American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A village of eastern England near the Wash west-northwest of Norwich. Sandringham House, a private royal residence, was purchased in 1861 by Victoria for her son the Prince of Wales, later King Edward VII, and extensively rebuilt in the 1890s.
“The duke would normally have been welcoming guests to Sandringham, which is set in 60 acres of gardens.”
“Her Majesty, it says, will rest at Sandringham, which is one of her residences in the English county of Norfolk, over the next two weeks and will then resume a limited program of engagements until she's made a full recovery.”
“CHRISTMAS PLAY PERFORMED IN 1445 at Middleton Tower, Norfolk, the family seat of Lord Scales, one of the early owners of Sandringham, which is now a residence of the”
“But both she and her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, do take a keen interest in every aspect of the running of Sandringham, which is one of their favourite bolt-holes, and profits from the shop are ploughed back into the running of the estate.”
“Sandringham "Past and Present," 1888, Mrs. Herbert Jones says: -- "Sandringham, which is the centre of a generous hospitality, has not only been in every way raised, benefited, and enriched since it passed into the royal hands, which may be said to have created it afresh, but rests under the happy glow shed over it by the preference of a princess”
“Prince Philip was taken to the specialist heart hospital after suffering chest pains at Sandringham.”
“He had suffered chest pains and was taken by helicopter from Sandringham in Norfolk to the specialist cardiothoracic unit at Papworth hospital in Cambridgeshire on Friday night.”
“She arrived from Sandringham in the royal helicopter, and was driven in a Range Rover to the Cambridgeshire hospital where her husband is recovering.”
“Children greet the Queen with flowers as she leaves the Sunday Service at West Newton Church, Sandringham.”
“The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh will spend the day at Sandringham, the Norfolk mansion where her father, George VI, died in his sleep on 6 February 1952.”
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