THE King and Queen visited Cornwall today as part of the 30th anniversary year of Tate St Ives. 

During the 30th anniversary year of Tate St Ives, The King and Queen will visit the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden, which is cared for by Tate.

The King and Queen then visited St Ives Harbour and meet members of the Cornish community.

The Queen then visited the Oasis Centre which supports isolated and vulnerable people and families in a very rural part of Cornwall. Her Majesty met local members of the centre who regularly attend its Wellbeing Cafés and Family Hubs. 

The Queen then visited The Women’s Centre Cornwall in the Bodmin area which provides specialist support to women and girls living with the impact of sexual and/or domestic abuse.

Her Majesty met staff members who provide support and learn about the centre’s work with women in prison before meeting some of the survivors who use the services - some of whom now work in the centre.

Her Majesty celebrated the centre’s new rewilded garden by planting an apple tree.

All photos courtesy of Greg Martin Photography.