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At time of writing this article, 16 out of 1069 Changing Places toilets are in museums. We are working collaboratively with families and Changing...
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Becki Morris
Hello, The South Cumbria Species Restoration Project is a six-year, multi-partner project that aspires to deliver a project of national significance with high local...
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James Hodge
Not sure if this has been addressed before I would like to invite you view on the matter of whether providing lottery funding to...
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Steven Jardine
We're looking for an organisation to conduct an audit of existing footpaths along the River Aire and help us target both physical improvement work...
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Simon Watts
Yesterday we hosted a really informative live chat about working with consultants . We heard first-hand from consultants about why their work is important...
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Amy Freeborn
We regularly receive questions in the Online Community about costing, identifying, employing and managing relationships with consultants, so we've decided to dedicate a live...
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Amy Freeborn
Dear All, Just to let you know that we have finalised the programme for the conference (attached) and are now taking bookings. For a...
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Rebecca Bennett
Conservation and Restoration of Pipe Organs There are several key organisations which can be of assistance to anyone interested in seeking a grant from...
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I am based in Barnstaple, Devon, and offer free photography to various local organisations, and to local branches of national organisations, as per attached...
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Jim Smith
Hello, Has anybody created a Sense of Place toolkit and if so please could you recommend some consultants. Thank you Claire
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Claire Poulton
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