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Mosaic Enterprise Challenge

Spark! has become a partner in delivering the Mosaic Enterprise Challenge in the London Borough of Hounslow. The Mosaic Enterprise Challenge is a national competition for secondary school students across the UK, designed to develop and encourage their entrepreneurial skills. Teams of students work with a mentor from the business community to learn about becoming future business leaders, play a simulation game and come up with fantastic business ideas.

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Outside Chance Welcomes New Expertise

Local charity Outside Chance is delighted to announce that Garth Buckle MBE has recently joined its Board of Trustees.

"Garth brings a wealth of local knowledge to our existing board and, with recently secured funding from Hounslow Council, will be pivotal in taking our anti crime workshops into local primary and secondary schools and to youth groups across the borough".

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Ben Odeje Visits West Thames College

img westthamescollegeBlack History Month was brought to life at West Thames College, Isleworth when Ben Odeje, the first black footballer to play for England, visited on 16 October. Ben spoke to students about his experience of football in the early 70s, seemingly a world away from modern day football matches.

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Sky Academy Launches to Support Under 25s

Sky has set out its vision to use the power of television, creativity and sport to help young people in Britain and Ireland to build skills, experience and self-belief through the Sky Academy.

As it approaches its 25th anniversary at the start of 2014, Sky is establishing Sky Academy to deliver what it describes as a ground-breaking set of initiatives to support the under-25s, the generation born since Sky’s launch in 1989. Its ambition is to create opportunities for up to one million young people through Sky Academy by 2020.

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Kew Bridge Steam Museum Seeks Trustee

Kew Bridge Pumping Station is an internationally significant site of the water supply industry, housing the most important collection of working water pumping machinery and related unique historical collections in the world, all housed in a range of grade 1 listed buildings.

A £2m lottery funded project is transforming the museum, including the appointment of new staff, positioning the museum as the most nationally significant site for the operation of large historic machinery.

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