Monarch refers to impact of Heathrow flight path on Frogmore House, on 70th anniversary of Gardeners’ Question Time

In Queen Victoria’s day, the garden at Frogmore House in Windsor was a tranquil haven. It is less so for the present-day queen, it would seem.

In a special message for the 70th anniversary of Gardeners’ Question Time, Queen Elizabeth referred to the impact of the Heathrow flight path on the historic retreat, first made popular by Queen Charlotte, consort of George III, in the 1700s.

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