The Duchess of Cambridge is to open a new charity shop for the East Anglia Children's Hospices (EACH) in Norfolk on Friday 18 March.
The Duchess, who is Royal Patron of the charity, will perform the opening ceremony by cutting a ribbon with the help of two families receiving care and support from EACH.
The Duchess of Cambridge, who lived at nearby Amner Hall on the Sandringham estate will a tour of the shop, which will be the 21st charity shop to open for EACH.
She will meet a number of staff, families and supporters, including seven EACH shop volunteers with a combined service of more than 130 years.
East Anglian Children's Hospices relies on voluntary donations for the majority of its income and this year alone need to raise £2.5 million from their retail activities and a further £5 million from fundraising.
More than 700 children, young people and family members are currently receiving care and support from EACH which has hospices in Milton near Cambridge, at Quidenham in Norfolk and at The Treehouse in Ipswich.