Balmoral Castle

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Noun1.Balmoral Castle - a castle in northeastern Scotland that is a private residence of the British sovereignBalmoral Castle - a castle in northeastern Scotland that is a private residence of the British sovereign
Scotland - one of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland; located on the northern part of the island of Great Britain; famous for bagpipes and plaids and kilts
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NATIONAL park chiefs are to scrutinise plans to build a hydroelectric scheme on the Queen's Balmoral estate.
Balmoral Estate factor Richard Gledson said: "We're delighted to be working with Walking with the Wounded on what will be an exciting new event helping to raise funds to support our wounded servicemen and women.
The Braemar Gathering is held a short distance from the Royals' summer retreat on the Balmoral estate and attracts the biggest crowds of the Highland games season.
Perhaps by that time the blue bits on the union flag will have been removed, there will be border guards at Carlisle and tenement blocks on the Balmoral Estate.
Her Majesty will mark the momentous milestone with the giveaway at her Balmoral Estate on April 21.
A BUSINESS that supplies the Queen's Balmoral estate with trailers made in North Wales has been awarded a Royal Warrant.
The Prince and Duchess will spend their 10th wedding anniversary privately at Birkhall - their favourite retreat on the Balmoral estate in Scotland where they honeymooned and spent their first anniversary.
The 24-year-old 4x4, which took the Queen and family on shoots and picnics on the Balmoral estate, sold for nearly PS12,000.
Yesterday Philip accompanied the Queen to Crathie Kirk in Royal Deeside, Aberdeenshire, which is close to the private Balmoral estate where they have been staying.
Around 3,000 guests from Aberdeenshire had been invited to share tea on the lawn at the Balmoral Estate with Her Majesty, the Duke of Edinburgh and the Earl and Countess of Wessex.
They come from the Balmoral Estate and include a Royal Oak - with volunteers hoping it will make the area more colourful.
It is part of the Queen's Balmoral estate and Prince Charles inherited it from the Queen Mother, the Daily express reported.