Novus is heading to the red rose county next week to take part in the annual Royal Lancashire Show for the very first time.
Following the success of the Novus stand at the Royal Cheshire County Show in June, Novus will once again be selling items made by learners on education programmes. The stand will be available throughout the show’s duration, from Friday 20 to Sunday 22 July.
Learners at HMP Garth in Leyland, HMP Altcourse in Liverpool, and HMYOI Thorn Cross in Warrington have been busy designing and creating high quality goods including clocks, lamps, chopping boards and personalised dog beds.
Novus aims to raise its profile within the Lancashire area and highlight its learner education programme, as well as promote the work it does to support ex-offenders back into employment.
Andy Holland, Director of Innovation, said: “Taking part in the Royal Lancashire Show is a great way to inform the general public about what we do and for potential employers to get involved with Novus.”
Find out more about The Royal Lancashire Show.