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New skills for borough's youngsters

PUBLISHED: 13:44 24 June 2008 | UPDATED: 10:18 11 August 2010

UNEMPLOYED young people in the borough are to be given a helping hand through a new scheme run by The Prince s Trust. The Princes Trust is a 12 week programme aimed at people aged 16-25 who are currently unemployed, and has teamed up with the council to

UNEMPLOYED young people in the borough are to be given a helping hand through a new scheme run by The Prince's Trust.

The Princes Trust is a 12 week programme aimed at people aged 16-25 who are currently unemployed, and has teamed up with the council to help young people learn new skills and find employment or.

The Prince's Trust Team have been on a residential activity week of team challenges, raised £500 for Hopefield Animal Sanctuary from a sponsored triathlon and undertaken work experience as part of the initiative.

A spokesperson for the council said: "The programme has developed real life-skills that will stand these young people in good stead for the future.


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