WIlliam and Kate visit Church on the Street in Burnley

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have visited Church on the Street in Burnley – the second of two engagements in Lancashire. Church on the Street is a refuge and safe space for anyone in the community who may be struggling. Pastor Mick Fleming is a former drug dealer who founded the charity in 2019 to help the homeless and people living in poverty. Report by Iain Jones.

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