Worcestershire's honours after Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II's funeral
THREE members of the Royal Navy from Worcestershire have been honoured with the Royal Victorian Medal Silver for their roles in the state funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
More than 140 Royal Navy personnel marched in London on the day of the Queen's funeral (Monday, September 19).
Hollie Randle, Oliver Turner, and Hattie Haycock have all been named on the Queen’s Demise Honours List for pulling the state gun carriage on the day.
Hollie Randle, who was quoted after the event in September saying it was an "incredible honour".
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The funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, who died the nation’s longest-reigning monarch on September 8 aged 96, took place at Westminster Abbey and was attended by around 2,000 guests including members of the Royal Family, dozens of world leaders, and other dignitaries.
The coronation weekend of King Charles III will be held from Saturday May 6 to Monday May 8, with thousands of events expected to take place across the country.