Plymouth Herald By William Telford
A GROUP of jobless teenagers spent the day at the city’s indoor pannier market manning a stall to promote their “virtual” business.
The team were from Separated Society, set up by youngsters aiming to gain skills that will make them attractive to employers.
They met other business owners and the public at Plymouth City Market as they strove to build confidence, particularly in the art of selling.
And what they were selling was tickets for a charity catwalk show they have organised at the Duke of Cornwall Hotel, next Tuesday, May 14.
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