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My name is Max Everett. I was 17 when my father died. I went to nearby Sheffield University to study Architectural Technology partly so that I could be close to support my mother and...

My name is Colin McAlister. In October 2008, after fifteen years as an Architectural Technician with over ten years at the same practice, I found myself suddenly out of work. The...

As the breadwinner in a single income family, the economic pressure of the last three to four years was extremely stressful for me. Though I remained employed as a Chartered Landscape...

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Ashley is a qualified Architect who approached the Society in October 2011 as a last resort. He had been working as an Architect until 2009 when he contracted a neurological disease...

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