Camilla thanks local shop owner and family

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The Duchess of Cornwall met the family who run the Spar shop in Devizes, Wiltshire to thank them for their work during the pandemic.

She was introduced to staff and local suppliers before meeting members of owner Derek Tinnion’s family, including his 95-year-old mother who previously managed the shop. Report by Lucy Lewis.

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