Nailsea charity receives cash boost

PUBLISHED: 11:45 15 October 2010

Chairman  Chris Baker with  Volunteers from  Nailsea Disability Initiative, Clown Glass Place

Chairman Chris Baker with Volunteers from Nailsea Disability Initiative, Clown Glass Place

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A NAILSEA charity has been given a cash boost to help train up more volunteers.

Chairman  Chris Baker with  Volunteers from  Nailsea Disability Initiative, Clown Glass Place

A NAILSEA charity has been given a cash boost to help train up more volunteers.

Nailsea Disability Initiative, based in Crown Glass Place, has been given £5,000 by Simply Health.

The charity offers advice and practical support to people with disabilities and is open Monday-Thursday from 10am-3pm.


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