Excitement is building in Pembrokeshire in anticipation of the visit to the County by The Queen and Prince Phillip next week.
They will arrive at Haverfordwest station by Royal train from where the Duke will visit Puffin Produce, producers of the famous Pembrokeshire early potatoes, while the Queen visits the superb Cotts Farm Equine Hospital just outside Narberth. Following a joint visit to a water bottling plant, they will travel through Narberth on their way to Picton Castle.
There they will have lunch consisting of Welsh lamb supplied by award winning butchers, Andrew Rees in Narberth, with Pembrokeshire produce cooked by Maria Grimwood and Ben Lewis of Maria’s Courtyard Restaurant at the castle before visiting the Sunderland Trust’s heritage centre in Pembroke Dock.
The Queen paid her first visit to Pembrokeshire in 1955 and has remained a regular visitor ever since.
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