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16 Aug 2013South Tyneside Young people can get in the swim, brush up on their skills and even dance to their heart’s content during fun-packed events to mark International Youth Day in South Tyneside.
12 Aug 2013Sunderland Sustainable Sunderland is a series of projects funded by The Big Lottery, led by Sunderland BME Network. It is aimed at residents, businesses and organisations in the Hendon, Millfield, Pallion and Southwick areas of Sunderland.
08 Aug 2013Darlington Youngsters descended upon Darlington’s South Park to enjoy a day of fun and games in the sunshine.
02 Aug 2013North East During 2012-2013 the Landscape team have worked on over 106 schemes, to a total value 0f £3,990,000. We think this is great and want to celebrate their successes.
01 Aug 2013Gateshead Thanks to volunteers on the National Citizens Service Bill Quay Farm is no longer under threat due to government funding cuts.
29 Jul 2013Elba Park, Sunderland Keep Britain Tidy announces a record-breaking number of award-winning parks and green spaces for 2013.
25 Jul 2013Durham How Buytiles.com helps local housing with affordable, quality tiles.
04 Jul 2013North East Kate Culverhouse, Managing Director of Groundwork North East is interviewed by The Journal.
02 Jul 2013Green Park, Darlington Groundwork North East worked with Darlington Borough Council, Harewood Lodge and St Augustines primary school to develop a nature sculpture trail in Green Park. A local artist Graeme Hopper was commissioned to design the artwork.
28 Jun 2013Various Groundwork North East have been successful in securing a Reaching Communities bid to provide open access inclusive play provision for children across the trust for a three year period.
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