Princess Anne is the patron of Camp Hill Veterans Services

ICONINSIDER — Princess Anne has been announced as the new royal patron of Camp Hill Veterans Services.
The 66-year-old royal has agreed to become the royal patron of the military hospital that provides veteran-directed care to elderly people, which is located in Halifax, Nova Scotia and Canada, as the organisation marks their centenary this year.
And the exciting announcement has been declared by Nova Scotia Health Authority.
Camp Hill are honoured to have the support of the Princess Royal – who is the Colonel -in-Chief of the Royal Canadian Medical Services and the Colonel in Chief of various Army regiments – in the run up to their 100th anniversary, and the news of Anne’s backing has “thrilled” staff, physicians and patients at the centre.
Speaking about Anne’s new venture, the director of Camp Hill Veterans Services, Heather White, said: “It is a thrill and an honour to the staff and physicians, and most importantly the residents of Camp Hill, to have the patronage of the Princess Royal as we celebrate 100 years of service to veterans and the community, as well as the 150th anniversary of Confederation.”
The Camp Hill not only provide services to the elderly but they also arrange numerous activities, including gardening, music therapy, card games and shopping trips, to help them maintain an active social life.
Meanwhile, Anne has recently showed her support to Peterhead sea cadets as she recently opened their new headquarters in Scotland and unveiled a plaque to mark the occasion.

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