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Lifeboat fundraiser.

Volunteers planning to run Blyth's new independent lifeboat service are holding a fundraising Easter Fair on Saturday in the High Street Social Club, High Street, Blyth from 11am to 3pm.

The town's new all-weather lifeboat arrived from Caister in Norfolk in January and work is continuing with the aim of putting it into active service as soon as possible.

The Easter Fair will include stalls, refreshments, a raffle and souvenirs and Blyth Volunteer Lifeboat Service crew members will be there to explain their roles.

In the evening High Street Social Club has arranged a fundraising night for BVLS and full details and tickets are available from the club.

Skills on offer

PLACES are still waiting to be filled on a new apprenticeship training programme offering unemployed Wansbeck people the chance to learn construction skills.

Ten people have already started training on the Wansbeck Construction Apprenticeship Programme but a further 10 places are still on offer for the two-year scheme that begins on Monday, April 4.

More details from (0800) 085-5092 and (0800) 162100.
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Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Date:Mar 17, 2005
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