The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited Bristol last week to meet members of the public, learn more about the city’s rich cultural history and visit organisations that support communities most in need.

Duke and Duchess of Sussex Visit One25
Duke and Duchess of Sussex Visit One25
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited One25, who specialise in helping women to break free from street sex-work, addiction and other life-controlling issues.

One25 provides women with practical and emotional support; from basic needs (such as a hot shower, free clothing, or nutritious lunch) to expert advice and crisis care from a caseworker or visiting professional.

The Duke and Duchess’s final visit in Bristol was to Empire Fighting Chance, which aims to fight the impact of deprivation on young people’s lives through boxing.

At any one time Empire Fighting Chance works with around 200 children aged 9 to 18 and runs programmes which help instil discipline, self control, and respect, whilst building self-confidence, life skills, and improving both physical and mental health and fitness.

Source: Royal.uk

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