The Prince of Wales has recorded one of his favourite poems by Dylan Thomas to mark National Poetry Day.
It is day four of Prince Charles's trip to Wales. Here is a photographic snapshot of his visit so far.
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall have visited St Asaph, Bodnant, RAF Valley and Aberystwyth on the first day of their tour.
On the fourth day of the royal summer tour of Wales Prince Charles will meet volunteers from InKind Direct, a charity that redistributes surplus goods from manufacturers and retailers to charities across the UK.
The Prince of Wales will visit Swansea Community Farm, to see how InKind help them to save money by providing them with hi-visibility jackets, cleaning products, toiletries, children's books, coloured pencils and footballs.
InKind Direct was founded by HRH The Prince of Wales in 1996, and he is now the President of the charity.
On the third day of the annual summer tour of Wales, Prince Charles met local food producers and residents in Aberaeron, Ceredigion and Tregaron.
In Ceredigion, the Prince of Wales visited Llanrhystud Mill in Felin Ganol, which has recently been restored.
The mill produces organic stoneground flour and is the only working water-powered cornmill with original machinery in Ceredigion.
Meanwhile, the Duchess of Cornwall hosted a tea party on the couples' Llandovery estate for children and staff from the Ty Hafan children's hospice.
It's the third day of the annual summer tour of Wales for the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall
They're set to visit the seaside town of Aberaeron, where they will meet local residents and businesses.
Today the Prince of Wales hosted an event on his estate in Llandovery to promote the use of horses in woodland management. It was the second day of the annual tour of Wales, and Prince Charles met with teams of horseloggers who demonstrated how they maintain the woodland without the use of machines.
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will continue their annual tour of Wales today.
They will be meeting teams of horse loggers and watching woodland management demonstrations on his Llandovery estate.
Prince Charles has been a patron of the British Horse Loggers Association since 2004.