Prince's Trust News

Want to hear what's been going on at The Trust near you? Read the latest stories and updates from the regions and countries:

  • A group of Fairbridge young people took technology to a new level this month when they were given the challenge of building their very own hand held games consoles.
  • Pop star launches fundraising campaign to raise £2m to help us support the region’s most vulnerable young people to transform their lives.
  • A group of young people on the Fairbridge programme in Bristol completed a high ropes course
  • Young people, staff and guests of the Bristol centre joined together for a Christmas meal cooked by the young people on the Fairbridge programme last month.
  • The Prince’s Trust is running a course in Wrexham to help unemployed young people from the area find work in the care industry.
  • Deputy First Minister John Swinney visited The Prince's Trust new headquarters on Bridge Street in Glasgow to announce over £500,000 of support to help vulnerable young people get back into work, education or training.
  • A group of unemployed young people from Cardiff and Newport volunteered their time to organise a special party for residents, staff and family at a nursing home in St. Mellon’s last month.
  • Identical twin brothers, who set up their own large-scale projection business, are celebrating a boost from The Prince’s Trust and the BT Scotland Young Entrepreneurs scheme.
  • Kirstie is a mother-of-two who has been volunteering with The Prince’s Trust for several years now. But her work doesn't stop there. She's also one of our Celebrity Ambassadors, as she one of Downtown Radio’s morning breakfast show hosts.
  • A group of unemployed young people are celebrating gaining skills and experience at an event to mark the two year anniversary of Truth about Youth.