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Commonwealth Day 2022 panel launch

His Excellency George Brandis, High Commissioner of Australia to the United Kingdom kindly unveiled a new interpretive panel on the London Commonwealth Walkway on Commonwealth Day, Monday 14th March 2022. The Panel, which sits outside St Clement Danes Church on The Strand, interprets Australia House and shares some of the important Commonwealth history that embeds…

Wellington Walk for the Commonwealth

Walk for the Commonwealth, Wellington, Aotearoa

As part of Commonwealth Day celebrations in Wellington, New Zealand, past Mayor Celia Wade Brown organised a walk along part of the capital city’s route. COVID-19 restrictions limited the scale of the party but dignitaries able to attend included the Deputy Mayor, representatives of the Commonwealth Youth Association NZ, the Pakistan and UK High Commissions…

HRH The Princess Royal unveils the first marker of the Edmonton Commonwealth Walkway

On November 6, 2018, HRH The Princess Royal, Princess Anne joined Lieutenant Governor Lois E. Mitchell, Mayor of Edmonton Don Iveson and the Rt. Honourable Patricia Scotland, Secretary General of the Commonwealth at the announcement of a Commonwealth Walkway for Edmonton. The announcement took place at Government House. The Edmonton Commonwealth Walkway is being championed…

Governor unveils first marker on Perth Commonwealth Walkway

On Thursday 19 April 2018 Her Excellency the Honourable Kerry Sanderson AC, Governor of Western Australia unveiled the first marker installed in the new Perth Commonwealth Walkway.When complete, the Walkway will encourage residents and visitors to enjoy a self-guided walking and learning experience which focuses attention on areas of history or places of interest in the…

Scotland’s Commonwealth Walkway launched at The People’s Palace

Scotland’s Minister for Sport and the Lord Provost of Glasgow launched Scotland’s Commonwealth Walkway today by unveiling a special interpretive panel at The People’s Palace in Glasgow Green. Scotland’s Commonwealth Walkway is 20 miles/ 34km, connecting 34 key points of particular significance starting at City Chambers in George Square and including the Cathedral, Canal, Kelvin…