“It is marvellous to see this project finally come to fruition. The living accommodation and office space has been converted to a very high standard and we’re delighted to see that the SLDC grant of £100,000 which has enabled this scheme, will give these young people a real chance not only to live in the community, but also to feel safe.”
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