HRH Prince Philip Visits Moor Hall
Prince Philip celebrated his own Golden Jubilee in Cookham this week,
as 50 years as Patron of The Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM)
on Monday, July 15th, with a visit to the Institute's headquarters at
Moor Hall for the
several local dignitaries there including Mr Philip Wroughton, Lord
Lieutenant of Berkshire, and Councillor Leo Walters and Mrs Walters,
The Mayor and Mayoress of Windsor and Maidenhead who welcomed The Duke
of Edinburgh to CIM Moor Hall. Tony Prichard, who has just stood down
as Chairman of Cookham Parish Council was introduced to the Prince.
The Prince Philip enjoyed an exhibition on loan from The History of Advertising Trust showing how the image of women has changed significantly in the past 50 years. Staff, CIM officers and guests were present for speeches and an informal tea.
Dianne Thompson highlighted how the marketing profession has changed
beyond recognition over the past 50 years. CIM's International Chairman
Mike Johnston cited the Chartered status and the extension of this to
the individual Chartered Marketer as the key turning point that now
places Marketing alongside the more traditional professions such as