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A warm Devon welcome for Charles and Camilla - complete with pies and pasties

The Prince of Wales during a visit to meet children from Cheriton Bishop Primary School. Photo: Ben Birchall/PA

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall are in the South West today as part of their annual summer visit to the West Country.

The Prince of Wales looks at a posy of flowers at the Young Farmers Clubs in Cheriton Bishop. Credit: Ben Birchall/PA

Charles visited the Devon Federation of Young Farmers Club’s new building in Cheriton Bishop.

The Prince of Wales observes the process of handcrafted butter. Credit: Ben Birchall/PA
Cheerleaders from the Tarka young farmers perform for their royal visitor. Credit: Ben Birchall/PA

Prince Charles and Camilla also visited Pannier Market in Barnstaple where they met stall holders and members the local community.

The Prince of Wales looks at a flower stall during a visit to Pannier Market in Barnstaple Credit: Matt Cardy/PA

The pannier market in Barnstaple has been drawing a crowd of shoppers and traders for more than 160 years and it was crammed full today for the Royal visit.

Prince Charles taking a look at some of the produce on offer. Credit: ITV News

He kept looking at the pies and he said 'They do look nice', and so I said 'Would you like one?'

'Oh lovely', he said

– Greta Greenslade, stall holder

The visited comes as the Duchess of Cornwall celebrates her 70th birthday this week.

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