Prince and Duchess to pay city a visit
PRINCE Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall will visit Swansea next month.
Clarence House has announced details of the royal couple's annual visit to Wales, which will take in Swansea Community Farm in Cadle on July 12.
The same day will also see the pair officially open the new Llanelli Prince's Trust Office in Llangennech, as well as tour the Felinfoel Brewery, and visit the National Botanic Garden of Wales in Carmarthenshire, of which he is patron, and where he will deliver a keynote speech to food producers at a sustainable food seminar.
Clarence House said the theme of the tour was promoting Welsh food and local sourcing.
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A spokesman added: "Both The Prince and Duchess are keen to support Welsh food and Welsh family-run firms.
"In these difficult economic times, they are determined to do all they can to support local businesses and highlight the very high quality of Welsh produce."
The couple are touring the country for three days, visiting north and south, and during the week, will stay at their Welsh home, Llwynywermod near Llandovery in Carmarthenshire, where they will host a reception for local residents and where the Duchess will give a tea party for the children and staff of the Ty Hafan hospice in Cardiff.
The Prince will also privately visit a local abattoir and an organic farm.
Other notable engagements include a visit to RAF Valley in Anglesey, where Prince Williams, the Duke of Cambridge, will show his father around the station to which he is posted as a search and rescue pilot.
In Aberystwyth, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will talk to residents affected by the recent flooding in Ceredigion and meet members of the emergency services involved in the rescue operation.
For an itinerary visit www. princeofwales.gov.uk/diary