Prince Harry will visit Inspire Suffolk, where he will meet young people taking part in football and rugby coaching sessions, as well as those undertaking The Prince’s Trust Team Programme. Harry will unveil a plaque during his visit.
Inspire Suffolk is a locally based group which uses education and sport to make a difference in those who live in Suffolk. They everyone from children to adults the chance to take part in sport, health improvement and education activities most may not otherwise have access to.
On the second engagement of the day, Prince Harry will attend the Suffolk Show, where he will visit the Farm Discovery Zone, meet Suffolk Young Farmers, view cattle, and watch a parade of Royal British Legion Standards.
The Suffolk Agricultural Association (SAA) is a registered charity that promotes agriculture and rural related industries through a year-long diary of educational and social events.
The Suffolk Show is the highpoint of its year and includes more than 350 volunteer stewards. The annual show, held on May 28 and 29 at Trinity Park, is the county’s biggest two day pop-up family event.
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