"title","field_id_7","field_id_9","field_id_10","field_id_14","field_id_24","field_id_25","year","month","day", "NHS Lanarkshire staff","NHS Lanarkshire is cutting the equivalent of 123 full-time staff in 2010/11, which is just over one percent of the total workforce. All the cuts will be to non-clinical posts, including a 6.6 percent reduction in administration services staff.","","","ML","","","2010","11","24", "NHS Grampian staff","NHS Grampian is planning to cut the equivalent of 577 full-time staff in 2010/11, which is 5.1 percent of the total workforce. The breakdown of the cuts is as follows: Medical - 10 FTE (full-time equivalent staff); 1.9% of all medical staff Dental - 1 FTE Medical and dental support - 6 FTE Nursing and midwifery - 188 FTE; 3.5% Allied health professionals - 28 FTE; 3.1% Other therapeutic services - 11 FTE; 3.6% Personal and social care - 2 FTE Healthcare scientists - 14 FTE; 3% Support services - 181 FTE; 11.7% Administration services - 105 FTE; 5.8% Management - 31 FTE; 19.5%","","","AB","","","2010","11","24", "NHS Fife staff","NHS Fife is cutting the equivalent of 55 full-time staff in 2010/11, which is 0.75 percent of the total workforce. Most of the cuts will fall in nursing and midwifery, and adminisration services.","","","KY","","","2010","11","24", "NHS Tayside staff","NHS Tayside is cutting the equivalent of 495 full-time posts in 2010/11, which is 4.2 percent of the total workforce. There are no cuts to medical or dental posts. The breakdown of the cuts is as follows: Management - 7.6 FTE (full-time equivalent); 6.6% of all management staff Administrative services - 155.9 FTE; 7.7% Nursing and midwifery (pay bands 5+) - 95 FTE; 2.5% Nursing and midwifery (pay bands 1-4) - 62.7 FTE; 4.8% Allied health professionals - 45.2 FTE; 5.4% Other therapeutic services - 20.7 FTE; 6.4% Healthcare scientists - 23.8 FTE; 4.5% Support services - 84 FTE; 5.5%","","","DD","","","2010","11","24", "Manchester drug service","Closure of needle exchange provisioning Cheetham Hill , wythenshawe and 25 per cent removed from drug treatment across Manchester. Staff made redundant and services closed. ","","http://www.unisonnw.org.uk/news/newsitem.asp?ID=357","M","M8 ","","2012","06","15", "London South Bank University Language Centre","London South Bank University has decided to shut its Language Centre, which ran tutored foreign language courses as well as supporting independent learners of languages. The Language Centre offered courses in a variety of modern European languages, as well as English for international students - providing an essential resource for foreign students. The university previously said the centre aimed ""to become the model for an inner city university Language Centre that is at the heart of its community"". Mandarin Chinese courses will continue, funded by the Chinese government, at the university's Confucius Institute for Traditional Chinese Medicine.","http://savesouthbank.wordpress.com/2010/09/26/save-our-language-centre-emergency-meeting/","http://www.lsbu.ac.uk/languagecentre/","SE","SE1","0AA","2010","11","24", "West London Mental Health NHS Trust","West London Mental Health NHS Trust plans to cut its workforce by the equivalent of more than 450 full-time posts - more than 10 percent of total staffing - between 2010 and 2013. More than half will be to clinical posts. The expected breakdown of staffing cuts is: Medical staffing - 13.7 FTE (full-time equivalent staff); 4.68% of all medical staff Qualified psychology - 14.1 FTE; 9.38% Psychotherapy - 4.3 FTE; 8.87% Family therapists - 1.9 FTE; 13% Other qualified scientific and professional - 1.6 FTE; 4% Qualified allied health professionals - 10.7 FTE; 7.08% Unqualified allied health professionals - 12.5 FTE; 9.41% Qualified nurses - 109.7 FTE; 7.19% Unqualified nurses - 67.6 FTE; 8.39% Admin and clerical - 121.4 FTE; 21.37% Estates maintenance staff - 8 FTE; 11.68% Non-clinical support - 52.7 FTE; 12.17% Senior managers - 36.5 FTE; 22.97%","","","UB","","","2010","11","24", "Coventry and Warwickshire NHS mental health trust","Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust, which focuses on mental health, plans to cut its workforce by the equivalent of nearly 560 full-time posts - almost 20 percent of total staffing - between 2010 and 2013, including more than 300 clinical posts. The breakdown of the staffing cuts is: Clinical staff - 203.1 FTE (full-time equivalent staff); 14.8% of all clinical staff Support to clinical staff (mostly clinical roles) - 192 FTE; 19.2% NHS infrastructure support staff (non-clinical roles) - 161.3 FTE; 32.4%","","","CV","","","2010","11","24", "NHS Dumfries & Galloway staff","NHS Dumfries & Galloway is cutting the equivalent of 32 full-time posts in 2010/11, around one percent of total staffing. The cuts include 19 nursing and midwifery posts, while more than a third of management posts are being cut.","","","DG","","","2010","11","24", "Southampton University Hospitals staff","Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust is expecting to cut the equivalent of 509 full-time staff between 2010 and 2012, mostly through natural turnover. 324 posts are going in 2010/11, with 185 posts following in 2011/12. Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust provides local hospital services to some 1.3 million people living in Southampton and south Hampshire and specialist services such as neurosciences, cardiac services and children's intensive care to more than 3 million people in central southern England and the Channel Islands.","","","SO","","","2010","11","26", "Central Manchester University Hospitals staff","Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has announced that up to 1,400 jobs could go over the next four years in an attempt to make savings of £30m a year. The Trust runs the following hospitals: * Manchester Royal Eye Hospital * Manchester Royal Infirmary * Royal Manchester Children's Hospital * St Mary's Hospital * The University Dental Hospital","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-11438449","","M","","","2011","02","22", "Newport Passport Office","PCS have today been informed that the passport office in Newport, South Wales (and the majority of the agency’s interview offices across the UK) will shortly close. PCS report that the Newport closure will cost the area 250 jobs. They have also pointed out that the wider closures, of offices where first-time passport applicants go for interviews, will affect offices that were set up only a few years ago to prevent identity fraud. PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka said: “Not only will this increase the risk of fraud, the Newport closure represents an attack on an area of the UK economy that is crying out for investment not cuts. These closures will lead to mass job losses at a time of rising unemployment, and we will do everything we can to reverse this outrageous decision.”","http://www.touchstoneblog.org.uk/2010/10/cuts-watch-276-passport-offices/","","National","NP20 ","1XA","2010","10","11", "Benefits for disabled people","

New research undertaken by Demos, and funded by Scope and the Barrow Cadbury Trust, has found that the Government’s proposed welfare reforms will see 3.5 million disabled people lose over £9.2 billion of support by 2015 pushing them further into poverty and increasing social exclusion.

The report questions Government claims that welfare reforms will result in more disabled people moving into work, arguing that they are likely to result in more disabled people ending up trapped in long-term unemployment and a low pay no pay cycle – ultimately costing the tax-payer far more.

It concludes that by 2015 disabled people will experience the following cuts, as a result of benefits being uprated by CPI rather than RPI or the Rossi Index:

The report also estimates that 114,066 disabled people moved from incapacity benefit (and ESA) to Jobseekers Allowance will lose £994m.

","http://www.touchstoneblog.org.uk/2010/10/cuts-watch-278-benefits-for-disabled-people/","","National","","","2010","10","12", "Sefton Building Schools for the Future","Nine school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Sefton after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010","","","L","L20","","2010","10","12", "Sandwell General Hospital maternity services","Sandwell General Hospital in Birmingham will permanently lose consultant-led maternity services in 2011","http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/8052814/More-than-30-maternity-and-casualty-units-facing-the-axe.html","","B","B71","4HJ","2010","10","12", "Maidstone Hospital maternity services","Maidstone Hospital in Kent will permanently lose consultant-led maternity services in 2011","http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/8052814/More-than-30-maternity-and-casualty-units-facing-the-axe.html","","ME","ME16","9QQ","2010","10","12", "Newark Hospital casualty unit","Newark Hospital is seeing its casualty unit downgraded, with all emergency medical admissions diverted 20 miles away from April 2011","http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/8052814/More-than-30-maternity-and-casualty-units-facing-the-axe.html","","NG","NG24","4DE","2010","10","13", "Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Accident & Emergency","The A&E service at Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, in Welwyn Garden City, will be replaced by a centre likely to be staffed by GPs and nurses, so serious cases have to go elsewhere. The hospital will also lose its consultant-led maternity unit.","http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/8052814/More-than-30-maternity-and-casualty-units-facing-the-axe.html","","AL","AL7","4HQ","2010","10","13", "Whiteabbey Hospital Accident & Emergency","The A&E unit at Whiteabbey Hospital in Newtownabbey closed in May 2010, and has been replaced with a minor injury unit","http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/8053101/Revealed-list-of-hospitals-facing-AandE-and-maternity-closures-and-cutbacks.html","","BT","BT37","9RH","2010","10","12", "Mid-Ulster Hospital Accident & Emergency","The Accident & Emergency unit at Mid-Ulster Hospital in Magherafelt, Londonderry, closed in May 2010 and has been replaced with a minor injury unit","http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/8053101/Revealed-list-of-hospitals-facing-AandE-and-maternity-closures-and-cutbacks.html","","BT","BT45","5EX","2010","10","12", "Kent Building Schools for the Future","40 school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Kent after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010 ","","","ME","","","2010","10","14", "Kingston-upon-Thames Building Schools for the Future","Three school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled in Kingston-upon-Thames after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010 ","","","KT","","","2010","10","15", "Kirklees Building Schools for the Future","22 school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Kirklees after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010","","","HD","","","2010","10","15", "Lambeth Building Schools for the Future","Eight school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Lambeth after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010","","","SE","","","2010","10","15", "Lancashire Building Schools for the Future","Ten school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Lancashire after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010","","","PR","","","2010","10","15", "Lincolnshire Building Schools for the Future","Seven school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Lincolnshire after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010","","","LN","","","2010","10","15", "Liverpool Building Schools for the Future","25 school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Liverpool after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010 ","","","L","","","2010","10","15", "Luton Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","Ten school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Luton after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010 ","","","LU","","","2010","10","15", "Newham Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","14 school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Newham after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010","","","E","E16","","2010","10","15", "Norfolk Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","Four school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Norfolk after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010","","","NR","","","2010","10","15", "North East Lincolnshire Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","Eight school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across North East Lincolnshire after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010 ","","","DN","","","2010","10","15", "North Tyneside Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","11 school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across North Tyneside after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010 ","","","NE","","","2010","10","15", "Bedlingtonshire Community High School (Northumberland BSF)","Work on building new premises for Bedlingtonshire Community High School was cancelled after Michael Gove axed the Building Schools for the Future (BSF) national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010. Bedlingtonshire Community High School was the first non-academy school in Northumbria to be lined up for funding under the BSF programme. At the time of the cancellation, headteacher Kieran McGrane told local press that the school was scattered across a number of buildings, some dating back to the 1930s. He said that having just one new school building would have saved the school thousands of pounds in heating and other overheads.","","http://bedlington.journallive.co.uk/2010/07/bedlingtonshire-headteacher-co.html","NE","NE22","7DS","2010","10","15", "Nottingham Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","Nine school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Nottingham after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010","","","NG","","","2010","10","15", "Nottinghamshire Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","11 school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Nottinghamshire after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010 ","","","NG","","","2010","10","15", "Oldham Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","Eight school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Oldham after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010 ","","","OL","","","2010","10","15", "Oxfordshire Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","Five school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Oxfordshire after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010","","","OX","","","2010","10","15", "Peterborough Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","Nine school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Peterborough after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010","","","PE","","","2010","10","15", "Plymouth Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","Three school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled in Plymouth after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010","","","PL","","","2010","10","15", "Montacute Special School (Poole BSF programme)","Plans for new and expanded premises for Montacute Special School were cancelled after Michael Gove axed the Building Schools for the Future (BSF) national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010. Montacute School caters for children with severe, complex or profound and multiple learning difficulties. Some have additional sensory impairment, physical difficulties or medical needs, and others are identified as being within the autistic spectrum. The school provides for 75 pupils between the ages of 2 and 18 years. The school was built in 1968, in conjunction with an Adult Learning Centre on the same site. Although well-maintained, the school building is now unsuitable as special school accommodation. The former Adult Training Centre is no longer used and is becoming derelict. Under the proposed redevelopment, Montacute was to have been moved to a new site alongside Langside School, a non-maintained special school in Poole managed by Dorset Scope. The proposal was to accommodate an additional 27 children from Langside into an enlarged Montacute School to provide a new school with world class learning and facilities. Langside would then close. Under the axed proposals, Montacute School would have become a regional centre for families with children and young people with disabilities, providing extended use of facilities for families during weekends and holidays.","","http://www.bsf-bournemouth-poole.gov.uk/documents/Bournemouth Poole BSF OBC - subject to approval.pdf","BH","BH17","9NG","2010","10","15", "Winchelsea School (Poole BSF programme)","Plans to build new premises for Winchelsea special school were cancelled after Michael Gove axed the Building Schools for the Future (BSF) national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010. Winchelsea School is a Community Special School for pupils with moderate learning difficulties and more complex needs, including Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autistic Spectrum Disorder (Including Asperger Syndrome) and mild sensory and physical impairments. The school was originally built in 1972 and the existing buildings are not fit for purpose and include temporary accommodation. Under the BSF proposals, the school would have grown to accommodate 114 students, including 18 new post-16 places. New premises would have been built to replace the existing building, with the playground split into three designated areas for different age groups. Among the 'design drivers' for the proposed new school were: - To develop learning which is based on stage, not age, particularly at Key Stage 3, and to include a range of learning styles including outdoor, multi-sensory, thematic, project and product based learning - New post-16 provision which ensures that pupils at Winchelsea reaching age 16, will have appropriate, challenging and meaningful progression to further learning, employment and training - Develop Enterprise Education on the school site and offer a vocational qualification at Winchelsea • Achieve specialist status in Communications and Interaction, and become a centre of excellence for children with difficulties in these areas In addition, Winchelsea was to develop high standard speech and language support facilities in partnership with health colleagues, requiring appropriately identified space with specialist sound proofing.","","http://www.bsf-bournemouth-poole.gov.uk/documents/Bournemouth Poole BSF OBC - subject to approval.pdf","BH","BH12","4LL","2010","10","15", "Portsmouth Building Schools for the Future","11 school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled in Portsmouth after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010 ","","","PO","","","2010","10","15", "Support for vulnerable young people in Lewisham","Lewisham Council has implemented a number of cuts in support for young people with health issues or not in education, employment or training (NEET): - cutting funding for a mental health support worker based within Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS), specifically to work with referrals from youth advice service Connexions. As a result, there will be no dedicated CAMHS support to NEET young people with mental health issues, who will instead have to access services via a GP referral - a dedicated youth worker to provide information and guidance to target hard to reach young people - non-recruitment of a specialist teacher trained to advise children who are complex deaf/blind. The council will continue to employ other such specialist teachers, but this cut limits provision of what is a popular service among parents of affected children, and has anecdotally prevented high cost tribunals or judicial reviews being sought by parents - reduced funding for a project delivered by charity Catch 22 that provides support to reduce the number of young people that offend and reoffend. It targets those committing anti social behaviour who may have not come to the attention of the Youth Offending Service","http://athousandcuts.wordpress.com/2010/07/16/butcher-bullock-shines-a-dark-light-on-what’s-to-come/","http://www.lewisham.gov.uk/NR/rdonlyres/3353AD17-7524-46F2-AB48-2959EE414F2E/0/4289fd9290924c36b78348c4a3c8d813Item5APPENDIXB14July2010.PDF","SE","SE6","","2010","10","15", "Stonehenge Visitor Centre","The government cancelled £10m in proposed funding to help improve the setting of the prehistoric monument, with a new centre located further from the stones, the nearby A344 closed and a new transport system to drop visitors off. English Heritage hopes to secure funding from other sources.","","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/10343945","SP","SP4","7DE","2010","10","15", "North Tees and Hartlepool Hospital","The government scrapped plans for a new 'super hospital' on Teesside in June 2010. The £460m 660-bed project in Wynyard Park, north of Stockton, was to have replaced outdated hospital buildings at Stockton and Hartlepool. The hospital was also to have provided care closer to home for people in Hartlepool, Stockton and parts of Easington and Sedgefield.","","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/10342819","TS","TS22","5TB","2010","10","15", "NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde staff","NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde is cutting the equivalent of 1,252 full-time staff in 2010/11, which is 3.6 percent of the total workforce. The breakdown of the cuts is as follows: Medical - 13 FTE (full-time equivalent staff); 0.4% of all medical staff Nursing and midwifery - 553 FTE; 3.6% Allied health professionals - 61 FTE; 2.3% Other therapeutic services - 41 FTE; 4.1% Healthcare scientists - 59 FTE; 3.3% Support services - 180 FTE; 4.8% Administration services - 315 FTE; 5.7% Management - 30 FTE; 7.2%","","","G","","","2010","11","24", "NHS Ayrshire & Arran staff","NHS Ayrshire & Arran is cutting the equivalent of 113 full-time staff through natural turnover in 2010/11, which is 1.3 percent of the total workforce. There is a small increase in medical staff and support services staff. The main reductions are in nursing and midwifery (74 posts), allied health professionals (14 posts) and administration services (30 posts).","","","KA","","","2010","11","24", "Barking and Dagenham Building Schools for the Future","Ten school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Barking and Dagenham after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","RM","RM10","","2010","10","18", "Barnet Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","Six school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Barnet after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","N","N11","","2010","10","18", "Bedford Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","Twelve rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Bedford after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","MK","MK40","","2010","10","18", "Birmingham Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","Thirteen school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Birmingham after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","B","B1","","2010","10","18", "Blackpool Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","Ten school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Blackpool after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","FY","FY1","","2010","10","18", "Bolton Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","Seven school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Bolton after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","BL","BL1","","2010","10","18", "Bournemouth Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","Three school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Bournemouth after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","BH","BH2","","2010","10","18", "Bradford Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","Eighteen school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Bradford after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","BD","BD1","","2010","10","18", "Brent Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","Four school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Brent after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","HA","HA9","","2010","10","18", "Brighton & Hove Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","One school rebuilding project cancelled across Brighton & Hove after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","BN","BN3","","2010","10","18", "Bromley Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","One school rebuilding project cancelled across Bromley after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","BR","BR1","","2010","10","18", "Buckinghamshire Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","Five school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Buckinghamshire after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","HP","HP20","","2010","10","18", "Camden Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","Twelve school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Camden after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","WC","WC1H","","2010","10","18", "Cornwall Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","Six school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Cornwall after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","TR","TR1","","2010","10","18", "Coventry Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","Twenty one school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Coventry after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","CV","CV1","","2010","10","18", "Croydon Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","Two school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Croydon after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","CR","CR9","","2010","10","18", "Cumbria Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","Six school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Cumbria after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","CA","CA3","","2010","10","18", "Darlington Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","Seven school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Darlington after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","DL","DL1","","2010","10","18", "Derby Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","Fourteen school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Derby after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","DE","DE1","","2010","10","18", "Derbyshire Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","Six school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Derbyshire after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","DE","DE4","","2010","10","18", "Devon Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","Four school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Devon after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","EX","EX2","","2010","10","18", "Doncaster Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","Twenty two school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Doncaster after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","DN","DN1","","2010","10","18", "Dorset Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme","One school rebuilding project cancelled in Dorset after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","DT","DT1","","2010","10","18", "Durham Building Schools for the Future","Fifteen school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Durham after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","DH","DH1","","2010","10","18", "Ealing Building Schools for the Future","Sixteen school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Ealing after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","W","W5","","2010","10","18", "Enfield Building Schools for the Future","Five school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Enfield after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","EN","EN1","","2010","10","18", "Essex Building Schools for the Future","Eighteen school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Essex after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","CM","CM1","","2010","10","18", "Gateshead Building Schools for the Future","Five school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Gateshead after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","NE","NE8","","2010","10","18", "Greenwich Building Schools for the Future","Four school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Greenwich after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","SE","SE18","","2010","10","18", "Halton Building Schools for the Future","Ten school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Halton after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","WA","WA8","","2010","10","18", "Hammersmith and Fulham Building Schools for the Future","Thirteen school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Hammersmith and Fulham after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","W","W6","","2010","10","18", "Hampshire Building Schools for the Future","Nine school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Hampshire after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","SO","SO23","","2010","10","18", "Hartlepool Building Schools for the Future","Six school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Hartlepool after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","TS","TS24","","2010","10","18", "Havering Building Schools for the Future","Five school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Havering after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","RM","RM1","","2010","10","18", "Hertfordshire Building Schools for the Future","Seven school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Hertfordshire after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","SG","SG13","","2010","10","18", "Hillingdon Building Schools for the Future","Twelve school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Hillingdon after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","UB","UB8","","2010","10","18", "Hounslow Building Schools for the Future","Five school rebuilding and ICT projects cancelled across Hounslow after Michael Gove axed the national schoolbuilding programme on 5th July 2010.","","","TW","TW3","","2010","10","18", "2gether NHS mental health trust","2gether NHS Foundation Trust expects to cut the equivalent of 217 full-time staff from 2010-13 - 14.2 percent of its total workforce. The cuts will be achieved through natural turnover of staff.","","","GL","GL1","1LY","2010","10","21", "Calderstones NHS mental health trust","Calderstones Partnership NHS Foundation Trust plans to cut the equivalent of 126 full-time positions from 2010-13, around half of which will be nursing posts.","","","BB","BB7","9PE","2010","10","21", "Leeds NHS mental health trust","Leeds Partnership NHS Foundation Trust expects to cut the equivalent of around 258 full-time posts from 2010-13, including nearly 40 clinical posts in 2010/11.","","","LS","LS15","8ZB","2010","10","21", "New Cross library","As part of a comprehensive package of cuts, Lewisham Council is proposing to close five libraries, including New Cross. Lewisham borough is one of the most deprived boroughs in London, with high unemployment. Already down to three-day-a-week opening, the library is one of the few free educational and cultural resources in the area. It is well-frequented by local children and elderly people. It has a good range of books, CDs and places for quiet study. It has computer terminals for free internet access.","http://transpont.blogspot.com/2010/09/saving-new-cross-library.html","http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=129406380434590","SE","SE14","6AS","2010","10","22", "Blackheath library","Blackheath library is one of five Lewisham libraries marked for closure. This is a popular library with: - a wide library collection. - large print books and talking books - music CDs. - reference and information - leaflets, newspapers and magazines - free enquiry service, including book searches and local information. - IT services - free computer terminals managed via a computerised booking system with internet. They have MS Office software and the library has access to a wide range of electronic information resources. A small ICT suite also hosts tutored ICT courses including family learning sessions. ","http://blackheathbugle.wordpress.com/2010/10/12/meeting-tomorrow-to-save-blackheath-library/","http://www.blackheath.org/","SE","SE3 ","0DD","2010","10","22", "A14 Ellington to Fen Ditton","The government cancelled the A14 Ellington to Fen Ditton highway project in the October 2010 Spending Review. By the government's own admission, this corridor faces severe congestion, and mobility along the route is critical for economic success and growth. However, the Department for Transport decided that its £1bn cost was unaffordable. The A14 is a dual carriageway running from M1/M6 motorway junction to Felixstowe Docks, a distance of approximately 130miles (210km). It is designated the main east-west strategic route between the east coast ports and the Midlands. The Ellington to Fen Ditton scheme was to have included: * A new two lane dual carriageway to the west of Huntingdon between Ellington and the A1 * A new three lane dual carriageway between A1 and Fen Drayton around the south of Huntingdon and Godmanchester * Widening of the existing A14 to three lanes in each direction between Fen Drayton and Fen Ditton, a distance of approximately 11miles (17km) * Local access roads alongside the widened A14 between Fen Drayton and M11 Junction 14 at Girton * Major interchanges with the A1 at Brampton, the existing A14 at Fen Drayton and the M11/A428 at Girton * Detrunking of the existing A14 between the A1 and Fen Drayton and removal of the Huntingdon Railway Viaduct to provide opportunities for regenerating Huntingdon town centre","http://www.theconstructionindex.co.uk/news/the-construction-index-news/Spending-review-Civils-contractors-dismayed-by-transport-scheme-cuts","http://www.highways.gov.uk/roads/projects/4211.aspx","CB","","","2010","10","22", "A21 Kippings Cross to Lamberhurst","The government cancelled the proposed A21 Kippings Cross to Lamberhurst road improvement project in its October 2010 Spending Review. The A21 links the Hastings/Bexhill and Tunbridge Wells/Tonbridge conurbations to the M25 and the trunk road network. The Kippings Cross to Lamberhurst section has a high accident rate and congestion occurs particularly at peak times. There are no footways on this section and the verges are either very narrow or non-existent. The route alignment is poor and there are numerous frontages with direct access to the trunk road. The narrow verges limit visibility and this, combined with the numerous bends and crests, limits safe overtaking opportunities.","http://www.theconstructionindex.co.uk/news/the-construction-index-news/Spending-review-Civils-contractors-dismayed-by-transport-scheme-cuts","http://www.highways.gov.uk/roads/projects/5701.aspx","TN","","","2010","10","22", "Sydenham library","Popular library with extra services like Opening Doors advice and training services for job seekers. Also has: Free computers with internet access Small ICT suite that has tutored ICT courses including family learning sessions. PC with educational CD-ROM library. Does a lot of activities and reading promotions: Year round – including weekly under-fives storytimes during school terms, monthly teenage reading group and monthly sessions for over 55s. Also has an adult reading group that meets monthly.","","http://www.newsshopper.co.uk/news/8368942.SYDENHAM__Library_users_petitioning_to_fight_closure/","National","SE26"," 5SE","2010","10","22", "A19/A189 Moor Farm Junction","The government cancelled the proposed improvement works at the A19/A189 Moor Farm Junction near Dudley in its October 2010 Spending Review. The existing junction is a six-armed roundabout. The A19 provides access to the Port of Tyne, and to major employment sites, while the A189 is a major arterial commuter route linking South Northumberland with Newcastle. Traffic flows on the A19 through the junction are expected to increase significantly on completion of the second Tyne Tunnel. A recently completed improvement scheme will deliver short-term benefits, but the cancelled project was required to maintain an acceptable level of service in the longer term at this key location.","http://www.theconstructionindex.co.uk/news/the-construction-index-news/Spending-review-Civils-contractors-dismayed-by-transport-scheme-cuts","http://www.highways.gov.uk/roads/projects/11262.aspx","NE","","","2010","10","22", "Crofton Park library","Another popular Lewisham library that is earmarked for closure. Local councillors and community have been campaigning hard to save the library. Has: - video conferencing access to Council departments. - IT services - Eight free public PCs with internet access. - ICT suite also hosts tutored ICT courses including family learning sessions. Activities and reading promotions include weekly under-fives storytimes.","http://www.eastlondonlines.co.uk/2010/07/five-lewisham-libraries-to-be-axed-under-new-money-saving-proposals/","http://www.croftonparklabour.org.uk/1/category/save crofton park library/1.html","SE","SE4","2AG","2010","10","22", "Grove Park library","Grove Park library is threatened with closure as part of Lewisham council's proposed five library cuts. Services include: - IT services - Four free public terminals with internet and subscriptions to several electronic information resources - Small ICT suite that also hosts tutored ICT courses including family learning sessions. Activities and reading promotions include year round monthly under-fives storytimes.","","http://www.mercury-today.co.uk/News.cfm?id=32994&headline=Grove Park Library protest","SE","SE12","0BX","2010","10","22", "Hammersmith and Fulham community law centre","The Hammersmith and Fulham community law centre had 100% of its funding cut in the council's 2010 voluntary sector funding round. The council has cut its voluntary sector funding budget by 16% (this figure is probably closer to 20% in real terms, because the council has also decided not to uplift its sector fund for inflation). The law centre specialised in legal employment advice and and representation, support and advice for immigrants and asylum seekers and advice for people needing benefits. There is now a critical shortage of free legal advice for borough residents. ","","http://www.hangbitching.com/2010/09/hammersmith-and-fulhams-voluntary-sector-raid/","W","W6","","2010","10","22", "A21 Flimwell to Robertsbridge","The government cancelled the A21 Flimwell to Robertsbridge bypass scheme in its October 2010 Spending Review. The proposed scheme was for the A21 to bypass the villages of Flimwell, Hurst Green and Silver Hill in East Sussex. At present, this section of the A21 is mainly unimproved single carriageway with a poor alignment and narrow verges that severely restricts safe overtaking opportunities. There are numerous frontages with direct access to the trunk road, not only within the village centres but also between the communities. Within the villages of Flimwell, Hurst Green and Silver Hill and the scattered settlements between, there is concern over increasing trunk road traffic which generates noise and air pollution, and causes severance within the communities. There is limited provision along the road for pedestrians and the road impacts on their safety. While traffic can flow freely outside the peak periods, delays occur to traffic accessing the A21 from side roads. In addition, due to the poor alignment and narrow width of the A21 any incident or maintenance quickly causes significant queuing. The accident rate is also above the national average.","http://www.theconstructionindex.co.uk/news/the-construction-index-news/Spending-review-Civils-contractors-dismayed-by-transport-scheme-cuts","http://www.highways.gov.uk/roads/projects/4021.aspx","TN","","","2010","10","22", "A1 Leeming to Barton","The government cancelled the northern section of the A1 Dishforth to Barton road scheme in its October 2010 Spending Review. While work on the southern section - from Dishforth to Leeming - is underway and will continue, the cancellation of the Leeming to Barton section means that it will remain impossible for motorists to travel from Newcastle to the M25 on an unbroken stretch of motorway. The scheme was designed to expand this section of the A1 from a dual carriageway to a three-lane motorway. Highway managers believed that upgrading the entire Dishforth to Barton section to a motorway could save 13 lives and prevent more than 200 serious injuries in the next 60 years.","http://www.theconstructionindex.co.uk/news/the-construction-index-news/Spending-review-Civils-contractors-dismayed-by-transport-scheme-cuts","","DL","","","2010","10","22", "Derbyshire NHS mental health trust","Derbyshire Mental Health Services NHS Trust expects to cut staffing levels by the equivalent of 400 full-time staff - 18 percent of the entire workforce - between 2010 and 2015. The process will be managed through tight vacancy control.","","","DE","","","2010","10","23", "Cheshire and Wirral NHS mental health trust","Cheshire & Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust plans to cut its workforce by the equivalent of 220 full-time posts - more than 8 percent of total staffing - between 2010 and 2013, including around 170 clinical posts.","","","CH","","","2010","10","23", "South West Yorkshire NHS mental health trust","South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust expects to cut its workforce by just over 200 full-time equivalent staff (8.5 percent of total staffing) between 2010 and 2013. Roughly two-thirds of the reduction will be to clinical staff.","","","WF","","","2010","10","23", "Norfolk and Waveney NHS mental health trust","Norfolk and Waveney Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust plans to cut its workforce by the equivalent of 85 full-time staff between 2010 and 2013, mostly in non-clinical areas.","","","NR","","","2010","10","23", "Cornwall NHS mental health trust","Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust expects to cut its workforce by the equivalent of almost 80 full-time staff between 2010 and 2013.","","","PL","","","2010","10","23", "Nottinghamshire NHS mental health trust","Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust, which focuses on mental health, plans to cut its workforce by the equivalent of 670 full-time staff (11.5 percent of total staffing) between 2010 and 2015, of which around 420 will be in clinical areas.","","","NG","","","2010","10","23", "South London NHS mental health trust","South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, which focuses on mental health, is cutting the equivalent of 150 full-time staff in 2010/11.","","","BR","","","2010","10","23", "Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire NHS mental health trust","Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust is consulting on proposals to cut its workforce by the equivalent of just over 50 full-time staff, including 6.5 percent of staff in the Adults and Older Adults directorate as part of a restructuring of services in Oxfordshire.","","","OX","","","2010","10","23", "Leicestershire NHS mental health trust","Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust, which focuses on mental health, plans to cut its workforce by the equivalent of 350 full-time staff between 2010 and 2015. More than 250 of these posts will be in clinical areas.","","","LE","","","2010","10","23", "Gloucestershire NHS mental health trust","2gether NHS Foundation Trust, which focuses on mental health in Gloucestershire, expects to cut its workforce by the equivalent of nearly 220 full-time staff between 2010 and 2013, which amounts to 14 percent of the entire workforce. The reduction will be achieved through natural turnover.","","","GL","","","2010","10","23", "Kent and Medway NHS mental health trust","Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust, which focuses on mental health, expects to cut its workforce by the equivalent of 560 full-time staff - almost 16 percent of the entire workforce - between 2010 and 2015. The cuts, which will be met through natural turnover, will be spread roughly evenly between clinical and non-clinical posts, but include a 16 percent in junior medical staffing and a 15 percent cut in nursing, midwifery and health visitors.","","","ME","","","2010","10","23", "North Staffordshire NHS mental health trust","North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare