Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother leaving Citizens Advice Bureau
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|Partial / Incomplete Date||c.1956|
|Copyright 1||News & Mercury|
|Notes / History||Crowds gather to see the Queen Mother, following her official visit to the Citizens Advice Bureau, Mitcham.
Her Majesty was held in great esteem by local people, particularly in view of her wartime service.
The Queen Mother undertook a range of public duties, including regimental functions, official engagements and events designed to support and raise the profile of UK Charities.