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Otley: Farm apprentice celebration event

11:00 01 March 2014

Anthony Wilson, programme area leader for agriculture, with two EDGE apprentices at Easton & Otley College

Anthony Wilson, programme area leader for agriculture, with two EDGE apprentices at Easton & Otley College

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EDGE Apprenticeships in Food & Farming is inviting employers to find out about agricultural apprenticeship schemes as part of National Apprenticeships Week, which starts on Monday.

EDGE, an industry-led scheme launched last year, is holding a first anniversary celebration event at Stanaway Farm, Otley, IP6 9NA, from 1.30pm and farming employers are welcome to attend.

If you are interested, contact Hayley Mace on 01603 881827 or email hayley.mace@angliafarmers.co.uk.

To find out more, visit www.edgeapprenticeships.org. EDGE has apprentices and employers across the East of England.

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