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Prince William tries blindfold archery at new centre

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Prince William has been visiting a new treatment centre in North Wales, for ex-servicemen and women who have lost their sight.

The Prince who's currently based at RAF Valley on Anglesey learned how the St Dunstan's charity helps dozens of people every year.

At one point he put on a blindfold to simulate the loss of sight during an archery lesson.

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