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A private estate established in 1337 which funds the public, charitable and private activities of the Prince of Wales and his family.

Places

Places

Home Farm

As Patron of the Rare Breeds Survival Trust, The Duke is keen for Home Farm to play an active role in helping to preserve the gene pool of British pigs, sheep and cattle.

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Places

Places

Isles of Scilly

The Isles of Scilly have been part of the Duchy of Cornwall since its beginning in the 14th century.

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Places

Places

Poundbury

Poundbury is an urban extension to Dorchester in Dorset

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Features

Features

Her Majesty The Queen visits Poundbury

The Queen officially opens Queen Mother Square in Poundbury during a special Royal visit.

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About

About

About the Duchy

The Prince of Wales became the 24th Duke of Cornwall on The Queen’s accession to the throne in 1952.

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Duchy considers public opinion on plans for 100 new 'Arts and Craft' homes in Fordington

The Duchy of Cornwall has carried out a public consultation on plans for 100 much-needed new homes across four Duchy owned sites in the Fordington area of Dorset. Thirty-five per cent of the proposed housing will be affordable. The plans include the creation of a new wetland habitat for wildlife beside the River Frome.

Tree Planting Marks 75 years of the RAF Air Training Corps

Thirteen cadets from 730 (City of Truro) Squadron planted 50 trees in local Duchy woodland.

Dig unearths new monument at 'The Hurlers' on Bodmin Moor

Archaeologists digging on the site of 'The Hurlers' stone circles have discovered a new monument which may have marked the head of a processional avenue.

Dartmoor

Initiatives - Dartmoor

The Duchy of Cornwall provides funding and staff resources to assist with the Dartmoor Hill Farm Project, which is co-funded by Dartmoor National Park Authority and the Rural Development Programme.

Find out about the other projects that the Duchy supports on Dartmoor.