GOOD causes that help some of the most vulnerable in Oxford are set to get royal recognition today with a visit from Prince Harry.

The Duke of Sussex, who welcomed son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor last week with wife Meghan, will be in the city celebrating organisations that work with sick children, disabled adults and young people from disadvantaged backgrounds.

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He will first visit Oxford Children’s Hospital to meet staff and patients, including 13-year-old Mikalya Beames who previously met the Duke at the WellChild Awards in 2016.

Prince Harry will next visit OXSRAD Disability Sports and Leisure Centre where he will meet people benefitting from the facilities offered by the centre.

This will include those participating in Rebound Therapy and physiotherapy programmes, before unveiling a plaque to commemorate his visit.

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The centre was opened in 1989 by his mother Princess Diana.

The inclusive centre has been supporting people with disabilities through sport and physical exercise for 30 years, offering rehabilitation sessions as well as fitness classes and gym facilities.

Read our look back at the centre and it's history on the 25th birthday

He will then move on to Barton Neighbourhood Centre, spending time meeting members of the public gathered outside.

The Royal will then learn more about the work of Thrive Teams, a charity working in Barton, which aims to develop young leaders living in disadvantaged areas to create positive change within their communities.

Prince Harry will also visit the centre's community food bank and cafe to learn more about what the service before officially re-opening the newly renovated Neighbourhood Centre.