He went onto nearby Swallowfish
of PrinceCharles region at: kipper smokehouse before visiting the Ship Inn and Microbrewery at Low Newton-by-the-Sea in Alnwick.
Prince Charles is set to visit Lindisfarne Castle on Holy Island and Grace Darling Museum in Bamburgh today before moving on to Seahouses' famous Swallowfish
smokery and shop and The Ship Inn and its microbrewery at Low Newton by-the-Sea.
She and he are currently engaged in a battle to determine which out of L Robson and Sons of Craster and Swallowfish
of Seahouses produces the best kippers.
Visitors will be able to trace the background of locally-reared meat, such as produce from Durham Venison and Game, Northumberland Sausage Company and Kielder Organic Meats, and oak-smoked fish from Swallowfish
Ltd, and learn about home-grown vegetables.
At Seahouses, the Prince will visit the village's famous Swallowfish
smokery and shop.
He will then visit the village's famous Swallowfish
smokery and shop, where he will meet members of staff and local fishermen.