THE North West's most inspiring young people were recognised at a glittering awards ceremony at The Comedy Store on 6 November.
The Prince's Trust and Samsung Celebrate Success Awards marked the achievements of exceptional young people in education, skills development, employment, enterprise and in the community.
The awards celebrate the achievements of young people who have battled against the odds and worked incredibly hard to improve their lives
The awards were attended by over 200 people. Afterwards, sponsors were treated to a drinks reception at Per Tutti, sponsored by Manchester Confidential.
Now in their tenth year, the awards have celebrated the achievements of over 5,500 young people who have battled against the odds and worked incredibly hard to improve their lives.
Last year alone, The Prince’s Trust helped 5,800 young people across the North West, offering them practical support including training, mentoring and basic financial assistance to help them move into work, education or training.
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