Friday 12th September 2014
The Prince of Wales, Earl of Chester and President, The Prince's Trust, and The Duchess of Cornwall, Countess of Chester, will meet pupils at Lache Primary School, and will be introduced to young people, mothers and babies, and other centre users at the Lache Integrated Early Support Centre, Hawthorn Rd, Chester CH4 8HX.
The Prince of Wales, Earl of Chester and Patron, Friends of Chester Cathedral, and The Duchess of Cornwall, Countess of Chester, will tour Cathedral, meeting members of the choir, watching an extract from a Mystery Play in the Chapter House and visiting the Cloisters, Chester Cathedral, 12 Abbey Square, Chester CH1 2HU. Their Royal Highnesses will also officially open the new 'Cathedral at Height' tower tour.
The Prince of Wales will visit Airbus, Broughton, to mark the firm's 75th anniversary, and will meet employees and tour the North Factory before officially opening the new Visitors Centre, Chester Road, Broughton, Flintshire CH4 0DR.
The Duchess of Cornwall, Countess of Chester, will meet staff and patients and officially open the Haygarth Building, Countess of Chester Hospital, Countess of Chester Health Park, Liverpool Road, Chester CH2 1UL. Her Royal Highness will also present the Haygarth medal, which recognises the nurse who has made the most outstanding contribution to the hospital.
The Duchess of Cornwall, Countess of Chester, will officially open the new Countess of Chester Country Park, created by the Land Trust, and will meet local community groups who will use the site, Health Park, Liverpool Road, Chester CH2 1UL.
Thursday 4th September 2014
The Prince of Wales will host a reception for world leaders on the first evening of the 2014 North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) Summit, Celtic Manor Resort, Newport.
Friday 29th August 2014
The Prince of Wales Admiral of the Fleet will visit HMS DUNCAN, where he will meet members of the ships company as well as meeting members of the naval staff from the International naval ships that are docked in Cardiff during the NATO summit, Roath Basin, Cardiff Docks, Cardiff.
Thursday 14th August 2014
The Duke and Duchess of Rothesay will attend the Ballater Highland Games to mark 150 years since its founding. Their Royal Highnesses will meet local office bearers, visit trade stalls showcasing local produce and watch a display of dancing and heavy events at Monaltrie Park, Ballater, Aberdeenshire, AB35 5RG.
Monday 4th August 2014
HRH The Prince Charles, Duke of Rothesay, on behalf of Her Majesty The Queen, will attend the Commonwealth First World War Commemoration in Glasgow. The service will take place at Glasgow Cathedral. A wreath-laying ceremony will follow at George Square, Glasgow.