Prince Charles spent a memorable day in Bedfordshire - and we have been there to record the event for you.
HRH Prince of Wales completed four engagements in the north of the county in a hectic five hours on Tuesday, December 3.
Arriving by helicopter at Russell Park in Bedford, he toured the Higgins: Bedford museum, before taking a walkabout in the town centre. He then visited the Christmas Tree Festival in St Paul’s Church.
He then visited Tempsford where he unveiled a memorial to those who flew secret missions from there in the Second World War.
After a brief stop at the village’s Wheatsheaf pub he continued to Jordans Mill at Broom where he toured the newly restored mill and met local business people.
We have reports, pictures and videos from throughout the day - see our links here.