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Lowestoft facility supporting job seekers gets a makeover

PUBLISHED: 11:59 10 May 2017

Alison Arnold, Richard Gallard, Mary-Lou Owen and Beth Stephens from Access Community Trust at the relaunch of The Work Space

Alison Arnold, Richard Gallard, Mary-Lou Owen and Beth Stephens from Access Community Trust at the relaunch of The Work Space

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A community facility set up to help job seekers in Lowestoft has been given a revamp.

The Workspace, formerly known as The Crossing, is run by Access Community Trust and helps people look for jobs, improve their CVs and learn interview techniques.

And now the centre on the High Street will offer special ‘Focus On’ days every week to provide extra and has been renovated to look more welcoming.

Chief executive Emma Ratzer said: “Access Community Trust focuses all of its work on social inclusion, and our new services now allow us to better provide end-to-end support to job seekers irrespective of how long they’ve been job seeking for, and irrespective of age.”

To help celebrate the re-launch, Access Community Trust is offering a voucher for a free coffee at Sams Coffee House on Bevan Street East to anyone coming into The Workspace to book an appointment or seek further information.

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