The Prince of Wales, Prince William, marked his first official visit to Cornwall on November 24, since taking on his new role and title.
He met and interacted with organizations that support the local community and staff working for the Duchy of Cornwall.
Apart from this, William also is visiting the Newquay Orchard, a seven-acre urban greenspace located on Duchy land which provides environmental education, employability training and community events.
The Orchard has flourished and prospered over the last eight years and is now home to a great variety of initiatives which combats social isolation, promotes lifestyles etc.
The royal highness is all set to join volunteers at An Lowarth, Cornish for ‘garden’, where all these volunteers can learn skills, make new friends and improve the physical and mental health.