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20 Jun 2013North East Tiles Porcelain is a tile supplier from the North East of England which recognises the importance of supporting local charities.
20 Jun 2013Lynemouth A stunning new artwork has been unveiled in Lynemouth as part of a million pound environmental improvements scheme in the area.
19 Jun 2013Nationwide US President Barack Obama paid tribute to Groundwork during a keynote speech ahead of the G8 summit. The President gave a special mention to Sylvia Gordon, director of Groundwork Northern Ireland.
19 Jun 2013Workington, Cumbria The Cumbria team have been busy working on a makeover to the entrance of Oldside Wind Farm, near Workington, an area of brownfield habitat, for the benefit of local communities and wildlife.
18 Jun 2013Carlisle Stella Kent, Senior Project Officer at the Cumbria office, has been busy with a paint brush for most of May - working on a colour transformation at one of the busiest roundabouts in Carlisle.
17 Jun 2013Darlington Groundwork North East is delighted to announce that additional funding has been secured to maintain the out-of-hours play services in Darlington beyond the end of July, following a period of uncertainty over its future.
10 Jun 2013Gateshead A former council nursery, which has been closed for two years, is reopening this summer following a deal with Groundwork North East.
10 Jun 2013North East Mrs Ella Neale is going back in time with volunteers from Groundwork North East in a project to recognise the work of the ‘lumberjills’ during the second world war.
06 Jun 2013Hamsterly Colliery The official opening ceremony of a new wheeled sports facility was held on Saturday 18th May in Hamsterley Colliery and was well attended by members of the local community despite the very wet weather.
23 May 2013Jarrow A keen group of artistic volunteers came together to transform an unappealing underpass in South Shields into a user friendly space. The underpass crosses the busy John Reid Road, but had become a dank and unpleasant route for pedestrians.
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