The Lieutenant Governor's Seat - The Parish Church of St John the Baptist, The Royal Chapel - St. John's, Isle of Man
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Mike_bjm
N 54° 12.213 W 004° 38.411
30U E 393016 N 6007411
Quick Description: The wooden hooded Lieutenant Governor's Seat in the chancel of The Royal Chapel.
Location: Isle of Man
Date Posted: 2/7/2021 2:36:50 AM
Waymark Code: WM13R49
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Bear and Ragged
Views: 4

Long Description:
The wooden hooded Tynwald President's Seat in the chancel of The Royal Chapel.

The high-backed seat bears a name plate for the current Lieutenant Governor and a Triskelion. On the padded high back of the seat is a light-coloured wooden shield on which is painted a red and gold Crown trimmed with ermine. Above the seat is an ornate wooden hood which is decorated with gold-leaf.

The name plate currently displays the following:


The seat is on the north side of the chancel and is alongside seats of the other Legislative Council Members and reflects the special character of the Chapel as the 'Tynwald Church'.
Source: 'The Parish Church of St John the Baptist The Royal Chapel - A brief history and guide' (copies of which are available inside the Church).

The Isle of Man is one of three Crown Dependencies and is not part of the United Kingdom. The British Crown's representative on the Island is the Lieutenant Governor.

The Lieutenant Governor presides at meetings of The Court of Tynwald the Island's parliament.
Approximate age of artefact (Year): 1840's

Times available for viewing: Daytime hours

Entrance fee (if applicable), local currency: 0

Relevant website: Not listed

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