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Prince William arrives in Aberdeen- the fifth Homewards location unveiled

Prince William has arrived at the Tillydrone Community Campus in Aberdeen as part of his UK tour to launch Homewards. Aberdeen is the fifth of six locations to be unveiled by Prince William during a UK tour which continues today (Tuesday 27th June).

His Royal Highness’ visit to the Tillydrone Community Campus will spotlight how co-located and joined up community support services can improve early intervention and prevent homelessness. The Prince will be given a tour of the campus, and see a number of activities underway including cooking classes, NHS services, housing services and nursery sessions for young children. He will be joined by Homewards Advocate, David Duke MBE – the founder and CEO of Street Soccer Scotland and Street Soccer London.

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