Prince William and Duchess Catherine to visit Truro Cathedral

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will visit Truro Cathedral on Thursday (01.09.16).
The royal couple will travel to the Cornish town in South West England, where they are expected to sign a slate in support of a campaign to raise money for roof repairs for the ancient building.
William and Catherine, both 34, will then visit a mystery tourist attraction which is beeing kept under wraps.
They will then travel to Towan Beach in Newquay to visit the Wave Project where they will meet with young people who benefit from the service, which gets youngsters doing surfing to help with anxiety.
A series of tweets by Kensington Palace revealed: “The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will visit Cornwall and the Isle of Scilly
between the 1st and 2nd September … Over the two days TRH will meet local organisations businesses and charities, and visit a number of
Duchy of Cornwall projects … The Duke and Duchess are very much looking forward to visiting Cornwall and the Scilly Isles. Stay tuned for updates on the day! (sic)”
It is a busy time for Prince William as he is off to Dusseldorf in
Germany on Tuesday (23.08.16) and he and Duchess Catherine will be visiting Canada next month as well.
The couple are to visit British Columbia and Yukon after being invited by the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.