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Journal 19 March 2020

The Prince's Foundation response to COVID-19

We have sadly taken the decision to close our estates and gardens, in addition to our indoor spaces, to help restrict the spread of coronavirus. We ask people to avoid travel and comply with social distancing guidance. If the situation changes in any way we will make a further statement

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Respecting the past, building the future

The Prince’s Foundation supports people to create community. Whether through championing a sustainable approach to how we live our lives and build our homes, teaching traditional arts and skills and restoring historic sites, or by looking after places to visit for everyone to enjoy, The Prince’s Foundation is leading the way forward.

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The Prince’s Foundation offers a broad range of innovative and inspiring education programmes, from traditional arts and heritage craft skills, to architecture and design, science, engineering, horticulture, wellbeing and hospitality. Programmes take place within and beyond the charity’s sites, both nationally and internationally.

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Working with communities and partners around the country and around the world, The Prince’s Foundation promotes and champions a sustainable approach to how we live our lives and build our homes. From heritage-led regeneration through to new build projects, we do this through assisting, advising and taking the lead.

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Whether coming to Dumfries House, enjoying one of our exhibitions in London, or visiting a building or community around the world that we have helped to transform, our places to visit, their history and their stories, are open to all.

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