A POP-up shop to help people back into employment is being staged in Keighley.

Free support and advice will be on offer at sessions in the Airedale Shopping Centre.

Keighley Works Community Led Local Development Project is behind the initiative.

It gives one-to-one support to help people into work or training.

Assistance is provided in areas ranging from job application forms to confidence building. And training in maths and English can be given to anyone who needs it.

Key workers will be on hand at the pop-up shop to provide more information about the project and offer help.

Sessions are taking place on Tuesdays April 13 and 20, and on Wednesday, April 28. All are from 11am to 2pm.

Covid safety guidelines in the Airedale Shopping Centre must be adhered to. People should wear a face covering and maintain social distancing when visiting the shop.

To qualify for help from the Keighley Works project, people need to live in a certain mapped area of the town, be unemployed and in receipt of benefits, have lived in the EU/UK for at least three years and be 19 or over.

For more details, visit keighley.gov.uk or the Keighley Town Council Facebook page.