TV comedian Ross Noble helps women find work in Crawley

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Top comic Ross Noble gave two Crawley women help to get onto the first rung of the jobs ladder.

The celebrity was filming the second series of his Freewheeling series for comedy televsion channel Dave today (Thursday July 3).

jpco 9-7-14 Ross Noble visits Crawley Observer offices (Pic by Jon Rigby) SUS-140307-171102001

jpco 9-7-14 Ross Noble visits Crawley Observer offices (Pic by Jon Rigby) SUS-140307-171102001

He was invited to come to the town by a tutor for unemployment training group Go Train, in Overline House, above Crawley Railway Station.

Stuart Lawless, 18, who teaches Maths and English, tweeted Ross who surprised the people at Go Train and gave them ‘work experience’.

This involved filming him while he span on a wheeled chair.

He took two Crawley women on a tour of town centre shops to help them find work.

See next week’s Crawley Observer for the full story.

 

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