Most recent 14 posts returned for keyword: Margaret Mountford
Integrated Education Fund:
Margaret Mountford visits Hazelwood Integrated College, Belfast The Apprentice star Margaret Mountford, discusses the important role businesses can play in shaping education in Northern Ireland.
Watch the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8jhoEgnlvQw&feature=c4-overview&list=UUSyztu1xeepjb3amCbkwiJw
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Community Relations Council: End this tribalism and move on, says Apprentice tough-talker Margaret Mountford -... http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/local-national/northern-ireland/end-this-tribalism-and-move-on-says-apprentice-toughtalker-margaret-mountford-29823820.html
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Integrated Education Fund: The business of integrated education: Margaret Mountford visits Hazelwood You're fired!! The Apprentice star, Margaret Mountford visited Hazelwood Integrated College yesterday and while she was there found time to help students with their business plans.
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Mountford Humanities and Arts Communication Prize We are looking forward to welcoming Margaret Mountford to the College this evening for the presentation of the third Mountford Humanities and Arts Communication Prize. Students will entertain and educate the audience on their interpretation of the topic 'Translating the Object'.
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Julie Ann Kearns:
This photo was taken in 1968. The year my sister Debbie made her first Holy Communion.
Also in the photograph is
back row: Debbie Grey, (my sister Debbie is standing next to her) Winnie Buxton, Tina Clarke, Jackie Taylor.
Front row: Eileen Mountford, Maria Alcock, Margaret Todd
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Has anyone watched "The Town That Never Retired" (BBC 1 TV, Wednesdays)? It is following a number of older people (60s, 70s, 80s) returning to work. Some returning to jobs they did before they retired (eg electricians, plasterers, plumbers, auctioneers), others jobs they are doing for the first time (working in a chocolate factory and waitressing).
They are being watched all the way by Margaret Mountford and Nick Hewer from Britain's "The Apprentice".
Most of the jobs are physically demanding, and seemed very unfair on the participants. However, many of them rose to the challenge and were inspiring. The former receptionist who waitressed in a very busy Italian restaurant was a particular star.
With people living longer and the State Pension increasing over the coming decades to 68, the challenges posed by the programme are real for future generations of older people in Ireland.
If you saw the show let us know what you thought.
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