Lottery funding for Bristol's Single Parent Action Network

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The Big Lottery Reaching Communities programme has granted more than £600,000 to three charities in the West of England to help single parents, carers and homeless young people.

Bristol's Single Parent Action Network and Weston Hospicecare are to receive £250,809 and £142,950 respectively. Gloucestershire Nightstop has been granted £215,911 to continue to train volunteers to take young homeless people into their homes.

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