Prince Charles and Camilla start a three-day of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly today.
The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall will this morning formally open Heartlands in Pool near Redruth.
The 35 million pound community-led project, unveiled in April, has transformed a derelict tin mine in one of the poorest parts of the county.
The team behind Cornwall's newest multi-million pound attraction say they've been overwhelmed by the public's response since it opened. The Heartlands Project forms a key part of the regeneration of the former mining area around Camborne, Pool and Redruth. Julie Skentelbery reports.
Hundreds of people have turned out for the opening of a £35 million attraction in one of Cornwall's poorest areas. The Big Lottery Funded project has been designed to give people a village centre they can be proud of.
Kathy Wardle reports on how school children, musicians and local residents took part in a procession to launch 'Heartlands' in Pool near Redruth.
Malcolm Moyle from the Heartlands Trust talks to us about the importance of the new parkland project that opened today
A new 35 million pound community project opens in West Cornwall today. The Heartlands project has turned disused mining land into a heritage themed community space. It'll offer artists workshops a play area, performace spaces and a cafe.
Kathy Wardle reports on a thirty five million pound project to transform one of the most rundown areas of the region is almost complete. It's called Heartlands - mid way between Camborne and Redruth in West Cornwall - and will see the creation of a so-called 'cultural playground'.