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Charity Work Prize for The Plough Arts Centre

PUBLISHED: 12:20 04 March 2011 | UPDATED: 18:58 20 February 2013

Charity Work Prize for The Plough Arts Centre

Charity Work Prize for The Plough Arts Centre

Torrington resident, Gillian Saich, has won a competition organised by the Vodafone: World of Difference UK programme. From 11,000 entrants , Vodafone chose 500 winners of which Gillian is one of only two in North Devon.

Torrington resident, Gillian Saich, has won a competition organised by the Vodafone: World of Difference UK programme.



From 11,000 entrants , Vodafone chose 500 winners of which Gillian is one of only two in North Devon. She will spend two months working at The Plough with her salary and expenses being funded by the Vodafone Foundation. The Plough Arts Centre will also receive funding from the Foundation.



Gillians placement at The Plough will begin on March 1st and her specific role will be to establish and develop group bookings at our already busy arts centre. Gillian said This is an exciting project and I will be contacting local businesses and community groups across the South West to spread the word about very special offers for group bookers. Vodafones funding will assist us in maximising our reach and impact by developing group bookings for all areas of the programme that The Plough has to offer.



If you would like further information on the above or would like to speak to Gillian please email her at gillian@theploughartscentre.org.uk or telephone her on 01805 622552.

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