April 5, 2012 The Bolton News
SCHOOL CHILDREN swapped a day of study for a day of selling when they opened their own market stall.
Youngsters from Sacred Heart Primary School in Westhoughtonhave worked for months to design, develop and create their products.
And now they have had the chance to sell them.
The scheme saw pupils work with Virgin Money with each child beuing given £5 to invest in, and set up, a business.
In January, youngsters formed groups to decide on their products and to come up with a business plan, which included them making a profit.
They even had their own business advisor, Clare Grahovac, from Virgin Money.
Continue Reading. . . .
Feb 02, 2019 0West Bridgford Wire By WBWire A retail and business group has been praised for being ‘High Street Heroes’ by creating initiatives to drive visitors and footfall to their village including the...
Jan 14, 2019 0
Jan 05, 2019 0
Feb 05, 2019 0Coventry Telegraph By Claire Harrison But the long term future of the market, including ‘externalising’ plans, remain unclear. Nuneaton’s Christmas Eve market will be held this year – but the future of the market has still not been clarified. Calls were made for Nuneaton and...