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Big Bang fair 2014 at Furness College in Barrow
STUDENTS from primary schools across South Cumbria and Evening Mail staff were live blogging from the Big Bang fair at Furness College.
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THE next generation of emergency fire and rescue operations staff are celebrating after completing their training.
RECENTLY, there has been promising news that the percentage of Furness young people not in employment, education or training has fallen significantly in comparison with past years. Compared to the figure of 5.4 per cent in September 2012 and 4.22 per cent in September 2013, only 4.04 per cent of young people in Furness were classed as Neet last month. SARAH WILLIAMS, Inspira’s area manager in Furness, says these figures can be further improved and describes how to access information about local job or training opportunities.
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