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Can you help Gloucestershire school?

Chosen Hill School in Churchdown is looking for local people to help students practise their interview skills.

The mock interviews take place at the school next week - Wednesday November 30 and Thursday December 1.

The interviews are a really valuable opportunity for the young people - and for adults too!

Some companies will give staff time off to do their bit volunteering in the community.

Volunteers are needed from 8.45am until 2.30pm on those dates. Lunch will be provided.

If you are able to help, email as@chosen-hill.gloucs.sch.uk.

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