21 March 2018

The Duchess of Cornwall, Patron, National Literacy Trust, will attend a reception with supporters to mark the charity's 25th anniversary, Plaisterers' Hall, 1 London Wall, London EC2Y 5JU.

22 March 2018

The Duke of Cornwall will visit the Royal Cornwall Museum to mark its bicentenary year, view exhibitions and meet museum volunteers, staff and trustees, 25 River St, Truro TR1 2SJ

The Duke of Cornwall will visit Truro Cathedral to participate in the Sign-A-Slate project and meet community groups and businesses utilising the newly refurbished Cathedral School, Truro Cathedral, 14 St Mary's St, Truro TR1 2AF

The Duke of Cornwall will visit Nansledan and will unveil the name of the development’s first school

The Duchess of Cornwall will reopen The Fair Close Centre to mark its 50th anniversary, where she will tour the facilities, meet volunteers and senior citizens that use the centre. Fair Close Centre, Newtown Road, Newbury, Berkshire, RG14 7BH

23 March 2018

The Duke of Cornwall will visit Dartmoor Prison to learn about the Prison Choir Project and listen to a brief performance by participants, Tavistock Rd, Princetown, Yelverton PL20 6RR.

26 March 2018

The Prince of Wales will alight from the Royal Train at Langwathby Railway Station which is on the Settle-Carlise Railway. His Royal Highness will meet volunteers who help to maintain the station. Langwathby Railway Station, Culgaith Rd, Langwathby, Penrith CA10 1NA.

The Prince of Wales, Patron, Prince's Countryside Fund will visit the National Centre for the Uplands at Newton Rigg College; a state-of-the-art sheep husbandry centre at Low Beckside Farm. The centre is helping to safeguard the future of the hill farming across the country, by offering training in sheep husbandry and hill farming methods. During the visit His Royal Highness will meet students using the centre and beneficiaries of the Prince's Countryside Fund. National Centre for the Uplands, Newton Rigg College, Low Beckside Farm, Mungrisdale, Cumbria CA11 OXR.

The Prince of Wales will visit the environmentally accredited Lake District attraction Ullswater ‘Steamers’ company and undertake a short trip on their flagship ‘Steamer’ the 'Lady of the Lake' who is celebrating her 140th Anniversary. Ullswater ‘Steamers’, The Pier House, Glenridding, Cumbria, CA11 OUS.

The Prince of Wales, Royal Founding Patron, Business in the Community, will be undertaking a Seeing is Believing visit to James Cropper PLC, paper manufacturer to learn about how it recycles takeaway coffee cups into high quality paper and plastic-free packaging. His Royal Highness will join a roundtable discussion with senior business leaders and stakeholders associated with the industry to learn what more business can do to create value from waste. James Cropper PLC, Bridge St, Burneside, Kendal LA9 6PZ.

The Prince of Wales will attend a ceremony to unveil the official plaque to designate the Lake District National Park as a United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization World Heritage Site, Crow Park, Lake Road, Keswick, Cumbria CA12 5DJ, and afterwards attend a reception at the nearby Theatre by the Lake.