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Centre’s scheme aims at business
5:00pm Friday 17th January 2014 in News
Residents in part of Keighley are being invited to support their community by going into business.
People in the town’s Bracken Bank area will be shown how to become the “next big thing” at an information session on Friday on the estate. Bracken Bank and District Community Association has teamed up with union GMB to run the session.
The organisations are looking for individuals and groups who would like to become entrepreneurs.
A spokesman said: “There is a potential for money to be awarded to forward-thinking groups, and support setting up in business.”
Friday’s session is at the Sue Belcher Centre on Bracken Bank Avenue, from10am to 2pm.
Further details are available from Michelle on 07850 714995 or michelle.
firstname.lastname@example.org, or development worker Pip Gibson on 07587 210101.