The Prince of Wales became the 24th Duke of Cornwall on The Queen's accession to the throne in 1952Discover more
One of the jewels in the crown is Harewood Park, a group of former homesteads and parkland brought back to life by the Duchy of Cornwall.Discover more
180 people attended the event at The Jubilee Hall in Queen Mother Square on November 1st, including architect Leon Krier who designed the estate in the 1980's, development director Andrew Hamilton and estate director Simon Conibear. The Duke of Cornwall thanked everyone involved in the project for realising his dream and said: "I hope I live long enough to see it finished - I shall hope for the best but at least there is McCarthy & Stone over the road" and humorously pointed to a block of retirement flats under construction.
The Duchy of Cornwall has joined forces with Women in Rural Enterprise (WiRE) to create a new initiative to support female entrepreneurs in the Eastern District.
Five important rare breed cattle have arrived on The Prince of Wales's Llwynywermod Estate, in a bid to safeguard the breed from extinction.