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Images Dated 14th September 2021

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140921HOUSE Featured 14 Sep 2021 Print

140921HOUSE

Pictured Michelle Love-Bicknell who lives on Church Close, Kingshurst, Solihull, with her family of eight who are living currently living in a three-bedroom house with a private landlord who has served them with a section 21 order. Now Michelle and her family are waiting for the Council to help them with a new home

14/09/2021Workshop Featured 14 Sep 2021 Print

14/09/2021Workshop

Pictured: Cllr Simon Tagg, Mayor Ken Owen, and Sinead Butters - Aspire CEO
Build your new career in The WorkShop
Jobseekers in Newcastle-under-Lyme will soon have welcome support at hand, with the
launch of a free employment and skills hub in the town centre.
Opening to the public on 15 th September, The WorkShop will offer tailored and personalised career
support to all who are interested in accessing training, employment or education.
The WorkShop ?the result of collaboration between Realise charity, Newcastle-under-Lyme
Borough Council, and a broad range of local partners ?will be the focus of a new joined up initiative
to tackle unemployment in Newcastle and the wider area.
Sophia Snell is Charity Manager of Realise, which has supported local people into employment for
over 10 years. Sophia said: ?e?e delighted to open The WorkShop to the public and to offer such a
necessary boost to employment and skills support in North Staffordshire.
?he WorkShop will be a dedicated, welcoming and supportive hub, right in the heart of our town
centre. It? the result of an incredible collaboration between so many passionate local partners, and
we?e looking forward to seeing some fantastic results as this partnership continues.?The WorkShop will provide a holistic service, supporting individuals with everything from accessing
training, to searching for a job, learning how to write a CV, and even getting support establishing
their own business.
It is housed in a long-term vacant shop unit ?in the central and accessible Lancaster Building off
Merrial Street ?which has been renovated and converted thanks to funding from Newcastle?
advanced Town Deal. Money from this Government grant is also allowing the Council to create more
useable office space at the adjacent Guildhall for more intensive, one-to-one meetings.
Council Leader Simon Tagg said: ?ne of the Council? key priorities is growing people and places;
building a strong and sustainable economy to ensure opportunities and support are available to
everyone so that they can improve their lives.
?hrough our work with partners to develop an investment plan for Newcastle? Town Deal ?and
respond to growing challenges during the pandemic ?it became clear that there is a real need for
something like this in Newcastle. Together we?e made this happen and I? delighted the
hub is opening today. The WorkShop is a fantastic addition to the town centre.
?esidents can access advice, direct support and sign-posting to help them access or move towards
employment through skills development, training and retraining. It? also fantastic to see a long-term
vacant shop being brought back into use.?The WorkShop will be open from 10am to 5pm, Monday to Friday, and 10am to 1pm on Saturdays.
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140921CATS Featured 14 Sep 2021 Print

140921CATS

Pictured Lindsay Simcox, 43 at home with some of her 11 cats at the family home in West Bromwich, West Midlands, Lindsay and her family are now facing being evicted from their Midland Heart housing association home because of to many cat in the property. They have now been ordered to get ride of the cats