Lord Lieutenant

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前記事よりのつづきです。

そして
「今年は、市内で王ヘンリー3世の戴冠式の第八百周年であることは、ロンドンを除いて、他の都市が持っていると主張することはできません。

イングランドの君主の戴冠式 – ヘイスティングスの戦い以来つづいています。
「たぶん、我々は良い例があります」
運動を提唱グロスター市議会のリーダーポール・ジェームズは、それは「彼らが何を考えて公共を求める権利」と述べました。
「懺悔はグロスターは王室であったことを言って王エドガーに、[1085年]、ここで彼のクリスマスの裁判所を保持しているエドワードに、グロスター大聖堂に埋葬されたヘンリー3世の戴冠式からエドワードIIに、何世紀にもわたって戻って多くの王室の接続があります。 964の都市。
「私たちは前にバッジを持っていたし、それに対するサポートの高まりがあるかどうか、我々は再びそれを持つことができます。
「私はそれが議論の価値があると思います。最終的には、グロスターの人々は、我々が「ロイヤルグロスター」のタイトルのために適用することを決定したかどうかの決定を行います。 ”
郡の女王の代表であるグロスターシャー州の主中尉、ノートルダムジャネット・トロッターは、彼女が指定を歓迎すると述べたが、キャンペーンが成功するとは思いませんでした。
あなたは歴史的に見ると、「場所は王室になる理由は非常に特別な理由があります。
「そこ王室の指定があるだろう、なぜ非常に説得力のある理由で

私は場合は、[グロスターのために]何であるか全くわからないです。
それは過去からの経験についてだけだった場合、おそらくレスターは[王室の指定を適用]だろう、

と我々は拘っているからなのかもしれません。

Jason Smith, from “Marketing Gloucester” which is leading the bid, said the city was in “a unique position” to apply for royal status.

“This year is the 800th anniversary of King Henry III’s coronation in the city. That’s something that no other city except London can claim to have – the coronation of a monarch of England – since the Battle of Hastings.

“Maybe we do have a good case.”

 

Gloucester City Council leader Paul James, who put forward the motion, said it was “right to ask the public what they think”.

“There are many royal connections going back over the centuries, from the coronation of Henry III to Edward II being buried at Gloucester Cathedral, to Edward the Confessor holding his Christmas court here [in 1085], to King Edgar saying that Gloucester was the royal city in 964.

“We’ve had the badge before and we could have it again if there’s a groundswell of support for it.

Gloucester Docks

「我々が今日やっている何かにリンク説得力のある理由があるはずです。」
ソーシャルメディア上のアイデアへの反応が変化してきました。

トムBubbは上に掲載BBCラジオグロスターシャー州のFacebookページ :

「彼らがダウンして全体の市内中心部をノックして、それを再構築しない限りグロスターは

王室の近くに方法はありません。」
ベヴイシャウッドは、アイデアに賛成です。

彼女は言った: “全体としての郡が接続で王族の多くに家であり、将来の王がここに住んでいます。」
スティーブンカリスは言った: “私は実際に達成する都市名の王室の石膏を貼り付けるかを見ることができない都市として、グロスターは失望のビットがある – それはいつも汚いとためuncared見えます。
「私はほとんどの場所は真剣にクリーンアップされていない限り、ロイヤルシティという名前にすることを求めなければ恥ずかしい思います。」
ジェフリー・スミスは言った: “グロスターのパーツは王室にはふさわしくありません市内のいくつかの部分がダンプされています。」
アリソンマーフィーは、それは良いアイデアだと思いました。 彼女は言った: “我々はここに住んでいる多くの王族を持って、私たちは大聖堂の王戴冠事件を持っPlusは、私たちは徹底的にまともな街です。”
エイドリアン・ミッチェルは言った: “名前を変更すると、彼らが実際に訪問したときの失望の観光客が経験する停止しません。”
請願が起動し、それが十分な人気を得ていた場合、政府は女王にケースを作るように頼まれることになります。

 

Image captionSome parts of Gloucester, including the city’s docks, have been revamped in recent years

“I think it is worthy of debate. Ultimately, the people of Gloucester will make the decision on whether we decide to apply for the title of ‘Royal Gloucester’.”

The Lord Lieutenant of Gloucestershire, Dame Janet Trotter, who is the Queen’s representative in the county, said she would welcome the designation, but did not think the campaign would succeed.