NHS Trust plans to cut its workforce by the equivalent of 460 full-time staff between 2010 and 2015 - more than a quarter of the entire workforce. Almost three-quarters of the staff cuts will be to clinical posts, including more than a third of all nurses and over a fifth of all medical staff. Ancillary and estates staffing levels will be cut by more than 70 percent. Some of the overall reduction is due to staff being transferred out of the Trust.","","","ST","","","2010","10","23", "Northumberland and Tyne and Wear NHS mental health trust","Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust, which focuses on mental health, plans to cut its workforce by the equivalent of 405 full-time staff between 2010 and 2012. Much of the reduction is due to the transfer of the Trust's social and residential homes to new providers.","","","NE","","","2010","10","23", "South Essex NHS mental health trust","South Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust, which focuses on mental health, plans to cut its workforce by the equivalent of 166 full-time staff in 2010/11. The vast majority of cuts will be in non-clinical areas, as net reductions to clinical posts will be partly mitigated by recruitment of new clinical staff.","","","SS","","","2010","10","23", "Burnley General Hospital casualty department","From 11th October 2010, Burnley General Hospital's casualty department is no longer being staffed by a specialist Accident & Emergency doctor between 2am and 8am each night. Instead, the department - known as the Urgent Care Centre - is being run by nurses with access to an on-site family doctor, who local trade union officials say has not worked in an A&E environment for 15 years. Previously, the department was staffed by nurses with support from a registrar who would normally have around five years' experience of working in an A&E department. A recent independent review recommended the Urgent Care Centre be upgraded.","http://www.thisislancashire.co.uk/news/8443447.Union__horrified__at_cuts_to_Burnley_s_casualty_department/","","BB","BB10","2PQ","2010","10","24", "Derbyshire public transport subsidies","Derbyshire County Council is consulting on ending train and community bus travel subsidies for members of the Gold Card scheme for pensioners and some disabled people. Currently, the card allows half-price travel on regional rail services free use of Dial-a-Bus minibuses. The council is also looking to axe 43 bus services with low passenger use. In addition, the authority is considering reducing its b-line travel fares subsidy for 14-to-19-year-olds in education, and lowering the amount it pays towards fares for pupils living less than three miles from secondary school.","http://www.thisisderbyshire.co.uk/news/People-asked-views-travel-perks-bus-cuts/article-2813568-detail/article.html","http://www.derbyshire.gov.uk/images/Supported Bus Network_tcm9-148798.pdf","DE","","","2010","10","30", "Lewisham supplementary schools","Supplementary Schools provide extra curricular activities to raise education standards at all key stages. They have a key focus on improving outcomes for underachieving and vulnerable groups. Funding to supplementary schools to be cut from November 2010. This will affect: - Afghan Community Supplementary School - African Family Project - Ardhmeria Supp School - Ardhmeria Supp School - Association of Tamil Parishioners UK (ATP-UK) - Christ Family Assembly Supp School - Downham Tamil Association - Indo-china Refugee Grp Supp School - Lewisham Community Action for Integration - Lewisham Islamic Centre - Young Muslim Academy - Lewisham Somali Supp School - Lewisham Vietnamese - Women's Assocation Supp School - Mount Zion Supp School - Nouvelles Racines - New Roots - Rainbow Club Supp School - REM Educational Centre - Tamil Academy","","","SE","SE6 ","4RU","2010","10","30", "Lewisham voluntary sector funding for young people","Funding projects supporting the delivery of services to children and young people in education and home settings. The original allocation was £361k. This cut will affect: - LAMP (mediation service) - Ravensbourne Project - Saturday youth club and day care services for disabled children. - Voluntary Action Lewisham - Young People's Health Project - Mandiani ( individual and group work with BME children and young people)","","","SE","SE6","4RU","2010","10","30", "Lewisham Children and Adolescent Mental Health Service","This funding is used to support the delivery of services to meet the mental health needs of children and young people in Lewisham education settings with mental health difficulties. Original Allocation £138k. Cutting this funding will affect the South London and Maudsley NHS Trust and the two support workers in the inclusion service who provide mental health assessments and interventions.","","","SE","SE6","4RU","2010","10","30", "Lewisham youth offending service","A cut to funding for multi agency support to divert children and young people from crime and/or anti-social behaviour. Original Allocation £69k. This cut will affect two Youth Offending Service diversionary workers who provide a triage service.","","http://www.lewisham.gov.uk/PolicingAndPublicSafety/YouthOffending/","SE","SE13","6BJ","2010","10","30", "Grant Substitution to Youth Service","The Connexions grant has been used as grant substitution for the Youth Services to make savings within its core work. The reduction would involve a loss of funding for these projects/organisations: - Bromley and Downham Youth Club - YPHP - Lewisham Way - LYWRP - Young Lewisham MV Project - St Andrews Youth Centre - Ilderton Motor Project - Artefacts Edutainment - Silwood Inclusion Programme - Youth Aid ","","","SE","SE6","4RU","2010","10","30", "Lincolnshire Police","Lincolnshire Police will lose 70 uniformed police officers over 18 months from October 2010, as well as 80-100 support staff. The job losses are in response to a £20 million funding cut over the next four years, from a current budget of £122 million. Lincolnshire Police currently employs 1,225 Police Officers and 149 Police Community Support Officers across the county. The force hopes to appoint more volunteer police officers.","http://thelincolnite.co.uk/2010/10/lincolnshire-police-to-cut-170-jobs/","","LN","","","2010","10","30", "West Lindsey District Council staff","West Lindsey District Council reduced staffing by 34 workers between 2009 and 2010 - a cut of around 10 percent of total staffing levels. Five people were made redundant.","http://news.bbc.co.uk/local/lincolnshire/hi/people_and_places/newsid_8742000/8742192.stm","","DN","DN21","","2010","10","30", "South Kesteven District Council staff","South Kesteven District Council reduced its workforce by 41 between 2009 and 2010, falling from 730 to 689. The reduction was largely achieved through natural turnover, with one redundancy.","http://news.bbc.co.uk/local/lincolnshire/hi/people_and_places/newsid_8742000/8742192.stm","","NG","NG31","","2010","10","30", "Lincoln City Council staff","City of Lincoln Council reduced its workforce by 44 between 2009 and 2010, falling from 830 to 786. 16 people were made redundant.","http://news.bbc.co.uk/local/lincolnshire/hi/people_and_places/newsid_8742000/8742192.stm","","LN","LN1","","2010","10","30", "Boston Borough Council staff","Boston Borough Council reduced its workforce by the equivalent of 14 full-time staff between 2009 and 2010, falling from 256 to 242 full-time equivalent staff. Half the reduction was achieved through redundancies.","http://news.bbc.co.uk/local/lincolnshire/hi/people_and_places/newsid_8742000/8742192.stm","","PE","PE21","","2010","10","30", "Lincolnshire County Council job cuts 2009-10","Lincolnshire County Council reduced its workforce by the equivalent of 77 full-time staff between 2009 and 2010, falling from 5,313 to 5,236 full-time equivalent staff. Most of the reduction was achieved through natural turnover, with six people made redundant.","http://news.bbc.co.uk/local/lincolnshire/hi/people_and_places/newsid_8742000/8742192.stm","","LN","LN1","","2010","10","30", "Kingsthorpe Corridor","On 13th July 2010 Northamptonshire County Council pulled the plug on the Kingsthorpe Corridor highway improvement scheme, which was designed to improve bus reliability and reduce delays for other road users in the area around the main shopping centre in the town of Kingsthorpe. The decision was a result of the coalition government's decision to cut transport capital funding for local government.","http://athousandcuts.wordpress.com/2010/07/16/early-cuts-in-northamptonshire-see-transport-projects-axed/","http://cmis.northamptonshire.gov.uk/CmisWebPublic/Binary.ashx?Document=7594","NN","NN2","","2010","10","31", "Nottinghamshire Council children's services","Nottinghamshire County Council agreed severe cuts to children's services on 14th July 2010, including: * a massive 85 percent cut to funding for extended schools schemes, which include breakfast clubs and booster literacy and numeracy classes in the early morning and after school. The council’s own assessment says that “the impact is most likely to be on the most disadvantaged children” * a 30 percent reduction in the school intervention grant, which promotes partnership work between schools to raise standards. The council describes the grant as “a key budget for raising achievement in secondary * cutting a quarter of the funding for courses for school staff on children with special educational needs * funding for work with the voluntary sector to divert young people away from anti-social behaviour and crime will fall by 60 percent * cuts to funding to reduce teenage pregnancies and substance misuse by children and young people. With regards to the latter, the council admits that the funding cuts “will have a potentially negative impact on outcomes for children and young people and may result in the need for further action to address escalating substance misuse in the future” While these cuts - which were in response to reduced grants from central government - apply to 2010/11, they are likely to become permanent due to the local government funding cuts announced in the October 2010 Spending Review.","http://athousandcuts.wordpress.com/2010/07/19/cutting-children’s-services-at-a-rate-of-notts/","http://itsacr02a.nottscc.gov.uk/apps/ce/memman/memman.nsf/26959B6CD01BFC578025761000320E95/$file/R06_grant reductions and proj overspending.pdf","NG","","","2010","10","31", "Rokerfield Resource Centre mental health day support","Nottinghamshire County Council has been consulting on the closure of all three of its mental health day support centres, including Rokerfield Resource Centre in Sutton-in-Ashfield. The centres help people with serious mental health difficulties, aged 18-65, to maintain and develop independence. They provide activities for people during the day time, often giving respite for their carers. The council plans to close the centres in order to save money and as a result of the introduction of personal care budgets, which provide service users with money to spend on services of their choice.","http://www.thisisnottingham.co.uk/news/Council-looks-shut-mental-health-day-centres/article-2384392-detail/article.html","","NG","NG17","4HJ","2010","10","31", "Boundary Resource Centre mental health day support","Nottinghamshire County Council has been consulting on the closure of all three of its mental health day support centres, including the Boundary Resource Centre. The centres help people with serious mental health difficulties, aged 18-65, to maintain and develop independence. They provide activities for people during the day time, often giving respite for their carers. The council plans to close the centres in order to save money and as a result of the introduction of personal care budgets, which provide service users with money to spend on services of their choice.","http://www.thisisnottingham.co.uk/news/Council-looks-shut-mental-health-day-centres/article-2384392-detail/article.html","","S","S80","2BL","2010","10","31", "Middle Street Resource Centre mental health day support","Nottinghamshire County Council has been consulting on the closure of all three of its mental health day support centres, including the Middle Street Resource Centre in Beeston. The Middle Street centre provides support, during the day, for people with mental health difficulties. This support takes the form of therapeutic, leisure, education and social activities. There are also a variety of groups and activities that take advantage of mainstream community resources such as leisure centres and colleges. The centre offers a wide range of facilities including an information centre, internet-enabled computers, sports and music equipment, craft and art workshops, gardens and areas to socialise and relax. The council plans to close the centres in order to save money and as a result of the introduction of personal care budgets, which provide service users with money to spend on services of their choice.","http://www.thisisnottingham.co.uk/news/Council-looks-shut-mental-health-day-centres/article-2384392-detail/article.html","","NG","NG9","2AR","2010","10","31", "Northamptonshire Casualty Reduction Partnership","Northamptonshire's Casualty Reduction Partnership, a road safety team, is suffering major funding cuts that will force it to reduce staffing and axe programmes. The partnership runs courses for thousands of young drivers every year, as well as holding speed awareness workshops and educating youngsters on road safety. It says it has has helped cut the number of serious accidents on Northamptonshire's roads by half. The Department for Transport has advised the team that it can expect to lose £480k of funding in 2010/11, on top of a £398k cut to its capital funding, which it uses to pay for new street warning signs, police vehicles and mobile speed cameras. The cuts amount to 27 percent of its revenue budget and the entirety of its capital budget.","http://www.northamptonchron.co.uk/news/local/disappointment_at_massive_cuts_to_northamptonshire_road_safety_budget_1_900040","","NN","","","2010","10","31", "Rough sleeping and homelessness prevention advisors","The government decided to axe its rough sleeping and homelessness prevention advisors in July 2010. The eight advisors helped councils prevent homelessness and develop plans to cut rough sleeping. The specialists were seconded to the Communities Department from other employers for two years, but at the end of that period the government decided not to extend or replace them.","http://www.insidehousing.co.uk/news/care-and-support/rough-sleeping-advisors-axed/6510935.article","","National","","","2010","10","31", "Foxgloves children's care home, Bedford","Bedford Borough Council is planning to close Foxglove Children's Home, the only service in the county that offers respite care to children and young people with learning and behavioural difficulties including autism, ADHD, epilepsy, and global development delay. The home provides care for 8-18 year olds - both overnight care and day care, plus a weekly social club where children with learning difficulties can meet their friends and experience social and leisure opportunities they may not get otherwise. Respite care can give parents and families of children with special needs a much needed break, without which the chance of families breaking down increases. Bedford Borough Council claims that Foxgloves is 'unsustainable' and that closing the home will save £500k. However, following campaigning by parents, the council has given ground; while it still plans to shut Foxgloves, it has said that it will continue to provide appropriate respite care for children who require overnight respite care.","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-beds-bucks-herts-11325718","http://savefoxgloves.org.uk/","MK","MK40","4BS","2010","11","03", "Werrington Library opening hours","Werrington Library’s opening hours are set to be cut from 44.5 hours a week to 29 hours a week, in line with Peterborough City Council’s plan to restrict opening hours at all district libraries to 29 hours. The council’s plans are currently out to public consultation along with the remainder of its proposed budget, with responses due by early February 2011. ","http://democracy.peterborough.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6905","","PE","PE4","6JT","2010","11","29", "Peterborough Council staff","Peterborough City Council expects to remove 181 staff posts in 2011/12 due to budget cuts. This figure excludes redundancies already in progress prior to the 2011/12 budget proposals, and also includes imminent restructures not included in the council's medium term financial strategy, such as in business support services. The council is also planning to remove benefits and introduce charges for staff members: * enhanced staff childcare benefits will be removed, affecting 42 employees * removal of Essential Car User Allowance, likely to affect around 430 staff * introducing an annual car parking fee for all staff, set at £500 a year and affecting 1,600 employees In line with national government policy, a public sector pay freeze is in place.","http://democracy.peterborough.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6905","","PE","PE1","","2010","11","29", "Bretton Library opening hours","Bretton Library's opening hours are set to be cut from 44.5 hours a week to 29 hours a week, in line with Peterborough City Council's plan to restrict opening hours at all district libraries to 29 hours. The council’s plans are currently out to public consultation along with the remainder of its proposed budget, with responses due by early February 2011.","http://democracy.peterborough.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6905","","PE","PE3","8DS","2010","11","29", "Dogsthorpe Library opening hours","Dogsthorpe Library’s opening hours are set to be cut from 34.5 hours a week to 29 hours a week, in line with Peterborough City Council’s plan to restrict opening hours at all district libraries to 29 hours. The council’s plans are currently out to public consultation along with the remainder of its proposed budget, with responses due by early February 2011. ","http://democracy.peterborough.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6905","","PE","PE1","4LH","2010","11","29", "Orton Library opening hours","Orton Library’s opening hours are set to be cut from 44.5 hours a week to 29 hours a week, in line with Peterborough City Council’s plan to restrict opening hours at all district libraries to 29 hours. The council’s plans are currently out to public consultation along with the remainder of its proposed budget, with responses due by early February 2011. ","http://democracy.peterborough.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6905","","PE","PE2","5RQ","2010","11","29", "Mercury Theatre, Colchester","The Mercury Theatre in Colchester is facing a 14.9 percent funding cut from the Arts Council between 2011 and 2015, including a £57,000 cut in 2010/11 from its previous £830k funding stream. Executive director Adrian Grady told the local press that the funding cut would lead to a reduction in the number of employees.","http://www.essexcountystandard.co.uk/news/8494372.Colchester__Arts_funding_cuts_confirmed/","","CO","CO1","1PT","2010","11","05", "Colchester Arts Centre","Colchester Arts Centre is losing 14.9 percent of its Arts Council funding between 2011 and 2015, including an £8k cut in 2010/11 from its current £110k funding stream.","http://www.essexcountystandard.co.uk/news/8494372.Colchester__Arts_funding_cuts_confirmed/","","CO","CO1","1NF","2010","11","05", "Colchester Borough Council staff","Colchester Borough Council is cutting 100 jobs as a result of funding reductions. Overall, the council expects to lose a tenth of its workforce as public sector spending cuts bite.","http://www.essexcountystandard.co.uk/news/8453415.100_Colchester_Council_jobs_go/","","CO","CO3","3WG","2010","11","05", "St Luke’s Healthy Living Centre, Southend","The Department for Education withdrew £900k of funding for St Luke’s Healthy Living Centre in Southend less than a year after it opened. The centre - which was the brainchild of a local primary school headteacher - aims to improve the health of residents living in one of the most deprived parts of Southend, and create training, employment and social enterprise opportunities for local people. Among the many services the centre offers are a community allotment project, business and enterprise advice and mini-health checks for fathers. The funding cut was the result of £169.5m in savings made from the Department of Education’s capital budget for 2010-11. As part of these savings the Co-location Fund Programme, which provided a large amount of funding towards St Luke’s Health Living Centre, was asked to contribute £24 million.","http://www.longpier.com/2010/08/southend-funding-cut-for-health-centre/","http://stlukeshlccic.org.uk/#","SS","SS2","4BA","2010","11","06", "Growing Together mental health garden, Southend","Funding has been cut for the Growing Together mental health project in Southend. Growing Together, which is run by the Trust Links charity, is a garden that provides 'horticultural therapy' for up to 70 people with mental health problems. The project has a variety of plots attended to by people with a variety of mental heath problems, such as depression, anxiety and schizophrenia. It also provide training for an NVQ in horticulture. Southend Borough Council has cut its funding for the project by a third, from £15k to £10k. Funding from the NHS and National Lottery is also being reduced. The project's Maureen Frewin told the BBC that the ""significant loss of funding"" would would force the organisation to ""restructure and slim down"", but that they were determined to keep the garden open.","http://news.bbc.co.uk/local/essex/hi/people_and_places/nature/newsid_8944000/8944095.stm","http://trustlinks.webs.com/growingtogether.htm","SS","SS0","","2010","11","05", "Chase High School athletics track, Southend","Plans to build a new athletics track at Chase High School in Southend were scrapped after £660k of government funding for the project was withdrawn in July 2010.","http://www.southend.gov.uk/news/article/93/government_forces_council_into_significant_cuts","","SS","SS0","0RT","2010","11","06", "Little Treasures children's centre, Westcliff","The Department for Education has withdrawn funding for improvement work to the Little Treasures children's centre in Westcliff. Little Treasures was expecting to get £200,000 to join its two buildings together - a nursery and a church hall - and create extra space for children’s