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The media centre lists the key contacts, campaigns, news and issues for The Prince's Trust.

 

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  • HRH The Prince of Wales visited a furniture designer’s workshop in Bermondsey, London, to meet design entrepreneurs supported by The Trust's Enterprise programme.
  • For more than 15 years, The Trust has been supporting Pennine Lancashire’s most disadvantaged young people. This month sees the opening of a brand new Prince's Trust centre at Sandygate Mill in Burnley.
  • New research from The Prince’s Trust and HSBC indicates that the construction industry is facing serious skills gaps, which will continue to grow if the UK fails to train up the next generation of young people.
  • Business leaders believe recruitment of young people is vital to avert skills shortages in the science, technology and engineering industries.
  • UK employers say they are struggling to recruit, yet hundreds of thousands of unemployed young people are desperate for work. We need to work together to up-skill the workforce of the future.We need to work together to up-skill the workforce of the future.
  • HRH The Prince of Wales visited Looe fish market where he met young people who have changed their lives with help from The Trust.
  • The stars and cars of F1 were out on the red carpet in the City of London last night (Thursday 3rd July) to celebrate the British Grand Prix and help raise money for The Prince’s Trust.
  • Young people completing a Prince’s Trust course were today visited by will.i.am, who saw how his £500,000 donation is making a difference to the lives of disadvantaged young people across the UK.
  • Today sees the launch of the Fair Education Alliance – a coalition committed to closing the achievement gap between young people from the UK’s poorest communities and their wealthier peers.
  • The Prince’s Trust Scotland is celebrating a huge milestone, as the Team programme in Scotland supports its 1,000th young person this year.

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The Prince's Trust Factsheet 2013/14

The Trust helped over 58,804 young people last year.