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PUBLISHED: 14:56 18 July 2008 | UPDATED: 13:18 24 August 2010

Skills plan for young people Council chiefs are looking for businesses to help youngsters learn new skills. Camden Council s Education Business Partnership is calling on companies in Kilburn to let their staff volunteer in schools. Workin

Skills plan for young people

Council chiefs are looking for businesses to help youngsters learn new skills.

Camden Council's Education Business Partnership is calling on companies in Kilburn to let their staff volunteer in schools.

Working either as a one off or regular visits, the workers will showcase their business sector and help children understand more about the world.

If you would like to help out contact Monica Gomes on 020 7974 2289 or email Monica.Gomes@camden.gov.uk

Football coaching sessions

Free training sessions for keen footballers are being held this summer.

Professional coaches from Queen's Park Rangers Football Club will be training 13 to 18 year olds on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings will run at Oakington Manor Primary School, in Oakington Manor Drive, Wembley throughout the holidays.

For information contact Dave Robinson on 020 8740 2583 or 07824 844 404 or email daver@qpr.co.uk

Concert for the spirit

Music lovers are invited to attend a special concert exploring the cool sounds of summer.

The free concert, which aims to touch the heart and stir the spirit, features a variety of different music styles ranging from ambient jazz, world and contemporary folk, to Tibetan healing songs and Indian dance rhythms.

The event, which runs from 7.30pm till 9pm on Saturday, is being held at the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University, at the Global Co-operation House, in Pound Lane, Willesden.

For more information visit www.bkwsu.org.uk or phone 020 8727 3418.


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