services.","http://www.southendstandard.co.uk/news/southend/8355652.Children___s_centres_hit_as_recession_cuts/","","SS","SS0","9NJ","2010","11","06", "Cockleshell Nursery, Southend","The Department for Education has withdrawn funding for improvement work to the Cockleshell Nursery in Southchurch, Southend. The Cockleshell Nursery, based at Southend Adult Community College, had earmarked £250,000 to create a bigger entrance and change its layout so nursery care and children’s centre services each had a dedicated floor in the two-storey building.","http://www.southendstandard.co.uk/news/8178512.400_hospital_jobs_face_axe/","","SS","SS1","2UP","2010","11","06", "Sustrans back-to-work scheme","An initiative from national charity Sustrans to help local unemployed people get back to work has been axed after its first run due to government cutbacks. Nine long-term jobless men from Swindon were recruited to work on Wiltshire's cycle paths. Five have found work following the scheme, which taught them machinery skills and landscaping. The scheme put young men to work on a six-month contract improving cycle and walking paths from Chisledon to Marlborough. Team supervisor Melvin Godwin told the Wiltshire Gazette and Herald: ""They worked all through the summer in the heat, they just put their heads down and got on with it. ""They’re all keeping an eye out for each other and trying to find work together. The whole system really worked. It’s a shame for everyone.""","http://www.gazetteandherald.co.uk/news/8480795.Initiative_for_jobless_in_Wiltshire_hit_by_cuts/","","SN","","","2010","11","13", "Kingswood special needs primary school","Plans for a new special needs school for primary-aged children in Kingswood have had to be scaled down after funding was reduced by £660,000. The primary school is planned for the former site of Courtney School, which relocated into a new building next door, and will accommodate 15 youngsters from the age of four up to 11. Local councillors for the area told local press that education leaders at South Gloucestershire had cut more than £500,000 from the total £2.5 million cost of the primary school.","http://www.thisisbristol.co.uk/news/news/Spending-cuts-mean-plans-special-school-scaled/article-2726115-detail/article.html","","BS","BS15","","2010","11","13", "London School of Economics teaching grants","The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government's plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review. In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, the LSE will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year - although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year.","http://www.leftfootforward.org/2010/11/lse-soas-and-guildhall-among-unis-to-see-teaching-grants-abolished/","","WC","WC2A","2AE","2010","11","14", "Greater Manchester Police","Greater Manchester Police will lose a quarter of its staff as it deals with a £134m budget cut from 2011-15. Greater Manchester Police Authority, which oversees the police force, plans to cut 2,944 jobs over four years, including 1,557 civilian posts and 1,387 frontline officers. A recruitment freeze is also planned for 2011/12. By law police officers cannot be made redundant, so the authority expects the savings in frontline officers to come from natural wastage, a recruitment freeze and forced retirement for officers with more than 30 years service.","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-merseyside-11757760","","M","","","2010","11","15", "Fenland car park charges","Fenland District Council is introducing car park charges in order to balance the books in the face of public funding cuts. The council will bring in both on-street charging and pay and display in local car parks. Fenland District Council provides local services to the Cambridgeshire market towns of Chatteris, March, Whittlesey and Wisbech, and has previously been one of the few councils to provide free parking. Many local traders fear the impact that introducing car park charges will have on local businesses.","http://www.cambstimes.co.uk/news/parking_bombshell_as_fenland_council_gives_green_light_to_probable_charging_1_656118","","PE","PE15","","2010","11","15", "Ayr Pantomime","South Ayrshire’s panto hit the headlines when last year’s 2009 move to the Citadel leisure centre resulted in a loss of £125,000. Council chiefs have reviewed their decision – and decided the show must NOT go on.","http://www.ayrshirepost.net/ayrshire-news/local-news-ayrshire/ayr-news/2010/07/30/ayr-panto-axed-due-to-council-cuts-102545-26947189/","","KA","KA7","1NU","2010","11","17", "NHS Shetland staff","NHS Shetland is cutting the equivalent of around nine full-time equivalent staff in 2010/11. Most of the cuts are to admin posts, with a small reduction in nursing and midwifery posts and a slight increase in medical and dental staff.","","","ZE","","","2010","11","24", "NHS Highland staff","NHS Highland is cutting the equivalent of 108 full-time posts in 2010/11, 1.6 percent of all staff. The cuts include: Nursing and midwifery (pay bands 5+) - 30 FTE (full-time equivalent staff) Support services - 14 FTE Administrative services - 58 FTE Management - 6 FTE (8.3% of all management staff)","","","IV","","","2010","11","24", "Huntingdonshire play equipment","Huntingdonshire District Council is cutting its budget for children's play equipment from £60-70k in 2010/11 to £20k a year from 2012 onwards. This remaining money will be spent on play areas which are ""deemed to be of significance for the district generally"" rather the maintenance and development of smaller parks that serve immediate localities; town and parish councils will generally be asked to fund these smaller parks themselves.","http://applications.huntsdc.gov.uk/moderngov/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=31835","","PE","PE29","","2010","11","18", "Huntingdonshire CCTV","Huntingdonshire District Council is planning to abolish all funding for CCTV surveillance, with all CCTV operations axed from April 2012 and all staffing removed. Huntingdonshire's CCTV operations are based around a fixed camera system in town centres, and a mobile van fitted with CCTV. The van is designed to give the council the ability to provide a CCTV service to areas in the district which are not covered by their fixed camera system in the town centres. Whilst the vehicle is mainly used on special patrols and operations to combat anti-social behaviour, it can also be used on other types of operations, especially where crowd control may be an issue. The van's satellite transmission system means it can provide an extremely valuable control vehicle at the scene of a major incident. Examples of crime and anti-social behaviour tackled by the CCTV vehicle include: - tackling underage drinking and anti-social behaviour by a small number of young people at Hinchingbrooke Park - catching youths who were causing damage to Godmanchester Locks on the River Great Ouse Under the council's plans, the CCTV vehicle will be disposed of when CCTV operations are scrapped.","http://www.huntspost.co.uk/news/latest-news/pay_more_get_less_how_council_budget_cuts_will_affect_you_1_716578","http://www.huntingdonshire.gov.uk/SiteCollectionDocuments/HDCCMS/Documents/Crime and Disorder/Mobile CCTV Unit Update 2008.pdf","PE","PE29","","2010","11","18", "Huntingdonshire housing","Huntingdonshire District Council is axeing its annual £500k budget for social housing grants, and is also cutting funding for housing repairs assistance from £190k to £100k per year. Cutting this latter budget will reduce the number of unoccupied dwellings that can be brought back into use. In addition, the equivalent of around 30 full-time staff will be cut from the council's housing services management units, leading to a slower response time for some enquiries and specialist advice.","http://applications.huntsdc.gov.uk/moderngov/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=31835","","PE","PE29","","2010","11","18", "Huntingdon Bus Station redevelopment","Huntingdonshire District Council has scrapped plans to redevelop Huntingdon Bus Station in the wake of central government funding cuts.","http://applications.huntsdc.gov.uk/moderngov/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=31835","","PE","PE29","","2010","11","18", "Huntingdonshire countryside budget","Huntingdonshire District Council's countryside budget is being more than halved by reducing staff, ending the educational/events programme, reducing the council's commitment to maintenance and the Rights of Way programme and concentrating of income generating activities. The council believes some of the reduced services may be taken on by voluntary groups.","http://applications.huntsdc.gov.uk/moderngov/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=31835","","PE","PE29","","2010","11","18", "Huntingdonshire car park fees","Huntingdonshire District Council intends to double car park fees from 2014 in order to generate an extra £500k of revenue.","http://www.huntspost.co.uk/news/latest-news/pay_more_get_less_how_council_budget_cuts_will_affect_you_1_716578","","PE","PE29","","2010","11","18", "Aberdeenshire, Aberdeen City Council Services","Local government in Aberdeenshire and Aberdeen City to cut 2,400 jobs over the next two years.","http://thescotsman.scotsman.com/news/Council-funding-deal-starts-to.6631760.jp","","AB","AB1","","2010","11","19", "Patterdale public toilets","Eden District Council plans to axe funding for public toilets in the village of Patterdale, which caters for walkers and day-trippers. The move is part of the council's plans to save money by directly providing public toilets in main service centres only.","","","CA","CA11","","2010","11","19", "Glenridding public toilets","Eden District Council plans to axe funding for public toilets in the village of Glenridding. The move is part of the council's plans to save money by directly providing public toilets in main service centres only.","","","CA","CA11","","2010","11","19", "Pooley Bridge public toilets","Eden District Council plans to axe funding for public toilets in the village of Pooley Bridge. The move is part of the council's plans to save money by directly providing public toilets in main service centres only.","","","CA","CA10","","2010","11","19", "Threlkeld public toilets","Eden District Council plans to axe funding for public toilets in the village of Threlkeld. The move is part of the council's plan to save money by directly providing public toilets in main service centres only.","","","CA","CA12","","2010","11","19", "Dufton public toilets","Eden District Council plans to axe funding for public toilets in the village of Dufton. The move is part of the council's plan to save money by directly providing public toilets in main service centres only.","","","CA","CA16","","2010","11","19", "Brough public toilets","Eden District Council plans to axe funding for public toilets in the village of Brough. The move is part of the council's plan to save money by directly providing public toilets in main service centres only.","","","CA","CA17","","2010","11","19", "Shap public toilets","Eden District Council plans to axe funding for public toilets in the village of Shap. The move is part of the council's plan to save money by directly providing public toilets in main service centres only.","","","CA","CA10","","2010","11","19", "Eden Arts","Eden District Council plans to cut its funding for Eden Arts from £43k to just under £14k from 2011 to 2014 - an almost 70 percent funding cut. Eden Arts promotes, supports, develops and advises on arts and cultural activity in the area. Among its activities is promoting artists’ residencies in schools, community homes, hospitals, day centres and with community groups. It also provides grants and guarantees to local promoters for events, exhibitions, training bursaries and a variety of different arts projects in the community and in schools, as well as supporting North Pennine Highlights, a rural touring programme which brings theatre, dance and music events to village halls throughout Eden, South Lakeland, Teesdale, Weardale and Tynedale. As well as Eden District Council, Eden Arts receives funding from Cumbria County Council and the North West office of Arts Council England.","","http://www.edenarts.co.uk/about/","CA","CA11","","2010","11","20", "Eden museum funding","Eden District Council is cutting its annual funding for museum exhibits by £810 and for museum education programmes by £2,230. The council describes the cuts as minor. The main museum in the district is Penrith and Eden Museum, which covers local history and culture and has various funding sources.","","","CA","CA11","","2010","11","20", "People's History Museum","The Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) will stop funding the People's History Museum in Manchester from 2015. Currently DCMS provides around 20 percent of the museum's overall funding. The Department insists it will help the museum secure alternative funding, and will not cut it adrift should this funding not materialise. The People's History Museum is the national centre for the collection, conservation, interpretation and study of material relating to the history of working people in Britain.","http://www.guardian.co.uk/culture/2010/nov/17/local-museums-funding-cuts-dcms","","M","M3","3ER","2010","11","21", "Design Museum London","The Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) will stop funding the Design Museum London from 2015. DCMS currently provides £200k annual funding for education programmes. The museum's core activities are self-funding, which will protect it from the worst effects of the government funding cut.","http://www.guardian.co.uk/culture/2010/nov/17/local-museums-funding-cuts-dcms","","SE","SE1","2YD","2010","11","21", "National Coal Mining Museum","The Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) will stop funding the National Coal Mining Museum in Wakefield from 2015. Currently DCMS provides £2.8m of the museum’s £3.2m overall funding - meaning the museum will lose nearly 90 percent of its total budget. Wakefield Council has said it cannot make up the funding shortfall, but the museum’s management remains confident it can find alternate sources of funding. DCMS insists it will help the museum secure alternative funding, and will not cut it adrift should this funding not materialise.","http://www.guardian.co.uk/culture/2010/nov/17/local-museums-funding-cuts-dcms","","WF","WF4","4RH","2010","11","21", "Horniman Museum","The Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) will stop funding the Horniman Museum in London from 2015. Currently DCMS provides around 85 percent of the museum’s overall funding - more than £4m a year. The Department insists it will help the museum secure alternative sources of funding, and will not cut it adrift should this funding not materialise. The Horniman holds a world-renowned collection of artefacts from natural history, anthropology and music.","http://www.guardian.co.uk/culture/2010/nov/17/local-museums-funding-cuts-dcms","","SE","SE23","3PQ","2010","11","21", "Geffrye Museum","The Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) will stop funding the Geffrye Museum in East London from 2015. Currently DCMS provides around 75 percent of the museum’s overall funding. The Department insists it will help the museum secure alternative sources of funding, and will not cut it adrift should this new funding not materialise. The Geffrye Museum's collections comprise furniture, textiles, paintings and objects displayed in a series of period rooms from 1600 to the present day.","http://www.guardian.co.uk/culture/2010/nov/17/local-museums-funding-cuts-dcms","","E","E2","8EA","2010","11","21", "Museum of Science & Industry","The Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) will stop funding the Museum of Science & Industry in Manchester from 2015. Currently DCMS provides a portion of the museum’s overall funding. The Department insists it will help the museum secure alternative sources of funding, and will not cut it adrift should this new funding not materialise. The museum's management hopes recent improvements will increase income from conferencing and dining.","http://www.guardian.co.uk/culture/2010/nov/17/local-museums-funding-cuts-dcms","","M","M3","4FP","2010","11","21", "Bright Start Nursery","Bright Start Nursery, Brighton, is a popular nursery threatened with closure by Brighton and Hove City Council. Update: The nursery has won a reprieve following a vibrant campaign - http://savebrightstartnursery.wordpress.com/2011/01/07/looks-like-we-won/","","http://savebrightstartnursery.wordpress.com/","BN","BN1","1YA","2010","11","22", "NHS Borders staff","NHS Borders is cutting the equivalent of 98 full-time equivalent staff in 2010/11, which is 3.6 percent of the total workforce. Nearly half the cuts are to nursing and midwifery posts, with support services and adminisration services also making a significant contribution.","","","TD","","","2010","11","25", "NHS Forth Valley staff","NHS Forth Valley is cutting the equivalent of 154 full-time staff in 2010/11, which is 2.75 percent of the total workforce. The breakdown of the cuts is as follows: Nursing and midwifery - 96 FTE (full-time equivalent staff) Allied health professionals - 19 FTE Other therapeutic services - 3 FTE Administration services - 36 FTE","","","FK","","","2010","11","25", "NHS Lothian staff","NHS Lothian is cutting the equivalent of 733 full-time staff in 2010/11, which is 3.75 percent of the total workforce. The breakdown of the cuts is as follows: Medical - 59 FTE (full-time equivalent staff); 3.5% of all medical staff Nursing and midwifery - 333 FTE; 3.5% Allied healthcare professionals - 53 FTE; 3.7% Other therapeutic services - 17 FTE; 3.4% Healthcare scientists - 38 FTE; 4.46% Support services - 100 FTE; 4.8% Administrative services - 124 FTE; 4.1% Management - 9 FTE; 5.2%","","","EH","","","2010","11","25", "Western Health and Social Care Trust staff","Western Health and Social Care Trust - the NHS trust covering Derry/Londonderry, Omagh and Enniskillen - is cutting the equivalent of 289 full-time staff during 2010/11 in an attempt to meet a 4.3 percent savings target. The breakdown of the staff cuts is as follows: Medical - 12 FTE (full-time equivalent) Nursing - 143 FTE Allied health professionals - 12 Social services - 36 Professional and technical - 12 Ancillary and general - 12 Admin/Management - 62 In addition, the Trust will make £5.9m of cuts to temporary, agency and bank staffing.","","","BT","BT47","","2010","11","25", "Belfast Health and Social Care Trust staff","Belfast Health and Social Care Trust, the NHS trust covering Belfast, is cutting its workforce by the equivalent of 1,755 full-time staff during 2010/11, including temporary, bank and agency staff. The Trust is actually cutting 1,855 posts - nine percent of its entire workforce - but is recruiting to 100 new clinical posts at the same time. The breakdown of the staffing cuts is as follows: Medical and dental - 120 Nursing - 620 Social services - 185 Ancillary and general - 320 Professional and technical - 325 Admin and clerical - 285 The Trust must save £69.5m in 2010/11 - five percent of total expenditure - as it tries to clear historical deficits inherited from the trusts that merged to form it in 2007.","","","BT","BT8","","2010","11","25", "South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust staff","South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust - the NHS trust covering Newry, Armagh, Downpatrick, Lisburn, Newtownards and Craigavon - expects to cut its workforce by the equivalent of 200 full-time staff during 2010/11.","","","BT","BT30","","2010","11","25", "Colchester Hospital staff","Colchester Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust expects to cut its workforce by the equivalent of 510 full-time staff from 2010 to 2013, mainly by removing vacant posts and cutting agency and locum staff. The Trust plans to cut 140 posts during 2010/11, 230 in 2011/12 and 140 in 2012/13. Of the 140 posts going in 2010/11, one-third are likely to be clinical and two-thirds non-clinical.","","","CO","CO4","5JL","2010","11","25", "Royal Free Hampstead NHS staff","The Royal Free Hampstead NHS Trust expects to cut 180 staff posts. The Trust runs the Royal Free Hospital and the Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital, as well as running specific clinics at six other north London hospitals.","http://frontlinefirst.rcn.org.uk/sites/frontlinefirst/index.php/news/entry/london1/","","NW","","","2010","11","25", "East Kent Hospitals staff","East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust is planning to cut its workforce by the equivalent of 305 full-time staff from 2010 to 2013. While there will be an overall increase in staffing during 2010/11, this will be wiped out by large-scale staffing cuts over the following two years. The Trust runs the following hospitals: Kent and Canterbury Hospital, Canterbury Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Hospital, Margate William Harvey Hospital, Ashford Buckland Hospital, Dover Royal Victoria Hospital, Folkestone","","","CT","","","2010","11","25", "School of Oriental and African Studies teaching grants","The School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review. In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, the SOAS will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year - although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year. ","http://www.leftfootforward.org/2010/11/lse-soas-and-guildhall-among-unis-to-see-teaching-grants-abolished/","","WC","WC1H","0XG","2010","11","25", "Guildhall School of Music and Drama teaching grants","Guildhall School of Music and Drama is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review. In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, Guildhall will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year - although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year. ","http://www.leftfootforward.org/2010/11/lse-soas-and-guildhall-among-unis-to-see-teaching-grants-abolished/","","EC","EC2Y","8DT","2010","11","25", "Bishop Grosseteste University College teaching grants","Bishop Grosseteste University College, Lincoln, is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review. In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, Bishop Grosseteste will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year - although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year. ","http://www.leftfootforward.org/2010/11/lse-soas-and-guildhall-among-unis-to-see-teaching-grants-abolished/","","LN","LN1","3DY","2010","11","25", "Central