The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge - William and Kate - are coming to Blackpool on March 6.

Blackpool Royal Visit 2019: Where will William and Kate go when they visit Blackpool?

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge - William and Kate - have a busy day ahead of them when they visit Blackpool next week.

The royal couple are heading to the resort on March 6 and stops on their tour of the town will include Blackpool Tower, the Promenade, and Blackpool Central Library. We have taken a look at where they will be going as excitement builds ahead of the visit.

Members of the public will be waiting to meet the Duke and Duchess on the Comedy Carpet as they leave Blackpool Tower.

5. Your chance to meet William and Kate

Members of the public will be waiting to meet the Duke and Duchess on the Comedy Carpet as they leave Blackpool Tower.
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William and Kate will then go to Blackpool Central Library where they will talk about issues close to their heart.

6. Stop three... Blackpool Central Library

William and Kate will then go to Blackpool Central Library where they will talk about issues close to their heart.
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The Duchess will continue her work on early childhood and join people involved in Blackpools A Better Start programme, including health visitors, practitioners from the Family Nurse Partnership, and parents. The reading area at the library was refurbished by a group of dads working with the programme.

7. Blackpool Central Library

The Duchess will continue her work on early childhood and join people involved in Blackpools A Better Start programme, including health visitors, practitioners from the Family Nurse Partnership, and parents. The reading area at the library was refurbished by a group of dads working with the programme.
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The session, led by Merle Davies, director of Blackpools Centre for Early Child Development, will discuss the impact of long-term investment in mothers, fathers and children in their early years. She is pictured at Blackpool Central Library in 2017.

8. Meeting Merle

The session, led by Merle Davies, director of Blackpools Centre for Early Child Development, will discuss the impact of long-term investment in mothers, fathers and children in their early years. She is pictured at Blackpool Central Library in 2017.
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