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WIN! A days routing/basic woodwork training with BBC Young Carpenter of the Year: Tibby Singh

After reading the routing feature from Trend, you should be itching to get your hands on a router and try some woodworking projects in your home. Trend’s Facebook page has some great tips: As well as their YouTube channel: TrendMachinery But how about going one step better and learning from one of the very best? Tibby Singh is an award winning carpenter with ...

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A week in the life of a foster carer

What does a typical week look like for a foster carer? The answer: there is no typical week! With children to care for, meetings to attend, paperwork to complete, there is never a dull moment in our lives as foster carers. What do we enjoy about being foster carers? The fun and privilege of being part of the children and young people’s lives that we care for and the great sense of pride we get from our youn ...

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Dispelling the myths on recruitment

In recent years, the perception of the recruitment industry has changed drastically. It is now seen as a career of choice for many aspirational professionals and has largely moved away from the tainted image it once had. Despite this, however, there are still a number of misconceptions about the hiring arena. So what are they? I’ll spend all day cold calling This is perhaps one of the more common misconcept ...

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Preparing your body for the marathon

The recent London Marathon may have been inspiring enough to encourage some of you to sign up for next year.  These events are amazing and for those looking at participating there is a lot of preparation required – not just in the weeks running up to the event.   One of the best ways you can prepare your body is through the right nutrition. The event may not be for another year but starting now is one of th ...

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