The Duchess of Cornwall will visit the new outreach centre of a hospice providing vital services to local communities.
Camilla will tour Prospect Hospice's new facility at Savernake Hospital in the Wiltshire market town of Marlborough, which gives care and support to patients, carers and families dealing with terminal illness.
The local community rallied together and raised the target total of £260,000 in under four months and the centre's doors were opened in October last year.
During the visit the Duchess, who is the hospice's president, will meet some of the fundraisers who supported the campaign as well as staff, patients, carers and families who are now using the new facilities.
Camilla will also visit Forest and Sandridge Church of England Primary School, in the nearby town of Melksham to officially open its new building.
Work on the new school began in October 2014 and was completed last September, in time for the start of the new school year.
The Duchess will tour the new facilities, meeting staff and students along the way and her visit will end with Camilla attending a school assembly.
The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall have completed a busy schedule of visits to the county, visiting all parts of the Duchy over the past three days.
The last day of the tour included a visit to Fistral Beach in Newquay.
Here they were shown how the marine litter which regularly washes up on our shores is now being recycled.
The Prince also had a close encounter with two giant creatures from the sea during the visit.
Steve Hardy reports.
It's the final day of the Duke & Duchess of Cornwall's visit to the Duchy and today they're at Fistral Beach, Newquay. They're seeing how local charities are tackling litter on our coastline.
The Duchess of Cornwall stops for a picture with 'Larry the Lobster' and 'Sally the Starfish', who are environmental campaigners from the Marine Conservation Society.
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall are continuing their tour of the Scilly Isles by visiting St Agnes.
Prince Charles and Camilla are currently taking part in their annual summer annual tour to the region.
With the focus of their three day visit on the region's tourism industry.
Prince Charles and Camilla were entertained by pupils from St Agnes school, who performed the famous story of St George slaying the Dragon for them in the sunshine.
They also visited the Island Fair where they were introduced to some local wildlife.
The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall are spending a second day in the county today.
They're focusing on the tourism industry and local communities during this year's visit - stopping in Padstow in North Cornwall yesterday, meeting RNLI volunteers and visiting a restaurant run by celebrity chef Rick Stein. Today the royal couple will be on the Isles of Scilly, stopping by a local island fair on St Mary's.
Glastonbury Festival organiser Michael Eavis has revealed that he has invited The Duchess of Cornwall to next year's event. He was speaking to ITV News after meeting Prince Charles during his visit to Glastonbury Abbey this morning
It is the Duchess of Cornwall's birthday today and she will be spending the day in our region accompanied by Prince Charles. The royal couple will be visiting Lostwithiel to see the restored Duchy Palace. They will be meeting those who were involved in the restoration.
As part of her visit, Camilla will visit Lostwithiel Drill Hall to meet representatives of three charities of which she is patron (Cornwall Air Ambulance, Shelterbox and the Cornwall Community Foundation). This is the Duke and Duchess' third day of their visit to our region.
It's been a mixed bag of weather for the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall this week.
What was billed as their annual summer visit to Cornwall turned out to be more like autumn at times.
Today (Weds) was their last day, and a special one for Camilla, who visited a charity close to her heart...
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