Prince Harry visits Nottingham to mark World Mental Health Day

Video: Prince Harry is greeted by Trevor Rose at CRS in St Ann’s.

Prince Harry has visited Nottingham as part of World Mental Health Day, returning to two places in St Ann’s he’s known to closely support.

The Duke of Sussex was at Nottingham Academy’s Ransom Road Campus and later the Community Recording Studio.

He was at the academy to see EPIC Partners mentoring then saw

Both initiatives aim to improve the opportunities for young people and prevent them from becoming involved in youth violence and crime.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited Nottingham Academy in November 2017 as their first official visit following their engagement.

As part of this trip, The Duke will be reunited with a number of students who he met in 2017 as well as new Year 7 and 8 students who are on the mentoring scheme.

At CRS he met some of the young people who are developing a new Hip Hopera that highlights mental health issues.

They also shared some of their personal experiences with The Duke, before performing an extract of the Hip Hopera.

Thursday’s official visit, which was kept to private engagements, without a royal walk about which sometimes appears, is Prince Harry’s ninth visit to the city.


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