The newly refurbished Dock Park in Dumfries is being officially opened by the Earl of Wessex.
The park has had a £2 million upgrade and now boasts a new mini golf area, a refurbished play park and new toilet facilities.
Children from local primary schools are awaiting the arrival of the Earl of Wessex, when he will officially open the newly refurbished park.
The bandstand has been the focal point of the park since the 19th century. Over the past few years it had gradually fallen into disrepair, but it has now been restored to its former glory.
The Earl and Countess of Wessex will visit Dumfries to open Dock Park.
Dock Park has recently undergone a £2 million regeneration. The revamp was funded by Dumfries and Galloway Council and the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Prince Edward and his wife Sophie will then visit youth groups and sea-cadets in Dumfries and Galloway.
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If you've been keeping an eye on international affairs you'll know that eight-month-old Prince George has made his first public appearance today down under.
But, closer to home, his grandfather has been on a visit to Cumbria.
Prince Charles has said it's marvellous to be back in the county.
During a day of public engagements he has been to an auction mart near Kendal, a hotel in Penrith and a pub in Caldbeck.
He finished the day with a visit to Workington, and our correspondent Tim Backshall was there.
Prince Charles is in Cumbria, visiting various locations across the county.
He started his tour this morning at an auction mart near Kendal where these people got the chance to meet him.
The Prince of Wales has visited the J36 Rural Action Centre in Crooklands near Milnthorpe in South Cumbria.
Prince Charles met local farmers, apprentices, business owners and the Herdwick Sheep Association.
He also watched an auction of Herdwick ewes.
Prince Charles has arrived in Penrith as part of his tour of Cumbria.
He is there to meet guests at the launch of The Prince's Countryside Fund Tourism Initiative.
Prince Charles is visiting Cumbria today.
His Royal Highness is in the region visiting the numerous charitable organisations he is associated with.
He will begin his tour of the county later this morning at The Prince's Countryside Fund in Milnthorpe.