Prince Guillaume visits Stëmm vun der Strooss

Prince Guillaume visits Stëmm vun der Strooss

It is an unexpected, spontaneous and above all very special visit that Prince Guillaume decided to make to the Stëmm vun der Strooss at the end of June. He came to the premises of the social restaurant Stëmm vun der Strooss in Hollerich and the professional reintegration workshop Caddy located at Bonnevoie. A very nice surprise for the clients and for the neighborhood who deeply applauded his arrival. People working in different entities such as Kleederstuff, redaction, delivery and restoration of 7 rue de la Fonderie, but also those of the Caddy located at 105 rue du cimetière, gave him a warm welcome. Photos sessions, smiles proudness and emotions were the key words of this exceptional meeting.

Recently became dad of Prince Charles, Prince Guillaume was seen receiving from the Vice President of the Stëmm vun der Strooss, André Theisen, pretty little knitted socks as well as a generous basket of organic fruits and vegetables. Alexandra Oxacelay, managing director of the association did a special comment to underline the source of those foodstuffs.She took the opportunity to highlight the origin of these foodstuffs gathered in the garden of the post-therapy center in Schoenfels. « Enjoy those products, because if the parent’s are healthy, baby will also be healthy. »

Throughout this visit, the Prince was not only concerned and challenged by the sad increase in poverty but also interested in the various activities offered by the Stëmm, but above all, very attentive to the disadvantaged people present that day. During the trajectory on there way to the Caddy, Alexandra Oxacelay and André Theisen provided details of the emergency reception services grouped together in the train station and Bonnevoie districts over a few square kilometers and which come to the aid of the most disadvantaged people. On his arrival at Caddy, Prince Guillaume was greeted with freshly squeezed fruit juice and grateful smiles.

For educators and the forgotten by society, this day will remain in their memory for a long time.

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