Charity’s films highlight how N2S support changes lives in Bury

Jon Christie and Carla Mayes met Bury MP David Ruffley when he visited N2S in January
Jon Christie and Carla Mayes met Bury MP David Ruffley when he visited N2S in January
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The way a partnership between charity and business has changed the lives of two young people is the subject of two short films on the web.

The partnership, launched in 2012, is between the Bury St Edmunds based IT recycling company Network 2 Supplies (N2S) and Papworth Trust Workwise to provide work based training for adults with mental ill health.

The stories of two former Workwise trainees Jon Christie and Carla Mayes, who now have full-time jobs at N2S, have been captured by the charity in the two short films.

Andy Gomarsall, N2S director, said: “We hope our support can help many more local people to make positive steps forward.”

N2S also provides Papworth Trust Workwise with IT equipment and other technologies to help the charity’s trainees to gain vocational training and qualifications.

The films can be seen at www.n2s.co.uk/news