The Prince today visited Wales, where he met key workers who have been on the frontline at Prince Charles Hospital during the current health crisis.
The hospital cares for the 450,000 people living locally in Bridgend, Merthyr Tydfil and Rhondda Cynon Taf. His Royal Highness met healthcare professionals from a range of specialisms including medical, nursing, facilities and support staff.
Earlier in the day, The Prince of Wales met staff from travel and holiday business, Edwards Coaches. The family-run company have been heavily impacted by the pandemic and are now working to restart their operations.
From their fleet of 310 coaches operating daily, the company ran three coaches to support free NHS travel and essential use, linking the local community to four doctor surgeries and the hospital. Edwards Coaches are now pleased to be starting up their services between London and South Wales again.