Prince Charles visits churches as part of his summer tour of Wales

Posted Jul 12, 2018

[Anglican Communion News Service] The Prince of Wales, Prince Charles, has visited a number of Anglican churches as part of his annual summer tour of the country. The Prince of Wales is a title traditionally – but not always – given to the eldest son and heir of the British Monarch. It is largely ceremonial and carries no constitutional authority. In his tour this year Prince Charles visited two churches in St. David’s Diocese and one in St. Asaph, which has within its churchyard a Yew Tree thought to be 5,000 years old.

In St. David’s Diocese, he visited St. Jerome’s Church in Llangwm, near Haverfordwest. Here he saw an award-winning tapestry depicting Llangwm’s links with its historic Flemish past and, along with his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, presented an award to parishioner Pam Hunt, whose vision gave rise to the project, in recognize of its imaginative use of digital technology.

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  1. Jordan Sakal says:

    Cymru am byth!

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