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Projects delivered by community groups by area

March to September 2021

COALFIELDS AREA projects delivered by: Active families NE, Hetton New dawn, Singing Elf, SNCBC, Easington Lane Community Access Point, Space4, Springboard, Houghton Racecourse CA, Penshaw CA, ShARP, Cake and Company, Shiney Marras and Hetton Disabled Club.

Contact details

Summary of activity

Kelly Brougham

activefamiliesne@gmail.com

07946 269 005

The planned delivery of activities and interventions will have a specific aim of reaching out to those residents that may be unaware of the risk associated with Covid-19 or the importance of having the vaccine.

We have identified specific locations and cohorts of the community across the Coalfields area that are a priority for this initiative including low-income families, over 65's, those living in poverty, young people and those with limited reading/writing and I.T literacy.

EAST AREA projects delivered by: The Box Youth & Community Project, Bluewatch Youth Centre, Ryhope CA, Back on the Map and Active Families.

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Summary of activity

Denise Barna

theboxyouthproject@gmail.com

07885 274 646

The planned delivery of activities and interventions will have a specific aim of reaching out to those residents that may be unaware of the risk associated with Covid-19 or the importance of having the vaccine.

We have identified specific locations and cohorts of the community across the East area that are a priority for this initiative including low-income families, over 65's, those living in poverty, young people and those with limited reading/writing and I.T literacy.

NORTH AREA projects delivered by: SNYP, Sunderland Community Action Group, Friends of Fulwell/North East Sport, SNCBC, Monkwearmouth Academy, Fulwell Community Library, Schools and Open Spaces.

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Summary of activity

Ruth Walker

ruth@snyp.co.uk

0191 549 1179

The planned delivery of activities and interventions will have a specific aim of reaching out to those residents that may be unaware of the risk associated with Covid-19 or the importance of having the vaccine.

We have identified specific locations and cohorts of the community across the North area that are a priority for this initiative including low-income families, over 65's, those living in poverty, young people and those with limited reading/writing and I.T literacy.

WASHINGTON AREA projects delivered by: SNCBC Community Opportunities, Shiney Row Advice and Resource Project, Washington Millennium Centre/Washington Trust, Washington MIND, Mickeys Place, Washington Food Bank, Gentoo, Clean and Green project, Bowes Railway, REACT Employability Project and Jobcentre.

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Summary of activity

Nikki Vokes

nikkivokes@communityopportunities.co.uk

0191 537 3231

The planned delivery of activities and interventions will have a specific aim of reaching out to those residents that may be unaware of the risk associated with Covid-19 or the importance of having the vaccine.

We have identified specific locations and cohorts of the community across the Washington area that are a priority for this initiative including low-income families, over 65's, those living in poverty, young people and those with limited reading/writing and I.T literacy.

WEST AREA projects delivered by: Pallion Action Group, Farringdon Youth and Community Centre, Plains Farm Youth and Community Centre, Sunderland North Community Business Centre, Active Families, Grindon Community Church Project, Grindon Young People's Centre, Pennywell Youth Project, Silksworth Youth and Community Centre, Parker Trust, Kayll Road Library and Thorney Close Action and Enterprise Centre.

Contact details

Summary of activity

Joanne Laverick

Joanne@youthalmighty.co.uk

07900298794

The planned delivery of activities and interventions will have a specific aim of reaching out to those residents that may be unaware of the risk associated with Covid-19 or the importance of having the vaccine.

We have identified specific locations and cohorts of the community across the West area that are a priority for this initiative including low-income families, over 65's, those living in poverty, young people and those with limited reading/writing and I.T literacy.

 

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