Charles and Camilla visit Cockington Court in Devon

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The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall have made a visit to Cockington Court, near Torquay, a stately home that has become a creative hub for the local community. Charles and Camilla were serenaded by a Samba Roc, a band set up by the charity United Response which supports adults with learning difficulties and mental health problems. The couple then toured the famous walled rose garden and met with its team of gardeners.

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Report by Matt Blair.

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