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No Pomp, No Fan Fare – The Wessex Couple Volunteered York Road Project

 

No Pomp, No Fan Fare - The Wessex Couple Volunteered York Road Project
York Road Project

The Earl and Countess of Wessex, Prince Edward and his wife Sophie, volunteered at the homeless charity – York Road Project. The couple spent time making ginger biscuits and banana muffins. The charity shared the pictures on its social media.

The Earl and Countess of Wessex join volunteers at York Road Project, Woking.

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— York Road Project (@YorkRoadProject) March 12, 2021

The Charity said, “York Road Project, a charity providing support and accommodation to those experiencing homelessness in Woking, was delighted to welcome Their Royal Highnesses The Earl and Countess of Wessex as volunteers to their temporary facility at the HG Wells Conference Centre in Woking on the 10th March.”
 
 

The Earl and Countess of Wessex, Prince Edward and his wife Sophie, volunteered at the homeless charity - York Road Project.
York Road Project

 
YRP has been working since the beginning of the lockdown to support the homeless and those who are at risk. The Earl and Countess helped preparing lunchtime snacks for the clients which included banana muffins, sausage rolls, cheese and onion twists and ginger biscuits. They also helped the staff packing goodies bags that included include fruit, snacks, toiletries and the necessities to make hot drinks.
 

Cherisse Dealtry, CEO of York Road Project said “It was lovely to welcome back The Countess of Wessex to volunteer again and to meet HRH the Earl of Wessex for the first time. We are honoured to have both of them come and volunteer with us for the morning and hear about the work we continue to do here in Woking.

presented with a goody bag which included their current campaign called ‘Grow Me Be Happy’.
York Road Project

The couple was presented with a goody bag which included their current campaign called ‘Grow Me Be Happy’. The project is helping to raise awareness of good mental health & wellbeing for clients, staff and volunteers both at work and at home. 

The Grand President of St John Ambulance and a care volunteer for the charity, The Countess of Wessex started volunteering at its vaccination centre to assist the Covid-19 vaccine rollout across the country.
The Royal Family

This is not the first time we saw Sophie volunteering. We recently saw her supporting the frontline workers at St John Ambulance and a care.

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