Published Friday, 09 September 2011
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The Royal couple took in the sights of the picturesque village which is the only complete Moravian settlement in Ireland on Friday.
Earlier, the Duchess of Cornwall travelled to the RUC George Cross Memorial Garden at Brooklyn, Belfast where she presented The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service to the RUC George Cross Foundation.
She also received a presentation from 12-year-old Zoe Latus. Her grandfather Reserve Constable William Findlay was killed in 1983 while serving in the force.
Meanwhile, Prince Charles paid a visit to a farm in Ballinderry Upper, also in Co Antrim, to look at organic chicken production and met with representatives of poultry processing firm Moy Park.
On Thursday, the Royal couple also carried out a series of engagements, including a visit to the harbour in Kilkeel, Co Down, where they discussed the challenges facing the local fishing industry.