THE Duchess of Cornwall of Cornwall has a string of engagements on a visit to Sheffield on Wednesday.
Her first stop will be at Emmaus Primary on the Wybourn estate, one of the first in the country to be a joint Catholic and Church of England faith school following an initiative by the then Anglican Bishop, Jacks Nicholls, and the current RC Bishop, John Rawsthorne.
She will also meet student volunteers from Sheffield University’s linguistics society who run an after-school literacy and language project.
Camilla Parker-Bowles will move on to a centre for homeless men and women in Cadman Street in Attercliffe, which is run by Emmaus UK, of which she is a patron. Then she will open a centre for biomedical research at the Northern General Hospital, meeting experts in treating osteoporosis and cardiac conditions.
The final appontment is at the Fox Hill and Parson Cross advice service in Wordsworth Avenue.