Will a phoenix arise from the ashes of Learning South-West?

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Further to our post, Dramatic Closure of Learning South-West, Gill Millar offers a revealing insight into the nature of its demise and holds out hope for the future. She ends her blog on the Network of Regional Youth Work Units web site  As follows:

So while it does mean goodbye to Learning South West, which has been an amazing source of support and innovation in youth work and post-16 learning for such a long time, it doesn’t necessarily mean the end of a Regional Youth Work Unit presence in the South West. We’ll be staying in touch with the Network of Regional Youth Work Units, and with luck and continued goodwill, a phoenix will arise from the flames of this particular car-crash.

Read her blog in full at South West Regional Youth Work Unit – what next?

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