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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.

About the Duchy

About the Duchy

The Duke of Cornwall

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

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Places

Places

Home Farm

Duchy Home Farm is a flagship for the benefits of organic farming.

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Places

Places

Poundbury

Poundbury is an urban extension to the Dorset county town of Dorchester

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The Prince of Wales visits Nansledan and Dartmoor Prison

The Prince of Wales visits Nansledan and Dartmoor Prison

The Prince of Wales visited parts of the Duchy estate when undertaking public engagements in Devon and Cornwall this month..

His Royal Highness was in Nansledan on Thursday 22nd March to reveal the name of the development's new school which will be called Skol Nansledan in recognition of its Cornish roots. The following day, The Prince of Wales visited H.M.P. Dartmoor, a cateogry C prison built on Duchy land within the national park. The visit included a performance by the Prison Choir Project which aims to find a way to rehabilitate prisoners, ex-offenders and people experiencing mental disorder through opera, song and choral music.

Avenues of Trees Will Celebrate The Prince's 70th Birthday

Three commemorative avenues have been planted in Hereford, Somerset and Cornwall ahead of His Royal Highness's Birthday in November 2018.

Otter Project Raises Thousands for Conservation of Dartmoor

A Marcus Cornish sculpture commissioned by The Prince of Wales has raised £3,000 to support conservation work and rural skills training on Dartmoor.

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.