Happy Birthday HRH the PoW

#3
Passed-over_Loggie said:
thought it would be rather nice to wish the Boss's 2IC happy birthday. Personally, I think he's a bloody good Heir and successor.

Oh look a right proper Charlie :viking:

Many happy returns Sir :salut:
 
#4
I'm in. He's a bit quirky at times but I believe his intentions are honerable and he works hard to make a difference. Like so many he has been passed over for promotion for so long he must be wondering if he will ever get there.

Happy Birthday HRH .... now where's our piece of cake?

SF
 
#5
Carried the POW on the Cherry B during the 70s Fiji Independence celebrations, seemed a nice bloke with no pretensions at all.

Peed off the Jossman, when we were clearing lower deck , because the POW couldn't get down the hatch, when we were all charging up to line the ships side during one visit - didn't seem to bother the man though !

Have one for me Charlie :thumright:
:party: :eek:ccasion4:
 

werqpr

Lantern Swinger
#6
It always seems like easy pray to take the piss out off charlie boy, he always comes across as a very decent bloke to me, so many happy returns Sir :thumright:
 
#8
YouAreHavingALaugh said:
SILVER_FOX said:
Like so many he has been passed over for promotion for so long he must be wondering if he will ever get there.

Happy Birthday HRH .... now where's our piece of cake?

SF
Oh No

I wonder if he is a mate of Norman
Norman has no Mates :pukel:
 
#11
Many Happy Returns to HRH.

Anyone who watched the TV programme about him will have seen how tirelessly he works to improve the lot of hundreds of thousands of people in the UK and all over the world through his various trusts and charities when he could just have easily settled for a quiet life. He is also one of the staunchest friends the Services could have.
 
#12
Happy birthday to youuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu, happy birthday to youuuuuuuuuuuuuu, happy birthday toooooo Charlie, happy birthday to youuuuuuuuuu xxxxxxxxx
 
#13
Happy Birthy from Maxi too, met him a couple of times at Portland and knew several people who served with him a good naval officer with a serious sense of humour. Very pleasant to chat too, and a hard worker too.
 
#16
Naval_Gazer said:
Many Happy Returns to HRH.

Anyone who watched the TV programme about him will have seen how tirelessly he works to improve the lot of hundreds of thousands of people in the UK and all over the world through his various trusts and charities when he could just have easily settled for a quiet life. He is also one of the staunchest friends the Services could have.
I too work TirelesslyTo improve the lot of Hundreds of Thousands of people in the UK and all over the World with my Income Tax. I too could have settled for the Quiet life but finances dont allow this,Iam also a Good friend to the Services,I would also like to be a Republican.I would Imagine his Mummy will be giving him a few more medals for his birthday.
 

werqpr

Lantern Swinger
#17
Stokers-Plaything said:
Naval_Gazer said:
Many Happy Returns to HRH.

Anyone who watched the TV programme about him will have seen how tirelessly he works to improve the lot of hundreds of thousands of people in the UK and all over the world through his various trusts and charities when he could just have easily settled for a quiet life. He is also one of the staunchest friends the Services could have.
I too work TirelesslyTo improve the lot of Hundreds of Thousands of people in the UK and all over the World with my Income Tax. I too could have settled for the Quiet life but finances dont allow this,Iam also a Good friend to the Services,I would also like to be a Republican.I would Imagine his Mummy will be giving him a few more medals for his birthday.
If we were to become a republic people would still have the ump with whoever was head of state, I for one am a big fan of the royals
 
#19
Stokers-Plaything said:
Naval_Gazer said:
Many Happy Returns to HRH.

Anyone who watched the TV programme about him will have seen how tirelessly he works to improve the lot of hundreds of thousands of people in the UK and all over the world through his various trusts and charities when he could just have easily settled for a quiet life. He is also one of the staunchest friends the Services could have.
I too work TirelesslyTo improve the lot of Hundreds of Thousands of people in the UK and all over the World with my Income Tax. I too could have settled for the Quiet life but finances dont allow this,Iam also a Good friend to the Services,I would also like to be a Republican.I would Imagine his Mummy will be giving him a few more medals for his birthday.
'Youth Week' starts tomorrow. If you've achieved as much good over the years for so many youngsters who've lost their way as HRH with his Prince's Trust alone (thanks to him twisting the arms of the wealthy and powerful), then you deserve a medal too. I've no problem with that. Successive governments don't seem to have helped as much.

HRH The Prince of Wales marked his 60th birthday by backing Britain’s youth.

The Prince launched The Trust’s first national Youth Week to highlight the positive contribution young people make to society.

The seven-day awareness campaign runs from November 15th to 21st and follows the recent barrage of negative headlines around teenage knife and gang crime.

Martina Milburn, chief executive of The Trust, said:

“Young people are more likely to do voluntary work than any other age group. But all too often their efforts go unnoticed under a shadow of negative headlines. We need to celebrate our nation’s youth. If we stop believing in our young people, young people will stop believing in themselves.â€

As part of Youth Week, MPs from across the UK are being shadowed today during their constituency visits by young people who have turned their lives around with The Trust. The Trust has also forged an alliance for the first time with 14 other national youth organisations including Action for Children, Barnardo’s, NSPCC and YMCA to highlight the positive difference young people can make.

An army of 200 young ambassadors and a dedicated YouTube channel will promote Britain’s youth, while a host of Premier League stars including Rio Ferdinand and Shaun Wright Phillips will visit Trust projects. The Prince also marked his birthday by meeting a group of unemployed youngsters on a 12-week Prince’s Trust scheme who transformed a centre in New Beckton Park, East London for young parents and children.

Young people on Trust schemes have contributed almost £100 million to their local areas through tens of thousands of community projects across the UK. Find out more...
 
#20
Passed-over_Loggie said:
thought it would be rather nice to wish the Boss's 2IC happy birthday. Personally, I think he's a bloody good Heir and successor.


He waved to me and the lads at Caernarvon 1st July 1969 the septics thought he was so handsome can we take him home they cried!!!
 

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