There will be a Royal visit to Pembrokeshire next week, with the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall carrying out engagements across Wales.

Prince Charles will drop in on the market town of Narberth on Thursday (July 7), where he will visit an array of independent shops in the town’s High Street, including family-owned businesses and artisan producers.

The Prince of Wales will visit the market square and walk along the High Street, meeting local business owners and producers.

During his visit, His Royal Highness will also view the iconic Narberth Town Hall and Hwb – a new street food venue based in the old primary school building.

Narberth is famed for its lively mix of proudly independent shops – including boutiques, galleries, grocers, gift shops and antique stores, as well as delis, eateries and local producers.

Earlier in the day Prince Charles will visit St Govan’s Chapel to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and to mark the 10th anniversary of the Wales Coast Path and the 200th anniversary of HM Coastguard. St. Govan's Head, Bosherston.

On arrival at St Govan’s Head, The Prince of Wales will be introduced to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority team before moving towards the top of the steps. His Royal Highness will then take a tour of St Govan’s Chapel, learning about its unique history and location on the Pembrokeshire Coast.

Following the Chapel tour, His Royal Highness will return to the clifftop above the Chapel to meet Park Authority officers who will demonstrate innovative Coast Path cutting machinery and the conservation work undertaken to protect the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, celebrating its 70th anniversary in 2022.

Introductions will be made to representatives from Natural Resources Wales, marking the 10th anniversary of the Wales Coast Path in 2022, along with officers from the Maritime & Coastguard Agency, which this year celebrates 200 years.

His Royal Highness will also meet with those playing a part in the history and management of the Castlemartin Estate.

Finally, His Royal Highness will conclude the visit by meeting with past and present Park Authority officers playing a leading role in the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme within the National Park.