Durham landlord says: ‘You’re hired’

13 October 2015 - Latest news

Our local landlord Durham City Homes has helped two local people back into work through its apprenticeship scheme.Durham City Homes apprentices Photo, Melanie Spedding, Simon Bartlett and Katy Richardson

Find out more about Melanie and Katy’s journey here.

Pictured opposite: Melanie (left) and Katy with Managing Director Simon Bartlett

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