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05 March 2014

This is all thanks to funding of over £21,000 from People’s Health Trust – using money raised by HealthRich through The Health Lottery. 

Image of people involved with the project. Thanks to funding of over £23,000 from People’s Health Trust, using money raised by HealthAble through The Health Lottery, nearly 50 people from the local community are working at Botcherby Community Centre to design and build a piece of art to serve as the gateway to their community.

06 February 2014

Thanks to funding of over £23,000 from People’s Health Trust, using money raised by HealthAble through The Health Lottery, nearly 50 people from the local community are working at Botch

Local people in Seacroft have banded together to come up with their great idea – to launch a community market. And with the help of £24,381 funding from People’s Health Trust - using money raised by HealthAmaze through The Health Lottery, they’ve done just that.

05 December 2013

Leeds 14 Trust, a local not-for-profit group, wanted to star

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14 November 2013

People’s Health Trust has just launched Active Communities in Gloucestershire and Swindon – a funding programme for local people wanting to create fairer places to grow, live, work and

This is an image of members of Achievement Through Football (ATF) Southend YFC

14 November 2013

The funding will enable them to develop a programme of regular, structured activities for 100 local young people aged between 12 and 16 years old that are at risk of being excluded from mainstream

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16 October 2013

People’s Health Trust has just launched Active Communities in East and West Sussex, Brighton and Hove – a funding program

This is an image of members of Kidz Konnekt on an exersion in the woods.. John Hume – Chief Executive, People’s Health Trust, said: “It’s great that young people have got so involved in organising activities that they want to take part in at their local youth club. As well as having a good time they’re learning new things and making sure that young people in South Bank have a voice.

10 October 2013

Young people aged between 8 and 16 are getting together three times a week after school to take part in activities of their choice.

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