Britain's Duchess of Cornwall will enjoy a day out at The Mead Community Primary School's Big Lunch event in Trowbridge on Sunday (02.06.13).
As celebration of her mother-in-law Queen Elizabeth's 60 years on the throne, Camilla tour the education facility in Wiltshire, South West England, for their Big Community Grow project.
Guests at the event are requested to bring a plate of food to share with other visitors during the Coronation activities and Camilla's presence has resulted in the event reaching full capacity.
Mel Jacob, chair of the school's governing body, said: "She is coming along to look at the garden and will be shown around by our gardening club and we really hope the weather is nice.
"We are expecting a big crowd. We are going to have a choir singing and there will be lots of fun and games taking place."
The 65-year-old royal, who was a patron of The Big Jubilee Lunch last year, will also be visiting her former residence Middlewick House as part of the Wiltshire Air Ambulance and Wiltshire Bobby Van Trust.
Camilla's arrival is already being eagerly anticipated by locals and Organiser Maryrose Mantle, Trowbridge Town Council's community development officer, hopes the charity event will be a success.
She said: "We are hoping it will bring people together. It was great last year with the Olympic Games and the Diamond Jubilee but we don't want it to drop because that brought a lot of people together."