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Arriving at the Old School the Lord Lieutenant presented the Chairman of West Lindsey District Council, Cllr. Mrs. Irmgard Parrott and Mr. Len Parrott, the Chairman's Consort, the Police & Crime Commissioner Alan Hardwick, the Chief Constable Neil Rhodes and the Chairman of the Parish Council, Cllr. Terry Williams and Mrs. Kathleen Williams, the Chairman's consort.
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- Mrs. Pat Gregory - Founder Member of Nettleham Heritage Association
- Mr. Chris Williams - Chairman, Nettleham Woodland Trust
- Mr. David Gibbons - Headteacher, Nettleham Junior School
- Mr. Nigel Kingston - Editor of Nettleham News; and
- Miss Chrissie Clayton - Orchard Specialist
A number of individuals from support organisations who have provided assistance to the project were also presented, they included:
- Ms Liz Bates - Director of Heritage Lincolnshire
- Mr. David Start - Director (Retired) of Heritage Lincolnshire
- Ms Mary Hurst - WREN
- Mr. Barry Billingham - Cory Trust
Also in attendance were:
- West Lindsey District and Parish Councillor Giles McNeill
- Parish Councillor Mrs. Janice Clayton, Vice Chairman of Nettleham Parish Council
- Parish Councillor John Hill
- Parish Councillor Joe Siddall
- Parish Councillor Mrs. Susan Harland
- Parish Councillor Allan Bonney
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At a quarter past eleven the Duke formally cut a ribbon on the ceremonial gateway into the main field of the Bishop's Palace Site and officially opened the site. Cllr. Williams proposed a vote of thanks.
The tour continued into the Bishop's Palace Site into the schedule Ancient Monument with an explanation of the visible archaeological features.
Around half past eleven the Royal Party departed the village from in front of the White Hart public house and Methodist chapel for their next engagement.