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Prince Charles opened the Alnwick Gardens ten years ago. Tonight was another grand opening, this time for the new "Jamie's Ministry of Food" project in the grounds. It's aimed at helping people learn about food and cooking.
Christine Forsyth of The Ship Inn, Low Newton describes her excitement at meeting Prince Charles and what it means to the local community.
The Prince of Wales was greeted by local people and holidaymakers at the picturesque fishing village of Low Newton. He shook hands with dozens of well wishers before visiting the pub and the microbrewery next door.
The Prince of Wales has been enjoying the historic sights of Northumberland as part of his two-day visit to the county's coast.
Today Prince Charles was shown Holy Island and later went onto Bamburgh. His afternoon then ended in the fishing village of Low Newton by the Sea.
His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales continues his tour of Northumberland today.
Prince Charles will start the day by visiting Lindisfarne Castle on Holy Island, before heading to Bamburgh, Low Newton-by-the-sea, and is finishing his tour at Alnwick.
The trip is the Prince's first visit to the Northumberland coast.
Prince Charles tasted some award-winning puddings - and had a go at making them - during his visit to The Proof of the Pudding at Heckley High House Farm near Alnwick. Susan Green, who started the business in her kitchen in 2001, says the Prince's visit is a great encouragement.
Here's a round-up of Prince Charles' movements as he visited Alnmouth, Warkwork, and Red Row in Northumberland.
Helen Pearson reports.