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 Opportunity-Vale of Evesham

The Wychavon Strategic Partnership has developed an ambitious four-year project, Opportunity Vale of Evesham.  The project, which is funded with £420,000 from the first LAA reward grant, will provide help to certain areas in the Vale of Evesham. 

The project is targeted at around 2000 households living in the rural wards of Badsey, Broadway, Harvington, Littletons, Norton, Offenham and Wickhamford plus parts of Evesham. 

Opportunity Vale of Evesham aims to improve skills and confidence; reduce fuel poverty; and, improve health within these communities.  The project will work with communities to identify what would make the greatest difference locally.

The organisations/partners involved in the project can be found in our Directory of Local Services Booklet. 

The project will finish at the end of May 2014.  The next phase for the programme is being formulated in the shape of the Rural Communities programme.

"For further information on the Opportunity Vale of Evesham project contact:
David Manning, Project Manager on 01386565478, david.manning@wychavon.gov.uk
Tracy Perkins, Support Officer on 01386 565517, tracy.perkins@wychavon.gov.uk

 

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This page was last reviewed 12 November 2013 at 12:02 by Tracy Perkins.
The page is next due for review 11 May 2014.