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‘Given our shared history, common language and similar legal, medical and educational systems, building a broad range of links between Bristol and India can only be of mutual value to both countries,’ explained Mrs Golding.The High Commissioner started the day with a business breakfast organised by Business West.The group photograph includes four Unit members who are preparing for a fund raising bicycle ride.
A presentation by Royal Naval Captain Groom highlighted that 'the affiliation will enable businesses and communities to develop personal relationships, enhance careers and acquire new skills through workplace exchanges, brand the Bristol Suite with furniture, furnishings and products and so much more’.
HMS PRINCE OF WALES weighs 65,000 tonnes, has a 10,000 mile range and can accommodate upwards of 40 aircraft on its 4-acre flight decks.
His Excellency the High Commissioner for India Mr Y K Sinha was received by Lord-Lieutenant Mrs Peaches Golding OBE for a day long visit to Bristol.
There followed a tour of the new facilities: classrooms, gym, ratings bar (the officers' ward room will be upgraded last of all) and the highlight, a highly polished Drill Deck.
One of the many original features still intact from the building's construction in 1941, it has been in use for the training of servicewomen and men ever since; drill will now become even more pleasurable.