"Some of the work I do is funded by the Good Things Foundation. Between 2015 and 2017 A1 Community Works was part of a project co-funded by the Prince's Countryside Fund to bring digital skills to rural areas. The project was very successful and A1 Community Works delivered more than the required outcomes working with farmers, rural businesses and individuals to digitally empower them. As a result, I was asked to nominate one of my participants to accompany me to The Prince of Wales 70th Birthday Patronage Celebration at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday, 22 May. I choose Hilda Busby a semi-retired farmer form Marrick to go with me. We were also invited, by the Trustee of the Prince's Countryside Fund to join them and others linked to the charity for drinks at the offices of the Duchy of Cornwall offices. We had a fabulous day. We even got near to Megan and Harry. It was their first official engagement after the wedding." Tanya Cook.