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Halfway Café provides vital work experience opportunities for Cotswold Chine School pupils

At the new Halfway House Cafe are (l-r) Jake Lukas, chief executive of the Novalis Trust, Sarah Day, trading manager, Rico Lane, sixth form student, Lucy Neil, Year 11 student, and Maureen Smith, headteacher

At the new Halfway House Cafe are (l-r) Jake Lukas, chief executive of the Novalis Trust, Sarah Day, trading manager, Rico Lane, sixth form student, Lucy Neil, Year 11 student, and Maureen Smith, headteacher

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