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Images of Princess Anne on a royal visit to officially open the Gaherty Reptile Breeding Centre at Jersey Zoo, Trinity in her capacity as Patron of the Wildlife Preservation Trust. Images include Princess Anne and Gerald Durrell addressing members of the public gathered for the opening and unveiling a plaque commemorating the occasion, and Princess Anne being shown a tortoise in the newly opened reptile house and meeting members of the public gathered for the event.
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|Date||27 October 1976|
Gaherty Reptile Breeding Centre
Wildlife Preservation Trust
|Keywords||Animals | Children | events | openings | patrons | plaques | Portraits | princesses | reptiles | Royal family | Royal Visits | Royalty | speeches | tortoises | unveilings | zoos|
|Places||Gaherty Reptile Breeding Centre, Jersey Zoo|
|Dimensions||27 35mm negative|
|Level of description||File|
|Creator||Jersey Evening Post, The|
|Access restrictions||Closed for preservation. Please view digital image.|
|JEP Photographic Job Number||1976/2327C|
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