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The Prince's Trust - Kennington Centre

The Prince's Trust Kennington Centre currently offers the Fairbridge programme. This is an individually tailored personal development programme for young people aged 13-25, combining one-to-one support and group activities.

The Kennington Centre works primarily with young people in the London boroughs of Lambeth, Southwark, Wandsworth and Lewisham, however, their services are available to all young people from across the capital.

Want to join the Fairbridge programme?

Are you currently unemployed, aged between 13 and 25 years old, and interested in joining the Fairbridge programme? Please get in touch using the details below, or drop into the centre for more information.

Who to contact


Parent Organisation
The Prince's Trust

Where to go

First Floor
Salisbury House
5 Cranmer Road
Get directions

Buses: 36, 185, 436, 159, 3,133, 333,155 (bus stops on Brixton Road and Camberwell New Road)

Nearest tube: Oval station (Northern line)

Parking: Unfortunately there is limited parking space. We advise you to park on one of the side roads which are metered.

By foot from Oval tube: Come out of the tube entrance and cross over the road. You will see a church in front of you. Walk straight ahead keeping the Church to your right, until you reach the traffic lights at the top of Brixton Road. Cross over the road and turn right down Brixton Road. Keep walking until you reach the first turning on your left (Cranmer Road). Turn left down Cranmer Road and walk for a few seconds. The Prince's Trust centre is on your left with a brown glass entrance hall.

Local Offer


What is Wandsworth’s Local Offer ?

Young people can refer themselves direct to the Prince's Trust.  Parents, carers or professionals working with young people can also refer them. 

Most of the Prince's Trust programmes start with a taster day, for you to find out more and to see if the programme will suit you.

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