People in the Great Yarmouth area are invited to celebrate International Women’s Day and visit the Norfolk Community College project and its partners.
This fantastic event will be taking place at the Priory Centre on 8th of March from 10:00 to 14:00, where our fabulous team have organised a range of wellbeing therapies and information stalls for you to access all totally free! Be inspired by local services, local projects and local women. A whistle stop tour of some amazing opportunities on offer in and around Great Yarmouth. There will be some delicious refreshments by The Feed too!
Don’t miss out on this chance to meet with other women who have walked similar paths, ask those nagging questions, find out how to improve your potential and go on to inspire others around you. You may be a carer, a young parent, have a talent to share, want to retrain or you have been out of work for some time, this bespoke event has been created to support and encourage you – all ages and communities together.
Rachael Hardie, Norfolk Community College’s Specialist Support Advisor, said: “The Norfolk Community College project is very excited to be holding a series of events in Great Yarmouth for people to celebrate women’s achievements. We are hoping that the day will be full of women inspiring and encouraging each other to move forward in whatever shape or form that takes. It’s not about getting a job that day but planting a seed on how we can better ourselves, improve our futures and overcome challenges in our lives…..we, alongside our great local services, are looking forward to supporting more people in our community” For more information about the event call Rachael on 07976 415137
In addition, local people and visitors can gain employment support and information from the Norfolk Community College project team; highlighting the difference the project can offer to help people move towards employment.
The Norfolk Community College Project is a European Social Fund and the National Community Lottery Fund project helping unemployed adults in Norfolk back into training and employment