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Tudorville and District Community Centre in Ross-on-Wye will welcome the Duke of Kent
A HEREFORDSHIRE community centre will receive royal approval.
The Tudorville and District Community Centre (TDCC) in Ross-on-Wye will welcome the Duke of Kent on November 26. The Duke will unveil a plaque marking the occasion, which recognises the hard work put in by members of the community who helped set up the centre in 2011, saving it from closure.
Colin Gray, the chairman of TDCC, said: “I am really excited about the visit. I never thought I’d see the day that a royal visitor would be here in Tudorville. He will be able to see the success that the people of Tudorville have made of their own centre and all the good things that take place here.”
At the start of this year, TDCC received a cheque for £10,000 from the Hereford Times’ parent company, The Gannett Foundation, which went towards funding more sporting and recreational equipment.
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