BAZ TELLS CHANNEL 4; “KIDS ARE DYING OUT THERE”

BAZ TELLS CHANNEL 4; “KIDS ARE DYING OUT THERE”

Following the announcement that a number of high-level politicians, including the then potential Conservative leader candidate Michael Gove, had admitted to taking drugs, Channel 4 asked Baz to feature on an important 4 News segment. Baz strongly argued that...

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MORGAN SINDALL JOINS US TO SUPPORT DISADVANTAGED YOUNG PEOPLE

MORGAN SINDALL JOINS US TO SUPPORT DISADVANTAGED YOUNG PEOPLE

The Nottingham School of Boxing and Switch-Up have announced a new partnership with Morgan Sindall Construction & Infrastructure. The move sees the Midlands-headquartered main contractor working with the two charities – both part of the Marcellus Baz group – to...

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LINDLEYS AUTOCENTRES MAKES A REAL DIFFERENCE TO SWITCH UP

LINDLEYS AUTOCENTRES MAKES A REAL DIFFERENCE TO SWITCH UP

Nottingham's Lindleys Autocentres continues to be a fantastic partner of Switch Up.  NOTTINGHAM-BASED mentorship organisation Switch Up, has received its first cheque donation from Lindleys Autocentres to help fund mentoring, non-formal education and sport activities....

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OAKFIELD CONSTRUCTION GIVES NOTTINGHAM YOUNGSTER A FRESH START

OAKFIELD CONSTRUCTION GIVES NOTTINGHAM YOUNGSTER A FRESH START

Nottingham's Lindleys Autocentres continues to be a fantastic partner of Switch Up.  NOTTINGHAM-BASED mentorship organisation Switch Up, has received its first cheque donation from Lindleys Autocentres to help fund mentoring, non-formal education and sport activities....

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TONY “BOMBER” BELLEW BACKS NOTTINGHAM SCHOOL OF BOXING

TONY “BOMBER” BELLEW BACKS NOTTINGHAM SCHOOL OF BOXING

Nottingham's mentorship organisation Switch Up, which offers support to vulnerable youngsters in the city, has kicked off its partnership with Oakfield Construction with the successful placement of 19 year old Bryer Wheatley into full-time employment. Bryer has been...

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