Prince Charles to visit Stalham shop Truly Local on Monday
Prince Charles will be dropping in on a small shop in Stalham on Monday in a last-minute addition to his tour of Great Yarmouth and trip to Norwich, Clarence House has announced.
His Royal Highness has chosen to call in at Truly Local, the not-for-profit shop on the town's High Street, after receiving a letter from a delighted customer.
'It's a last-minute addition to the tour. He thought that while he was in the area he would like to visit this brilliant shop and see what went on there,' said a spokesman.
Truly Local, which opened a year ago next month, sells a range of food and other items caught, reared, produced, processed, created or fermented within a 35-mile radius.
The letter, from a disabled customer, praised the shop's accessibility, friendliness, range, price and quality of produce.
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The Prince of Wales is a committed advocate of quality produce and farms organically at his Duchy Home Farm, part of his Highgrove Estate, in Gloucestershire.
He will drop in at Truly Local to meet directors and suppliers during the afternoon, en route for the Priscilla Bacon Lodge in Norwich, after starting the day with a tour of Great Yarmouth.
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