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News | Round-up May 29

Big success for Big Bite 

Big Bite has this week announced that it is bringing its recruitment, that was initially planned for Q4 2020, forward.  

The company has been fortunate to be able to continue working from home during this difficult time and is currently looking to expand its engineering team for people living in the North East and with all skill levels with an understanding of programming languages. 

You can find out more here. 

 

Fudge anyone? 

Have you turned your hand to something new during lockdown? 

Mabo’s Jimmy Lees has, and it’s something we can all get a bite of. 

Go Fudge Yourself launched this week with its first flavour selling out straight away. The Crunchie flavour sold out in under 24 hours, so you better be quick. 

With new flavours based on popular chocolate bars launching every week go and check it out. 

 

Let the stars take over 

Tired of reading stories every night? Ran out of voices to put on for the characters? Well, it’s time to let the professionals take over. 

Meryl Streep, Chris Hemsworth and Eddie Redmayne, to name just a few, have joined Taika Waititi, director of Thor: Ragnorak, to read Roald Dahl’s James and the Giant Peach to raise money for Partners In Health. 

The charity helps to support front line workers during the Covid-19 pandemic in some of the most vulnerable communities in the world. The Roald Dahl Story Company is also matching donations up to $1 million. 

New episodes are released every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6pm here, make sure you catch it and donate here. 

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