The Prince of Wales to Meet Prince’s Trust Young Entrepreneurs

The Prince of Wales during a visit to Bangor Market where he walked around and meeting stall holders at the open-air market, May , 2021.


Thursday 11th November 2021 

The Prince of Wales, President of the Prince’s Trust, will meet Prince’s Trust Young Entrepreneurs supported through the Enterprise programme at the Brixton NatWest Branch.

The Prince of Wales will be greeted on arrival by Deputy Lieutenant of Greater London, Ms Rosi Prescott. 

His Royal Highness will then be introduced to Lambeth Council Members alongside Branch Manager Brixton NatWest, Mr Kemal Kemal, Director of Corporate and Government Partnerships of The Prince’s Trust, Mr Benjamin Marson and Chief Executive of NatWest, Mrs Alison Rose. 

Accompanied by Mr Marson and Mrs Rose, His Royal Highness will then meet with 

young people who will showcase and tell The Prince of their business success stories. 

His Royal Highness will proceed on to thank senior NatWest leaders and a number of key stakeholders for their unwavering support of The Prince’s Trust programmes. 

Finally, The Prince will join a private roundtable on the first floor with young people. 

NatWest staff will line the departure route. 

The Prince last visited Brixton with The Duchess of Cornwall in February 2017. 

NatWest has donated to the Prince’s Trust since 1976 and been partnered formally with the Prince’s Trust for over twenty years. 

Since 2009, NatWest has helped fund almost seven and a half thousand young people to take part in the “Enterprise” programme. 

The Enterprise Relief Fund was an emergency fund set up by your Trust and NatWest during the pandemic in 2020. The fund provided emergency grants to young people under thirty who were self-employed and ran a business but did not qualify for government support. A total of £3.7 million in grants were awarded. An additional 351 young people have received a grant funded by NatWest through the “Enterprise” programme. 

In the past three years, 754 NatWest staff have volunteered with the Trust, supporting over 2,618 young people across a number of programmes including “Enterprise”, “Team” and “Achieve”. 

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