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Princess Anne visit showcases Camborne's skills, critical minerals plans

Princess Anne, known formally as the HRH Princess Royal, this week visited Camborne School of Mines in Exeter to help the school officially launch a new Degree Apprenticeship programme that could help the industry address its skills shortfall.

 Princess Anne unveils the degree plaque - Credit: CSM

Princess Anne unveils the degree plaque - Credit: CSM

Alongside the launch of the degree programme, the CSM wanted to ensure the visit highlighted its work in aiding the UK's strategy to secure the supply chain of critical minerals. "As well as celebrating...

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