In Loving Memory of

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HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

The University of Bath has opened a book of condolence marking the loss of His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. A keen supporter of University education, Prince Philip also helped us to mark key moments in our growth as a University community, visiting Bath as part of the Golden Jubilee celebrations in 2002 and in the same year officially opening 9 West, home to our Department of Chemical Engineering.
Owner :Revd Canon Nigel Rawlinson, University Chaplain
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Robert

Rest in Peace Philip. Your service to our country and the Queen both professionally and as a husband has been commendable. You have contributed so much to this country and our society as a whole. Our thoughts are with your family at this sad time. …

Revd Canon Nigel Rawlinson University Chaplain Bath

Liesl

R.I.P. Duke of Edinburgh – with fond memories of taking part in your wonderful scheme. …

Revd Canon Nigel Rawlinson University Chaplain Bath

Steve

RIP Phil, a true advocate for Brexit 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 You are with Big Boi Winston Churchy now <3333 Rest well buster, forever in our hearts   …

Revd Canon Nigel Rawlinson University Chaplain Bath

Nath

God bless you Phil for all you did for bath uni, you were an inspiration and one of the factors of to me choosing to stay in the south and study in this beautiful campus. Yu will be missed by all of us andwe will miss youer cheeky wit and funny comments whitch,, raised …

Revd Canon Nigel Rawlinson University Chaplain Bath

Karen Toogood

Such an amazing man, whose early life was not easy. Putting his wife and her role above his own needs, fully supporting and loving her.  What more can anyone ask.  He was an inspriation, may his memory and ethos live on in all of us.  Rest in Peace. …

Revd Canon Nigel Rawlinson University Chaplain Bath

Massimo

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Revd Canon Nigel Rawlinson University Chaplain Bath

Isaacs

Rest in peace Prince Philip, rest in peace baby cakes  It’s a shame you never got to watch the new James bond, you would have loved to watch it.  Rest in peace  …

Revd Canon Nigel Rawlinson University Chaplain Bath

James

Rip our phil, you are with ar lady di now . xx    you would have loved bath uni, except you probably wouldn’t like the international students, the LGBT community, the poor, Norwood house, sociology students, other minorities, vegetarians, vegans, and more.    other than that u would have loved the lake, and the …

Revd Canon Nigel Rawlinson University Chaplain Bath

Professor Ian White

Here at Bath we join with the rest of the country in mourning the loss of His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. Our thoughts are with his family at this very difficult time, and especially with Her Majesty the Queen and our Chancellor, His Royal Highness The Earl of Wessex Prince Edward, …

Revd Canon Nigel Rawlinson University Chaplain Bath

Lucy Clarkson

Sending sincere condolences and my thoughts and prayers to the whole Royal Family at this time but especially The Queen. A time of great sadness, loss and grief but also celebrating and remembering the absolutely remarkable, inspiring and wonderful man Prince Philip was! I remember being there when The Duke of Edinburgh and the …

Lucy Clarkson

Mrs Jones

His devotion and dedication to his wife of 73 years, The Queen, is inspiring. His fondness for his adopted country, the United Kingdom, is appreciated. His inquisitive mind towards subjects such as nature, science, sport and theology certainly kept him young in body, mind and spirit. His dry wit and humour was rather mischevious. …

Revd Canon Nigel Rawlinson University Chaplain Bath

Kate

Sending best wishes to the Royal Family at the time and thanks for the lifelong dedication of HRH Prince Philip to the people of Britain. …

Revd Canon Nigel Rawlinson University Chaplain Bath

Nigel Rawlinson

With thanks and recognition for all that Prince Philip did, often behind the scenes, to support the Queen and the institution of the Royal family, thereby building a vital strand of continuity for our country, and our international relationships. …

Revd Canon Nigel Rawlinson University Chaplain Bath

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