Princess Anne visits Wisbech's new Citizens Advice Bureau on Cambs trip
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Princess Anne paid a visit to Wisbech on her visit to Cambridgeshire.
The Princess Royal is taking in the Fenland town, along with Peterborough and Ely, on her visit today (Tuesday, May 17).
She arrived by helicopter, which landed in the Wisbech Grammar School field this morning, and visited the new Citizens Advice Bureau at the Queen Mary Centre on Queen's Road.
According to its website, the new CAB will provide in-person help and support to people who live in rural Cambridgeshire to help them tackle issues they are facing, including issues around housing, money, benefits, relationships and discrimination.
Princess Anne is set to visit Readeasy Literary Coaching Charity in Peterborough later today.
She is also set to unveil The Fenland Black Oak Table in Ely Cathedral.
The table is made out of a 5,000-year-old fossilised tree, which was unearthed at Southery, Norfolk, in March 2012.
It arrived at Ely Cathedral on Monday, May 9.
Princess Anne's mother, Queen Elizabeth II, is celebrating her Platinum Jubilee this year.
Celebrations are set to take place throughout Cambridgeshire over a four-day bank holiday weekend, which begins on Thursday, June 2.
Fears have been raised for The Queen's health after she missed the State Opening of Parliament for the first time in 59 years.
But the 96-year-old monarch was seen beaming at the final night of a star-studded extravaganza to celebrate her 70-year reign on Sunday night.