South of England
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His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales opened a new Prince’s Trust Morgan Stanley Centre in Tower Hamlets today (13 May)to tackle youth unemployment in East London.
HRH The Prince of Wales visited the flagship Marks & Spencer store in Marble Arch, London, to meet a group of unemployed young people who had successfully completed the Make Your Mark programme.
Dermot Finch, regional director for the South of England, tells us why The Prince's Trust Morgan Stanley Centre is hoping to give a boost to its local community.
Seema Awan, our Senior Job Ambassador for the South of England, reveals what she learnt on a recent training course.
A group of unemployed young people in Bristol joined forces with local charities Paul’s Place and LinkAge to produce a radio show, as part of a Truth about Youth project.
We held our annual Red Dinner fundraising event at Clifton College last week, to help support unemployed young people in the South West.
A new course, titled ‘Paradise Kitchen’ recently launched at the Bristol Centre. The course aims to develop young people’s cooking skills and also help them progress onto a hospitality course.
The Prince’s Trust Morgan Stanley Centre will support hundreds of young people in the capital every year.
Despite the cold weather, 40 runners completed the Vitality Bath Half Marathon on Sunday 1st March, to raise funds for The Prince's Trust in the South West.
Fifteen unemployed young people and members from Elder Tree took to the stage at the Theatre Royal Plymouth last week.