The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Charles and Camilla, are to make their annual visit to Devon and Cornwall next week.

A number of locations for visits have now been officially confirmed, while others will remain secret until the day.

Among the visits being made will be to the historic city of Exeter, where they will be given a tour of Exeter Cathedral and meet with representatives from a number of organisations.

It has already been announced previously that Prince Charles had agreed to be Patron of the Exeter Cathedral 2020s Development Appeal, which looks to restore areas of the cathedral including the lighting, heating - said to be currently damaging the 14th century high-level stonework - the "woeful" toilet facilities and its 50 13th century misericord seats in the quire, described as "probably the most significant set in the world."

The Very Rev Jonathan Greener, Dean of Exeter, said that the work would "remedy years of neglect" and promised it would be "truly transformational".

Prince Charles and Camilla are likely to receive an update on its progress as part of their visit.

Also on the schedule for their three-day tour of the region will be a visit to the Burton Art Gallery in Bideford, which celebrates its 70th birthday this year.

It is described on its website as being a "community venue for everyone to love and access freely", with art galleries, a shop, French bistro café, museum and workshop rooms for hire, with it also acting as Bideford’s tourist information centre.

It was established on October 31, 1951 by local businessman Thomas Burton, and Hubert Coop, a successful artist, to commemorate the death of Burton’s daughter, Mary. A talented artist in her own right, she died from cancer in 1949 at the age of just 44.

Completing the list of places that have been announced as receiving visits are St Mary's and Bryher on the Isles of Scilly, although the exact locations welcoming the couple remain under embargo.

The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall are also expected to visit a number of other locations during the the course of the three days, although just one is scheduled to be in Cornwall on this tour - details of which will be revealed nearer the time.

They couple most recent official engagement in Cornwall was at the start of June, accompanying the Queen at a reception at the Eden Project with G7 leaders.