School of Speech and Drama teaching grants","The Central School of Speech and Drama (CSSD) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review. In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, CSSD will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year - although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year. ","http://www.leftfootforward.org/2010/11/lse-soas-and-guildhall-among-unis-to-see-teaching-grants-abolished/","","NW","NW3","3HY","2010","11","25", "York St John University teaching grants","York St John University (YSJ) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review. In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, YSJ will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year - although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year. ","http://www.leftfootforward.org/2010/11/lse-soas-and-guildhall-among-unis-to-see-teaching-grants-abolished/","","YO","YO31","7EX","2010","11","25", "University College Plymouth St Mark & St John teaching grants","The College of St Mark & St John (Marjon) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review. In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, Marjon will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year - although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year. ","http://www.leftfootforward.org/2010/11/lse-soas-and-guildhall-among-unis-to-see-teaching-grants-abolished/","","PL","PL6","8BH","2010","11","25", "University College Falmouth teaching grants","University College Falmouth (UCF) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review. In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, UCF will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year - although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year. ","http://www.leftfootforward.org/2010/11/lse-soas-and-guildhall-among-unis-to-see-teaching-grants-abolished/","","TR","TR11","4RH","2010","11","25", "University of Winchester teaching grants","The University of Winchester is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review. In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, Winchester University will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year - although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year. ","http://www.leftfootforward.org/2010/11/lse-soas-and-guildhall-among-unis-to-see-teaching-grants-abolished/","","SO","SO22","4NR","2010","11","25", "Newman University College teaching grants","Newman University College (formerly Newman College of Higher Education) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review. In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, Newman will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year - although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year. ","http://www.leftfootforward.org/2010/11/lse-soas-and-guildhall-among-unis-to-see-teaching-grants-abolished/","","B","B32","3NT","2010","11","25", "Rose Bruford College teaching grants","Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance (RBC) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review. In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, RBC will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year - although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year. ","http://www.leftfootforward.org/2010/11/lse-soas-and-guildhall-among-unis-to-see-teaching-grants-abolished/","","DA","DA15","9DF","2010","11","25", "Royal Academy of Music teaching grants","The Royal Academy of Music is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review. In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, the Royal Academy will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year - although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year. ","http://www.leftfootforward.org/2010/11/lse-soas-and-guildhall-among-unis-to-see-teaching-grants-abolished/","","NW","NW1","5HT","2010","11","25", "Royal College of Music teaching grants","The Royal College of Music (RCM) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review. In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, the RCM will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year - although ","http://www.leftfootforward.org/2010/11/lse-soas-and-guildhall-among-unis-to-see-teaching-grants-abolished/","","SW","SW7","2BS","2010","11","25", "Royal Northern College of Music teaching grants","The Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review. In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, the RNCM will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year - although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year. ","http://www.leftfootforward.org/2010/11/lse-soas-and-guildhall-among-unis-to-see-teaching-grants-abolished/","","M","M13","9RD","2010","11","25", "Leeds Trinity University College teaching grants","Leeds Trinity University College (formerly Leeds Trinity and All Saints) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review. In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, Leeds Trinity will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year - although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year. ","http://www.leftfootforward.org/2010/11/lse-soas-and-guildhall-among-unis-to-see-teaching-grants-abolished/","","LS","LS18","5HD","2010","11","25", "Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance teaching grants","Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review. In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, Trinity Laban will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year - although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year. ","http://www.leftfootforward.org/2010/11/lse-soas-and-guildhall-among-unis-to-see-teaching-grants-abolished/","","SE","SE8","3DZ","2010","11","25", "University of Chichester teaching grants","The University of Chichester is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review. In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, Chichester University will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year - although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year. ","http://www.leftfootforward.org/2010/11/lse-soas-and-guildhall-among-unis-to-see-teaching-grants-abolished/","","PO","PO19","6PE","2010","11","25", "Goldsmiths College teaching grants","Goldsmiths College, University of London, is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review. In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, Goldsmiths will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year - although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year. ","http://www.leftfootforward.org/2010/11/lse-soas-and-guildhall-among-unis-to-see-teaching-grants-abolished/","","SE","SE14","6NW","2010","11","25", "Institute of Education teaching grants","The Institute of Education (IoE) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review. In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, the IoE will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year - although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year. ","http://www.leftfootforward.org/2010/11/lse-soas-and-guildhall-among-unis-to-see-teaching-grants-abolished/","","WC","WC1H","0AL","2010","11","25", "Norwich University College of the Arts teaching grants","Norwich University College of the Arts (NUCA), formerly known as Norwich School of Art and Design, is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review. In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, NUCA will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year - although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year. ","http://www.leftfootforward.org/2010/11/lse-soas-and-guildhall-among-unis-to-see-teaching-grants-abolished/","","NR","NR2","4SN","2010","11","25", "Conservatoire for Dance and Drama teaching grants","The Conservatoire for Dance and Drama (CDD) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review. In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, the CDD will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year - although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year. ","http://www.leftfootforward.org/2010/11/lse-soas-and-guildhall-among-unis-to-see-teaching-grants-abolished/","","WC","WC1H","9JJ","2010","11","25", "University College Birmingham teaching grants","University College Birmingham (UCB) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review. In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, the UCB will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year - although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year. ","http://www.leftfootforward.org/2010/11/lse-soas-and-guildhall-among-unis-to-see-teaching-grants-abolished/","","B","B3","1JB","2010","11","25", "Courtauld Institute of Art teaching grants","The Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London, is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review. In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, Courtauld will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year - although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year. ","http://www.leftfootforward.org/2010/11/lse-soas-and-guildhall-among-unis-to-see-teaching-grants-abolished/","","WC","WC2R","0RN","2010","11","25", "Heythrop College teaching grants","Heythrop College, University of London, is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review. In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, Heythrop will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year - although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year. ","http://www.leftfootforward.org/2010/11/lse-soas-and-guildhall-among-unis-to-see-teaching-grants-abolished/","","W","W8","5HN","2010","11","25", "Leeds College of Music teaching grants","Leeds College of Music (LCM) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review. In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, LCM will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year - although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year. ","http://www.leftfootforward.org/2010/11/lse-soas-and-guildhall-among-unis-to-see-teaching-grants-abolished/","","LS","LS2","7PD","2010","11","25", "Merseytravel","Merseytravel’s block funding grant from the Department for Transport has been slashed by two thirds, with the Chairman of the transport authority Councillor Mark Dowd warning of severe repercussions on future transport projects. Councillor Dowd said: ”Never in our most pessimistic forecasts did we anticipate such a crippling and savage cut. “Having already dealt with a 25% cut of our £17million allocation during this financial year, we had made realistic budget predictions of receiving just over £13million next year. We now know we are going to get only £5.74million and this is going to have a severe impact on our future plans. “Currently we are reviewing all projects for next year, but my immediate reaction is that it will be difficult enough to maintain and operate what we have let alone think about improvements. “During my 28 years as a councillor I have never experienced such a financial savagery, these cuts are vicious”. Merseytravel is the operating name for the Merseyside Transport Authority and Merseyside Transport Executive. The Authority sets transport policy, while the Executive delivers it. Here is an indicator of what is to come on public transport on Merseyside: Price increases from 2/1/11 ","http://www.merseytravel.gov.uk/newsarticle.asp?articleid=1783&catid=1","","L","L3","2AN","2010","12","15", "Sussex Health Informatics Service staff","Sussex Health Informatics Service is reducing its workforce headcount by 60-90 posts by March 2011 to manage its funding and budgets. The NHS body provides a full suite of IT services as well as governance, project management, training, change management and strategy for all NHS trusts in Sussex and the surrounding area.","http://frontlinefirst.rcn.org.uk/sites/frontlinefirst/index.php/news/entry/sussex-health-informatics-service-nhs/","","BN","","","2010","11","26", "Surrey and Sussex NHS staff","Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust has earmarked 182 staff posts to be cut. The Trust runs East Surrey Hospital and provides a range of services at Crawley, Oxted Health Centre, Dorking, Caterham Dene and Horsham hospitals.","http://frontlinefirst.rcn.org.uk/sites/frontlinefirst/index.php/news/entry/so/","","RH","","","2010","11","26", "Mid Essex Hospitals staff","Mid Essex Hospitals NHS Trust is cutting the equivalent of 200 full-time posts during 2010/11 by reducing the use of temporary staff. This is an across-the-board strategy that is not broken down by clinical or non-clinical posts, although requests for non-clinical staff are thought more likely to be refused. The Trust provides the majority of services at two hospitals in Chelmsford - Broomfield Hospital, which is the main A&E centre, and St John's Hospital, the main centre for maternity and gynaecology services - and also provides services at four other hospitals in Maldon, Chelmsford and Braintree.","","","CM","","","2010","11","27", "Basingstoke and North Hampshire NHS staff","Basingstoke and North Hampshire NHS Foundation Trust will cut the size of its workforce by the equivalent of 256 full-time staff between 2010 and 2013 - more than 10 percent of the entire workforce, including bank staff. No comprehensive breakdown of the cuts is available, but most of the 50 posts to be cut between August 2010 and March 2011 are in clinical areas. These 50 posts will be cut through natural turnover. The Trust provides acute hospital services to a population of around 300,000 patients in Basingstoke, Tadley, Alton and Bordon as well as surrounding towns and villages in north and mid Hampshire and west Berkshire. Most of its services are provided from Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital to the north of Basingstoke, but the Trust also provides outpatient and assessment services from Alton and Bordon community hospitals.","","","RG","","","2010","11","27", "North West London Hospitals staff","North West London Hospitals NHS Trust plans to remove 87 staff posts through deleting vacancies and redeployment. Of the 87 posts, 49 are clinical - including 29 nursing posts - and 38 are non-clinical. The Trust manages Northwick Park and St Mark’s hospitals in Harrow and Central Middlesex Hospital in Park Royal.","","","HA","","","2010","11","27", "Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital staff","The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust is planning to cut the equivalent of around 75 full-time staff posts between 2010 and 2015. Of these posts, around 31 will be clinical, and 44 will be non-clinical. The Trust runs the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, which is based on two sites - the main site at Stanmore in Middlesex, and a Central London site in Westminster. It is the largest orthopaedic hospital in the UK.","","","HA","HA7","4LP","2010","11","27", "Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS staff","Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust plans to reduce its workforce by the equivalent of 533 full-time staff between 2010 and 2014, which is 13 percent of its entire workforce. The Trust expects to revise these figures on a regular basis. The Trust runs three hospitals - the Royal Albert Edward Infirmary and Wrightington Hospital in Wigan, and Leigh Infirmary - as well as the Thomas Linacre outpatients centre in Wigan. Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.","","","WN","","","2010","11","27", "Portsmouth Hospitals staff","Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust cut the equivalent of 358 full-time posts between October 2009 and July 2010. Plans for future years should be finalised shortly. The Trust provides acute services at two hospitals - Queen Alexandra Hospital in Cosham, and St Mary's Hospital in Portsmouth.","http://frontlinefirst.rcn.org.uk/sites/frontlinefirst/index.php/news/entry/portsmouth-hospitals-nhs-trust/","","PO","","","2010","11","27", "Taunton & Somerset NHS staff","Taunton & Somerset NHS Foundation Trust will cut the equivalent of 504 full-time posts between 2010 and 2013. Of the 504 posts that will go, 305 will be in clinical areas, with 199 in non-clinical areas. The reduction includes 40 posts in pathology services. The Trust runs Musgrove Park Hospital in Taunton, the largest district general hospital in Somerset.","","","TA","TA1","5DA","2010","11","27", "Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital staff","Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital NHS Foundation Trust plans to cut the equivalent of 118 full-time staff between 2010 and 2015 through natural turnover. The breakdown of the cuts is as follows: Nursing - 49 FTE (full-time equivalent staff) Support workers - 10 FTE Scientific and professional staff - 6 FTE Senior managers/administration & estates - 48 FTE Ancillary staff - 5 FTE Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital is one of the largest heart and chest hospitals in the UK. The Trust also provides specialist services across the North West of England, including North Wales and the Isle of Man.","","","L","L14","3PE","2010","11","27", "Isle of Man fertility treatment funding","The Isle of Man government decided in 2010 to cap funding for IVF fertility treatment at £40,000 per year. The year before the cap was introduced, when there was no fixed budget, 32 couples underwent IVF treatment, costing £100,000. The new cap will only provide enough funding to treat around 20 couples, who will be limited to one cycle of treatment. The Isle of Man is outside the NHS, and patients from the island are sent to the UK for IVF treatment with all costs covered by the Manx government.","http://www.bionews.org.uk/page_68004.asp","","IM","","","2010","11","27", "The Walton Centre NHS staff","The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust plans to cut the equivalent of 39 full-time staff through natural turnover between 2010 and 2015. The Trust runs the Walton Centre, a specialist hospital dedicated to caring for people with neurological conditions including epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, brain tumours, Parkinson's disease, stroke, cancer, spinal pain and other neurological diseases and trauma. Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.","","","L","L9","7LJ","2010","11","27", "Luton and Dunstable NHS staff","Luton and Dunstable NHS Foundation Trust expects to reduce overall staffing by the equivalant of 200 full-time posts. The majority of the axed posts will be removed through natural wastage and restricting the use of agency staff, but around 50 of the posts under review would entail redundancies. The Trust runs the Luton & Dunstable Hospital, which serves a local population of over 350,000 from Luton, Dunstable, and other towns and villages in the south Bedfordshire and north Hertfordshire region. Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.","","","LU","LU4","0DZ","2010","11","27", "Countess of Chester Hospital staff","Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust plans to cut the equivalent of 460.97 full-time staff posts between 2010 and 2015 - a reduction of more than 16 percent of all staff. The breakdown of the cuts, plus the percentage by which each staff category will be reduced, is as follows: * Medical and dental - 8.82 (4.1%) * Nursing, midwifery and health visitors - 96.71 (12.2%) * Scientific, therapeutic and technical - 39.69 (10.3%) * Healthcare assistants and clinical support - 51.65 (6.4%) * Managers - 49.72 (73.1%) * Admin and estates - 213.1 (37.9%) * Other - 1.28 These figures exclude bank staff. The Trust runs the Countess of Chester Hospital, a 600 bed, single site general hospital located on the outskirts of Chester, providing a range of medical services to more than 425,000 patients each year from an area covering Western Cheshire, Ellesmere Port, Neston and North Wales. Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.","","","CH","CH2","1UL","2010","11","27", "Derby hospitals","We heard last night at a Save Our NHS meeting in Derby on 7th March 2012 which was held to coincide with the Save Our NHS Rally in London, that Derby Royal Foundation Trust hospital has closed a Maternity ward and made it private and is looking at doing the same to another ward shortly. Foundation Trusts are just separate businesses. The Govt want all hospitals to become Foundation Trusts by 2014 and then to go on to become separate Social Enterprises. That is it for our National Health Service. This is all wrong. It is just a big mish-mash of fragmented organisations now with staff no longer being real NHS employees. The NHS is just going to be a brand name, a logo in future and be a fragmented mess of independent business enterprises all trying to make income and our universal service will be lost. Shame on this Govt. Labour need to give them the fight of their lives over this to make up for the move to privatisation and marketisation that they started when they were in power. Get us back our National Health Service please. We want the Real Deal - nothing else will do!","","","National","","","2010","11","28", "Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals staff","The Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust expects to cut its workforce by the equivalent of around 300 full-time staff between 2010 and 2015. Cuts are likely to be small until 2012, with larger staff reductions thereafter. The Trust provides a comprehensive range of services for the people of Wolverhampton, the wider Black Country, South Staffordshire, North Worcestershire and Shropshire, and runs the largest teaching hospital in the Black Country.","","","WV","WV10","0QP","2010","11","28", "University Hospitals of Leicester staff","University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust is cutting its workforce by the equivalent of 317 full-time staff in 2010/11, which is three percent of total staffing. The Trust is actually cutting 434 posts - 278 of them in clinical areas, with the remaining 156 non-clinical - but this is partly offset by 117 new posts the Trust is creating during the year. The breakdown of the posts that are being cut is as follows: Acute care: Clinical - 126 FTE (full-time equivalent staff) Non-clinical - 19 FTE Clinical support: Clinical - 66 FTE Non-clinical - 3 FTE Corporate: Clinical - 2 FTE Non-clinical - 116 FTE Planned care: Clinical - 69 FTE Non-clinical - 12 FTE Women and children's: Clinical - 15 FTE Non-clinical - 6 FTE These cuts include reductions in bank and agency workers and overtime as a result of productivity improvements (e.g. reduced sickness absence), as well as through the management of the recruitment process. Of the 117 newly created posts, 85 percent are clinical and 15 percent non-clinical. The Trust runs three hospitals in Leicester - Glenfield Hospital, Leicester General Hospital, and Leicester Royal Infirmary.","","","LE","","","2010","11","28", "Cambridge University Hospitals staff","Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust plans to cut its workforce by the equivalent of around 423 full-time staff between 2010 and 2013, net of recruitment. There will be a moderate overall increase in clinical staff, with a large decrease in non-clinical staff (figures in full-time equivalent): * Consultants - 8.09 decrease * Junior medical - 38.07 increase * Nurses and midwives - 79.01 increase * Scientific, technical and therapeutic - 55.2 decrease * Other clinical - 1.93 decrease * Agency clinical - 12.8 decrease * Admin and clerical - 297.62 decrease * Other non-clinical support - 127.94 decrease * Agency non-clinical - 36.22 decrease The Trust runs two adjacent hospitals in Cambridge - Addenbrooke's Hospital and The Rosie maternity and women's hospital. Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.","","","CB","CB2","0QQ","2010","11","28", "Royal Bolton Hospital staff","Royal Bolton Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is set to cut the equivalent of 257 full-time staff posts between 2010 and 2013. The Trust is cutting 70 posts through natural turnover during 2010/11, which is just over two percent of total staffing. The expected breakdown of this reduction is as follows: Management - 1 FTE (full-time equivalent staff) Nursing and midwifery - 48 FTE Admin and clerical - 15 FTE Associated health professions - 3 FTE Ancillary staff - 3 FTE The Trust expects to cut a further 92 posts during 2011/12 and 95 in 2012/13, although both these figures reflect overall savings as applied to pay budgets, and could reduce if extra non-pay savings are found, as they were in 2010/11. The Trust offers a wide range of services based at the Royal Bolton Hospital in Farnworth, as well as some in community settings.","","","BL","BL4","0JR","2010","11","28", "University Hospital of North Staffordshire staff","University Hospital of North Staffordshire NHS Trust is set to cut the equivalent of just under 1,349 full-time staff between 2010 and 2015. The figures are estimates by the Trust and could change over time, although radical changes are unlikely. The breakdown of staff cuts in 2010/11 is unclear, but from 2011 to 2015 the cuts break down as follows: Medical and dental - 156.67 FTE (full-time equivalent staff) Nursing and midwifery - 688.05 FTE Other clinical - 140.2 FTE Other - 363.74 FTE The Trust runs three hospital sites in Stoke-on-Trent - North Staffordshire Royal Infirmary, City General, and Central Outpatients. A new hospital will open in 2012.","","","ST","ST4","","2010","11","28", "West Suffolk Hospital staff","West Suffolk Hospital NHS Trust plans to cut the equivalent of around 246 full-time staff between 2010 and 2015, which is around 12 percent of total staffing. The Trust is proposing reductions in nursing/healthcare assistant staffing levels during the period 2010-2014 if they are linked to bed closures, although it says ward-based nursing will not be affected. The Trust runs West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds, and serves an area of approximately 600 square miles which extends to Thetford in the north, Sudbury in the south, Newmarket to the west and Stowmarket to the east. The Trust also provides outpatient services at six community hospitals and health centres.","","","IP","IP33","2QZ","2010","11","28", "Trafford Healthcare NHS staff","Trafford Healthcare NHS Trust expects to cut the equivalent of 50-70 non-clinical full-time posts through natural wastage following changes to services. The Trust provides services at Trafford General and Stretford Memorial Hospitals in Manchester, Altrincham General Hospital, and in the community.","","","M","","","2010","11","28", "North Cumbria University Hospitals staff","North Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Trust anticipates cutting the equivalent of 300-350 full-time staff between 2010 and 2015. The scale of such changes will impact upon all staff disciplines, although the Trust will look initially at back office functions and support and managerial functions in advance of cutting frontline clinical posts. The Trust provides acute hospital services across North Cumbria. The main hospitals are the Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle and West Cumberland Hospital in Whitehaven.","","","CA","","","2010","11","28", "University Hospital of South Manchester staff","On 20th August 2010, University Hospital of South Manchester (UHSM) NHS Foundation Trust has issued notification for possible redundancies for the equivalent of 27.6 full-time clerical posts and 11 managerial posts. UHSM is a major acute teaching hospital trust providing services for adults and children at Wythenshawe Hospital and Withington Community Hospital.","http://frontlinefirst.rcn.org.uk/sites/frontlinefirst/index.php/news/entry/south-manchester-university-foundation-trust/","","M","M23","9LT","2010","11","28", "East Cheshire NHS staff","East Cheshire NHS Trust is cutting the equivalent of 33 full-time administrative and managerial posts during 2010/11. The Trust is based on the main site of Macclesfield District General Hospital, which has 388 inpatient beds, but also runs two community hospitals, Congleton War Memorial and Knutsford District Community.","","","SK","","","2010","11","28", "Bedford Hospital staff","Bedford Hospital NHS Trust is cutting the size of its workforce by the equivalent of 24 full-time staff between 2010 and 2012. Staffing levels will actually rise by 16 posts in 2010/11, but will then fall by 40 posts in 2011/12. The Trust runs a 403-bed acute district general hospital and provides a range of services to over 270,000 people living predominantly in north and mid Bedfordshire.","","","MK","MK42","9DJ","2010","11","28", "Mid Yorkshire Hospitals staff","Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust is reducing staffing levels by 270 posts by removing existing vacancies that it believes will not need to be recruited to under new models of care. Around 230 current staff will be affected by changes to skill mix, location and posts where, at present, there is no suitable alternative employment. The Trust runs most of its services from its three main hospital sites - Pinderfields General Hospital in Wakefield, Dewsbury and District Hospital and Pontefract General Infirmary. In addition, day case and outpatient services are provided from Clayton Hospital in Wakefield with some services provided at other facilities and clinics across the district.","","","WF","","","2010","11","28", "Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Hospitals staff","Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has announced a staffing reduction of 350 full-time equivalent posts in 2011/12 - breaking down as 67 clinical posts and 283 non-clinical posts. Further reductions have not been ruled out, while all vacancies are reviewed as and when they arise, which will lead to a further reduction in overall staff. The Trust runs all three NHS hospitals in Scunthorpe, Grimsby and Goole - the Diana, Princess of Wales Hospital in Grimsby, Scunthorpe General Hospital, and Goole and District Hospital. Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.","","","DN","","","2010","11","28", "South Tees Hospitals staff","South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust forecasts a net staffing reduction of 119 full-time equivalent posts from 2010-14. The breakdown by year is as follows: * 2010/11 - 101 reduction * 2011/12 - 66 reduction * 2012/13 - 27 increase * 2013/14 - 21 increase The Trust runs two hospitals - the James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough and the Friarage Hospital in Northallerton. Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.","","","TS","","","2011","03","05", "Doncaster & Bassetlaw Hospitals staff","Doncaster & Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust expects to cut its workforce by the equivalent of around 145 full-time posts during 2010/11. The cuts break down as follows (figures are full-time equivalent): * Admin - 39.59 * Nursing productivity - 24.4 * Inpatient length of stay - 29.03 * Hotel cleaning - 18.02 * Hotel linen and laundry - 15.52 * Bassetlaw Hospital nursery - 13.35 * Doncaster Royal Infirmary nursery - 5.81 The Trust provides a range of acute medical services at three hospitals - Bassetlaw Hospital in Worksop, Doncaster Royal Infirmary, and Montagu Hospital in Mexbrough - and in a number of community locations. In addition, outpatient services are provided at Retford Hospital and rehabilitation services for older people at Tickhill Road Hospital, Doncaster. Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.","","","DN","","","2010","11","28", "Winchester and Eastleigh Healthcare NHS staff","Winchester and Eastleigh Healthcare NHS Trust cut staffing levels by the equivalent of 80 full-time posts between March and July 2010 through vacancy control and reducing the use of temporary staff. The Trust runs the Royal Hampshire County Hospital in Winchester and Andover War Memorial Hospital.","http://frontlinefirst.rcn.org.uk/sites/frontlinefirst/index.php/news/entry/winchester-and-eastleigh-healthcare-nhs-trust/","","SO","","","2010","11","28", "Andover Birth Centre","Winchester and Eastleigh Healthcare NHS Trust suspended birth and inpatient services at Andover Birth Centre from 27th September 2010 due to a shortage of 14 full-time midwives and support workers.","http://frontlinefirst.rcn.org.uk/sites/frontlinefirst/index.php/news/entry/winchester-and-eastleigh-healthcare-nhs-trust1/","","SP","SP10","3LB","2010","11","28", "Nottingham University Hospitals staff","Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust plans to cut 353 posts through natural turnover in 2011/12, which is just below three percent of total staff numbers. The Trust comprises Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham City Hospital and Ropewalk House, a facility in Nottingham City Centre where hearing services are based. Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.","","","NG","","","2010","11","28", "Calderdale & Huddersfield NHS staff","Calderdale & Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust plans to cut the equivalent of 444 full-time staff posts between 2010 and 2013. The reduction of posts is likely to be split 47 percent in clinical posts and 53 percent in non-clinical posts. The Trust runs the two main hospitals in Huddersfield and Halifax – Huddersfield Royal Infirmary and Calderdale Royal Hospital. ","","","HD","","","2010","11","28", "Kettering General Hospital staff","Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is reducing its workforce by the equivalent of 200 full-time staff between 2010 and 2013, including cuts to agency staff. The breakdown of the cuts is as follows: Consultants - 8 FTE (full-time equivalent staff) Healthcare assistants and other support staff - 60 FTE Scientific and technical - 2 FTE Clinical agency staff - 40 FTE Admin, clerical and estates pay - 79 FTE Non-clinical agency staff - 32 FTE However, there will be an increase of 7 FTE junior medical staff and 14 FTE nurses and midwives. There will be no overall change to the number of senior managers. The Trust runs Kettering General Hospital, a medium-sized district general hospital which provides a wide range of services to about 300,000 people in North Northamptonshire. The Trust also runs a wide range of outpatient clinics in Corby, Wellingborough and Rushden.","","","NN","NN16","8UZ","2010","11","28", "George Eliot Hospital staff","George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust plans to cut the equivalent of 257 full-time staff between 2010 and 2014. The breakdown of the cuts is as follows: Nursing - 127 FTE (full-time equivalent staff) Other clinical - 48 FTE Non-clinical - 82 FTE The Trust runs the George Eliot Hospital, a single site hospital on the outskirts of Nuneaton, Warwickshire.","","","CV","CV10","7DJ","2010","11","28", "Aintree University Hospitals staff","Aintree University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust plans to cut the equivalent of 300 full-time staff over the next few years. All staff have been offered voluntary redundancy or flexible working. The Trust comprises two main hospitals serving the residents of North Liverpool, South Sefton and Kirkby. University Hospital Aintree is a large teaching hospital providing A&E services and a range of acute and non-acute specialties, while Walton Hospital provides outpatient and day surgery services.","","","L","L9","","2010","11","28", "Southend University Hospital staff","Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust plans to cut the equivalent of 400 full-time staff between 2010 and 2013, primarily through natural turnover. The cuts include an expected reduction of 110 staff in post during 2010/11.","","","SS","SS0","0RY","2010","11","28", "Barnsley Hospital staff","Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is consulting on 156 possible redundancies - 5 percent of total staffing - as of 20th September 2010. The breakdown of the redundancies is as follows: Clerical - 51 (8.23% of all clerical staff) Professional - 52 (3.55%) Managerial - 10 (16.39%) Technical - 6 (6.98%) Other - 37 (4.98%) The 'Professional' and 'Technical' categories encompass clinical staff. The Trust runs Barnsley Hospital, a 425-bed hospital that serves a population of over a quarter of a million people in the Barnsley area.","","","S","S75","2EP","2010","11","28", "Gateshead Health NHS staff","Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust is reducing its workforce by the equivalent of around 331 full-time staff between 2010 and 2013, which is 10.8 percent of all staff. Clinical staff account for 209.5 of the posts that are being cut, with the remaining 121.8 posts falling in non-clinical areas. The Trust is also planning to reduce spending on agency and bank staff by £500k in 2010/11, which equates to approximately 20 full-time posts. The Trust provides services from three main sites in Gateshead - Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Bensham Hospital and Dunston Hill Hospital.","","","NE","NE9","","2010","11","28", "Queen Victoria Hospital staff","Queen Victoria Hospital NHS Foundation Trust plans to cut the equivalent of 40 full-time staff posts during 2010/11. The Trust runs Queen Victoria Hospital in East Grinstead, which specialises in reconstructive surgery but also provides community healthcare services for the people of East Grinstead and its surrounding villages.","","","RH","RH19","3DZ","2010","11","28", "Dudley Hospitals staff","The Dudley Group of Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is planning to reduce staffing levels by the equivalent of 170 full-time staff between 2010 and 2013. The reduction is due to a cut in spending on bank and agency staff equivalent to 186 full-time posts, balanced by an increase of 11 nurses and midwives and five consultants. The Trust runs three hospital sites, with one inpatient hospital (Russells Hall) located near the centre of Dudley and two outpatient hospitals (Corbett and Guest) located in Stourbridge and Dudley respectively.","","","DY","","","2010","11","28", "Salford Royal NHS staff","Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust expects to cut staffing levels by the equivalent of 750 full-time posts between 2010 and 2013, with 250 posts going each year. Within this 15 percent overall target, the management and corporate departments have been targeted with a reduction of 20 percent, with lower targets for clinical/frontline services. As of 9th September 2010, the Trust had removed the equivalent of 183.76 full-time posts through natural turnover and redeployment, with the following breakdown: Medical - 12.23 FTE (full-time equivalent staff) Nursing - 65.97 FTE Scientific and technical/professional and technical - 11.95 FTE Admin/management/corporate - 93.61 FTE The Trust runs the Salford Royal hospital, which provides a range of medical, surgical, maternity and emergency services to the people of Salford, and offers specialist care to people from all over the UK who need expert help with brain, neuroscience, kidney, bone, intestine or skin conditions.","","","M","M6","8HD","2010","11","28", "Peterborough children's play centres","Peterborough City Council is planning to cut nearly half its budget for children's play centres. The council currently runs eight play centres for children aged 5-13. However, the council wants to cut £300k from their £669k total budget. Options include closing some play centres, introducing charges for some sessions, or handing over some of the centres to voluntary organisations. Alternatively, some play activities may be moved into the council's children's centres. The council's plans are currently out to public consultation along with the remainder of its proposed budget, with responses due by early February 2011.","http://democracy.peterborough.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6905","","PE","PE1","","2010","11","28", "Peterborough children's care complaints service","Peterborough City Council is scrapping its dedicated service for complaints regarding children's social care, and is amalgamating the complaints team with the council's general corporate complaints team. The council will buy in the expertise to deal with more complex complaints as and when required. The move is expected to save the council £50k a year, from the current 74k annual budget for the dedicated children's care complaints service.","http://democracy.peterborough.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6905","","PE","PE1","","2010","11","29", "Peterborough faith school transport","Peterborough City Council withdrew its provision of free transport for children starting at faith schools in September 2010. The council is now looking to withdraw free transport from all children studying at faith schools, including those who started before September 2010, in order to save £187k per year. Parents on low incomes will still qualify for support under other provisions within the council's transport policy. The council’s plans are currently out to public consultation along with the remainder of its proposed budget, with responses due by early February 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/cuts/item/peterborough-childrens-play-centres","","PE","PE1","","2010","11","29", "Peterborough post-16 education transport","Peterborough City Council is planning to scrap free school/college transport for children over 16 with medical problems or spcial needs. At present the council provides free transport for post-16 school and college students who have medical grounds or statements of special educational needs. Other families are charged £300 for this service. The council now wants to introduce this £300 charge for those students currently eligible for free transport. Families on benefits currently eligible for free transport will have to pay £150. Additionally, the charges will be imposed per child rather than per family. The changes are designed to save the council £20k a year. Additionally, the council is planning to tighten its policy of providing free transport to the nearest educational establishment for chidren over 16 when particular courses are not offered within five miles of a family’s home. In the past, this has meant the council paying for young people to attend courses in London. The council is proposing to place a limit on the travelling distance to 30 miles from home, as the crow flies, for post-16 students. The new policy will bring estimated savings of £3k a year. The council’s plans are currently out to public consultation along with the remainder of its proposed budget, with responses due by early February 2011. ","http://democracy.peterborough.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6905","","PE","PE1","","2010","11","29", "Peterborough children's services outsourced","Peterborough City Council is studying the feasibility of operating its children's services as an 'arms-length management organisation' (ALMO). Such a move would involve the council transferring children's services to a social enterprise, trust, or a partnership with an external organisation. All services will be reviewed but are expected to transfer into the new organisation. A commissioning/review team will remain as part of the council to manage the relationship with the new organisation. The council says that ""a sustainable and full children's service delivery model will be protected.""","http://democracy.peterborough.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6905","","PE","PE1","","2010","11","29", "Clare Lodge women's secure unit outsourced","Peterborough City Council is planning to set up an 'arms-length management organisation' (ALMO) to run Clare Lodge women's secure unit on its behalf. Clare Lodge is the leading national provider of secure placements for young women in the UK. The unit caters for young women aged 10-17 who are in need of care, programmes of intervention, and protection. Typically those placed have extensive histories of abuse and exploitation, poor attachments, and low self esteem. Many of the young women have a range of health and mental health needs. The council believes that by outsourcing the running of Clare Lodge to an ALMO, the council could make savings it could then reinvest. The council’s plans are currently out to public consultation along with the remainder of its proposed budget, with responses due by early February 2011. ","http://democracy.peterborough.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6905","http://www.clarelodge.co.uk/page_viewer.asp?section=Home&sid=1","PE","PE6","7LU","2010","11","29", "Peterborough community association grant","Peterborough City Council is planning to nearly halve the value of grants it provides to a large number of community and resident associations. At present, most most community associations receive £1,250 each, from a total budget of £65k. The council wants to slash this budget by £30k and introduce a system in which associations will have to bid for funding and become actively involved with neighbourhood councils (which will have access to additional funding through the development pot). The council’s plans are currently out to public consultation along with the remainder of its proposed budget, with responses due by early February 2011.","http://democracy.peterborough.