We are determined to see the jobs created by the Northumberland Development Project go to local people.
The Club already does a great deal to try and ensure that people in our communities can gain skills and employment through things such as our apprenticeship programmes and we shall ensure that all the new opportunities are not missed by local people and that the regeneration really does deliver employment and socio-economic benefits to our local community.
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