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Published by Emma Carton at 7:36am 16th July 2018 (Updated 8:28am 16th July 2018)

Prince Charles and Camilla are back in the south-west for a three day tour of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.

The royal couple are no strangers to the Duchy, having visited the Royal Cornwall Show only last month.

Their latest trip will be a busy one, including stops in Fowey, St Mary's, St Martin's and St Tudy in north Cornwall.

This year's visit will focus on the region's local businesses, from artisan food and drink producers to eco-clothing company Finisterre.

Scroll down for a full list of locations where you can see the royals or watch them greet crowds at Wadebridge...

Monday 16th July

Fowey: The Duke and Duchess will visit the Celebration of Fowey Festival, touring local businesses and meeting residents.

They will meet representatives from the Fowey Gig Club, members of the RNLI and Royal British Legion.

Their Royal Highnesses will present a long service award and greet the crew of the town's lifeboat.

"The commitment of the crew on the lifeboat - part of this visit is very much for the crew and the recognition of the crew.

"It's a great opportunity for them to stand proud with the lifeboat and let people see the commitment they give".

Operations Manager Chris Ogg

St Agnes: Prince Charles and Camilla will also tour Wheal Kitty at St Agnes, visiting Finisterre UK Ltd; a local firm that produces surf wear and outdoor clothing with a focus on sustainability.

They will attend part of an Ocean Plastics Solutions Day, organised by local charity Surfers Against Sewage and Finisterre.

Lostwithiel: The Duchess of Cornwall, patron of Cornwall Community Foundation, will attend a a reception at the Duchy of Cornwall Nursery to mark the Foundation's 15th anniversary.

Tuesday 17th July

Isles of Scilly: The Duke and Duchess will visit St Mary's to formally open the island's newly improved quayside, visit new harbour-side restaurant 'On The Quay', tour a local produce market and meet local community groups. including the Sailing Club.

The Royals will also visit St Martin's to tour local businesses. They will attend a virtual 'Smart Islands' meeting at the Island Hall about the Scillies Smart Islands Partnership Programme which aims to deliver smart solutions to energy, waste, water and sewerage services on the Isles of Scilly and beyond.

Wednesday 18th July

The Duke of Cornwall, patron of The Prince's Countryside Fund, and the Duchess will visit community-led business, St Tudy Community Shop, to meet the volunteers who staff the shop and officially open its new extension which provides a meeting space for local residents.

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