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Published: 25th March 2018

Prince Charles’ Cornwall visit

The Duke of Cornwall unveiled a commemorative plaque to mark the completion of the restoration and renovation work on the Old Cathedral School which has been transformed into a community space that will focus on education, music and art

This is a landmark project for Cornwall which will be available as a public amenity. Koha Architects were able to present the project to His Royal Highness and explain the story of the transformation from the original school, to Social services offices in the 1970’s and now to a place dedicated to the celebration of art, music and education.

For further information about Prince Charles’ Cornwall visit, please click here.