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Royal Naval College, Greenwich

Volume 892: debated on Tuesday 13 May 1975

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asked the Secretary of State for Defence whether he has any plans to increase facilities to enable the public to enjoy the buildings of the Royal Naval College at Greenwich.

The Royal Naval College, Greenwich, is of course a naval training establishment and its buildings are primarily used for this purpose. This inevitably means that there are limits to the extent to which the public can be allowed access. Arrangements are, nevertheless, made to open the Painted Hall and the Chapel to the public for set periods during the week. If my hon. Friend has any specific proposals to put to me I should, of course, be pleased to consider them.