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hope the hospice will go onto providing its wonderful service to the people of West Cumbria. Muscat, head of marketing and income generation, said: is fantastic that the prince has visited us today and has made the effort to meet everyone who has been involved. Charles is believed to have stayed at his favourite Lake District farm near Keswick this week.
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The Prince of Wales, patron of the charity, was greeted by a replica Prince Harry as he met volunteers and staff in the new hospice shop store room.
would like to thank everyone who made this happen.
Ms Stewart said: so glad we donated the money to hospice. They have done a brilliant job with the centre. of people lined the streets outside with Hospice at Home West Cumbria and Union Flags to greet the prince.
He also met patients from the Workington and Millom art therapy groups where he was presented with a quilt for his grandson Prince George, made by local volunteers for Project Linus UK.
have always been a fan of the royal family so it was nice to meet him in person. Hitchen, 75, of Chapel Street, Workington, said: was such a pleasant man. He had a big smile on his face and was asking people questions and cracking jokes with everyone. Brown, 76, of Brookside, Maryport, said: had a firm handshake and he seemed to want to speak to everyone Adidas Ace 17.3 Primemesh who was out to see him. Such a nice man.
Shop manager Pauline Mitchell had spent several hours dressing a dummy in a suit, with a mask of Prince Harry face. It held a sign saying Dad! he gave the dummy a prod, Prince Charles laughed and said: dear, oh dear. Is anyone behind there? prince was shown around the new centre by the hospice chief executive Linda Hewitt.
He asked about the condition, whether she found it painful and how the machine worked.
He met David Clifford and David Atkinson, of builders Thomas Armstrong, and architect Philip Brooks, of Day Cummins.
The prince is a regular guest at Yew Tree Farm, Rosthwaite, which is home to Joe and Hazel Relph.
Charles Watson, 68, of Peter Street, Workington, said: said to see you sir and he replied that he was happy to be in Workington and he was enjoying his visit so far.
To round the visit off he signed the guest book, unveiled a plaque and made an undisclosed Puma Evopower New 2017
Prince Charles wows the crowds in Workington
donation from the Prince of Wales Charitable Foundation.
am sure my grandson will appreciate the blanket. They grow up way too quickly. chatted to Workington MP Sir Tony Cunningham, mayor of Allerdale Bill Bacon, mayor of Workington Konrad Hansen and hospice chairman Dr Rob Walker.
great that he was here to support the hospice because it such a good cause. his departure the prince had a slice of fruit cake made by volunteer Felicity Watson.
Chris Robertson, 60, of Barnett Drive, Seaton, who uses the service, made a wedding anniversary card for the prince and his wife the Duchess of Adidas Predator Football Boots 2002
Ms Thompson said: staff here have been so supportive of my condition. To have somewhere that treats lymphoedema is fantastic.
The prince took a look at the centre complementary therapy room and then the lymphoedema treatment room, where he chatted to nurses and to patient Val Thompson, of Cockermouth, as she used a lymph assist machine.
Earlier in the day he met Kit and Charles Graves, owners of Lake District Hotels, and their daughter Dani, at the launch of the Prince Countryside Fund tourism initiative at the George Hotel in Penrith.
would like to thank the volunteers all of the ladies in the shop, drivers, patrons and everyone else.
They are absolutely brilliant.
He spoke to Lynne Stewart, of Poole Road, Salterbeck, Workington, who, with Margaret James, Maggie Burr and Marie Jolly, raised over two years from charity nights in memory of their friend Elaine Burr.
He said: patron I am so pleased and proud to be able to make it here today. It is a remarkable site that does so much to help the people in this beautiful part of the world.
He made an effort to shake hands and chat to spectators before entering the centre.
The hospice donates quilts from the project to patients and families.
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