Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit Luton to raise awareness of mental health

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive at Bute Mill in Luton Credit: PA

Video report by ITV News Anglia's Sarah Cooper.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been in Luton today, to continue to raise awareness on mental health.

They first visited a new multi-million pound centre in Bute Mills, run by the the charity Youthscape, which works to support young people.

It reopened in April after a £3.2 million revamp.

The Duchess of Cambridge is presented with a posy of flowers as she leaves Bute Mills in Luton Credit: PA

It was part of flying visit to the town which also saw William and Kate visit Keech Hospice, to mark its 25-year anniversary and take a tour of the adult and child facilities.

It was also a chance to meet hospice staff and some of the residents.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are presented with a personalised memory jar from a young boy Credit: PA

There was flag waving and cheering to welcome the Royals to the town.

Some had even come all the way from America, just to get a glimpse of the Royal couple.

Dalene and Joni have come all the way from New Jersey Credit: ITV News Anglia

Their visit in Luton finished at engineering company Hayward Tyler.

It was to open a new development and present staff with the Queen's Award for Enterprise.