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Deepdale community group manager speaks out on government cuts

Posted on - 30th August, 2011 - 12:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Charities, News, Politics

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With town hall’s across the county tightening their budgets it is many grass roots organisations who rely on public funding who are feeling the pinch.

We spoke to Sally Sutton from the Lancashire BME Pact about the funding cuts being faced by the community sector.

The Pact is a group working to ensure local communities benefit from regeneration projects in their areas.

This content is produced in partnership with SpeakUpPreston, training community journalists to tell the stories of Deepdale, St Matthews and Ribbleton.

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