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A boxing club in Manchester’s Moss Side has been named as the first project to benefit from Sport England’s Inspired Facilities Fund, as it emerged that over six hundred sports clubs across England have applied to the Olympic legacy fund’s first round

Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government Eric Pickles has spoken of the vital role that faith groups play in local communities, enriching neighbourhoods and improving the lives of those around them

Communities Minister Andrew Stunell this week met trainees learning new practical skills to help them get back into employment at the Café on the Hill project in Ealing, London


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Baroness Newlove, the Government's Champion for Active Safer Communities, joined local residents in Spon End, Coventry to celebrate the opening of a memorial garden at Wellington Gardens. The memorial garden has been revived and redesigned with the help and ideas from young people, who took part in Whitefriars Housing's summer 'Boot Camp' project


The Government is joining up with partners in industry and the voluntary sector to encourage families and communities across the country to start making preparations for winter


Today, up and down the country, thousands of people will be coming together to take action to improve the communities in which they live and work


The House of Lords will discuss whether the Government’s planning policy supports sustainable communities in a debate on its draft National Planning Policy Framework this morning (Thursday 13 October)


The Mayor of London Boris Johnson's flagship Team London volunteering programme is set to attract an unprecedented number of 60,000 volunteers by the end of a single mayoral term – almost half the size of the British Army


New Family Friendly Hotspots Report uses over 60 sets of data to pinpoint the best places in England and Wales for young families to live


With British Pubs Week just over a month away, Community Pubs Minister Bob Neill met publicans and punters to celebrate all that is great about the 'British local' and to discuss how to make this year's pubs week the best yet


Today more than four million households across the West Midlands, Yorkshire, Stoke-on-Trent and Newcastle-under-Lyme will make the switch to all-digital TV, taking the UK total to 17 million homes or 63 per cent of the UK

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