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Set-up as the Prison! Me! No Way! (PMNW) Project by 3 Prison Officers from HMP Hull in 1993, PMNW has operated as a registered charity; The No Way Trust Ltd since 1995, and has reached more than 5 million young people through the hard work and sheer determination of its volunteers, staff and trustees.

#MFCAwards are now open. The No Way Trust Limited (more commonly Known as Prison Me No Way) needs your help and your vote to help secure a grant of up to £25,000. The more votes we get, the bigger the grant we receive and most importantly thousands more children and young people get to access our revered learning for life programmes. All you have to do to vote is clink on the link mcf.org.uk/vote and scroll down to ‘Yorkshire North and East Ridings’ and select The No Way Trust Limited VOTE icon, leave your name and e-mail address and press vote. That’s all there is to it. Please ask your family, friends and colleagues to vote to. Thank you.


The Trust wants to raise awareness amongst young people, aged 8 to 18, about the causes, consequences, penalties and impact of crime.


The Trust wants young people to stay safe, aspire and become law abiding citizens.


The Trust seeks to be the leading youth crime prevention/learning for life charity in the country.


99 %

of pupils asked said that our PMNW Crime Day was 'valuable' or 'very valuable' during 2015

90 %

of the same sample of pupils said they would be less likely to commit a crime after experiencing one of these days

"This is convincing proof that the Trust engages and has a positive impact on young people."
– Paul Wilkinson, Chief Executive, PMNW


Winifred Holtby Academy- 27th June

28th June 2017

Winifred Holtby Academy- 27th June

The 27th June 2017 saw the PMNW team and supporting agencies pay the yearly visit to Winifred Holtby school in Hull. I would like to thank the ...

Bowmandale Primary- 19th June 2017

28th June 2017

Bowmandale Primary- 19th June 2017

Bowmandale Primary. 19/6/17   Our last Your Choice Day saw us go into Bowmandale Primary in Barton.   Thanks as ever to YMCA, ...