Meeting Prince Charles 'a dream come true'

Impington College students discuss their entrepreneurial activities

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Three lucky students from Impington Village College in Cambridge were chosen to gain exclusive access to the Prince of Wales for an afternoon as part of the BBC News School Report project.

The pupils took part in a day of activities revolving around the theme of "opportunity and enterprise".

All three students are keen entrepreneurs, so to meet Prince Charles and discuss business ideas was a dream come true.

The students worked with two real-life BBC reporters and asked the prince several questions.

Molly said: "He seems to be enjoying his visits to Cambridge. He is very friendly and easy to talk to."

The group were very excited, with Kate adding: "We were grinning like Cheshire cats!"

However the students said they were overcome with shyness at one point.

The three students have been inspired to start their own business through their school to help raise money for gifted and talented projects.

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