GBL funded community projects
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"Money A+E is coming to East Finchley...This award winning social enterprise provides money advice & educational services. Grange Big Local is funding a workshop on Church Lane - open to all who would like support with any money issues - including debt, budgeting and saving."
BREAD N BUTTER
Our community cooking classes at St Mary's Church Hall are paused for now - please join our mailing list to keep updated.
Feedback from one participant:
"There is a warm, supportive atmosphere at the sessions. There is always someone to lend a hand and offer some friendly advice or suggestions. These Fridays have something that stands out from other cookery classes. Everyone that attends the group leaves learning something new and sharing a unique experience." Find out more about this great course in this piece by participant Cecilia.
GRANGE YOUTH GROUP
The youth group on the Grange estate is run by Hope North London and is funded by GBL. It is currently closed - but stay in touch at http://hopenorthlondon.org.uk For more info contact Jamie at firstname.lastname@example.org
This girls football club based at Martin School received a grant from GBL and was been set up to encourage, mentor and support girls under 11. Please contact the organisers for the latest information on practice sessions.
Some of our grants recipients are working on developing community gardening projects in the area - if you are interested in getting involved please email us at email@example.com
Local resident Naomi received a grant from GBL to set up meditation sessions, and she is now continuing the project independently - you can follow her on Insta for more information
Friends of Market Place
We are supporting the set up of a "Friends of" group to look at the renovation of the open space at Market Place.
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