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A Norwich charity that supports struggling families in the city has been awarded £286,606 from the Big Lottery Fund. The cash given to Home-Start Norwich is part of total funding to projects in the East of England of £1,091,350.
The money comes from the Reaching Communities programme which helps those most in need and builds stronger communities.
Home-Start Norwich, which is based at St Benedicts View, off Grapes Hill, has been awarded the cash to expand a project which aims to improve the mental health and wellbeing of children and families in the city.
A Watford charity celebrated its 20th birthday on Tuesday by enjoying a slice of cake.
Home Start Watford and Three Rivers invited residents along to get a chance to meet past and present volunteers, trustees, founders and supporters and view boards displaying 20 years of memories.
The travel company, which has raised £500,000 for good causes over the past two years, plans to co-ordinate its fundraising initiatives. The foundation has already selected seven charity partners for 2013, which includes Home-Start UK.
The foundation will focus on five cause areas: disadvantaged families, children and young people, education and sustainability, and injured service people and their families.
Staff at Home-Start Perth were celebrating recently following a funding boost from Children in Need.
The grant money will be in place for the next three years and will be used to purchase new toys and equipment for Home-Start's family group.
Nurseries and children centres across Wirral were celebrating after recieving 'Health Promoting Early Years' status (award to enhance children's wellbeing) for encouraging healthy lifestyles to children under five.
A total of 28 nurseries and children centres attended the event, and told guests how they were working in partnership with Home-Start Wirral as part of their healthy early years work.