Balmoral


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Balmoral

a castle in NE Scotland, in SW Aberdeenshire: a private residence of the British sovereign
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Building on the success of last year, the first four-day event in recent years, it returns to Balmoral Park from May 16-19.
The ship is run by the MV Balmoral fund and operated by White Funnel Limited who said: "This work is expensive and exceeds the resources currently available to the owning charity, MV Balmoral Fund Limited.
A White Funnel spokesman said: "White Funnel Limited regrets to announce that MV Balmoral will not be sailing next season.
The Maritime and Coastguard Agency recently made adjustments to specifications required to carry passengers and it has been decided that the Balmoral no longer meets those standards.
Pictures shared by MV Balmoral and snaps taken on the ship show what it's like aboard the pleasure cruiser.
Harry, a patron of armed forces charity Walking with the Wounded, persuaded his gran to host the charity's first Balmoral Challenge.
5 May 2017 - California, US-based private equity firm Balmoral Funds LLC affiliate has partnered with California, US-based private investment company Gala Capital Partners, LLC have acquired Texas, US-based fast casual restaurant chain Mooyah Burgers, Fries and Shakes from Reach Restaurant Group, the companies said.
In 1848, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert took a lease for the Balmoral estate and the couple were so enchanted that the royals have made an annual excursion to the area known as Royal Deeside ever since.
30 (435m): Brookwood Gift, Lacey Grace, Lily's Princess (M), Balmoral Bella (M), Jacee's Handbag (M), Glengiblin Whizz (W).
50 Years of Black Gold in the Silver City Writer: Jeremy Creswell Publisher: Balmoral Group Price: PS100.
Justice Minister David Ford has visited this year s Balmoral show in Lisburn.
Vancouver, Canada, Feb 6, 2014 - (ABN Newswire) - Balmoral Resources Ltd.