The day began with a visit to the newly restored Higgins Bedford Museum. Whilst there he met with “…local watercolor artists, schoolchildren, lacemakers and representatives of the High Street regeneration project…” according to Clarence House.
Thereafter, the prince arrived at St. Paul’s Church in Bedford to attend the Christmas Tree Festival. During the visit the prince met with locals decorating various Christmas trees for the festival.
In the afternoon, The Prince of Wales arrived at the Wheatsheaf Public House to attend a Service of Dedication in Tempsford, Befordshire. After the service the prince unveiled “…a memorial to honor and remember the women who flew out of RAF Tempsford to aid resistance movements in occupied Europe…”
The day ended with a visit to the Jordans Mill where the prince participated in a meeting with “…local business leaders.”
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