The hard work and success of apprentices across Buckinghamshire was celebrated at a County Council reception on Friday 20 March.
Aylesbury College, the largest provider of apprenticeships in the County, has awarded Joseph (Joe) Murray, age 17, from Stoke Mandeville, ‘Apprentice of the Year 2014’.
Schools in Buckinghamshire are being urged to do as much as possible to encourage young adults to explore the option of taking up an apprenticeship.
Demand for properties in Wendover and the surrounding villages continues to grow, both within the community and from people wishing to be part of this highly sought after area.
Do you want to set yourself up in business but don’t know how to go about it?
Youngsters and their families are being urged to tune in to National Apprenticeship Week which begins on Monday 9 March.
Aylesbury College Sixth form student Loretta Vasco, age 18, is absolutely delighted to have been taken on a six month work placement at local radio station Mix96, through their Mix96 Academy.
Third Permanent Ale for The Chiltern Brewery
Reindeer came to the Barn Courtyard during the Wendover Christmas Celebration on Wednesday 3rd December 2014.
Aylesbury College students have been taking part in a series of activities as part of Global Entrepreneurship Week, the world’s largest campaign to help young people explore their potential as self-starters and innovators.