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The latest stories from The Prince's Trust.

  • Oil and gas industry leaders united to raise £150,000 last night (9th October) at the Energy for Youth dinner at The Savoy, which will help get vulnerable young people back into work, education or training.
  • We recognise the contribution that secondees from the Civil Service have made to the Team programme.
  • Congratulations to Georgia Hardie, who turned her life around with support from The Prince's Trust, and has been announced as winner of The Prince's Trust Young Achiever of the Year Award.
  • More than 4,000 people saddled up for the ninth sold-out Palace to Palace bike ride last week (Sunday 5 October), supported by Saudi Aramco, collectively cycling over 202,995 miles from Buckingham Palace to Windsor Castle.
  • The Prince's Trust helps unemployed young people start their own businesses. Anyone can have a business idea. Tell us yours and we could help get it off the ground.
  • 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.

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