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- A successful marketing campaign helping to increase numbers
- Work experience places
- LAWD places
- Running mock interviews for Y11
- Mock interviews for Y13 as part of employability programme
- Facilitating governors meetings
Mums ‘spring’ into action
Local mums, including Chris Carswell (Lunchtime Supervisor at MBA) have reinvented an old event to raise funds. The Brockworth Mother’s Club (BMC) last held a spring fair in the mid-1990s and with no village fete being held this year, they decided to resurrect it.
Visitors enjoyed a raffle, cakes, toys, books and refreshments at the Brockworth Community Centre.
Tewkesbury Borough Council is working with the neighbouring councils of Gloucester City and Cheltenham Borough on a Joint Core Strategy. This will determine the amount and location of new housing and employment within the area of the three councils.
Land between the A417 (T) and north Brockworth has been identified by the Joint Core Strategy as one of the most appropriate locations to deliver new housing during the first phase of the plan period, from 2011 to 2012. The emerging allocation is for 1,500 new homes, employment and associated community facilities.
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- Tue 11 Mar 2014 - 04:30pm Y10 Consultation Evening
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