Swinton Lock bags £350,000 lottery grant

A COMMUNITY hub helping survivors of child sexual exploitation has been handed a £350,000 lotto grant to help widen its network of support.

The cash given to Swinton Lock Activity Centre by the Big Lottery Fund will allow it to develop its provision for other groups.

Staff will be able to develop support for children and adults with learning disabilities and do more with the centre’s canalboats.

Swinton Lock chief executive Jayne Senior said: “For us as a service, it’s fabulous news. It’s brilliant because we still need to continue expanding what we do here.

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2 Responses to Swinton Lock bags £350,000 lottery grant

  1. D.A.C.A says:

    Well done well deserved top professionals doing a top job fantastic news for families/and service users massive for a small charity well done Swinton lock ladies lead by Jayne senior MBE great. News for all the new referrals going from strength to strength for the people what need it

    • Ginger Nut says:

      My, that’s a lot of art crayons, paper, craft felt and binka that Jayne Senior can stock up with……

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