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The primary focus of the Young Scot Digital Creative roles is to support the development of youth information services across Scotland with a particular focus upon web content development. The successful candidate will work toward and be supported to achieve a SQA Diploma in Creative and Digital Media during the length of the fixed term … Continue reading Young Scot Modern Apprenticeship
Today we went to the big market in Funchal. There were lots of different kinds of fruit and vegetables for sale. We bought some passion fruits which I got to taste when we got back to the villa. I liked the kind of passion fruit we can buy in Scotland best, which is lucky! There … Continue reading Ted Goes to Madeira – Day 4
Today we went to a place called Cabo Girão which is on the bottom of the island. We were really high up and there was a glass floor to stand on and look down through to the sea below. I wasn’t scared at all. The sea was lovely and clear. It was very hot again, and … Continue reading Ted Goes to Madeira – Day 3
The part of the island where we are staying is the bit that grows the most bananas. There were bananas everywhere! It was really funny to see them because they look like they are growing up-side-down. You can see the bananas beginning to grow at the top of the purple flowers. I got to climb … Continue reading Ted Goes to Madeira – Day 2
Here at The NWH Group we are offering fully funded Class 2 LGV training opportunities for people between the ages of 18-65, with permanent positions offered upon successful completion of the training period.
I have this weird tradition, that when ever I head of on a multi-day trip skiing or climbing, and I think I might have a few hours down time, I take the same book in my pack. It’s happily called Sickness Unto Death and every time I read I start to think I missed much of the … Continue reading Rereading Kierkegaard