Prince Charles Raises Tea Cup to Samaritans’ 50th

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‘Prince Charles Raises Tea Cup to Samaritans’ 50th’

The Prince of Wales commemorates the Samaritans’ 50th anniversary during a visit to the charity’s Gloucester and District branch. Charles enjoys a cup of tea and a slice of cake and praises the volunteers, telling them they are “an amazing credit to this country”.

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