Playmobil Malta receives royal British guests

Published on: 22nd November 2012

On Tuesday, 20th of November, Prince Edward and the Countess of Wessex visited the Playmobil factory in Hal Far.

This week, Playmobil Malta has played host to two special visitors. On Tuesday, Prince Edward and the Countess of Wessex visited the Playmobil factory in Hal Far to meet young adults who graduated from the Inspire Foundation for Inclusion Adult Training and Employment Centre. They were accompanied on their factory visit by the British High Commissioner in Malta, Rob Luke and his wife Louise. This was one of the Prince’s official engagements before opening the 11th International Award Forum in his capacity as Chairman of the Duke of Edinburgh Award’s International Council. The formal announcement was made in Wednesday’s Court Circular, with coverage included in the Times, Telegraph and Scotsman.

Over the years, Playmobil has received many important guests. This year alone, it has enjoyed visits from EU commissioner, Mr. John Dalli and German politician, Horst Seehofer, who was given a specially-made Playmobil figure of German chancellor, Angela Merkel.


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