On July 23, 2013, Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall arrived in East Yorkshire for a one-day visit to the region.
The day began with their arrival in Bugthorpe where the royal couple met with locals and government officials before heading off to visit the Uncleby Education Centre in Kirby.
The royal couple also visited the town of Bridlington. Whilst there The Prince of Wales met with “…fisherman and members of the local community at the Harbour while The Duchess of Cornwall met with representatives of local charities and community groups at Bridlington Spa…” according to Clarence House. The prince and the duchess also attended the 900th anniversary celebrations of the Bridlington Priory as well as met the local residents in Withernsea just south of Bridlington.
And, finally, The Prince of Wales visited the village of Burton Fleming where he met with “…emergency workers and members of the community who were affected by the January 2013 floods…”
For more information about today’s visits as well as to watch videos and view photos please click the links below: