Sweet re­ward

Harefield Gazette - - NEWS -

IN­VIC­TUS Games star Derek Der­e­nalagi dropped in to St He­len’s School, in North­wood, to give an in­spi­ra­tional talk.

Mr Der­e­nalagi, who lost both legs in Afghanistan, took part in track and field events at the re­cent games for in­jured ser­vice­men and women, and com­peted in dis­cus and javelin at the 2012 Par­a­lympics.

He told his au­di­ence in East­bury Road about the im­por­tance of deal­ing pos­i­tively with your sit­u­a­tion rather than giv­ing up. UXBRIDGE: Food man­u­fac­turer Mon­delez In­ter­na­tional, which has head­quar­ters in Uxbridge Business Park, has been named as one of Thames Val­ley’s best Ap­pren­tice­ship Em­ploy­ers in the re­gional fi­nal of this year’s Na­tional Ap­pren­tice­ship Awards.

The firm be­hind brands such as Cad­bury and Kenco em­ploys 600 ap­pren­tices. It was highly com­mended in the BT Macro Em­ployer of the Year cat­e­gory of the Na­tional Ap­pren­tice­ships Awards dur­ing a gala on Thurs­day last week. UXBRIDGE: For the third time this year, Savoir Fayre is run­ning a con­ti­nen­tal mar­ket in the town cen­tre.

French, Span­ish and Ital­ian pro­duce in­cludes pre­serves, sand­wiches, con­fec­tionery, ar­ti­sanal snacks and non-food items such as hand­i­crafts, glass, china, pot­tery, cloth­ing and ac­ces­sories.

The fayre is on Sun­day, 9am-5pm.

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