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Haddenham Garden Centre
By Haddenham Webteam - 8th January 2016 1:00pm
Are you looking for help during school holidays?
Issy Turner is a student who is looking for work to help her raise funds for a challenging trip, organised by Outlook Expeditions, which will take her to Madagascar in 2017.
While there she will be helping to carry out a project to benefit the local community, as well as learning about the culture and exploring the geology, fauna and flora of this fascinating island off the South-East coast of Africa.
To participate in this adventure, Issy needs to raise nearly £4,000, which would be quite a task for anyone, let alone a 15-year-old school student.
She is therefore very keen to offer herself for a wide range of employment opportunities in and around Haddenham.
- Dog Walking
- Leaflet Delivering
- Car Washing
Given her educational commitments, she can only be available during school holidays.
If you can offer employment opportunities, please contact Issy
Email: email@example.com or Telephone: 01844 299230
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