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A PEER who once dined with the Queen in a suit bought at Afflecks Palace is one of thousands of people who have signed a petition to save the city centre landmark. Lord Alderley, JamesHadfield-Hyde, said:
BROADMOOR owes its existence to JamesHadfield, a young soldier who lost his mind fighting in the French Revolutionary Wars and tried to shoot King George III at the Theatre Royal in London’s Drury Lane.
The farmers’ market in Alderley Edge has been asked to remove links to The Christie from its signs after the Lord of Alderley stepped in. JamesHadfield-Hyde owns a Royal Charter which means any market within 6.75 miles of the manor of Alderley must have his permission.
JamesHyde: HYDEJames Ralph Woollard MBE Dearly loved by his late wife Rosa, and held in great affection by his stepchildren Elisabeth and Michael and their families. Died at the Old Rectory Care Home, Harbledown, Canterbury on Friday, December 02 2011. The funeral and thanksgiving service will be in Canterbury Cathedral on Monday, December 19 2011 at 2.30pm. No flowers but donations to Canterbury Cathedral c/o C W Lyons, 70 Military Road, Canterbury. CT1 1ND tel 01227 463508.