In Pictures: Prince of Wales takes controls on visit to Air Ambulance base
Charles met a mix of people from different backgrounds and circumstances when he met Air Ambulance staff and children at a care charity.
The Prince of Wales has visited the Wales Air Ambulance charity and examined its helicopter from close up, even sitting at the controls.
The heir to the throne took the opportunity on his visit to south Wales to meet choir children based at the airbase.
At Morriston Hospital in Swansea, HRH attended a reception to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the League of Friends, a charity that supports hospitals by providing equipment and services. pic.twitter.com/TaJtfKjksP— Clarence House (@ClarenceHouse) February 23, 2018
Charles also toured Ty Hafan, one of the UK’s leading paediatric palliative care charities, at Sully, near Cardiff, meeting children and staff.
The Prince of Wales is today carrying out engagements in sunny South Wales.— Clarence House (@ClarenceHouse) February 23, 2018
This morning, HRH arrived in Sully and was welcomed to @tyhafan children’s hospice by members of staff. pic.twitter.com/FLqeIoJAdE