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Prince Charles visits flood-stricken parts of Wales

Friday, the Prince of Wales visited residents and businesses affected by the recent flooding caused by Storm Dennis. Travelling to the city of Pontypridd in Wales, the Prince saw flood damage along Taff Street, prompting a visit into Prince’s Cafe and a boutique clothing shop. One notable moment of the visit was when Charles spoke with cafe owner Joe Gambarini, whose business is under…
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Prince of Wales tours Emma Willis factory

On Monday, the Prince of Wales visited shirt maker Emma Willis and her factory in Gloucestershire. The 71-year-old was given a tour of the factory floor and the cutting room. Willis set up the business in 1989. With a shop on London’s Jermyn Street, Willis is nearby to the Prince’s London residence, Clarence House. “I was approached by one of his dressers about six years…
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A true lone worker honoured by the Prince of Wales at the latest Buckingham Palace investiture

Police work takes a special type of person, but a Scottish special constable has been recognised by The Queen for going above and beyond as the only full-time police presence on the Isle of Jura. Special Constable Donald Ewen Darroch, who combines policing duties with a day job as an estate manager, was one of the everyday heroes recognised during the investiture ceremony held at Buckingham…
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Prince Charles and Camilla delight crowds in Leicester

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall brought hail and snow with them to Leicester on Tuesday as they conducted a number of engagements in the city. Their first engagement of the day was in nearby Loughborough, where they were joined by the Duke & Duchess of Cambridge for a rare joint engagement. Their Royal Highnesses visited the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre where…
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