One Stop Shop For Job Hunters In North Belfast Launched

People looking for employment in north Belfast are being urged to visit a one stop shop for training and employability support at Ardoyne Community Centre.

The event, organised by the Crumlin Ardoyne Neighbourhood Renewal Partnership and the Grace Women’s Group, takes place on Tuesday, 03 November between 2pm-4pm.
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Councillor Julie Anne Corr-Johnston, Chair of Belfast City Council's People and Communities Committee, said: "The council is keen to support local community groups who take the initiative and try to do something for themselves, like the Grace Women's Group, is doing here in partnership with the wider Crumlin/Ardoyne community.

"Community centres are there to be used in ways which best benefit the areas they serve and what could be better than local people supporting each other in their job search."


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