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Charles and Camilla come to Cornwall

Camilla and Charles are making their annual visit to Cornwall Credit: ITV News West Country

The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall are starting a three day visit to the West Country. We've been looking at the preparations.

The signing choir of Porthleven Community Primary School Credit: ITV News West Country

The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall are starting a three day visit to the West Country. We've been looking at the preparations.

Prince Charles and Camilla's first port of call is Porthleven. The signing choir from Porthleven Community Primary School will be performing for them at the harbour and have been practising hard.

New headquarters, same boxes for Shelterbox Credit: ITV News West Country

Also preparing for the Royal visit tomorrow is the Cornish disaster relief charity Shelterbox. The Duchess, who is the charity's president, will visit its new headquarters in Truro. It houses a visitors' centre which includes displays of its aid work around the world.

Camilla must be looking forward to visiting the tasting parlour at Caterlink. Credit: ITV News West Country

And there's also a sweet stop for the Duchess - the Bodmin firm of Caterlink. It specialises in making cones, toppings, decorations and accessories for the ice cream industry.

It makes more than hundreds and thousands - turning over £30m a year. It's part of a nationwide group which has 300 employees.

Prince Charles and Camilla's engagements for Day 1 of their annual visit to the West Country

  • Duke and Duchess to visit Porthleven to meet local food producers and businesses
  • Duke and Duchess to visit "Great Cornish Food" in Truro which sells and promotes local food
  • Duke to meet staff and patients at The Cove Macmillan Support Centre in Truro
  • Duchess to visit the new Truro headquarters of aid charity Shelterbox
  • Duchess to visit Caterlink, a Bodmin business specialising in ice cream cones, toppings, decorations and accessories.
  • Watch our Cornwall Correspondent Steve Hardy's report on the preparations for the royal visitors