South of England

Latest stories from the region:

  • Bullying at school left Michelle with a lack of confidence and terrified of the thought of socialising with new people. While taking part in The Prince’s Trust Team programme, Michelle found a new sense of self belief and is now much more confident in her ability to communicate.
  • Hundreds of our supporters attended our EMC Family Festival yesterday (Sunday 7th June) at the HAC's Artillery Garden marquee, raising vital funds to support vulnerable young people.
  • The Prince’s Trust annual clay pigeon shoot at Eastnor Castle, sponsored by Listers Jaguar Land Rover, Warner Matthews Asset Management and Land Rover, raised more than £45,000 last month.
  • 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.