's Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, leaves the King Edward VII Hospital in central London, to return to Clarence House ahead of the celebrations to mark her101st birthday. * She was admitted to the clinic Wednesday after she complained of extreme tiredness during the recent heatwave. After a diagnosis that she was suffering from anaemia, doctors administered a blood transfusion. She is expected to make her traditional birthday appearance outside Clarence House. *2/8/01 of Britain's Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, leaving the King Edward VII Hospital in central London. Security was tight for the Queen Mother's 101st birthday celebrations today in the wake of the Ealing bomb. Thursday night's car bomb explosion at Ealing, west London, heightened fears that dissident Irish terrorists may try to disrupt the royal birthday celebrations.
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Royalty - Queen Mother - Women's Voluntary Service - 1953
The Queen Mother is joined by members of the Women's Voluntary Service, gathered round a vat of soup being prepared for delivery, during the Second World War. The Queen Mother, president of the WRVS as it is now known, will take delivery of a lunch of roast beef and veg at her home Clarence House as part of the second annual Meals-on-Wheels Day, highlighting the work of the Meals-on-Wheels service, supplying meals to the housebound and vulnerable.
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