ADVICE for jobseekers with disabilities on how to crack the employment market will be on offer on Tuesday, as the third annual EmployAbility fair comes to Trowbridge.

Wiltshire Council is hosting the completely accessible job fair at County Hall from 10am-2pm.

It will be fully wheelchair accessible and there will be a British Sign Language interpreter on hand throughout the day.

Around 30 local employers will be attending, including McDonalds, Wiltshire Police, National Trust, Asda, and Longleat.

Wiltshire College, Somerset Skills and Learning and the Job Centre will also offer advice on training and getting a job.

People can take advantage of a host of experts who will be providing a free CV health check service.

Allison Bucknell, chair of the Equality and Diversity Steering Group, said: "I am delighted that this event gets bigger and better every year and I encourage anyone with a disability that is looking for employment or training to come along.

"In today's society it is wrong that people with disabilities are still finding it difficult to gain meaningful employment. There are some great organisations in our county, including ourselves, who see past the disability and recognise the value of having a more inclusive workforce.

"There is so much untapped talent and potential just waiting to be discovered so we hope this will be a real platform for people with disabilities to showcase themselves to some high-profile organisations, and vice versa."

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