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Ladies Day at Cheltenham Festival

Duchess of Cornwall will attend the second day of The Festival at Cheltenham Credit: PA: Anwar Hussein

The Duchess of Cornwall will be at Cheltenham races today.

Her Royal Highness will present the trophy to the winning owner, jockey and trainer of the Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase, the feature race of Ladies day.

I am delighted that The Duchess of Cornwall will again be attending this year's Festival on Ladies Day.

Last year, she presented the prize to the Preston family whose horse, Sire De Grugy, won the race. Sire De Grugy was trained by Gary Moore and ridden by his son Jamie.

The scenes in the Winner's Enclosure after Sire De Grugy won the Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase were some of the best of the week and this year's race is shaping up to be as competitive as ever.

– Robert Waley-Cohen, Chairman of Cheltenham Racecourse

Royal visit for Wiltshire glove makers

The Duchess of Cornwall will be in Wiltshire today.

She will visit British glove makers Dent's Fine Accessories in Warminster where she will have a tour of the factory and museum - before presenting long service awards to members of staff.

Dents has been operating for 238 years.

Dent's Fine Accessories opened in 1777

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Duchess of Cornwall to open Westonbirt visitor centre

The Duchess of Cornwall during the first day of Royal Ascot Credit: Doug Peters/Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment

The Duchess of Cornwall is due in Gloucestershire this morning to open a new visitor centre at Westonbirt Arboretum.

The Welcome Building cost one point four million pounds and is provides a new gateway to the famous woodlands. This afternoon Camilla will visit Trowbridge to re-open Wiltshire's refurbished County Hall.

Duchess of Cornwall to visit Westonbirt

The Duchess of Cornwall at Royal Ascot last week Credit: Steve Parsons/PA Wire

The Duchess of Cornwall is due in Gloucestershire this morning to open a new visitor centre at Westonbirt Arboretum. The Welcome Building cost £1.4m and is provides a new gateway to the famous woodlands.

This afternoon Camilla will visit Trowbridge to re-open Wiltshire's refurbished County Hall.

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