Nine jobs at a new children’s home in March
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Nine jobs have been created with the opening of a new children’s home in March by the national charity BREAK.
The home will provide a family environment for two young people aged from eight to 18.
Viv Merryweather, manager, said: “It is a two bed home which will be open by mid July.
“It is a long term setting. We have spent six months getting it ready to provide a family environment.
“The new home will create nine jobs and there are currently vacancies for support workers.
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“We also provide a moving on service to young people to continue supporting them as long as they need us.
“We are looking for people who want to make a difference to the lives of young people.”
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Anybody interested in applying should visit the BREAK website. Training is given.
Break has been supporting children, young people and families since 1968.