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PICTURE GALLERY: Former students return for careers fair at Peele Community College in Long Sutton




Two former students returned to Long Sutton's Peele Community College for the annual careers fair.

Kayleigh Britton is now studying at Spalding Grammar School's sixth form and Molly Southerland is training and working towards a career in law at Maples Solicitors.

They were joined by more than 30 different providers who offered their time to pass on information to students, parents and the local community about full time courses, apprenticeships and careers in various sectors.

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Former Peele Community College student Kayleigh Britton and Spalding Grammar School Director of 6th Form Studies Dr Leadbeater (5577163) Molly Southerland representing Maples Solicitors (5577165) The College of West Anglia racing mini (5577167) Perkins Caterpillar (5577169) Nestle Purina from Wisbech who brought along one of their employees who is currently studying for a Degree Apprenticeship. (5577171)

Among the employers who attended were Nestle, Caterpillar and Turners of Soham who brought along one of their articulated lorries which sat comfortably on the school playground.

Local colleges from Boston, Peterborough, Stamford and King's Lynn were also represented to offer information about their full- and part-time courses.

Another highlight was Millstone Restoration of Skegness who brought along examples of some of their major building work on Lincolnshire churches.



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