Prince Charles is visiting Lincolnshire today (March 19th) with a packed programme of engagements lined up.
He's set to visit Louth, Boston and Tattershall. As Patron of The Prince's Countryside Fund, the Prince of Wales has been invited to Louth Livestock Market for the launch of the Farm Resilience Programme.
He's also met staff at Freshtime UK at Riverside Industrial Estate in Marsh Lane in Boston - and heard more about the company's plans for more recyclable and alternative packaging.
Prince Charles, who is also patron of Age UK, will then move on to the charity’s Boston office to meet with volunteers, beneficiaries and other businesses housed in the fully restored Georgian town house.
His day will end with a tour of the National Trust's 15th century Tattershall Castle - built by Lord Ralph Cromwell and saved from demolition 1911.
The Prince is also patron of The Lincolnshire Churches Trust and The Almshouse Association and will then visit The Holy Trinity Church, a 15th Century Church built by Lord Cromwell near Tattershall Castle.