Prince Charles has visited Caledon in Co Tyrone as part of his two-day visit to Northern Ireland.
The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visited the border village this afternoon, where they toured the area with the Lord and Lady of Caledon.
Prince Charles unveiled a plaque to officially open the newly refurbished Church Hall at St John’s Church, and met with school children and football coaches of the cross-community football club, Caledon Rovers.
He also visited the sites of upcoming developments, such as a former wool mill which is due to be transformed into a Day Care Centre and Men’s Shed for the village.
It comes on the back of a visit to Slieve Gullion Forest Park in south Armagh yesterday.