Latest stories from the region:
Teams taking part in the West Midlands regional Million Makers competition have pitched business plans in order to secure £1,500 seed funding ahead of their six month fundraising challenge.
PC Sonya Hill, a Prince’s Trust coordinator for the West Midlands Police, has been honoured with an MBE (Member of the British Empire) in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.
Million Makers Race Day event raises over £4,000 for The Prince's Trust, taking the Briggs Equipment team to the halfway point in their fundraising challenge.
Caleb Kempson had the experience of a lifetime when he met his idol - John Findlay, founder and owner of Roaming Robots, the company behind Robot Wars.
The 2014 Prince’s Trust Charity Golf Day for Herefordshire and Worcestershire raised £5,250 to support disadvantaged young people.
On the 23rd July 2014, Colin White of Ortus group is to complete a grueling 300 mile bike ride finishing in a sprint up the Champs- Elysées, one day before the end of Tour de France.
On Friday 13 June The Alton Towers Resort celebrated its new partnership with The Prince’s Trust, 11 young people completed the four week Get into Customer Service programme and all now have jobs at the resort.
The Volunteering and Secondments team in the Central Region have been working alongside our Corporate Partners to find even more ways for them to support Prince's Trust young people.
More than 30 teams took part in the Hereford & Worcester Development Committee's quiz night to raise money to support unemployed young people.
Twenty-two-year-old Rhys Lawrey left the Triumph motorcycle factory in Hinckley on 2 May to begin an epic record-breaking ride around the world.