College of West Anglia Isle Campus holding half term Try It Out sessions

10:59 12 February 2014

The Isle Campus.

The Isle Campus.

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A Fenland college is holding taster sessions for prospective students over the half term holidays.

The Try It Out sessions take place at College of West Anglia’s Isle Campus on February 19.

Young people will get an insight into the construction courses on offer.

They will get to use hand tools to cut and shape timber, including chisels, hammers, mallets and a combination square.

To find out more about the college and Try It Out activities, which also take place at the Kings Lynn and Cambridge campuses, go to www.cwa.ac.uk

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