Princes Trust Chooses Evans Easyspace

12th April 2012

The Princes Trust has taken 424 sq ft within Evans Easyspace offices at The Gateway, Sheffield.

The deal was agreed under the terms of Evans Easyspace's flexible licence agreement. Sam Kennedy, Regional Director for The Prince's Trust in Yorkshire, said: We would like to thank The Gateway for letting The Trust use their offices and helping to change the lives of many young people in Sheffield. The offices have excellent links to public transport and are located in the city centre which means it's extremely easy to access for young people. The facilities are also fantastic and it enables our staff to give young people in Sheffield the best support possible. Centre Manager at The Gateway Kara McLean, for Evans Easyspace said: I am delighted to have let space to The Prince's Trust. The building is in a fantastic location and the facilities are second to none, we are currently experiencing a lot of interest. The centre is really coming to life and we are building a fantastic atmosphere. For further details call 0800 039 3900 or visit www.evanseasyspace.com 

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