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Charles unveils stained glass window as summer tour of Wales begins

Charles was at Myddfai community hall, close to his Carmarthenshire residence, to unveil the Welsh legends-themed artwork.

The Prince of Wales has unveiled a stained glass window during the first day of his annual summer tour of Wales.

Charles was at Myddfai community hall, close to his Llwynywermod residence in Carmarthenshire, to unveil the Welsh legends-themed artwork.

During four days of visits the Prince will undertake 14 engagements. Among the highlights are tours of an organic yogurt factory and the Royal Mint.

The Prince of Wales (centre) looks around the shop in Myddfai Community Hall (Ben Birchall)

On Monday Charles will attend a conference organised by the Sustainable Food Trust and inspired by his book Harmony: A New Way Of Looking At Our World.

The Prince will also tour yogurt producer Rachel’s Organic and officially open the firm’s new extension before visiting the historic Strata Florida monastery.

The day will end with Charles hosting a music and drama evening at his Welsh home, featuring performances by Michael Sheen and Owen Teale.

On Tuesday, the Prince will visit the Regimental Museum of The Royal Welsh, meeting children learning about the regiment’s history and families who have donated letters to the museum’s Never Forget Your Welsh Heroes campaign.

The Prince of Wales (right) meets members of the community (Ben Birchall/PA)

He also will visit Llancaiach Fawr Manor, touring the house and gardens and meeting staff, gardeners and volunteers.

Later, he will see the Royal Mint’s Visitor Centre, meeting staff and children and striking a commemorative coin.

He will visit North Wales on Friday, officially opening the new HQ of telecoms firm Moneypenny in Wrexham.

Later, the Prince will tour a family-run dairy and visit RAF Valley, meeting cadets, pilots and engineers.

Charles will finish the week with an engagement at the restored Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens on the Isle of Anglesey.


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