The Cambridgeshire Bobby Scheme is celebrating 15 years of service with a royal visit.
Last Friday, September 23, the Duke of Gloucester visited the scheme to recognise the work of the charity, which has provided support to almost 25,000 vulnerable people in the county over those years.
Lord Lieutenant Sir Hugh Duberly received the Duke and presented him to the Chair of Trustees Judy Pearson, and the Trust staff, who explained the work of the scheme and the impact their work has on the most vulnerable people in the county. He also met some partners, including the Fire Service and Age UK, and beneficiaries of the charity
Shirley Simpson, the charity’s Trust Manager, said: “It was a great honour for the Duke of Gloucester to come and see us and learn about the work we have been doing for the past 15 years.