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2014/07/31 16:07
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Waldringfield: Flood defence boost for storm surge hit villageWaldringfield tidal flood Tom Potter tom.potter@archant.co.uk Thursday, July 31, 2014 A Government grant of £633,000 has been set aside...
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2014/07/29 19:12
2014/07/29 19:12
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Walkern residents have launched a series of events to celebrate the village’s links to the Magna Carta ahead of the 800th anniversary of the charter next year. The village was the administrative...
2014/07/28 12:42
2014/07/28 12:42
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What happened? Between 2011 and 2014, the Cabinet Office and the Big Lottery Fund allocated grants of more than £2m to the government's Big Society Network and its charitable parent arm, the Society...
2014/07/28 07:31
2014/07/28 07:31
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... stolen from the community’ - heartbreak after thieves steal from Gorleston youth club Volunteers from a youth group in Gorleston are “devastated” after thieves broke into their...
2014/07/28 06:37
2014/07/28 06:37
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Andy Thornton, a former government adviser and chief executive of the Citizenship Foundation, said funding to established charities with strong track records had dropped significantly while money was...
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2014/07/26 14:24
2014/07/26 14:24
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The money from the Big Lottery Fund is being aimed at 18 to 24-year-olds who have been out of work or education for more than a year – as well as carers, ex-drug addicts and young offenders. Six...
2014/07/26 11:27
2014/07/26 11:27
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A local charity has received almost half a million pounds from the Big Lottery Fund to support a fantastic three-year project aimed at helping blind and print disabled children access their favourite...
2014/07/26 10:51
2014/07/26 10:51
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The Charity Commission is examining whether Cabinet Office funding for a childhood obesity project was used to pay down the debts of a linked company, the Independent reported. It is also seeking...
2014/07/25 15:34
2014/07/25 15:34
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The delights of Quarr Abbey have been helped by a National Lottery grant. THE National Lottery, which began in this country in 1994, is a funny old mixture. It exists overwhelmingly because of the...
2014/07/25 06:05
2014/07/25 06:05
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Call for ‘army of volunteers’ to join new programme to help older and frail people in Norwich Dr Chris Price, from NHS Norwich CCG An army of volunteers will be asked to give up their time to help...
2014/07/24 08:33
2014/07/24 08:33
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A PROJECT aimed at running an allotment for the community is set to grow after a £10,000 lottery grant. Bethel Evangelical Church’s Get Growing scheme will try to help tackle food poverty in the Tile...
2014/07/23 06:12
2014/07/23 06:12
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Tons of sand, water and deckchairs have turned Elcho Gardens in the Calton into a seaside oasis where children and adults are being treated to free ice cream. And organisers have decided to highlight...
2014/07/22 23:41
2014/07/22 23:41
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Last updated at 10:46, Friday, 24 July 2009 HADRIAN’S Wall Country’s bid to become the world’s first cross-country Fairtrade zone has attracted international support. Over 90 businesses are...
2014/07/22 03:09
2014/07/22 03:09
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The finding was one of a number of criticisms relating to grants totalling more than £2 million to projects linked to the BSN and its charitable arm the Society Network Foundation. The Big Society...
2014/07/21 08:08
2014/07/21 08:08
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A TEENAGER who was told he’d never amount to anything has turned his life around – and become a lifesaver. Gary Penders was constantly getting into trouble with teachers and police for disruptive...
2014/07/19 08:30
2014/07/19 08:30
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Published: 19 Jul 2014 09:00 A DESPERATE Greenock man released from jail has opened his heart to tell how he was saved from the brink of suicide thanks to a charity’s help. The former prisoner was...
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2014/07/16 20:17
2014/07/16 20:17
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Trying to get a job after university or college is tough. But for those with few qualifications – and with youth unemployment at 810,000 – the challenge can be almost impossible. Rural areas are...
2014/07/16 16:27
2014/07/16 16:27
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The Wiseworks Centre, in Marlborough Hill, Harrow, launches new gardening project Mental health day centre launches new gardening project A centre helping people with mental health issues officially...
2014/07/16 10:51
2014/07/16 10:51
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Highgate primary school plans to build outdoor pods to bring back traditional playPupils of St Michael's Primary School, Highgate, with Olympic torch bearer Alan Mak in 2012 Toys are to be replaced...
2014/07/15 11:13
2014/07/15 11:13
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Last updated at 11:31, Tuesday, 15 July 2014 A PARK in Barrow which has undergone a £200,000 revamp will be officially opened tomorrow. Barrow Island Community Trust will be hosting the grand...
2014/07/31 16:07
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