Britain's Prince Charles shares gardening tips with pupils

Britain's Prince Charles shared his gardening tips with pupils at Ashley Primary School as he toured their new Harmony Centre.

Britain's Prince Charles shares gardening tips with pupils

Britain's Prince Charles shared his gardening tips with pupils as he visited a local primary school.

The 67-year-old royal visited Ashley Primary School to open its additional learning facility, the Harmony Centre.

A post on the school's official website reads: "He was greeted by a superb exhibition of the children's learning in the school hall, followed by a visit to some of the classrooms. He then officially opened our new Harmony Centre by cutting a vibrant green ribbon.

"A wonderful assembly ended his visit, where he was presented with Ashley School honey, a sketchbook of the children's work and a framed display sharing the lyrics to our Harmony song. It was a momentous occasion for us all and the children made everyone very proud - well done to Ashley School!"

During his tour of the school, the Prince of Wales watched on as pupils carted soil around in a wheelbarrow and carved ice sculptures.

Meanwhile, the Prince's Gloucestershire estate will be host to a gardening festival in April. The plans were revealed yesterday (10.02.16) and will see the grounds of Highgrove House becoming home to 'Highgrove: The Garden Celebrated' for a week.

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