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The Winch youth project in Swiss Cottage celebrates success

PUBLISHED: 15:00 08 March 2015

Left to right: Josephine Maignomo, Amaru Fleary, The Winch workers Francesca Taylor and Paul Perkins, Jake ONeill and Harriet Williams with her daughter Rosemary.

Left to right: Josephine Maignomo, Amaru Fleary, The Winch workers Francesca Taylor and Paul Perkins, Jake ONeill and Harriet Williams with her daughter Rosemary.

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A much-valued youth project celebrated the success of a group of young Camden business people with an evening of food, drink and speeches.

The Winch, in Winchester Road, Swiss Cottage, hosted the party on Tuesday last week to recognise the achievements of four young people who set up businesses through a programme called The Company, run by The Winch.

Harriet Williams, Amaru Fleary, Jake O’Neill and Josephine Maignomo all received investment for their start-ups through The Company.

They brought friends and family to The Winch to celebrate their success.

All four young people received awards on the night, which was attended by more than 40 guests, including staff from The Winch, and mentors and supporters from the community.


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