Video: Prince Charles and Camilla visit Exeter Cathedral
People gathered outside Exeter Cathedral this afternoon for the arrival of The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall.
The crowd cheered as the Royals arrived in Exeter with schoolchildren and pensioners alike excited for the couple's visit.
The Prince and Duchess waved to the crowd before attending a thanksgiving service in the Cathedral to celebrate the success of its £8M fundraising appeal.
Inside the building their Royal Highnesses were shown some of the treasures of the Cathedral including the now empty historic organ case, whose 4,000 pipes have gone for refurbishment, thanks to funds given by Campaign donors.
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The historic Exeter Book, a 10th century collection of Anglo Saxon poetry was on display for the Royal visitors. £1 million has been raised towards securing the future of the historic books and manuscripts and improving access to the cathedral’s unique collections in the library and archives.
Later this afternoon, they will attend a thanksgiving service attended by the cathedral’s supporters.
The couple's visit to Exeter Cathedral was the final engagement for the royal couple, having visited North Devon and Plymouth earlier today.
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