The Prince of Wales, patron of Marie Curie Cancer Care, officially opened the Marie Curie Hospice in Solihull earlier today.
He toured the hospice and its gardens, meeting staff and patients. His Royal Highness was joined for the opening by the girl group The Saturdays, who are Marie Curie supporters.
In his role as Colonel-in-Chief of the Mercian Regiment, Prince Charles will today present all four battalions with their new colours at the Sixways Stadium in Worcester.
Colours are presented every twenty five years and it's the first time all four battalions will be on parade at the same time.
The colours represent the battle honours earned by members of the regiment over the last three hundred years.
The four battalions are split up into:
1st Battalion: 1st Battalion takes its heritage from the 22nd (Cheshire) Regiment, and still draws most of its soldiers from Cheshire and the Wirral.
2nd Battalion: 2nd Battalion takes its heritage from the former Worcestershire & Sherwood Foresters Regiment and recruits soldiers from Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Worcestershire.
3rd Battalion: 3rd Battalion was formerly The Staffordshire Regiment and recruits from Staffordshire, the West Midlands and Birmingham.
4th Battalion: 4th Battalion is the Territorial Army (TA) Battalion of The Mercian Regiment. They are currently deployed in Cyprus.
Prince Charles has been in Burslem in Stoke-on-Trent today touring projects he has helped to set up and here's the moment he got to have a go in a go-kart!
Prince Charles isn't very good at Pac-man, according to nine-year-old schoolboy Elliott Hanks.
The Prince of Wales joined Elliott at The Co-Operative Academy in Tunstall this morning for an IT lesson.
Elliott told ITV New Central that 'he showed him the instructions, but he didn't quite get it'.
Prince Charles has been greeted by pupils at The Co-Operative Academy in Stoke-on-Trent, as part of his visit to the city.
The academy moved to its new £23m building in September 2012.
The Prince of Wales is returning to the city to view the progress which is being made by his charities in their efforts to regenerate Stoke-on-Trent.
The Prince of Wales has returned to Stoke-on-Trent to see the progress being made by his charities, in an effort to regenerate the city.
He began his visit in The Co-Operative Academy in Tunstall, where he met graduates, pupils and youth leaders.
Prince Charles has been in the region to visit military patients at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham.
Staff and patients gathered to catch a glimpse of the Prince before he went to the military ward to carry out private visits.
He comes every year just before Christmas, bringing presents for servicemen and women injured in Afghanistan. Hospital staff say his visits help to boost morale.
Prince Charles is at the queen Elizabeth hospital to visit injured servicemen and women. He has brought presents for soldiers.
The Prince of Wales is a regular visitor to the hospital which treats injured service personnel.
HRH visits the hospital twice a year, usually in the summer and at Christmas. Staff say his visits help boost morale for men and women returning from Afghanistan with injuries.
Preparing To Run Your Own Business has been held in towns and cities around the country.
The course covers researching a business idea, planning finances and how to market and sell a product or service. More than 80% of entrepreneurs which the charity supports go on to start their own businesses.