• Action speaks louder than words on NCS Social Action Day

    Action speaks louder than words on NCS Social Action Day

    Young people from across the East Midlands joined forces to celebrate the National Citizen Service’s Social Action Day, supported by Santander. On Saturday 18 March, over 100 NCS graduates took part in community projects including a group who spent the day at Boultham Park in Lincoln, helping staff and volunteers prepare for Discover Lincolnshire Weekend.

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  • Work Experience - Giving Lincolnshire students essential skills

    Work Experience - Giving Lincolnshire students essential skills

    A report issued today by the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR) states that half of employers think that graduates don’t have the skills expected of them at the point of hiring. On average they reported that a quarter of their graduate intake are lacking essential soft skills.

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  • BACK TO THE FUTURE – SPARK RETURNS TO LINCOLN

    BACK TO THE FUTURE – SPARK RETURNS TO LINCOLN

    Thousands of people are expected to flock to Lincoln Cathedral in May – for the return of the Spark Engineering Festival – an event which showcases the county’s rich heritage in engineering. The EBP is delighted to be one of the event’s organisers.

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  • Waterside charges ahead as Lincoln Knights’ Trail Education Programme sponsor

    Waterside charges ahead as Lincoln Knights’ Trail Education Programme sponsor

    Waterside Shopping Centre has saddled up to sponsor the Lincoln Knights’ Trail Education Programme. Organised by The EBP, in partnership with Wild in Art and Lincoln BIG, the Education Trail will involve more than 40 primary, secondary and special schools from across Lincolnshire.

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