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20 photographs of the Queen’s North Wales visits as the decades progressed

Queen Elizabeth II greets the crowd as she goes walkabout in Wrexham on May 21, 1976 (Image: Photo by Wright/Mirrorpix/Getty Images)

Queen Elizabeth II greets the crowd as she goes walkabout in Wrexham on May 21, 1976 (Image: Photo by Wright/Mirrorpix/Getty Images)

Sovereign Elizabeth II has been on the privileged position for a long time – and this end of the week will check her Platinum Jubilee.

All through her rule she has traversed the UK and Commonwealth – and has visited numerous North Wales.

From officially contributing her child Prince Charles at Caernarfon Castle to opening the new Dee Bridge, we’ve rediscovered these pictures of Her Majesty visiting North Wales all through her rule to check the celebration festivities.

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Visiting Flint, Mold, Beaumaris and the sky is the limit from there – you might detect somebody you know in these nostalgic photos.

Here, we investigate only a portion of the visits The Queen has paid to North Wales.

For delightful, notable pictures from the past view memorylane.co.uk/and see what you can find

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