British & Irish Delegation Constantinian Order knights participate in turf cutting ceremonies of two new Academies in Yorkshire

Sheffield, June 2006. Work is now well underway on the new multi-million pound Sheffield Springs and Sheffield Park Academies, which will replace Myrtle Springs School and Waltheof School respectively. Both Academies are sponsored by the United Learning Trust (ULT), through the generosity of its benefactor, The Khayami Foundation, who was introduced to the scheme by a…

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“A King from Canada”

London, June 2006. The Chancery of the British and Irish Delegation is pleased to announce the publication of the autobiography written by our longstanding Council member, Sir Conrad Swan. The book illustrates the family life, carrier and work as a herald and ultimately Garter Principal King of Arms of Sir Conrad. A King from Canada…

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Yorkshire Museum hosts major exhibition on Emperor Constantine on the occasion of the 1700th anniversary of the York proclamation of Constantine as Roman Emperor

York, June 2006. To celebrate the 1700th anniversary of the proclamation in York of Constantine the Great as Roman Emperor, the Yorkshire Museum is hosting until 29 October 2006 a major international exhibition showcasing exhibits from across Britain and Europe including many treasures from the time of the Emperor. Included in the exhibition are silverware, sculpture,…

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Order’s Delegate for Inter-Religious Relations meets with the new Prime Minister of Lebanon

London, May 2006. The Constantinian Order’s newly appointed Delegate for Inter-Religious Relations, HE Mr Anthony Bailey, met with His Excellency Fuad Siniora, President of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Lebanon, on the occasion of his Official Visit to the United Kingdom.  The meeting took place at the Lebanese Ambassador’s Residence in central London.…

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Vital Office equipment donated to The Passage Homeless Centre

London, April 2006. Following an urgent request for help from one of the Delegation’s longstanding adopted charities, The Passage Homeless Centre, three up-to-date computers and six office chairs were donated to the Centre in the name of the British and Irish Delegation. In a letter to newly appointed Delegate Lord Brennan of Bibury, Sister Ellen Flynn,…

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