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A royal wonder

During 2018, Julie Goucher is spotlighting a website that is unusual, overlooked or simply fascinating. This issue she explores the fascinating online resources of the Chapel of St George in Windsor, the venue for two royal weddings this year…

Lesser-known source of the month

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Whether you live within the British Isles or another country most people associate Windsor with the castle and the important link with the royal family and the tragic fire of 1992. You might not be familiar with the resource I am going to share this month, the Chapel of St George – www.stgeorges-windsor.org – the location of two royal weddings in 2018; that of the new Duke and Duchess of Sussex on 19 May, and Princess Eugenie of York and Jack Brooksbank, who are due to get married on 12 October.

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