North Northumberland is preparing for its second Royal visit in consecutive years, with the Prince of Wales arriving in the area on Monday.
Prince Charles will spend two days visiting a variety of places on the Northumberland coast, his first visit to this area of outstanding natural beauty.
During his visit, for which he will not be accompanied by the Duchess of Cornwall, he will meet people from a wide range of groups and businesses.
On the first day, the Prince will travel from Alnmouth Station, where he arrives by Tornado steam train, to Abbeyfield House in Warkworth.
The second stop is Amble where he will visit the Pride of Northumbria community shop and meet people including local fishermen.
Moving on to Red Row, he will meet blacksmith Stephen Lunn, before learning about RAF Boulmer’s role for the Olympic Games.
He ends the day by visiting Susan Green’s Proof of the Pudding at Heckley High House.
The following day, he will visit landmarks on Holy Island before coming ashore to the Grace Darling museum and the beach in Bamburgh.
He then moves south down the coast to Seahouses harbour and the Swallow Fish business, the Ship Inn at Low Newton, then back to Alnwick to open Jamie Oliver’s Ministry of Food at the Alnwick Garden.
During his visit, the Prince is staying as a guest of the Duke and Duchess at Alnwick Castle.