The King will visit the highest village in the Scottish Highlands, which is working to tackle economic problems.
Charles, who is spending his summer holidays at the Balmoral estate in Aberdeenshire, will visit Tomintoul in the Cairngorms National Park and be greeted by primary school children and community representatives.
The settlement dates back to the 1750s and now has 750 villagers after the community worked to address socio-economic issues such as a lack of development, an aging population and unaffordable housing.
In 2012, the community had fewer than 400 villagers and faced the closure of several hospitality businesses, but rallied together to address the issues.
As a result, she founded the Glenlivet Development Trust, which initiated a £3.3 million energy efficient housing development, Auld School Close, on the site of an abandoned school.
The Development Trust has purchased the land and 12 affordable energy efficient homes are now being built which Charles will visit.
It also bought a former museum and turned it into the Tomintoul and Glenlivet Discovery Center, where Charles is shown a coat believed to have belonged to a customs officer in the 1820s, at the time of whiskey smuggling.
The center is also home to the Tomintoul and Glenlivet Community Larder, which operates as a food bank.
Charles will be welcomed by children from Tomintoul Primary School and will speak to development trust board members as well as contractors and community staff.
https://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/charles-king-scotland-aberdeenshire-balmoral-b1106629.html King visits a village dealing with economic problems