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Employment charity helps young people into the workplace

WORKINGRITE, a youth employment charity, has seen a significant success rate in Mid and North Argyll, putting local 16-19-year-olds on the path to employment and modern apprenticeships – and giving businesses a welcome boost.

Since 2010, WorkingRite has successfully supported more than 1,500 young people. Allan Cameron, 17, a trainee at Kevan Brown Ltd, said: ‘I am glad I joined the WorkingRite programme as it has let me gain first-hand experience in a trade that I want to work in.’

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