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Groundwork NE & Cumbria is launching an appeal to find new premises for its social enterprise GWK Woodshed, to avoid its closure in September.
Groundwork NE & Cumbria has appointed Kim McGuiness as the new Programme Manager on its North of the Tyne initiative.
The River Tees Rediscovered Landscape Partnership invites quotes from an experienced lead designer/artist who will be responsible for writing, designing, producing and installing on site interpretation at the Tees Cottage Pumping Station and neighbouring Broken Scar site.
The Greenhouse, the first commercial eco building in County Durham, which is managed by Groundwork NE & Cumbria, is launching a new café and business lounge to provide opportunities for apprentices and create a thriving business environment.
Sunderland City Council is launching a new recycling and rewards campaign to encourage local residents to be more environmentally friendly.
Following the news that the number of Cumbrians claiming unemployment benefits has risen to 5280, Groundwork NE & Cumbria is encouraging those out of work to use its employment support service
Work is now underway at Land of Oak & Iron’s flagship £1.5M Crowley’s Heritage Centre, at Winlaton Mill in Gateshead, which could bring more than £500,000 into the local economy annually as a landmark tourist attraction.
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A group of Japanese academics supporting the rebuilding of communities damaged by the nuclear-power station disaster in Fukushima are visiting the North East to learn about how community regeneration charity Groundwork NE & Cumbria is helping local people.
Groundwork NE & Cumbria has received an award in recognition of its work with Cummins to protect and preserve Tees Valley heritage.
Darlington’s children will be able to enjoy play facilities inspired by the town’s rich heritage as the birthplace of the railways after a successful fundraising campaign led by Groundwork NE & Cumbria.
Land of Oak & Iron’s flagship Visitor Centre, at Winlaton Mill, is set to become a reality after reaching its main fundraising target of just over £1.5 million.
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