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  • Fri, Mar, 27 2015 The SWITCH Integrated Offender Management team have helped restore the fortunes of a man who just a year ago was found in a garden shed in Swindon and believed to be dead.
  • Mon, Mar, 23 2015 Cardiff Riding School which was threatened with closure due to council cutbacks can now look forward to a more secure future – thanks to groups of offenders.
  • Mon, Mar, 16 2015 A young woman who resorted to shoplifting to fund her drug addiction has turned her life around with the help of a pilot initiative to reduce offending and reoffending by women in Wales.
  • Thu, Mar, 5 2015 School children in Merthyr Tydfil will be able to follow the adventures of Alice in Wonderland thanks to the artistic efforts of local offenders.
  • Thu, Feb, 26 2015 A Cardiff man has praised a new programme designed to help newly-unemployed people get back to work in south-east Wales.
  • Tue, Feb, 24 2015 Home Secretary Theresa May witnessed the positive benefits of Community Payback when she visited offenders helping a community grow their own produce in Rhyl.
  • Thu, Jan, 29 2015 Working Links is now responsible for the delivery of three Community Rehabilitation Companies (CRCs) in partnership with Innovation Wessex – a mutual Community Interest Company made up of former probation trust workers.
  • Fri, Jan, 16 2015 A thirty-year-old woman from Caerphilly has realised her ambition of running her own business by launching a venture to help local people who have specific dietary requirements.
  • Mon, Dec, 22 2014 A new scheme has launched giving unemployed people in South Yorkshire access to free training to help them get a job.
  • Fri, Dec, 19 2014 Working Links has been awarded the prestigious Investors in Diversity award in recognition of its effective approach to managing equality, diversity and inclusion within the organisation.

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