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Princess Anne’s visit to Park Lane Stables, Teddington

Royalty came to Teddington on Wednesday 17th February 2016 as Princess Anne opened the newly refurbished stables at Park Lane Stables.

Her Royal Highness watched a riding demonstration in Bushy Park by Riding for the Disabled before heading on to see the newly renovated stables at 11:45am. Princess Anne is known for her love of horses having previously entered the Olympic Games and is a European medal holder herself. All were invited along to Bushy Park or the stables to see the royal visit.

The Fun Factory and Teddington Essentials provided flags to wave to mark the royal occasion.

The crowds and the ponies were ready and waiting!

Princess Anne was shown around by Natalie from Park Lane Stables.

 @Teddington_Town it was fantastic to see our Royal visitor walking through Teddington this morning

Quicker than you can say “More flag waving please!” Princess Anne was off to another royal engagement. What was a great turn out from Teddington locals – Princess Anne really looked to enjoy herself!

 #HRHPrincessAnne looked like she really enjoyed her visit to formally open @ParkLaneStables today #Teddington

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Photo credit Alan Rolph
The plaque put in place. Photo credit Alan Rolph

Official video from the day including interviews with manager Natalie O’Rourke and MP Tania Mathias.


The opening by the Her Royal Highness Princess Anne also means that bookings for horse riding are now open! For more details on Park Lane Stables and to get in touch – visit their website.

Find out more about the Riding for the Disabled Association whom HRH Princess Anne is a patron of visit their website.


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