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Anthea McIntyre, Hereford’s new MEP, has wasted no time in getting to see some of the good work being done in locally with the support of the European Social Fund.

Within days of the confirmation of her election, Anthea visited Hereford Primary Care Trust’s TOWN Training Centre to meet a number of the young people being helped to prepare themselves for the world of work.

 

Commenting on her visit, Anthea said:

“It was an inspiring visit – the students and the tutors showed great enthusiasm and determination to succeed and I was pleased that Ofsted’s Chief Inspector has reported that this centre is one of only 15 inspected this year awarded the accolade of ‘outstanding’.

“The Centre offers a range of varied and specialist courses with the common learning ethos which ensures that everyone receives Individualised learning, designed to meet their personal needs, delivered by a committed staff team who will help them reach their full potential.

“I was very pleased to see this example of practical help delivered in such a professional manner in the heart of Hereford."

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