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£450k for new social enterprises

27th November 2009

The government has announced that six projects will be given £450,000 worth of funding to set up new services.

The social care services will help the elderly, homeless and disabled people and nurses. NHS West Midlands will receive £100,000 to set up respite care programmes for disabled people and Gateshead Council will be given £61,875 to develop a new programme to train older and disabled people to share their knowledge with other people who are in a similar situation.

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Article Information

Title: £450k for new social enterprises
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 13402
Date Added: 27th Nov 2009

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