New £2billion Kickstart scheme will create thousands of new jobs for young people across UK as part of coronavirus recovery
Those on Universal Credit aged between 16 and 24 will be offered six-month work placements, with wages and training costs paid by the government
Swindon MPs Robert Buckland and Justin Tomlinson have welcomed the news that New College has been awarded £1,491,834 as part of the Government’s £2000 million Further Education Funding Boost to “Build Back Better” and kick start work to upgrade their buildings and estates.
South Swindon to benefit from upgraded school facilities to improve the education of children
Conservative Government is investing £560 million to repair and upgrade school buildings, alongside a transformational 10-year school rebuilding programme.
Government has announced more than 300 ‘shovel-ready’ projects in England to share £900 million investment to build homes and infrastructure, and create jobs.
South Swindon to benefit with £4m investment, as part of the Conservative Government’s plans to level up the whole country.
Robert Buckland MP is calling on South Swindon’s small shopkeepers to enter the Best Small Shops Competition, celebrating the successes of small shops and the central role they play in their local community, particularly in response to Covid-19.