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« Reply #10170 on: November 25, 2021, 01:17:59 AM »

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24th November, 2021
The Duke of Cambridge, Patron, Flora and Fauna International, this evening attended a Dinner at Oswald’s, 25 Albemarle Street, London, W1.
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« Reply #10171 on: November 25, 2021, 01:34:09 PM »

William/Royal Foundation holding a Emergency Services Mental Health Symposium today.

From Chris Ship

I’m at a conference for emergency workers about the mental health challenges they suffer.
Prince William’s leading the event as a former air ambulance and Search & Rescue pilot.
Here he speaks to 2 paramedics from @SECAmbulance about the strains of the job
(Video interview in KP link below)

William says in the video that any event he attended as a pilot involving children really affected him.
The Emergency Services Mental Health Symposium is being run by William and Kate’s Royal Foundation.

Speaking to emergency responders about their mental health, Prince William says of his time at @EastEnglandAmb
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“I also remember returning home with the stresses and strains of the day weighing on my mind, and wanting to avoid burdening my family with what I had seen.”

William: I would like to offer my heartfelt thanks on behalf of a grateful nation to all emergency responders…
The work you do is some of the toughest out there…
I would only ask that you look out for your own wellbeing, just as you tirelessly care for everyone else’s.

Part of speech

https://twitter.com/chris.../1463844341630259202?s=20

From KP
Thank you Will and Chloe for sharing your experiences of working as emergency responders and the mental health impact that this can have.

Watch the full conversation: https://youtu.be/OxHpZfz7ntw

The conversation will be played at today's Symposium, which will see 200 leaders from across fire, ambulance, police, and search and rescue from all four nations come together to address the mental health of their workforces.
https://twitter.com/Kensi.../1463799096959983617?s=20

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« Reply #10172 on: November 25, 2021, 02:11:55 PM »

NEW: The Duke of Cambridge has announced a package of mental health support for emergency service workers.

'Blue Light Together' aims to change the workplace culture on mental health and provide specialist support to emergency responders and their families.
https://twitter.com/Camer.../1463855237576470530?s=20

Created in partnership with The Royal Foundation @KensingtonRoyal, @TASCharity, @policecareuk & @firefighters999, #BlueLightTogether is full of information, tips from fellow emergency responders, & guides for your employers on how to best support you

https://bluelighttogether.org.uk/

Full story
The Duke of Cambridge has unveiled a landmark package of mental health support for emergency services workers

https://twitter.com/LBC/s.../1463855834623004677?s=20

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« Reply #10173 on: November 25, 2021, 04:04:34 PM »

William: doing causes of substance and related to his actual professional training.

His causes seem very relevant and consistent to me.
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« Reply #10174 on: Yesterday at 07:09:18 PM »

William is in Leeds today meeting organisations like the Refugee Council and individuals helping Afghan refugees settle in the UK, as well as meeting some of the refugees themselves



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« Reply #10175 on: Yesterday at 08:43:58 PM »

Duke of Cambridge meets Afghan refugees and charities in Leeds

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The Duke of Cambridge met Afghan refugees and those helping them to resettle in their new lives in the UK
The Duke of Cambridge has visited West Yorkshire to meet with those helping Afghan refugees resettle in the UK.
Prince William visited a hotel in Leeds to talk to families who recently left Afghanistan and to see how charities and local agencies are supporting them.
A family who fled the Taliban said the Duke had a "warm and welcoming" message for the refugees in the city.
He later met with a youth-led charity based in Harehills to learn about their work with young people in the area.

Hossain Saeedi left Afghanistan three months ago with his partner and their 10-year-old son and recently moved into a house.
"It was a great pleasure for us to meet with a member of the Royal Family, we didn't know about it until the very last minute so we were very excited when we knew," he said.

"He came with a very powerful, warm and welcoming message for the refugees, I think it was a very important visit."

Hossain Saeedi left Afghanistan three months ago and is now completing college courses in Leeds
Mr Saeedi, who has started to apply for jobs continued: "We've lost our friends, our network, our job, our life, and now we have to make everything from the beginning.

"We had been told that people living in the north were very welcoming and I can endorse that."
Enver Solomon, who is chief executive of the Refugee Council and also met the prince in Leeds, said: "You can tell it means a lot to him and he's really engaged with the issue, he wanted to know what the situation was like for Afghans not just in this hotel in Leeds but right across the country.
"He was really keen to understand some of the challenges they face when they have to try to integrate into the community and what can really help them.
The Duke of Cambridge visited the urban farm at Harehill's CATCH charity, which stands for Community Action To Create Hope
The Duke of Cambridge later visited the CATCH centre, which provides recreational activities and spaces for its young members as an alternative to being drawn into anti-social behaviour.
During the visit he also played table tennis with some of the charity's members and had a tour of their urban farm.



HRH The Duke of Cambridge presented
@QueensAwardVSto the multi award winning @CATCHLeeds today. They do amazing work with disadvantaged young people in the Harehills area of Leeds and beyond @KensingtonRoyal@RoyalFamily


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« Reply #10176 on: Yesterday at 11:27:18 PM »

Youth charities around the UK play such an important role in ensuring the future generation are given every chance to fulfil their ambitions. 
 
None more so than @CATCHLeeds, a youth led charity located in one of the more deprived areas of Leeds.
These young people are so inspiring – hearing their stories, what they’ve experienced and how they now want to help the next generation to ensure they don’t have to face the same difficulties is amazing.
 
Congratulations on receiving The Queens award for voluntary service.

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https://twitter.com/Kensi.../1465804955160391691?s=20
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