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Wednesday October 16 , 2019

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Nominated for Lantra Women & Work Awards

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As you know Nicki has been studying the HNC in Garden Design at Pershore College, she has registered with Lantra for a small amount of funding to support her on the course.

This particular funding is for women training or re-training in a male dominated industry and she has been nominated for an award!

The awards are being held at Nailcote Hall on 30 March 2011 so watch this space!!  If you want to find out more about it click here!

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