“If you look historically there are very particular reasons why places become royal.

“There’s got to be a very compelling reason why there would be a royal designation, and I’m not quite sure what the case is [for Gloucester].

“If it was just about bones from the past, probably Leicester would have [applied for royal designation], and we might have got there before now.

“There’s got to be a compelling reason that links it to something that we’re doing today.”

Image captionSome parts of the city have been described as “a dump” and “not fit to be royal”

Reaction to the idea on social media has been varied. Tom Bubb posted on BBC Radio Gloucestershire’s Facebook page: “Gloucester is no way near royal. Unless they knock the whole city centre down and rebuild it.”

Bev Isherwood is in favour of the idea. She said: “The county as a whole is home to a lot of royals with connections and the future king lives here.”

Stephen Cullis said: “I can’t see what sticking a royal plaster on the city name will actually achieve. As a city, Gloucester is a bit of a disappointment – it always looks so grubby and uncared for.

“I’d almost feel embarrassed to be asking for it to be named a royal city unless the place is seriously cleaned up.”

Jeffery Smith said: “Parts of Gloucester are not fit to be royal. Some parts of the city are a dump.”

Alison Murphy thought it was good idea. She said: “We have many royals living here and we have the cathedral king crowning incident. Plus, we are a thoroughly decent city.”

Adrian Mitchell said: “Changing the name won’t stop the disappointment tourists will experience when they actually visit.”

If a petition was launched and it gained enough popularity, the government would be asked to make the case to the Queen.
Empty shops in Gloucester
Image caption
Gloucester city centre is “not fit to be royal” according to some opponents of the campaign
Jason Smith, from “Marketing Gloucester” which is leading the bid, said the city was in “a unique position” to apply for royal status.
“This year is the 800th anniversary of King Henry III’s coronation in the city. That’s something that no other city except London can claim to have – the coronation of a monarch of England – since the Battle of Hastings.
“Maybe we do have a good case.”
Gloucester City Council leader Paul James, who put forward the motion, said it was “right to ask the public what they think”.
“There are many royal connections going back over the centuries, from the coronation of Henry III to Edward II being buried at Gloucester Cathedral, to Edward the Confessor holding his Christmas court here [in 1085], to King Edgar saying that Gloucester was the royal city in 964.
“We’ve had the badge before and we could have it again if there’s a groundswell of support for it.
Gloucester Docks
Image caption
Some parts of Gloucester, including the city’s docks, have been revamped in recent years
“I think it is worthy of debate. Ultimately, the people of Gloucester will make the decision on whether we decide to apply for the title of ‘Royal Gloucester’.”
The Lord Lieutenant of Gloucestershire, Dame Janet Trotter, who is the Queen’s representative in the county, said she would welcome the designation, but did not think the campaign would succeed.
“If you look historically there are very particular reasons why places become royal.
“There’s got to be a very compelling reason why there would be a royal designation, and I’m not quite sure what the case is [for Gloucester].
“If it was just about bones from the past, probably Leicester would have [applied for royal designation], and we might have got there before now.
“There’s got to be a compelling reason that links it to something that we’re doing today.”
Derelict part of Gloucester
Image caption
Some parts of the city have been described as “a dump” and “not fit to be royal”
Reaction to the idea on social media has been varied. Tom Bubb posted on BBC Radio Gloucestershire’s Facebook page: “Gloucester is no way near royal. Unless they knock the whole city centre down and rebuild it.”
Bev Isherwood is in favour of the idea. She said: “The county as a whole is home to a lot of royals with connections and the future king lives here.”
Stephen Cullis said: “I can’t see what sticking a royal plaster on the city name will actually achieve. As a city, Gloucester is a bit of a disappointment – it always looks so grubby and uncared for.
“I’d almost feel embarrassed to be asking for it to be named a royal city unless the place is seriously cleaned up.”
Jeffery Smith said: “Parts of Gloucester are not fit to be royal. Some parts of the city are a dump.”
Alison Murphy thought it was good idea. She said: “We have many royals living here and we have the cathedral king crowning incident. Plus, we are a thoroughly decent city.”
Adrian Mitchell said: “Changing the name won’t stop the disappointment tourists will experience when they actually visit.”
If a petition was launched and it gained enough popularity, the government would be asked to make the case to the Queen.

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