Catzero Beverley presentationTue 29th May 2018
FROM bank work in Driffield, to retail and restaurant careers, five successful participants of a life-changing project have now found work.
They were engaged on one of Catzero’s three-month projects for the long-term unemployed – this scheme was Green Port Beverley and engaged a group from across the East Riding, following successful similar programmes in Hull.
Programme leader Pete Tighe was delighted with the outcome of the three months: “We have five already in work, with one person now at Lloyds Bank in Driffield. And of course, we are working with the others to find successful positions for them, it really has been a very good programme,” he said.
The Mayor of Beverley at the time, Cllr Ann Willis was a special guest at the final celebration event, which was held in the town’s St Nicholas Church Hall.
CatZero, a charity based in Hull and Grimsby, has been offering life-changing programmes for people on both sides of the Humber for almost a decade, with an array of courses – from those for young people to single mums and individuals.
For more information on its work go to www.catzero.org