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Foundation 4 Work offers work experience opportunities in a warehouse and retail setting where people gain many of the employability skills that employers are looking for.

In addition, we have free one-to-one support and small workshops to give you everything you need to be ready and confident to seek work or become self employed.

We believe personalised journeys are the most effective and rewarding therefore each programme is designed and delivered around your unique goals.

That's not all! Everyone who joins and makes good progress on our programme keeps their personal Foundation 4

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Description: We welcome students looking for Youth & Community or Community Development placements. We can offer a range of opportunities for you to develop your skills and knowledge. To find out more
St Mary's Heworth Gateshead St Mary’s is the parish church for Heworth, Pelaw, Bill Quay and Wardley, in east Gateshead.
Description: The Felling Food Network is coming soon and is being set up to provide a weekly 3 day emergency food parcel distribution point for local people experiencing food poverty in Felling.  The
We are a relatively new WI group and would like to invite women in the Hebburn, Bill Quay, Pelaw, Wardley and Heworth area to join us.  The Dilly Line
The Felling Local History Society meets on the last Thursday of each month September to April  (excluding December) in Pelaw Library, Joicey Street at
An extensive range of Non-Fiction and Fiction books for all ages Free WiFi Photocopier Talking books on CD Large print books A range of daily newspape
Description: Volunteers are needed to help run the library., Volunteers are needed to support with the following tasks within the library:, , opening and closing of the library ,  issuing and
Description: We need volunteers for our all year round garden/allotment. Help us to create and maintain our herbs, flowers, fruits and vegetables. A couple of hours a week is all that is needed and in
The Community Centre has been developed by Warriors Community Projects, built by its volunteers and grown by its users into a valued community asset,