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Tuesday June 17th, 2014


Le Grenier association and Terre Plurielle open new premises to help the insertion of women remote from the labour market

The Le Grenier association opened its new premises on 12 May, in the presence of Edouard Philippe, deputy mayor of Le Havre, thanks in large part to the financial support of Terre Plurielle , the Bouygues Construction corporate foundation, and to the skills-based sponsorship of Quille Construction. For 13 years Le Grenier has been assisting […]

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