We are deeply saddened to hear the news of the death of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. His Royal Highness visited Marshall on many occasions over the years including, in 2009 with Her Majesty for our Centenary and in 2016 for the opening of the new East Anglian Air Ambulance building.
We all mourn the loss of a great hero and send our best wishes to Her Majesty and The Royal Family.
We have captured a few of the visits to Marshall from HRH The Prince Philip with a collection of photographs below:
5th June 1964
HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh came to Marshall following a visit to Churchill College and went on to have a tour of the hangars around our Cambridge site.
Pictured here from L-R are Sir Arthur Marshall, HRH The Prince Philip, Sir Michael Marshall and John Huntridge.
1st July 2002
HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh visited Marshall Group. HRH visited Marshall Aerospace, Marshall SV and the Motor Group's franchise site and also officially opened the new Aircraft Support Centre.
Pictured here is HRH The Prince Philip with Sir Michael Marshall for the planting of a tree to commemorate the Royal visit.
19th November 2009
Her Majesty the Queen, accompanied by HRH The Prince Philip, made a visit during our centenary year. They met a number of employees and saw a range of activities before signing our Visitors Book. Her Majesty was presented with a 'cold chisel' the hallmark of apprenticeship training.