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New Website for Work in Wiltshire

The new Work Wiltshire website - launched by Wiltshire Council this July - has vital employment and skills information all in one place. Along with young people, it also advises employers, those who are vulnerable, have complex needs or disabilities and people who require financial support.

The website is a result of engagement with partners including local schools, Carer Support Wiltshire and Community First to ensure the website provides the most up to date and relevant information for users.

Cabinet member for children, education and skills Laura Mayes said: "I would encourage all young people to visit the website. It's an effective tool full of great information at what can be a confusing time for some. There is something for everyone and it's so accessible as it's all in one place."

Visit the site at to find out more

TEN makes Armed Forces Covenant Committment

The Enterprise Network became the 165th organisation to adopt the Armed Forces Covenant in the South West, among the 1,100 businesses who have already made their pledges across the UK when they signed their pledge at the BFRS Tidworth Job & Careers Fair last week.

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