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SPARK calls for award nominations

SPARK, the network for young’s people’s organisations in East Sussex, is inviting member groups to apply for one of its 2016 awards. Winners will be announced at a ceremony in May, for which the main sponsor is the East Sussex Fire & Rescue Service. Nick Terdre reports.

Posted 16:40 Monday, Feb 22, 2016 In: Grassroots Tags: Ashdown Audio Visual Craftimation Factory Create 51 David Kemp Education Futures Trust Firewise Little Gate Farm Nick Terdre Paula Woolven Redhead Design Respond Academy RSPCA Mallydams Wood Safe Drive Stay Alive Seaford Musical Theatre Juniors South Downs National Park Authority SPARK Sussex Coast College Sussex Downs College Sussex Police Wave Leisure

Apprenticeships

Our third story in Get a Life looks at the apprenticeship opportunities available within the Hastings and St Leonards area. This week we look closely at apprenticeship subjects such as Hairdressing, Mechanical Engineering and Retail Management etc. Jessica Parker discusses the options available.

Posted 18:43 Sunday, May 18, 2014 In: Get a Life Tags: Access Apprenticeships Apprentico Beauty Therapy Ben Wood Bexhill College Brighton and Hove Business Carpentry and Joinery Central Sussex College City College Creative and Digital Media Engineering and Manufacturing Get a Life Hairdressing Jessica Parker Learndirect Let's Do Business Mechanical Northbrook College Partners 4 Training Retail and Sales Runway Apprenticeships Smart training and recruitment Sussex Coast College Sussex Downs College TLC

Hastings Furniture Service: the first 25 years

Hastings Furniture Service has been making its presence felt in town for 25 years – its mission is to provide affordable furniture and electrical goods to low-income families. Among its other activities it provides training in relevant skills such as furniture restoration for the unemployed and unqualified, and opportunities for volunteers to make a worthwhile contribution. Comedian Mark Thomas is also part of the story, as chief executive Naomi Ridley explained to Nick Terdre.

Posted 12:34 Tuesday, Dec 31, 2013 In: Home Ground Tags: Action for Change City & Guilds qualifications Community Partnership fund De La Warr Hastings Borough Council Hastings Furniture Service HFS L-earn Mark Thomas Naomi Ridley Neil Choudbury Nick Terdre Own Grown Rother District Council Sussex Coast College Sussex Downs College women's refuges
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