Mon. May 16th, 2022

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Pan Together providing weekly drop-in sessions

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Island charity, Pan Together, has received grant-funding from Sovereign Housing and the Island’s Adult Community Learning team to help Island residents brush up their skills and improve their CVs.

The grant-funding will help run free weekly drop-in sessions from 9am-3pm every Wednesday at their community hub in Newport, starting on May 4.

Rachel Thomson, of Pan Together’s community centre manager, said: “Anyone who’s wanting to brush up their skills or get help with their CV should come along. People who are thinking about returning to work after a break should join us and we’ll also be offering guidance about making effective job applications.

“We’ll be very happy to help and give advice and support during our friendly and informal sessions. No booking is required, so do pop along and you’ll be made very welcome.”

The sessions will take place in the IT room at Downside Community Centre, Furrlongs, Newport. For further information, ring 248170 or email