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News: March 2018

Sanctuary apprentices Sophie Davies and Collette Kennedy at Lache allotments.

A group of community-minded apprentices in Chester have been putting their maintenance skills to good use to celebrate National Apprenticeship Week (NAW).

Posted on 12 Mar 2018
Watch Commander Jim Sharpe, Sanctuary apprentices Adam Gutteridge, Kelvin Mamvura and Ben Cowles and Firefighter Shaun MacColl.

A team of Sanctuary Group apprentices have answered the call and helped redecorate their local fire station to mark National Apprenticeship Week.

Posted on 12 Mar 2018
Young people encouraged to take part in community art project

Young people in an Essex village are being encouraged to show off their artistic talents by taking part in a free community project this Easter.

Posted on 9 Mar 2018
Youth club boosted by new equipment

A Blacon youth club has been given a new lease of life after receiving funding from Avenue Services to provide a raft of new equipment.

Posted on 9 Mar 2018

Dozens of families are involved in an exciting rock hunt around Littleport following the success of a local craft project.

Posted on 8 Mar 2018

The Grow Gap project is set to bring together young and old through the creation of a community allotment later this year.

Posted on 6 Mar 2018
Karen Vaughan

An inspirational Torbay project leader has come forward to share the story of how far she has come to mark International Women’s Day 2018.

Posted on 1 Mar 2018
Free training will be delivered to Haringey residents to raise awareness of environmental issues.

Haringey residents can learn new skills designed to improve their green credentials and boost career prospects thanks to Sanctuary Housing and Estates Elite Recycling.

Posted on 1 Mar 2018
Mia Cookson & Nicole Farrah

Children, young people and families in Chester enjoyed lots of outdoor fun during a series of half-term activities organised by Sanctuary Housing.

Posted on 1 Mar 2018
Shot from five-a-side football

Shiregreen teens are invited to get fit and healthy this spring through exciting football sessions from Sanctuary Housing and Forge Youth.

Posted on 1 Mar 2018



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