Wednesday 22nd February 2017
The Duchess of Cornwall, Patron, The Big Lunch, will host a reception to launch The Great Get Together, Clarence House, London. The Great Get Together, which will take place this summer, is a collaboration between The Big Lunch and the Jo Cox Foundation.
Thursday 16th February 2017
The Duchess of Cornwall, President, Ebony Horse Club, will visit the charity's Brixton riding centre to celebrate the club's 21st anniversary. Ebony Horse Club, Millbrook Road, Brixton, London SW9 7JD
The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall will visit the Black Cultural Archives (B.C.A.), 1 Windrush Square, London, Brixton SW2 1EF. Their Royal Highnesses will view the collection at the B.C.A. with a focus on African and Caribbean contribution to war efforts during World War I and II. During the visit Their Royal Highnesses will meet veterans from the Western Indian Association of Service Personnel, staff members, volunteers, students and community groups.
Tuesday 14th February 2017
The Duchess of Cornwall, President, Royal Voluntary Service, will meet volunteers and beneficiaries of the charity attending a tea party and swing dance, The Trinity Centre, Trinity Road, Bristol BS2 0NW.
The Duchess of Cornwall will tour the offices of Women's Aid, meeting staff and survivors of domestic abuse, Women's Aid, Bristol.
Thursday 9th February 2017
The Prince of Wales, Patron, The Holocaust Memorial Day Trust, will host a reception at St. James's Palace for survivors of the Holocaust and subsequent genocides. His Royal Highness will also be presented with the Statue of Remembrance, awarded by the International Auschwitz Committee to those who support remembrance and a world of open-mindedness and tolerance. St James's Palace State Apartments, London SW1A 1BA.
Wednesday 8th February 2017
The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall will visit the newly refurbished Ferens Art Gallery as Hull celebrates its year as UK City of Culture. Their Royal Highnesses will tour the gallery meeting the Ferens curatorial team, representatives from Hull City Council and team members, volunteers and partners of Hull UK City of Culture 2017. Ferens Art Gallery, Queen Victoria Square, Carr Lane, Hull HU1 3RA.
The Prince of Wales will visit Holy Trinity Church to view their ongoing regeneration project, meet the clergy, church staff, volunteers and members of the congregation and the local community. Holy Trinity is contributing to Hull’s year as UK City of Culture and will soon be re-dedicated as Hull Minster. Holy Trinity Church, Trinity Square, Hull, HU1 2JJ.
The Duchess of Cornwall, Patron, Emmaus UK will visit Emmaus Hull and East Riding. Her Royal Highness will meet companions and supporters of the charity, Emmaus, The Orchard, 33 Lockwood Street, Hull HU2 0HJ.
The Prince of Wales, President The Royal Shakespeare Company, will attend a RSC outreach programme, part of the Hull City of Culture 2017, at the Community Centre in the former Church of the Holy Apostles on the Great Thornton Estate. HRH will meet local residents of the estate including community groups, and the Goodwin Development Trust, Church of the Holy Apostles, Walker Street, Hull, HU3 2HD.
The Duchess of Cornwall, Patron of First Story, will celebrate First Story’s partnership with Hull, City of Culture, and the launch of its writing residencies in five Hull secondary schools. HRH will present prizes to five young winners of Hull’s 100-word writing competition and meet children taking part in a writing workshop. HRH will also launch the inaugural National Writing Day, to take place on 21 June 2017. The Deep, Tower Street, Hull, HU1 4DP.