Looking for a job as a counselling psychologist

Looking for a job as a counselling psychologist
Looking for a job is not an easy task. Sometimes you have to spend at least a few days to make sure that you are going to find something that you will like the most. Although there are many places that you may be checking regularly, only a few of them will introduce you to ...

Gardeners’ Brains Trust

Gardeners' Brains Trust
A gardeners’ “Brains Trust” which will combine local knowledge and scientific skill has been arranged for November 20th by the Central Committee of the Burnley Allotments Association. Details were completed at the monthly meeting in St. Paul’s School on Thursday. It was decided not to send delegates to the N. W. Allotments Federation conference at ...

Brierfield Procession of Witness

Brierfield Procession of Witness
In brilliant sunshine about 600 men, women and children took part in the United Procession of Witness at Brierfield on Saturday afternoon, the event being a continuation of local Festival of Britain observance. Before the walk a short service was held at the corner of Wood-street. There, from a platform, the service was conducted by ...

MEN TOLD: YOUR LAST CHANCE

MEN TOLD: YOUR LAST CHANCE
The Rev. A.G. Allcock, at present a Baptist minister in Ramsbottom and former minister at Woodlands – road Baptist Church, Nelson, went into the witness-box to give evidence on behalf of a man he had tried to help “to go straight.” Mr. Allcock said he felt the man’s recent lapse was due to his having ...

OUTINGS FOR THE BLIND

OUTINGS FOR THE BLIND
On the annual outings for the local blind folk, Nelson people spent a day in Blackpool, Burnley people had a day at Fleetwood, and Padiham people went to New Brighton. All were lucky in having fine weather in which to enjoy the sea breezes. Many went for a sail whilst others were paddling. About 250 ...

YOUNG HAPTON SPORTSMAN HONOURED

YOUNG HAPTON SPORTSMAN HONOURED
Alan Dalby, 18-year-old school-boys son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Dalby, of Pendle View Hapton, will be one of 80 public and grammar school boys from all over the country who will attend the Football Association “Schools Week” at Cambridge University on April 6th. An all-around athlete, Alan plays for his school (Accrington Grammar) and ...

Why do employers require IOSH training from their workers?

Why do employers require IOSH training from their workers?
While taking part in your job interview, you will definitely be asked about your previous experience, skills, knowledge, and qualifications. You need to be aware of the fact that your future employer would like to see the proofs of what you can and know. Although there may be no time for presenting everything that you ...

BATH APPOINTMENT

BATH APPOINTMENT
Mr. Douglas Malcolm Kermode, has been appointed assistant solicitor to Bath corporation. This was in succession to Mr. R. Hiles, who has left for another position. Mr. Kermode is at present second assistant solicitor, St. Helen’s Borough. The position at Bath carries a salary of £685-£760 per annum.

BRISTOL BAPTIST MEETINGS

BRISTOL BAPTIST MEETINGS
The Rev. E. J. Tongue was inducted as president of the Bristol and District Baptist Association at the association’s annual meeting which was held at Horfield Baptist Church Gloucester Road, Bristol, yesterday. The theme of his presidential address was “Christ Centred Ministry.” “We are ambassadors for Christ,” he said. “It is fine to be great ...

‘CLIPPIE’ GAVE HULL FRIEND HER PASS

‘CLIPPIE’ GAVE HULL FRIEND HER PASS
How a Blyth “Clippie” allowed her seaman friend from Hull to travel free on a bus from Ashington to North Shields, with her own employee’s privilege pass, was related at Whitley Bay, when John Franklin (30), seaman, of Ryehill-grove, Preston-rd., Hull, was fined £1, with £1/1/- costs, for travelling on a public service vehicle, and ...

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