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Prince Charles releases message of support for Duchy of Cornwall tenants

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Prince Charles releases message of support for Duchy of Cornwall tenants

Prince Charles releases message of support for Duchy of Cornwall tenants

Earlier this summer, The Prince of Wales recorded a message of support fortenants of the Duchy of Cornwall, celebrating local businesses and individualswho have supported their communities during the Covid-19 crisis.

This includesthe Brace of Butchers shop in Poundbury providing meals for those in need, thetenants of the Post Office at Postbridge on Dartmoor who remained openthroughout lockdown, and a farm tenant in Herefordshire who took on an entireflock of sheep for a neighbour who was taken ill with coronavirus.


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