Prince Harry paid a visit to the two children's projects he supports in Nottingham
Harry, who visited in October, returned to the Coach Core and Full Effect programmes which help young people in the city.
Full Effect helps support children and teenagers in St Ann's to deter them from becoming involved in youth violence and gangs.
Harry joined a Full Effect music and sports sessions at Nottingham Academy and will be seeing the difference made by a new drive to mentor secondary school students.
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He also attended a Coach Core graduation ceremony including many of the teenagers he met on his last visit.
The scheme works with 16 to 24-year-olds, developing them into fully fledged sports coaches and, through its professional partnerships, getting them into jobs.
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He attended a Coach Core graduation ceremony including teenagers he'd met on his last visit
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Coach Core, in its fifth year, is run by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry's Royal Foundation and is on track to be in 10 UK cities by the spring.
The Trent Bridge Community Trust, Nottingham Rugby Club, the National Ice Centre, Epic Partners, Notts County FC Football in the Community and Nottingham Forest in the Community are among the established sports clubs and charities it works with.