Lord Heseltine is due in Cornwall to look at economic regeneration in action. The former deputy Prime Minister is visiting Pendennis Shipyard in Falmouth which is undergoing a £24 million expansion.
He'll meet apprentices and talk to business leaders. Then he's off to Falmouth University, and finally Truro College where he'll deliver a lunchtime speech.
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