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Courses aim to crack the crunch

PUBLISHED: 16:09 04 February 2009 | UPDATED: 11:10 08 July 2010

OK, so you're probably sick of hearing about the credit crunch and reading about spiralling prices, a shortage of credit and increasing redundancies. But don't despair - help could be at hand!

The Wayland Partnership is planning a new fun course called Crack the Crunch! to help people get their finances in order and help their household run more cost- effectively.

OK, so you're probably sick of hearing about the credit crunch and reading about spiralling prices, a shortage of credit and increasing redundancies. But don't despair - help could be at hand!

The Wayland Partnership is planning a new fun course called Crack the Crunch! to help people get their finances in order and help their household run more cost- effectively.

This free course will run for 10 weeks, starting on February 24 at Wayland House, and will cover a

wide range of money-saving tips and ideas as well as giving participants a chance to brush

up on their financial skills and to

learn how to use Microsoft

Excel to produce a household budget.

The weekly sessions will

run for two hours from 9.30am-11.30am (with a break for the school Easter holidays.)

The course is open to anyone and no prior knowledge of computers or Excel is required.

To find out more or to register your interest, call Jan on 01953 880202.


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