The Duke of Rothesay, as he is known in Scotland, will be in Hawick, St Boswells and Melrose.Read the full story ›
Known as the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay when in Scotland, the pair will visit the coastal village of Garlieston in Wigtownshire.Read the full story ›
The Prince of Wales has praised the Lake District after unveiling a plaque declaring the area a World Heritage Site.Read the full story ›
The Prince of Wales will visit the Westmorland County Show for the first time on Thursday 14 September. His Royal Highness will get to see Cumbria livestock, food and crafts as well as meeting staff and visitors.
The Westmorland County Show is one of the oldest agricultural shows in the country, attracting 30,000 visitors each year. It will take place at Lane Farm in Milnthorpe, Cumbria.
The Prince of Wales is touring a number of locations in Cumbria on Monday and Tuesday, including areas affected by the 2015 floods.Read the full story ›
Take a look at our gallery of Prince Charles' visit to CumbriaRead the full story ›
If you've been keeping an eye on international affairs you'll know that eight-month-old Prince George has made his first public appearance today down under.
But, closer to home, his grandfather has been on a visit to Cumbria.
Prince Charles has said it's marvellous to be back in the county.
During a day of public engagements he has been to an auction mart near Kendal, a hotel in Penrith and a pub in Caldbeck.
He finished the day with a visit to Workington, and our correspondent Tim Backshall was there.
Prince Charles is in Cumbria, visiting various locations across the county.
He started his tour this morning at an auction mart near Kendal where these people got the chance to meet him.
The Prince of Wales has visited the J36 Rural Action Centre in Crooklands near Milnthorpe in South Cumbria.
Prince Charles met local farmers, apprentices, business owners and the Herdwick Sheep Association.
He also watched an auction of Herdwick ewes.