Prince Charles has o lot of appointments as a royal, the son of Elizabeth II is the closest person to the throne, so His Royal Highness makes a lot for the Kingdom. This week, he met children taking part in climate change education and learned about efforts to save rare cattle in a visit to Wales.
The Prince of Wales on Friday visited Cardiff to open the new head office of risk management firm Alcumus, the father of Princes William and Harry met community members at St Michael’s Church in Llandovery.
The son of Elizabeth II was impressed with the education programme at Blenheim Road Community Primary and the level of the pupils’ awareness about the climate changing. Prince also made a donation to help save White Park Cattle from extinction during a visit to a herd at Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire.
Prince Charles for the National Trust’s Save the Herd campaign
Prince pledged support to the National Trust’s Save the Herd campaign, the royal person intends to help its effort to safeguard the White Park Cattle which have grazed the area for more than 1,000 years. As a matter of fact, about 750 White Park breeding females exist in the world, said the trust, which aims to raise £36,000 to buy a new bull and cows.
Kate Middleton also visited Torfaen and Caerphilly on Wednesday, the Duchess of Cambridge got new role – a royal patron of children’s charities.