This is an image of one of the local residents from the Incredible Edible Wakefield project standing in the community garden

13 May 2013

The funding is being used to support local people to develop a project that aims to bring their community back together and help them feel proud of their neighbourhood.  It will enable them to

This is an image of People's Health Trust’s logo

02 May 2013

Chair Lesley Lopez and two group members attended The Health Lottery Tea Party at Claridge’s to help celebrate £32 million of new good causes funding raised by society lotteries through

This is an image of People's Health Trust’s logo

02 May 2013

Karen Whitehouse and group members Chloe Walsh and Eleanor Tkocz attended The Health Lottery Tea Party at Claridge’s to help celebrate £32 million of new good causes funding raised by s

This is an image of Living Wage Foundation's logo

26 April 2013

Launched by London Citizens in 2001, the Living Wage has won over £210m for 45,000 low-paid workers and has spread across the entire United Kingdom.

This is an image of members of Avon-North Mencap Society. The local programme is made possible thanks to funding from People’s Health Trust using money raised by HealthTogether through The Health Lottery.

26 April 2013

Mencap’s Gateway Award encourages people with a learning disability to take part in activities that help them gain new skills, become more independent and get involved with their communities.

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16 April 2013

We'd very much value your help to refine some messages that we have developed.

This is an image of Simon Cowell with Leicester Cobras Wheelchair Basketball Club member George Bates. The event was attended by celebrities and representatives from local charity projects that have been funded by People’s Health Trust. The Trust uses the good causes money to support people in disadvantaged communities to grow up, live, work and age well.

10 April 2013

Chairman Ian Trott, Coach Steve Gill and club members Helen Tolley and George Bates attended The Health Lottery Tea Party at Claridge’s to help celebrate £32 million of new good causes

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