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Pupils' art on display
Nov 04, 2016 14:25 GMT
The artistic talents of Moray’s school pupils are to go on show at Elgin library over t...
Birmingham stroke survivor adds her voice to Lost for Words campaign
Nov 04, 2016 10:48 GMT
Birmingham stroke survivor and singer Ann Arscott, 54, is one of the hundreds of people...
Gateshead stroke survivor adds her voice to Lost for Words campaign
Nov 04, 2016 10:45 GMT
Gateshead stroke survivor Denise Groom, 58, is one of the hundreds of people living wit...
Hartlepool stroke survivor adds her voice to Lost for Words campaign
Nov 04, 2016 09:53 GMT
Hartlepool stroke survivor Dot Guttridge, 64, is one of the hundreds of people living w...
Derby stroke survivor adds his voice to Lost for Words campaign
Nov 04, 2016 09:40 GMT
Findern stroke survivor Robert Albutt, 54, is one of the hundreds of people living with...
Save the date: Launch event sixth European Working Conditions Survey – Overview report
Nov 03, 2016 17:15 GMT
Eurofound launches the overview report of its 6th European Working Conditions Survey (6...
Bury Council awarded Disability Confident Employer status
Nov 03, 2016 16:06 GMT
The Government has awarded Disability Confident Employer status to Bury Council.
Secretary General of UITP to discuss Uber and autonomous driving at International Railway Summit
Nov 03, 2016 14:00 GMT
International Railway Journal (IRJ) and IRITS Events Ltd are pleased to announce the p...
Building a future for Moray's young people
Nov 03, 2016 10:58 GMT
Moray Council is one of the principal public agencies involved in the development of em...
Wakey wakey – it’s time for Makey Makey!
Nov 03, 2016 10:57 GMT
Young people are invited to get messy and musical at a Makey Makey session at Unsworth ...
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