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The Royal Family and Canongate Kirk

In Memory of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

The cherry tree planted by Prince Philip on his first visit to Canongate Kirk in June 1953,  blossoming again in time for HM The Queen’s 95th birthday on 21st April 2021.


The Kirk Session and congregation of Canongate Kirk, the Kirk of Holyroodhouse, mourn the passing of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh on 9th April 2021 and give thanks for his long life of service and duty.  We remember with particular pride Prince Philip’s many visits to Canongate Kirk over the years.

 


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2019 – HM The Queen’s Visit

 

 

2016

MANDATORY CREDIT: PIC - ROB MCDOUGALL www.RobMcDougall.com 07856222103 info@robmcdougall.com

MANDATORY CREDIT: PIC - ROB MCDOUGALL www.RobMcDougall.com 07856222103 info@robmcdougall.comMANDATORY CREDIT: PIC - ROB MCDOUGALL www.RobMcDougall.com 07856222103 info@robmcdougall.com

HM The Queen and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh attended our regular Sunday service in Canongate Kirk on 3rd July 2016. Before the service, the courtyard was lined by members of 142 (Second Edinburgh) Squadron ATC and afterwards Charlotte Anderson presented a posy on behalf of the congregation.

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