Staffordshire Wildlife Walk in Uttoxeter July 2015 - 1 - Heath Big Local

Welcome to the Heath Big Local, a voluntary partnership that exists to invest at least £1 million of National Lottery funding in making a lasting change in the things that matter to local people who live in the Heath area of Uttoxeter.

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Uttoxeter women’s refuge receive grant for kitchen

The Heath Big Local has presented a cheque to Halfrida House, a local women refuse, to fund a new kitchen for the residents, helping them learn cookery skills, meal preparation and healthy, balanced nutritional meals.

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Connexions receive much needed funding from HBL’s Community Chest

Things are hotting up for a community group in Uttoxeter following a £2,000 grant to buy a new oven. Connexions is a group for over 60s that meets at Uttoxeter Pentecostal Church every Friday. Sessions include a free lunch, games, talks and the chance to build friendships. The new oven purchase – provided with Community…

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4th Uttoxeter Brownies receives a cheque from the Heath Big Local

The 4th Uttoxeter Brownies were delighted to host a visit from representatives of Heath Big Local on Tuesday 12th July to receive a cheque for almost £400. The cheque was very gratefully received by the Brownies, a number of whom live or go to school in the Heath Ward. It will enable a number of…

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Big boost for Kirk House by Heath Big Lottery

At a presentation at Kirk House on the 8th July, Penny and Zdzislaw Krupski and Sue Wilkinson on behalf of the Heath Big Local handed Kirk House Matron and Trustees a cheque for just over £9,900 from their lottery-funded grant. Following the recent full Care Quality Commission inspection which resulted in a “Good” rating in…

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Local autism group receive funding from HBL

Wendy Harrogate from Uttoxeter’s Autism Pyramid Group thanks the Heath Big Local for funding. With the government cuts to spending, children with autism have fewer opportunities to meet and play in a supporting and accepting environment. Their parents/carers also have few chances to meet others in a similar situation to share advice and support each…

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