Prince Charles and Camilla

Prince Charles and Camilla

Britain's Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall are to visit Chester next month.

Prince Charles and his wife Duchess Camilla will visit a ground-breaking early support centre in the town, which has helped to cut 24 per cent of referrals to Social Services, during their trip.

The tour of the centre in Lache will be one of the highlights of the royal visit, during which Charles and Camilla will also officially open the new Cathedral at Height attraction at Chester Cathedral and the recently launched Countess of Chester County Park.

The visit is set to take place on September 12 when the Earl and Countess of Chester will tour the former children's centre, which the Prince opened as a youth club in 1971.

The centre now supports locals from infancy to 18 years of age and provides new parents with important skills, which will be demonstrated to the Royal couple.

The Prince of Wales, Earl of Chester and President of Prince's Trust will also chat to teenagers who have benefited from courses taken with the youth charity, which was established to help disadvantaged youngsters.

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