Earl and Countess of Wessex visit Bath

The Earl and Countess of Wessex went to Bath to visit two of the city's most popular attractions. The royal pair officially reopened a portion of the Roman Baths, Temple Precinct, after visiting the Bath Abbey. The Earl and Countess' visit to the abbey was highlighted by viewings of the ledger stone, which was a commemoration of Queen Elizabeth II's visit n the 1,000th anniversary of the birth of the English monarchy in 1973, medieval carvings and contemporary needlework, and the foundations of the North Aisle, as well as the trial repair of the floor in that part of the church.



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