Prince of Wales continues his summer tour

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall have spent the fourth day of their summer tour visiting the mining memorial in Senghenydd.

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Queen arrives for visit at Narbeth horse hospital

Queen Elizabeth with horse Teaforthree at Cotts Farm. Credit: PA

The Queen has begun her two day visit to Wales at Narbeth in Pembrokeshire.

HRH stopped at Cotts Farm Equine Hospital - a purpose-built facility offering veterinary horse care.

The Queen waves to the crowd as she leaves Cotts Farm in Narbeth. Credit: PA
The Queen looks at a plaque on a wall during the visit to the equine hospital. Credit: PA


The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh begin Wales tour

The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh
The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh will begin a two-day tour of Wales today Credit: PA

The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh begin a two-day tour of Wales today.

Nearly 60 years after her first visit to Wales, the Queen will return to Pembroke Dock to visit the new heritage centre and to unveil a 200-year timeline memorial wall.

The Royal couple will also visit Welsh spring water company Princes Gate and tour Picton Castle.

Queen and Duke of Edinburgh Wales visit announced

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The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh will visit South Wales next week Credit: PA

The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh will visit South Wales next week, it has been announced.

They will spend two days in Pembrokeshire, Vale of Glamorgan and Caerphilly county on 29 and 30 April.

The couple will visit Prince's Gate Spring Water, in Narberth, Picton Castle, Haverfordwest, and Royal Dockyard Chapel, in Pembroke Dock.

On Wednesday they will visit Ystrad Mynach and Llantwit Major.

Prince Edward arrives for Abertillery visit

Prince Edward is visiting Abertillery to see the regeneration of St Michael's Church - which forms part of a £10m improvement project in the town.


With children from Queen Street school happy to give a welsh welcome



Welsh commanding officer welcomes public on board Royal Navy warship

Andrew Block, HMS Kent's Commanding Officer, Credit: Royal Navy

A South Wales Royal Navy commanding officer has brought his own ship to Cardiff for a visit.

A 133-metre long warship is at Brittania Quay in Cardiff until Sunday.

Andrew Block from Crickhowell will welcome invited guest aboard all weekend and today the public will have their chance to have a look around.

the warship is docked at Brittania Quay Credit: Royal Navy

Prince Charles turns down Merthyr request for selfie


One lady in Merthyr asked Prince Charles for a "selfie" with her but he said it would ruin her reputation!


The Prince's visit has seen him visit some of Wales' most historic buildings and meet people from communities in Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and Merthyr Tydfil.

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