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Memory Lane: Public sector cuts: where they will hit (Guardian 25 March 2011)

More public sector cuts that are affecting the most vulnerable people

Going a little back in the memory lane. Guardian had reported in great detail the cuts that will affect the much needed / critical social and public services in Britain... Read on as we see the anger on the streets tonight.

(Original Article from Guardian>>>)

 

London and south-east England

Refugee Action "one stop" advice service
Harrow youth offending team
New Cross library, south London
Park ranger service, Lambeth, south London
Permanent secretary for government communications
Real Lettings
Lewisham Connexions centre, south London
Playing for Success, south London
Newham Asian Women's Project, east London
Youthreach youth counselling service, south London
Tower Hamlets council help for teachers
CSV Vibe NHS hospital volunteer project, Sidcup, south London
Artsdepot, North Finchley, London
Haringey Advisory Group on Alcohol, north London
The House of Commons, Westminster
The Rose Theatre, Kingston upon Thames

Northern England

East Leeds leisure centre
Community family support workers, Oldham
South Tyneside Churches Key Project
Maplehome, Pensall House, Poulton House, Meadowcraft,Fernleigh care homes, the Wirral, Merseyside
Leeson Project, Speke, Liverpool
Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse
Morpeth flood defence scheme
Rochdale Law Centre
Trimdon Grange community centre, Stockton-on-Tees
Public toilets, Piccadilly bus station, Manchester
Building Bridges Pendle

Midlands and East Anglia

Birmingham Citizens Advice bureaux
MRC Community Action, Coalville, Leicestershire
School crossing patrols, Suffolk
KicFM youth radio station, Wolverhampton
Weoley Castle Community Projects, Birmingham
Warwick fire station
The Potteries Museum, Stoke-on-Trent
Handel Street day centre for street drinkers, Nottingham

South-west England

Devon Conservation Forum
Dulverton and District Young People's Project, Exmoor

Wales

Terrence Higgins Trust CHAPS Cymru project, Wales
Swansea University modern foreign languages department
Gwent Theatre, Abergavenny

Scotland

Blindcraft, Edinburgh
Re-JIG: Recycling – Jura Islay Group, southern Hebrides
Scottish Refugee Council
Rape Crisis Centre, Glasgow

Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland Music Therapy Trust

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