THE UK’s biggest skills and careers event, The Skills Show, is an annual celebration that will inspire the fashion designers, web developers and engineers of tomorrow with opportunities in further education, skills and Apprenticeships.
Comedienne Lizzie Wiggins, often described as the female Les Dawson, is a regular on BBC Radio WM and has appeared in pantomime alongside Lily Savage and on TV in Malcolm Stent’s Go Play Up Your Own End.
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