Northern Ireland

Charles and Camilla visit Caledon village

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Media captionThe Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall have visited the County Tyrone village of Caledon on the second day of public engagements in Northern Ireland.

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall have visited the County Tyrone village of Caledon on the second day of public engagements in Northern Ireland.

The village was once home to a thriving mill industry and the couple visited the recently refurbished Mill Street Cottage, which was built in 1850.

They also visited the beam engine and engine house, dating back to the 1830s.

At Caledon courthouse, they met children and teachers from St Joseph's and Churchill primary schools.

The couple arrived in Northern Ireland on Tuesday and carried out number of engagements in County Antrim, including a visit to the Wrightbus factory in Ballymena.

The duchess later travelled on to the new Rowan sexual assault referral centre in the grounds of Antrim Area Hospital, where she officially opened the specialist unit.

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