The Prince's Trust is celebrating 30 years of helping people to start their own businesses.
One of the 80,000 business owners who have been given support by them since 1983 is Clifford Harding from Birmingham.
Clifford is dyslexic and left school with barely any qualifications. He now runs a business called "Tune Times Tables" where he goes into schools to teach children maths through music. He got support to set up the firm from the Prince's Trust.
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