A 'Final farewell' for the late Princess Shirley will be held in Nain over
the full day of Saturday November 23rd 2013.
All are invited to attend and join with HRH Prince Leonard and members of
the Royal Family in the 'Celebration of Life' activities planned for this
As part of the day, a special ceremony will be held during which the
Chapel of Nain will be dedicated to HRH Princess Shirley, a favourite
place to Princess Shirley. The ceremony will include the unveiling of a
stone monument to Princess Shirley which will be located to the left of
the entry door and the opening of a room in the chapel dedicated to the
history and life of HRH Princess Shirley. A room which will see many
photo's and information about her life on display for all to see and read.
The dedication ceremony will commence at 2pm November 23rd in
the Chapel of Nain.
The day will also see the release of a new book “Celebration of Life” by
HRH Prince Leonard. This book details much of the life of Princess Shirley
and her family and includes the wording of the 'Ceremony of Remembrance
and Eulogy' that was given at her funeral service on July 12th
Included in this book will also be found Prince Leonard's latest science
paper ‘Gods Particle 10989’, which he has dedicated to Princess Shirley.
He has also included a science paper which he wrote in the 1960's, which
was one of the many papers that HRH Princess Shirley saved from a bonfire
into which Prince Leonard had thrown his writings out of frustration
at the time. It is one of the very many that Princess Shirley had raced
around saving without Prince Leonard's knowledge, in order that they
indeed were not lost, she succeeded in saving many at that time. The paper
also provides Prince Leonard's evaluation of the velocity of gravity as
well as a few other scientific resolvements. Whilst this book does contain
the science paper dedicated to HRH Princess Shirley, much of the book is
about HRH Princess Shirley herself and is a wonderful salute to her.
All will be invited to visit a new display in the tearooms, where you may
view a display made up of many of the Taiwanese paintings, statues, vases
and scrolls which were presented to HRH Prince Leonard by the people of
Taiwan & his former Ambassador to Taiwan the late Sir Martin Louey. The
collection displayed also includes some very special Taiwanese dresses
that the late Sir Martin Louey presented to HRH Princess Shirley, who
thought they were too special for her to wear.
This is a very special day to be put aside to remember
We invite you all, to join with Prince Leonard and the Royal family for this
A 'CELEBRATION OF LIFE' to remember the late HRH Princess Shirley Joy
Please come and join us, Saturday, November 23rd 2013 here
in the Principality of Hutt River.
As HRH Princess Shirley would undoubtedly like to show her appreciation to
those joining us for this occasion, a Red Cross of Hutt badge & a small card
will be presented to everyone who attends, as a a token of remembrance.
Princess Shirley was the chair of the Red Cross of Hutt which is the primary
charitable arm of the Principality. The care of others was always on
Princess Shirley's mind.
Bring your own lunch and picnic in the Principality or purchase
lunch whilst here with lovely home-made pork stir fry & rice in various
flavours available to purchase on the day, or maybe a baked potato in it's
jacket served with butter and/or sour cream.
A service provided by Northampton FESA Cadet Corps as a fund raiser.
Following the Ceremony of Dedication in the Chapel of Nain, an afternoon tea
will be available at no charge.
We look forward to seeing all
here in Nain on Saturday November 23rd 2013.