Groundwork East is part of the Groundwork federation
> To apply for funding, visit the Tesco Bags of Help website.
Workshop Watford was awarded a £4,000 Bags of Help grant to fund its 'Work and Life Skills' training programme
Bags of Help grant used to improve facilities at Warboys Cricket Club in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire
Rickmansworth Waterways Trust has used a Tesco Bags of Help grant to fund what is now the largest community event in the area
Leighton Buzzard Youth Club has used a Tesco Bags of Help grant to buy sports equipment
St John Ambulance has used a Tesco Bags of Help grant to buy essential new equipment.
First Focus to purchase new safety equipment and defibrillator using the Bags of Help grant
Bags of Help grant improves Weeting School's library facilities
Brinkley Grove Primary have rejuvenated their outdoor space and created more learning opportunities at their school.
Brandon Heritage Centre has benefited from two grants over the past year, to help them with developing their exhibits and for events to mark the end of the First World War.
The British Red Cross received funding through Tesco Bags of Help to purchase more wheelchairs for the community.
Heathlands School for deaf children used a grant to rejuvenate their outdoor playground equipment.
The Countryside Management Service has used a Tesco Bags of Help grant to help rejuvenate the outdoor area Walsworth Common.
Groundwork East is a company limited by guarantee and registered in England.
Company Registration No. 1944186. Charity Registration No. 293141. Registered office: Mill Green, Hatfield, Herts AL9 5PE. @groundworkeast
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