Chance to Start Over Again

By Rob George Tuesday 19 February 2013 Updated: 22/02 11:10

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Coun Richard Morris (left) with some of people who have been helped thanks to the Start All Over Again showcase. (s)

THE LATEST in a series of meetings for Droitwich business people who are looking to get back on the employment ladder takes place on Thursday (February 28).

As part of the Start All Over Again showcase, Spa councillor Richard Morris has invited people to find out more about redundancy and job searches. The meeting will be held at the Chateau Impney from 7pm to 9pm.

The group was set up four years ago and has helped more than 100 people find their way back into the world of work.

Richard said: "The group has, until now, supported those made redundant across Worcestershire but will now look to support

any business people across Worcestershire who are unemployed."

E-mail richmoz@hotmail.com for more information.

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