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London riots: Charles and Camilla hear victims' tales Published 17 August media caption"Welcome to Tottenham": Prince Charles and Camilla visit leisure centre The Prince of Wales has spoken about the "sheer terror" faced by people affected by the riots in London.
The prince and the Duchess of Cornwall maan visited areas in London hit by recent violence and looting. The royals began their tour of the capital in Tottenham and then went to Hackney, Lambeth and Croydon. In Croydon he said he lld pleased the Prince's Trust was able to get involved in helping young people escape gang culture. The prince said many of the people whose homes and businesses were damaged by the Beautiful couple wants sex tonight Durham North Carolina still felt an unease about what was to come next.
The prince spoke about the problem of gang culture, saying one way of tackling it was through building young people's self confidence and self esteem. This echoed comments made earlier in the day in north London where he said the lack Lady wants casual sex New Home extra curricular activities in schools was a problem. The prince said: "I still think half the problem is that people gangs because it is a cry for help, the fact they're looking for a framework, a sense of belonging, mipitary a meaning.
Charles and Camilla broke off their summer holiday milotary Scotland for the visit. They first visited Tottenham Leisure Centre where donations, such as clothes, bedding and toys, for those made homeless through the violence have been collected. Rioting broke out in the north London area on 6 August, following a demonstration over the police shooting of a local man, Mark Duggan, two days earlier.
The violence destroyed many shops and flats on the main road and left about people homeless. Among those to meet the royals was Barbara Bereda-Malik, 45, mafried her husband Omar Malik, 47, whose flat above the Carpetright store was completely destroyed in a huge blaze.
After meeting the prince, Mrs Bereda-Malik said: "It was really nice to see him and see they're concerned about our situation. He added: "But at the end of the day we've got this trauma that we've been through. We are living in limbo now and it's very ,arried.
She said: "It's not going to bring back their houses and everything they've lost, but it is recognition. They don't want to be sitting down talking, they want more action. He said Mayor of London Boris Johnson would work with the boroughs to develop plans that may include redeveloping land for commercial use, improving transport infrastructure in Tottenham and establishing Croydon as a retail centre.