Recite Me is delighted to announce that our Founder and CEO, Ross Linnett, will be attending The Prince’s Trust and TK Maxx and Homesense Awards at the London Palladium on Tuesday 6th March.
As one of the UK’s most successful charities, The Prince’s Trust, founded in 1976 by HRH The Prince of Wales, helps young people throughout the UK improve their lives through jobs, education and industry training. Celebrity ambassadors have included Idris Elba, Tom Hardy, and Newcastle’s very own Ant & Dec and Cheryl.
The Regional Prince’s Trust Awards kicked off back in 2017 with ten regional events across the UK to find the most inspirational and hard-working young people. Winners from Recite Me’s own hometown of Newcastle included young people who achieved success despite difficulties through mental illness, genetic diseases, learning disabilities and asylum seeking.
Recite Me would like to congratulate the following Prince’s Trust Regional Award Winners from Newcastle:
Young Achiever of the Year – Andrew Wakefield
Young Ambassador of the Year – Tom Rebair
Enterprise Award – Glen Purves
Rising Star Award – Yasmina Magdy
Community Impact Award – Stockton Riverside College (SRC)
Breakthrough Award – James Peter
Educational Achiever of the Year – Ryan Watson
For more information on the regional award winners’ stories, visit The Prince’s Trust website.
The regional award winners have all been invited to attend the national award ceremony on the 6th March, alongside supporters, volunteers and celebrity ambassadors.
At Recite Me, we believe that no obstacle should hold you back. In fact, we believe that these challenges can bring out the best in all of us. We are honoured to be part of this special night and to be surrounded by inspiring, determined young people from around the country.
See you in London