£34,443

was awarded to
The Factory Community Project & Youth Centre

on
Monday 12 July 1999

by
New Opportunities Fund

for
The grant will be used to expand existing provision by creating 23 additional before school places, 23 additional after school places and 20 additional holiday places. The schools served will be William Patten, Grazebrook, St Mary's, Grasmere, St Matthia

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Location Data

Postal Town:

London

Local Authority:

Islington

Region:

London

UK Constituency:

Islington North

EU Constituency:

London

Location data may be missing or incomplete, especially for older grants, for multiple repeat grants or for grants which are not location specific.

Tagged with

  • New Opportunities Fund
  • Health, Education, Environment
  • 1999
  • London
  • Islington
  • London
  • Islington North
  • London

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