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Lexus leads the way on Prince’s Trust fashion dinner

Prince's Trust Yorkshire and Humber Fashion Dinner, featuring fashion by Amanda Wakeley and car by Lexus at Bowcliffe Hall. - Picture date Tuesday 30 August, 2016 (Bramham, West Yorkshire) Photo copyright, contact for licensing. For licensed images, credit should read: Jonathan Pow/

Vantage Motor Group is extending its support for The Prince’s Trust in the 40th anniversary year of the charity founded by HRH the Prince of Wales.

The Group’s Lexus Leeds operation is sponsoring the youth charity’s annual fundraising Fashion Dinner for Yorkshire and the Humber. 

Lexus Leeds is the headline sponsor of the annual dinner which will be hosted by BBC Breakfast’s Sally Nugent at Bowcliffe Hall in Bramham on 17 November.

The event will feature a catwalk from renowned designer and luxury brand, Amanda Wakeley, a champagne reception and three-course meal, live and silent auctions, and speeches from some of the young people The Prince’s Trust has helped. 

Vantage became a Patron of The Prince’s Trust in April this year, with its managing director, Mark Robinson, joining the charity’s regional development committee for Yorkshire and the Humber

Mark said: “The Prince’s Trust supports almost 5,000 young people in the region a year and has helped over 825,000 nationally to move into work, education or training. As a Group, we share the same values and have supported the careers of many young people across Yorkshire and beyond.

“This year’s Fashion Dinner is set to be the biggest and best yet and we’re delighted to be able to support such a great event and charity – we can’t wait for the night itself!”   

The annual Fashion Dinner is one of Yorkshire’s largest fundraising events for The Prince’s Trust and has raised almost £500,000 since it began. All the proceeds from the evening will go to supporting young people, allowing them to gain skills, training, and experience needed to get into work or education.

Every year, The Prince’s Trust supports almost 5,000 young people facing poverty, chaotic family backgrounds and low self-esteem in Yorkshire alone.

The event takes place on 17 November and is expected to be attended by over 250 guests.


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