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2015/05/23 07:59
2015/05/23 07:59
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A £392,000 GRANT has been handed to an Oxford charity to help tackle homelessness in the city. Crisis Skylight Oxford won the funding from the Big Lottery Fund earlier this month. It comes as the...
2015/05/23 07:59
2015/05/23 07:59
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2015/05/21 11:56
2015/05/21 11:56
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The North Wales Chronicle and North Wales Pioneer have teamed up with the Big Lottery Fund to launch a competition which will see up to £25,000 worth of grants awarded to local community...
2015/05/20 10:53
2015/05/20 10:53
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A LOTTERY windfall has given a charity that supports adults with learning disabilities long term security and a chance to help more people across County Durham. One to One, based in Spennymoor,...
2015/05/19 12:31
2015/05/19 12:31
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... of new play equipment for Corpusty children Official opening of new play area in Corpusty which cost £23,000 and two years to plan and develop through grants from NNDC Big Society Fund, Big...
2015/05/17 12:07
2015/05/17 12:07
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Suffolk’s communities urged to stage a Big Lunch to bring people togetherThe Big Lunch, Hadleigh, JUne 1, 2014, Cox's Park. The Spalding and Chisnal families People in Suffolk are urged to host a...
2015/05/17 06:26
2015/05/17 06:26
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A SOMERSET organisation which supports people across the county in emergency crises has been awarded almost £5000,000 by the Big Lottery Fund. The Community Council for Somerset provides a support...
2015/05/15 06:31
2015/05/15 06:31
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New cinema/community hub proposals for Wereham, near Downham Market, move a step closer Wereham village hall committee outside the current building: Picture submitted Film-lovers in west Norfolk may...
2015/05/14 13:53
2015/05/14 13:53
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Birmingham is now following in Blackpool’s ‘footie-steps’ by launching a scheme aimed at getting men over fifty fit and healthy. It’s football, but not as we know it, and the difference is there’s no...
2015/05/14 13:45
2015/05/14 13:45
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Wanted: Roofer for heritage site Kinloch Castle Kinloch Castle on the Isle of Rum. Picture: Robert Perry A CONTRACTOR is wanted to carry out one of the remotest roofing jobs in the country to one of...
Read more at Scotsman, Scotsman
2015/05/14 13:26
2015/05/14 13:26
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WHAT excellent news...a project which has been described as a lifeline for people with personality disorders has been saved. The Haven Project has been battling for survival since its ten-year...
2015/05/13 07:31
2015/05/13 07:31
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Lottery gives Norfolk causes to celebrate Members of the Norfolk Young Carers Forum enjoying a sing song at their Big Day Out and Conference at the Norfolk Showground. With them are action crew...
2015/05/12 15:43
2015/05/12 15:43
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A charity which helps 4,000 people including the disabled, the elderly and carers in Notts each year faces the axe unless funding is found. Disability Direct, in Church Square, Lenton, provides a...
2015/05/12 14:13
2015/05/12 14:13
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Last updated at 15:06, Tuesday, 12 May 2015 A CHARITY has been awarded nearly £400,000 to continue its work helping individuals and families cope with self-harming behaviour. DELIGHTED Self-Harm...
2015/05/12 05:12
2015/05/12 05:12
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The Big Lottery Fund will give £289,000 to Glasgow East Women's Aid Family Development. This means the Easterhouse domestic abuse charity will now be able to work with 100 families to give them...
2015/05/11 23:48
2015/05/11 23:48
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The disadvantaged, disabled, vulnerable, elderly, and families are all set to benefit from £3m in Big Lottery Fund grants for the North East. Eleven grants have been given out ranging from just over...
2015/05/08 11:23
2015/05/08 11:23
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The 3Cs cafe, which is run by a team of volunteers at St John’s Church, will be celebrating on Tuesday, May 12, between 9.30am and 2.30pm. The cafe, which only opens on a Tuesday, was set up to...
2015/05/07 11:41
2015/05/07 11:41
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PUPILS from a village near Witney staged a protest walk against having to pay for a bus service to their school. The service between Hailey and Wood Green School has previously been free for...
Read more at Oxford Mail, Oxford Mail
2015/05/02 04:58
2015/05/02 04:58
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A DECISION to close a football pitch used by more than 700 people each week has sparked fury. The astro-turf pitch at Audley Junior and Infant School was closed yesterday with the school and council...
2015/04/30 12:51
2015/04/30 12:51
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The pop superstar filmed much of the video for her 2011 smash hit We Found Love in the New Lodge, an inner city "concrete jungle" dominated by large residential tower blocks. Now as part of an...
2015/04/28 23:41
2015/04/28 23:41
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By GEMMA BROWN gsomerville@cngroup.co.uk Published at 11:55, Monday, 26 March 2012 PECKISH passengers at Hexham Railway Station are already making the most of a newly-refurbished kiosk which is...
2015/05/23 07:59
2015/05/23 07:59
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