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Edlington Hill Top Centre gets £300,000 boost

Leigh__Caroline__Linda_and_Keri.jpgCaroline Flint and Civic Mayor Linda Curran joined Cllr Phil Cole and Edlington Town Mayor Keri Anderson to celebrate a £301,755 grant from the National Lottery Community Fund.

The MP and councillors were joining residents for the Edlington Great Get Together, organised by Aspiring2 at the Hill Top Centre, which included a performance by A Choired Taste, a new Edlington choir making their first public appearance.

A_Choired_Taste.jpgSaid Caroline: “The Great Get Together was a fantastic day and Sue Oxley and Aspiring2 deserve great credit. 

"And with a new grant secured, after a year of preparation by Leigh Calladine, the Trustees and Hill Top Centre staff, guarantees the work of this centre for another five years.”

Caroline_Leigh_Phil_and_Linda_Curran.jpgSaid Cllr Phil Cole “The new grant secured by the Hill Top Centre is a great reward for all their hard work.  Communities projects like the Hill Top Centre and ECO are doing more than ever to support this village.  I’m very proud of the work they do with important partners like Aspiring2, who help to tackle social isolation."

Photo top right Caroline, Leigh Calladine, Civic Mayor Linda Curran and Edlington Town Council Mayor Keri Anderson.

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A_Choired_Taste_-_Sam.jpgPhotos (left) A Choired Taste perform, then with Caroline Flint.

Photo (Bottom right) Caroline, Leigh calladine, Cllr Phil Cole and Civic Mayor Linda Curran.

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