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Students take over Festival offices

Malvern Editorial 26th Nov, 2013 Updated: 20th Oct, 2016

STUDENTS took over the offices of Malvern’s largest landlord during a national day aimed at giving young people a taste of the working environment.

Pupils aged between 12 and 15 from Dyson Perrins Church of England Academy spent the day making decisions at Festival Housing on Friday (November 25).

Housing manager Alan Moorhouse said: “The pupils spent time in various departments, including our housing, development and maintenance teams, and met with our chief executive Guy Weston. They also helped us identify ways of consulting with young people on new projects.

“They seemed to thoroughly enjoy themselves and were interested in learning more about our services, especially as almost all of them live in one of our homes.”


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