The Prince of Wales is set to undertake a series of royal engagements in Bedfordshire on Tuesday 3 December.
Prince Charles, who has just celebrated his 65th birthday, will take part in a Bedford 'away day' in the run-up to Christmas.
His first stop will be the newly refurbished Higgins Bedford, where he will meet representatives of the High Street regeneration project, along with watercolour artists, schoolchildren and lace makers.
He will then meet local community groups decorating their Christmas trees for the annual Christmas Tree Festival and listen to a local choir, before attending a Service of Dedication in Tempsford and unveiling a memorial to honour and remember female agents from the area who served during WWII.
Finally, Charles will take a tour of the Flour Mill, meet factory workers and view samples of products, before meeting local business leaders.