Getting young Londoners a career on the rail network

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Getting young Londoners a career on the rail network

The latest apprentices to take part in a scheme to get young Londoners into careers on the rail network have today graduated from the programme.

The Prince's Trust and Govia Thameslink Railway have now given more than a hundred 18 to 25 year olds a chance to get into the industry without previous skills or knowledge.

Paula Hilliard is from Govia, and Ben O'Day is one of those who has taken the course.

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