On Friday, November 29, His Royal Highness The Duke of Cambridge visited the St. Basil’s, a homeless charity and shelter, in Birmingham to “…endorse the End Youth Homelessness alliance.”
According to Kensington Palace the St. Basil’s charity is an “…affiliate of the homeless charity Centrepoint. [St. Basil’s] offers a safe, supported environment, accommodation and access to training and education…”
Thereafter, the duke visited the new £189 million Library of Birmingham one of the largest public libraries in the United Kingdom. Whilst there the duke met with staff, volunteers and youth who came out to see their future king.
The Duke of Cambridge concluded his visit to Birmingham with tour of the South and City College Birmingham.
For more information about today’s activities as well as to view photos please click the links below.