Melin ladies are top of their class

education bursary

7 October 2010

Three residents have been given a £1,000 to help them study thanks to Melin’s education bursary.

Eloise Watkins from Abergavenny, Hayley Acreman from Newport and Anouska Wheeler from Chepstow were each presented with their £1,000 award at Melin’s recent annual general meeting.

Every year Melin gives up to £3,000, through its Education Bursary, to help residents who wish to get back into education to improve their career prospects.

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