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6905","","PE","PE1","","2010","11","29", "Peterborough Council benefit claims processing","Peterborough City Council plans to increase the amount of time it takes to process benefit claims from 13 to 18 days. By reducing the number of payment processing staff by four, a saving of around £100k a year can be made - but this will have an adverse impact on the speed of processing both new benefit claims and revisions to benefits due to changing circumstances. For those in real need, the express claims process for assessing new claims within two working days will still be in place for claimants who produce all necessary documents at the time of submitting a claim - but ensuring the turnaround time for express claims will have an impact on other claims and delay determination and payment of these by an average of one week. Assessment of changes to benefit entitlement will also be affected by the reduction in staffing and will reduce the average speed of processing changes from 11 days to 14 days. The council’s plans are currently out to public consultation along with the remainder of its proposed budget, with responses due by early February 2011.","http://democracy.peterborough.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6905","","PE","PE1","","2010","11","29", "Peterborough Council abandoned calls","Peterborough City Council is planning to cut £50k from its call centre, leading to an increase in abandoned calls of between 100 to 200 per day and longer in answering calls. The call centre's current budget is £676k. The council’s plans are currently out to public consultation along with the remainder of its proposed budget, with responses due by early February 2011. ","http://democracy.peterborough.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6905","","PE","PE1","","2010","11","29", "Peterborough charities rate relief","Peterborough City Council is planning to cut the funding it provides charities for relief from business rates. At present, central government funds 80 percent relief from business rates for registered charities. This is mandatory and is not under threat. However, in Peterborough, charities can also apply for relief on the remaining 20 percent of business rates. Successful applicants receive relief on all or part of this 20 percent, with three-quarters of the relief provided by Peterborough City Council, and the remaining quarter provided by central government. The council is now reviewing this policy with the intention of cutting 25 percent of its budget for rate relief for charities. More charities will face higher bills for business rate relief as a result.","http://democracy.peterborough.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6905","","PE","PE1","","2010","11","29", "Peterborough parish council funding","Peterborough City Council is planning to cut funding for local parish councils by a fifth from 2012/13. The council currently pays a grant to each parish council based on a fixed sum per head of population in the parish. This payment is automatic, regardless of whether the budget plans for the parish indicate that it is needed, and is increased by inflation each year. The council justifies the planned funding cut on the basis that the current approach effectively sees money being shifted from non-parished areas to those that have parishes. The council's proposal would see these grants reduced, roughly in line with the expected reduction in grants that the council itself is facing. It would be down to each parish council to consider in their own budget planning how this impacts them. This proposal does not affect payment of sums for service provided by parish councils on behalf of the city council, or the payment of council tax sums that the city council collects as the billing authority. The council’s plans are currently out to public consultation along with the remainder of its proposed budget, with responses due by early February 2011.","http://democracy.peterborough.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6905","","PE","","","2010","11","29", "Peterborough Council fee increases","Peterborough City Council is planning to increase many of the fees it charges for specific services. Bereavement services: The council plans to increase the cremation fee and interment fee by 15 percent. The current environmental surcharge that is added to the cremation fee will increase by 10 percent from £50 to £55, and the cost of memorials and other fees will increase by 3-5 percent. 2.5 percent of the cremation and interment fee will be retained to fund essential maintenance to cemeteries and closed churchyards. Registration services: The following fee increases are proposed for the services provided by the Register Office, to take effect from 1st April 2011: • Ceremonies conducted at approved premises – 9.9% • Private citizenship ceremonies – 4.8% • Nationality checking service – 9.9% • Baby naming and renewal of vows – 8.2% • Express certificate request service – 12% • Statutory fees (to be confirmed by the Home Office) Wheelie bins: The council is proposing to introduce charges to replace wheelie bins that have been lost or stolen and for new bins for any new homes. Residents will pay £36 each for new bins and £18 each for refurbished bins. Allotments: Charges for allotments have historically been kept low as concessions have been applied. The council is planning to end these concessions. As a result, charges will now be £52 per year for a full size allotment, or £1 per week for their use, and £39 per year for smaller plots. Recreation: The council intends to raise a modest sum through increasing fees for recreation activities, such as bowling greens and putting greens. The council’s plans are currently out to public consultation along with the remainder of its proposed budget, with responses due by early February 2011. ","http://democracy.peterborough.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6905","","PE","PE1","","2010","11","29", "Peterborough voluntary sector funding","Peterborough City Council is planning to slash funding for voluntary groups by nearly a fifth. The council currently provides £550k a year to voluntary sector organisations, but plans to cut this by £50k in 2011/12 and a further £50k the following year - a £100k total reduction. The council’s plans are currently out to public consultation along with the remainder of its proposed budget, with responses due by early February 2011.","http://democracy.peterborough.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6905","","PE","","","2010","11","29", "Peterborough car park charges","Peterborough City Council is set to increase the charges for using many of its city car parks in order to raise extra revenue. Instead of the council's current policy of charging the same rate across all of its car parks, the council will set varying prices for each of its car parks. This will mean some prices will go up and some will go down and the council will be aiming to compete with private operators in the city. Overall the council is hoping to raise an extra £161k to its current parking income budget of £3.4m, indicating that car park charges will on the whole increase. The council’s plans are currently out to public consultation along with the remainder of its proposed budget, with responses due by early February 2011.","http://democracy.peterborough.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6905","","PE","PE1","","2010","11","29", "Peterborough city centre wireless internet","Peterborough City Council is suspending its project to introduce wireless internet access around the city centre. The council says it is putting the project on hold, but according to the proposed budget the plans will not go forward until 2016 at the earliest, if at all. The project, which required £270k of start-up costs and around £120k of funding each year after that, has been controversial in some quarters. Council leaders saw it as a means of attracting shoppers to Peterborough, but critics regarded it as a vanity project. The council’s plans are currently out to public consultation along with the remainder of its proposed budget, with responses due by early February 2011. ","http://democracy.peterborough.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6905","","PE","PE1","","2010","11","29", "Peterborough urgent housing repair work","Peterborough City Council is planning to cut funding for urgent repair work on private housing by around 40 percent. The council currently spends about £1.9m a year on repairs assistance grants to pay for improvements to private housing that are in need of urgent work because they are unsafe or unhealthy for their occupants. The grants are means-tested and fund a range of works including improvements to kitchens and bathrooms, damp proofing and drainage repairs. Under the council's proposals, funding for this work will be cut by £680k a year. The council’s plans are currently out to public consultation along with the remainder of its proposed budget, with responses due by early February 2011. ","http://democracy.peterborough.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6905","","PE","PE1","","2010","11","29", "Peterborough disabled facilities funding","Peterborough City Council is planning to cut funding for necessary improvements to disabled people's homes. The council currentlys provide about £1.9m a year to help adapt the homes of vulnerable people to enable them to continue to live independently. The funding is means-tested and can pay for equipment such as stair lifts, back hoists or improving heating systems. However, the council plans to cut £350k from this budget from 2013 onwards. The council’s plans are currently out to public consultation along with the remainder of its proposed budget, with responses due by early February 2011. ","http://democracy.peterborough.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6905","","PE","PE1","","2010","11","29", "Peterborough day care centres","Peterborough City Council is reviewing its day care services with the aim of saving £100k a year. With adult care service users now given personal budgets to choose what care they want, the council believes that demand for council-run day care centres is lower than in the past. The review is likely to lead to the discontinuation of some - but not all - day care services. The council’s plans are currently out to public consultation along with the remainder of its proposed budget, with responses due by early February 2011. ","http://democracy.peterborough.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6905","","PE","PE1","","2010","11","29", "Peterborough adult care charges","Peterborough City Council is planning to increase charges for some community adult care services - day care services, respite care services and home care services, for example. In general, the council will introduce charges that reflect the true cost of these services, rather than the current subsidised system. People on low incomes will continue to pay lower charges or none at all in some circumstances. The increased charges are expected to raise an extra £80k a year for the council. The council’s plans are currently out to public consultation along with the remainder of its proposed budget, with responses due by early February 2011.","http://democracy.peterborough.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6905","","PE","PE1","","2010","11","29", "Somerset arts funding","Somerset Council is cutting all arts funding. Local community projects/groups will lose funding and may close, including theatres, local radio stations etc.","http://www.guardian.co.uk/culture/2010/nov/09/arts-cuts-somerset","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-somerset-11665636","TA","","","2010","12","06", "Ealing Council staff","Ealing Council is planning to put 300 members of staff at risk of redundancy.","","http://www.ealing.gov.uk/press_releases/2010/november/pr239.html","W","W5","","2010","11","30", "Swindon Dial A Ride","Swindon Dial A Ride is a community transport minibus service. It operates a fleet of minibuses modified for people with disabilities. It has a staff of about 20 including volunteers. It has several thousand passengers registered to use its transport. Its clients use the service for commuting to work, shopping, doctors appointments, hospital visits and to attend lunch clubs and other social activities in and around the Swindon area. The council has decided to remove the grant that has been provided for the past 20 years. The charity will now have to apply via a tender as a commercial operator in order to continue. There is no guarantee that Dial a Ride will win this tender and it is unlikely that if a commercial operator wins the bid that the level and quality of service could be maintained. ","","","SN","SN2","1DZ","2010","11","30", "University of Dundee staff","193 jobs sought by university management. Local UCU trade union branch balloting on industrial action as management refuse to rule out compulsory redundancies.","","","DD","DD1","4HN","2010","11","30", "Work Solutions Service at Jobs in Mind","The Work Solutions Service at Jobs in Mind provides support to individuals who are experiencing stress/mental health related difficulties and who are experiencing issues at work to retain their employment and return to work from sick leave (if applicable). Mental ill-health and stress related-illness combined form the leading cause of long term absence from work, according to the Health & Safety Executive. Jobs in Mind have been informed that Camden Commissioning is terminating the funding for this service, effective from 31/03/2011. There has been no consultation with service users, local residents or GPs and therapists prior to this decision, to consider the need of this service to the local community. ","","http://www.sjh.org.uk/petition","NW","NW1","0TF","2010","11","30", "Camden libraries","Camden Council is planning to close its mobile library service and a number of library branches in order to save £1.6m a year by 2014. The local libraries at risk of closure have not been named, although Belsize and Chalk Farm libraries are thought to be at risk. Residents will be consulted early in 2011 on the future of libraries with a view to identifying savings from direct service provision for implementation during the 2011/12 financial year. The mobile library service will be shut. The service has 250 regular users, including a high proportion of children and elderly users. The council says they will be redirected to alternative provision. Camden currently has a relatively high number of libraries per square mile, but 24 percent of the local population regularly use the service, while half the population use libraries less frequently.","http://www.camdennewjournal.com/news/2010/nov/camden-councils-deepest-ever-cuts-how-they-will-affect-us-all","http://www.camden.gov.uk/ccm/content/council-and-democracy/publications-and-finances/twocolumn/culture-and-environment.en?page=4","NW","NW1","","2010","11","30", "Connexions Northamptonshire","Connexions provides careers advice and other information, advice, guidance and support to all 13-19 year olds (and to young people up to the age of 25 with learning difficulties or disabilities). News reports say 50 jobs will be cut from the service in Northamptonshire.","http://www.northamptonchron.co.uk/news/local/fifty_jobs_set_to_go_in_advice_cuts_1_900235","http://www.northantset.co.uk/news/Cuts-threaten-50-youth-group.6461016.jp http://www.northamptonchron.co.uk/news/local/fifty_jobs_set_to_go_in_advice_cuts_1_900235","NN","","","2010","11","30", "De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill","The cultural arts centre is expecting a £40,000 cut by 2012 according to local media.","http://www.arrowfm.co.uk/arrowstory.asp?id=1380","http://www.dlwp.com/","TN","TN40","","2010","11","30", "Shelter Cymru in Wrexham","Wrexham Council has voted to withdraw funding of £44,000 to Shelter Cymru, the charity serving homeless people. The authority claims it can manage the cases itself, while Shelter Cymru has said a vital service will be lost. The money helped to pay for three jobs in the charity's Wrexham office. Staff hours will now be reduced. A report to the council said the local authority was trying to ensure resources were used in the ""most cost effective way"". In the last 12 months Shelter Cymru dealt with more than 1,000 cases in Wrexham, including 541 new cases. Janet Loudon, Shelter Cymru's national operations manager, described the move as a false economy. ""Any immediate savings made by cutting our funding will be far outweighed by the additional demands made on the council and other services by people in crisis situations with complex housing and debt problems,"" she said.","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-north-east-wales-11873764","http://www.sheltercymru.org.uk/news/news-index.aspx?newsid=240&parentid=1","LL","LL11","0FB","2010","11","30", "National Offender Management Service (NOMS)","The National Offender Management Service (NOMS) is responsible for prisons and probation services across Engalnd & Wales and is part of the Ministry of Justice (MoJ). Between 2011 and 2015 there will be around £2 billion pounds of cuts from the MoJ budget - and £1 billion of that is to come from NOMS. NOMS will not be allowed to defer savings to the later years – it must be “front loaded”. NOMS has been ordered to cut 10,000 jobs.","","http://www.pcs.org.uk/en/prison_service_group/index.cfm","National","","","2010","12","23", "Sutton libraries (proposed)","Possible outsourcing of services. ","http://www.suttonguardian.co.uk/news/8688711.Libraries_face_cuts_in_latest_round_of_town_hall_savings","","SM","SM1 ","1EA","2010","11","30", "Southport botanic gardens nursery","The nursery provides employment for local people growing flowers which are sold to members of the public, used in the parks and used by the council across the town. The move, which will save £100k, will make the manager who has worked there since age 15 redundant just a few months after he won awards for his flowers at the flower show. The flowers will now be outsourced, it is not known at what cost.","","http://www.southportvisiter.co.uk/southport-news/southport-southport-news/2010/11/26/nine-redundant-as-southport-s-nursery-operation-is-axed-101022-27719265/","PR","PR9","","2010","11","30", "Police civilian staff","85% cuts across three tiers of management underway.","","","GU","","","2010","11","30", "Envirocrime Prevention","Ealing Council's Envirocrime Prevention deals with flytipping, both residential and commercial waste regulation, abandoned vehicles, skips and materials and temporary structures licensing and regulation, plus highways obstruction, graffiti and flyposting and street trading. We are a front line service in regular contact with the public, councillors and the police. Our overall remit is to protect the environment making it safe for the public. Our role is to advise, warn and prosecute where neccesary. Our current staff numbers are 23 officers and four manager . Under proposed cuts this will reduce to 12 officers and one manager. This represents more than a 50 percent cut to our service.","","","W","W5","2HL","2010","11","30", "Darlington Arts Centre and Civic Theatre","Darlington Arts Centre and Civic Theatre will be closed if Council plans to cut support from £1.2million to £zero go ahead. Darlington for Culture is a newly formed organisation proposing a Community Interest Company to take over running the Arts Centre on a much reduced budget. Darlington Borough Council may have to cut as much as £22m from a £107m total.","","","DL","DL3","7AX","2010","12","01", "West Midlands Police","West Midlands Police are looking to reduce numbers of civilian police staff by 1,200 and police officers by 1,100 over the next three years.","","","B","","","2010","12","01", "Camden community safety team","Camden Council is planning to cut its community safety service by a third, leading to fewer patrols. The restructured service will no longer provide direct youth activities, as the council says these duplicate the work carried out by the integrated youth service. The cuts are designed to save the council £1.3m a year, and are on top of further cuts to the service that may be required due to an expected £1m reduction in central government funding. ","http://www.camden.gov.uk/ccm/content/council-and-democracy/publications-and-finances/twocolumn/culture-and-environment.en?page=2","","NW","NW1","","2010","11","30", "Mornington Sports Centre","Camden Council is planning to shut Mornington Sports Centre in early 2012, despite it having only reopened in February 2010 after a state-of-the-art refit. The refurbishment included kitting out the centre with new exercise machines and an 'Energy Zone' for children aged 5-15. Control of Camden Council changed in May 2010, and the new council administration has decided that the reopening of Kentish Town Sports Centre means demand for Mornington Sports Centre will reduce.","http://www.camdennewjournal.com/news/2010/nov/camden-councils-deepest-ever-cuts-how-they-will-affect-us-all","http://www.camden.gov.uk/ccm/content/council-and-democracy/publications-and-finances/twocolumn/culture-and-environment.en?page=5","NW","NW1","7HP","2010","12","01", "Talacre Sports Centre","Camden Council plans to outsource management of Talacre Community Sports Centre in Kentish Town to Greenwich Leisure Limited (GLL). The council believes this will enable savings to be made without reducing the service on offer, but trade unions warn that popular classes and courses will not be retained and that the council will lose its say in how the centre is run. Talacre Community Sports Centre runs one of the country’s most successful children’s gymnastics classes. GLL describes itself as a social enterprise and currently runs four leisure centres in Camden, with a management contract with Camden Council that runs to 2020.","http://www.camdennewjournal.com/news/2010/nov/camden-councils-deepest-ever-cuts-how-they-will-affect-us-all","http://www.camden.gov.uk/ccm/content/council-and-democracy/publications-and-finances/twocolumn/culture-and-environment.en?page=5","NW","NW5","3AF","2010","12","01", "City Gallery, Leicester","An annual budget of £266,000 given to City Gallery in Leicester is being cut to £34,000.","http://www.thisisleicestershire.co.uk/news/Art-gallery-plan-scrapped/article-2955331-detail/article.html","http://www.facebook.com/pages/We-Love-The-City-Gallery/177854645573544","LE","LE1","","2010","12","01", "Camden voluntary sector funding","Camden Council plans to cut discretionary funding for the voluntary and community sector by around £2.5 million per year, meaning that some groups will lose funding they have previously received. The reductions in funding are accompanied by the following proposals that the council believes will improve the effectiveness of the funding programme: * current funding categories retired and full outcomes-based programme implemented * separate community centres funding and support package * better connected and targeted capacity building offer * introduce a social innovation fund * stop rent grants and have a clear policy on rent and property investment In addition, the council plans to introduce stringent criteria that weight discretionary rate relief awards in favour of organisations with a local focus from 2011/12. For 2012/13 onwards, the council will seek to make broader, more fundamental changes to its policy.","http://www.camdennewjournal.com/news/2010/nov/camden-councils-deepest-ever-cuts-how-they-will-affect-us-all","http://www.camden.gov.uk/ccm/content/council-and-democracy/publications-and-finances/twocolumn/culture-and-environment.en?page=7","NW","","","2010","12","01", "Camden street cleansing","Camden Council plans to reduce the frequency of its street cleaning operations to help save £4.7m a year by 2013/14. Camden residents have already seen their twice-weekly rubbish collections halved, bringing the borough into line with other areas in London. The council admits that satisfaction may fall as a result of the changes to street cleansing, but says that this will be mitigated by increased enforcement activity with move to a “zero tolerance” approach to target hotspots and problem areas. In addition to the reduced street cleaning, businesses will have to take more responsibility for keeping their areas clean and those that do not comply can expect enforcement action to be taken against them. The council is looking to improve its commercial waste service to increase sales.","http://www.camdennewjournal.com/news/2010/nov/camden-councils-deepest-ever-cuts-how-they-will-affect-us-all","http://www.camden.gov.uk/ccm/content/council-and-democracy/publications-and-finances/twocolumn/culture-and-environment.en?page=8","NW","","","2010","12","01", "Camden sports facilities price rise","The cost of hiring sports facilities will no longer be pegged, under savings proposals from Camden Council. Regular users can expect to pay an extra 20 per cent for gyms, football pitches, squash courts and other leisure services.","http://www.camdennewjournal.com/news/2010/nov/camden-councils-deepest-ever-cuts-how-they-will-affect-us-all","","NW","","","2010","12","01", "Lancashire arts organisations","Cuts throughout Lancashire to arts organisations, many of which are actively involved in their local communities: Prescap stands to lose £395; Preston Carnival Trust £211 and The Dukes Playhouse, Lancaster, will have £1,375 slashed from its grant. Folly, Lancaster, stands to lose £769; Litfest, Lancaster, will be cut by £353; Ludus Dance, Lancaster, will lose £1,516; More Music, Morecambe, will lose £330; Nuffield Theatre Lancaster University will lose £499 and the Storey Gallery, Lancaster, will lose £167.","http://www.lep.co.uk/lifestyle/arts_groups_facing_cuts_after_government_slashes_funding_1_793158","http://www.lep.co.uk/lifestyle/arts_groups_facing_cuts_after_government_slashes_funding_1_793158","LA","LA1","","2010","12","01", "Extra primary school places in Haringey","£8.5 million has been withdrawn from Haringey Council's funding for extra primary school places, along with £115,000 for free swimming and £497,000 from the Playbuilder project, which aims to build or refurbish local play areas for children. These stand alongside over £6 million of proposed cuts to the council budget as a whole, which are in addition to the £7 million that has already had to be cut. Haringey was named by the Audit Commission as the worst council in London for children's services in 2009, and one of the fourth worst in the country; Ofsted put it among the bottom nine. Some of its eastern wards have also been named as being among the most deprived in the country, and further cuts will not help matters.","http://www.haringey.gov.uk//index/council/decision-making/leader_of_the_council/hot-topics.htm","","N","N22","","2010","12","01", "Camden tenant and leaseholder service charges","Camden Council is planning to increase tenant and leaseholder service charges in order to raise an extra £1.55m a year by 2013/14.","http://www.camden.gov.uk/ccm/content/council-and-democracy/publications-and-finances/twocolumn/Housing.en?page=4","","NW","","","2010","12","01", "Camden housing repairs","Camden Council is planning to cut the housing repairs it carries out through a number of measures: a) Ceasing to carry out non-essential communal repairs in council housing and on council estates. The council will monitor the risk that this raises of estates deteriorating over time, and the impact on tenant and leaseholder satisfaction; c) Ceasing to carry out decorating work within council housing after repairs have been completed. Instead, tenants will be given decorating packs or vouchers for decorating materials so they can complete their own decorating. Exceptions to this will be considered where a tenant cannot complete their own decorating work; d) Ceasing the non-statutory decorating scheme for older people; e) Reducing the number of internal repairs that are carried out by: * only undertaking repairs that are required by statute; * investigating requests for multiple or repeat repairs in one home to identify the root of the problem; and * introducing a repairs holiday following the completion of better homes work. These proposals are subject to external consultation by the council.","http://www.camdennewjournal.com/news/2010/nov/camden-councils-deepest-ever-cuts-how-they-will-affect-us-all","http://www.camden.gov.uk/ccm/content/council-and-democracy/publications-and-finances/twocolumn/Housing.en?page=5","NW","","","2010","12","01", "Camden Council district housing offices","Camden Council is planning to close its five district housing offices, as well as merging telephone and face to face contact for housing management services into its customer service contact centre. Council staff will use ‘touch down’ locations around Camden to continue to provide a local housing management service and to meet with more vulnerable service users. The plans are designed to save £1.25m a year by 2013/14, and are subject to consultation with service users including tenants in December 2010 and January 2011.","http://www.camden.gov.uk/ccm/content/council-and-democracy/publications-and-finances/twocolumn/Housing.en?page=7","","NW","","","2010","12","01", "local services","THOUSANDS of jobs will be lost on Tyneside as a result of Government cuts, a secret report has revealed. Experts at jobs agency One North East have released a damning dossier setting out how £2bn will be taken from the region by 2015. The cuts will see a predicted 50,000 people lose their jobs. Some 20,000 of these will come from private businesses, with the rest coming from councils, hospitals, police forces and Government offices. ","http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/north-east-news/evening-chronicle-news/2010/11/29/secret-report-shows-50-000-jobs-under-threat-72703-27735995/","http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/north-east-news/evening-chronicle-news/2010/11/29/secret-report-shows-50-000-jobs-under-threat-72703-27735995/","NE","ne27","","2010","12","01", "Waves Project Weymouth","A children's charity in Weymouth is facing the axe after council bosses said they were ending its £80,000 a year funding. They had been expecting a decrease in county council funding for 2010/11 but not such a knockout blow. The charity, which is the biggest provider of family and children’s services in Weymouth and Portland, employs four full-time and five part-time staff plus a team of volunteers. They work with an average of 80 families annually and estimate they will have worked with 700 children and young people, with a variety of problems including suicidal tendencies, for the year up to March 2011.","http://www.bournemouthecho.co.uk/archive/2010/11/30/Local+News+(de_local_news)/8709938.Weymouth_s_Waves_Project_facing_the_axe_as_funding_ends/","http://www.childrenssociety.org.uk/all_about_us/how_we_do_it/working_with_children_and_young_people/pro_waves/WAVES_3682.html","DT","DT4","8BJ","2010","12","01", "Camden adult care services","Camden Council is planning to cut funding for discretionary adult care services including some resource centres, luncheon clubs and small information advice and advocacy services. The council will focus its resources on providing services to meet statutory needs and those of carers. It will continue to provide some discretionary services such as high level preventative services but ensure that the best use is made of this capacity. The Council will signpost current discretionary services users who have no substantial and critical needs to more universal services to help them to access some support. Some voluntary organisations which provide these services will not be viable without the council’s funding. The council will help providers find alternative sources of funding. The proposals are subject to consultation.","http://www.camden.gov.uk/ccm/content/council-and-democracy/publications-and-finances/twocolumn/adult-social-care.en?page=5","","NW","","","2010","12","01", "Camden disability transport services","Camden Council is planning to implement a variety of cuts to transport services for adult care users and people with disabilities, including scrapping Freedom Passes for those with mental ill-health. Freedom Passes provide free public transport within Greater London. They are currently available to people with a 'severe, enduring and long term mental health disability' (as well as those with a variety of other needs and disabilities). Among the other cuts planned by the council: * introducing charges for discretionary services such as replacement Blue Badges and Freedom Passes * ensuring that only those service users with substantial mobility difficulties are transported in specialised buses * sharing some transport services with Islington * consulting on reducing Camden’s contribution to the London-wide Taxicard scheme, which provides subsidised door-to-door transport in taxis and private-hire vehicles for people with serious mobility or visual impairment","http://www.camden.gov.uk/ccm/content/council-and-democracy/publications-and-finances/twocolumn/adult-social-care.en?page=3","","NW","","","2010","12","01", "Thames Valley Police Service","More than 800 police officers and support staff are to be axed as government cuts force Thames Valley Police to rein in its spending. Plans are being drawn up to shed 297 police officers and 556 support roles across Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire over the next four years, saving about £47m. The force must cut its budget by 14 per cent following the Government’s Comprehensive Spending Review last month. Home Office figures show Thames Valley currently ranks 34th out of 43 forces nationwide for the number of officers per head of population.","","http://www.thisisoxfordshire.co.uk/news/8714355.Police_cuts_will_cost_800_posts/?ref=rss","OX","","","2010","12","02", "Oxfordshire youth services","Oxfordshire County Council is putting forward proposals for changes to services for young people ahead of having to make anticipated savings of £155m up to 2015 and is inviting local communities to come up with alternative provision as part of the Government's Big Society agenda. Many youth centres offering diverse services will close with others providing 'hubs' for a much wider area. Again, they are proposing that existing services will be replaced by volunteers on a 'pick and mix' basis: ""We are keen to hear from any communities who would wish to take on facilities that are proposed to have their council funding streams stopped in line with the Government's ambitions for a Big Society with people deciding for themselves what services they would like to support in their locality."" Cllr Keith Mitchell, Leader of Oxfordshire County Council. 26 November 2010.","http://www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/wps/portal/publicsite/!ut/p/c5/04_SB8K8xLLM9MSSzPy8xBz9CP0os3gzC-MgU09LYwMLA3dzA08DM2eXUD8vAwNjI6B8JJK8gZGZpYFRmJ9fkLm5q2GwhykB3eEg-_DrB8kb4ACOBvp-Hvm5qfoFuREGWSaOigBLnK4","","National","OX","","2010","12","02", "Dundee City Council","City Council budget cuts of £20million in 2011-12, £10million in 2012-13 and £10million in 2013-14","","","DD","DD1","","2010","12","02", "National Council for Voluntary Organisations","National Council for Voluntary Organisations is shedding around 30 jobs in a major restructure: Sir Stuart Etherington, NCVO chief executive, said ""I am very sorry that because of reductions in public funding that some posts will cease to exist.""","http://www.regen.net/news/ByDiscipline/Community-Renewal/1043920/NCVO-reduce-staff-third/","","National","","","2010","12","02", "Oxfordshire county libraries","Almost half of Oxfordshire County Libraries are to be cut in proposals put forward by conservative-run Oxfordshire County council. 20 of the the 43 libraries, often in rural locations, are to be cut, saving a measly 2m over 4 years. A one-off pot of money is being made available to voluntary community groups who may wish to come forward with proposals to run their local library. The detail of how infrastructure, the buildings, the stock, the systems ,will be dealt with under any volunteer scheme, has not been made clear. Any grant to volunteer groups would be one-off. ","","www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/libraries","OX","OX","","2010","12","02", "Magherafelt District Council staff","A total of 184 council workers, throughout each of the council's departments, received letters inviting applications for redundancy in late November 2010. The move came just 12 months after a number of workers at the Greenvale Leisure Centre in the town were forced to take redundancy. Mid-Ulster Trades Council spokesman, Harry Hutchinson, greeted the development with alarm. He said: ""All it's going to do is reduce employment in the area and leave the council inevitably over stretched. While they are acting within the law, we condemn any further reductions in employment. This is not the way forward at this particular time.""","http://magherafelt.northernconstitution.co.uk/articles/news/17818/184-redundancies-offered-by-council/","","BT","BT45 ","","2010","12","03", "Winter garden waste collections in Redcar & Cleveland","Redcar & Cleveland local authority will not collect garden waste for four months due to cuts.","","http://www.redcar-cleveland.gov.uk/pressrel.nsf/published/october_2010_change_to_green_waste_winter_collection","TS","","","2010","12","03", "Redcar & Cleveland Building Schools for the Future Cuts","Lawrence Jackson in Guisborough and others won't get new buildings under BSF.","","","TS","TS","","2010","12","03", "Planning Aid England","The government has decided to terminate funding for Planning Aid England when its current contract ends in March 2011. The entire full-time Planning Aid staff have been sent pre-redundancy consultation letters by the Department for Communities and Local Government. Planning Aid England provides free, independent and professional advice to individuals and community groups who cannot afford to pay professional fees. It gave more planning advice and organised more community planning activities than ever before, pushing the number of people it helped last year to the highest annual figure ever recorded for the service. PAE expanded the level of its activities across England and extended its service further by supporting the public to engage with the new national planning policy statements which were published late last year. More than 34,000 people attended community planning and training events organised by PAE. The service also exceeded its target of handling 4,750 casework inquires by almost three per cent.","http://www.rtpi.org.uk/item/4255/257/259/258","http://www.rtpi.org.uk/planningaid/","National","","","2010","12","04", "Warwickshire County Council staff and services","Warwickshire County Council is consulting on a series of cuts that would see the jobs of around 1,855 direct employees' jobs disappear . Excluding fire staff and teachers the council employs 15,000 staff and these cuts amount to 12.5 percent of these staff. The job losses are scheduled over the next three years. Amongst many others, the council’s package of job losses and cuts include: Reductions in residential care for the elderly, people with physical disabilities and people with learning disabilities; Reducing day services for the elderly and people with learning disabilities; Loss of 20% of jobs in Adult Social Care; Loss of the whole of the Youth Service and the Positive About Young People partnership; Reductions in services to schools and families and passing the cost of existing services on to schools; Removal of community transport and subsidised evening bus services; Reductions in the enforcement work of Trading Standards and the support that is given to vulnerable customers; Reductions in the funding for Children’s Centres, Early Years services and Connexions; Stopping the payment of nursery and childminding fees and reducing the funding for the education of looked after children; Further closures of libraries; Reductions in the maintenance of the county’s highways; 30% reduction in the budget for heritage and cultural services","","www.gmb.org.uk","CV","CV34","4SA","2010","12","06", "Somerset bus services","Somerset County Council is cutting its bus subsidies across the county. This could mean 50 percent of bus services ceasing. Those most likely to go will be unprofitable rural services. Somerset is a largely rural county and many people depend on the bus service to be able to get to the shops, particularly since many rural post offices have been forced to close. Update August 2014: In 2011 SCC produced a map showing the bus routes likely to close due to withdrawal of funding. Removal of these services would isolate over 60 communities across the County from the public transport network, in addition to those in the more rural areas (mainly West Somerset) which previously lacked public transport. No further updates to this map have been produced. Locally developed Community Transport schemes have reduced the impact to some extend, but they are patchily distributed and generally have a lesser scope than the services they replace.","http://www1.somerset.gov.uk/council/board3c2010 November 1 Item 4 (i) MTFP 2011-12 and Capital Investment Programme 2010-11 Appendix A.pdf","http://www1.somerset.gov.uk/","TA","TA","","2010","12","06", "Somerset County Council staff","1,500 jobs are to be cut by Somerset County Council over the next three years, with 700 to go before April 2011. These job cuts come on top of a recruitment freeze that has been in operation for the last 18 months. This cut is part of the county council's £73 million package of cuts. The jobs represents around one quarter of the council's non-school workforce.","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-somerset-11597481","http://www1.somerset.gov.uk/council/meetings/reports.asp?item=735","TA","TA","","2010","12","06", "Cumbria tourist board","Cumbria Tourism received a significant proportion of its funding from the Northwest Regional Development Agency. The Tory manifesto pledge to cut the RDAs is going ahead with redundancies already taking place. In summer 2010, Cumbria Tourism employed approx 46 staff. By March 2011, this will have reduced to 18 – a 60% reduction. Most of Cumbria Tourism’s funding was spent on promoting Cumbria’s tourism industry (PR help, IT training, subsidised print and web marketing etc). Similar cuts are expected across many of the regional tourist boards.","","","LA","","","2010","12","06", "libraries","Libraries are being ""offered to the community"" to run. So it's not the council's fault when they close!","","","GL","","","2010","12","06", "Gloucestershire County Council staff and services","1,000 jobs will go at the council - over 400 in the first wave. Libraries, youth centres, day centres and council services to go.","","","GL","GL","","2010","12","06", "Leicestershire Police","100 police staff will be made redundant from various areas within the force. The work they undertake is not diminishing and will therefore have to be covered by other police officers and police staff, therefore affecting frontline services. ","","","LE","le19","2bx","2010","12","07", "Connexions West","Over 55 posts at the Connexions West information service have been lost during 2010, nearly a third of all Connexions staff, including frontline Personal Advisers. Operating hours may also have to be cut back and the service may have to reduce the amount of face-to-face advice it gives young people as a result of government funding cuts. Connexions West provides information, advice and guidance services to young people aged 13-19 (up to 25 if they have learning difficulties or disabilities). Services are provided within schools and colleges, and to young people in the community (eg. youth centres, job centres etc). In particular, Personal Advisers provide targeted support to young people with learning difficulties or disabilities, young people at risk of dropping out of education, young people not in employment, education or training (NEET), or who are vulnerable for any other reason.","","http://www.thisisbristol.co.uk/news/Job-cuts-hit-support-staff-teenagers/article-2426858-detail/article.html","BS","","","2010","12","07", "Connexions Norfolk","Connexions Norfolk has already suffered 50% cuts (announced in July 2010) and significant change to practitioner roles.","","http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/group.php?gid=108686792515084","NR","NR","","2010","12","07", "Southwark Council staff","Southwark Council has threatened that it may need to make 1000 employees redundant over the next 3 years in order to save £80m+ demanded by the LibDemCon government, including £32m in the Adult Social Care budget and 25% cuts to the housing management service","","","SE","","","2010","12","07", "Essex Connexions","Essex County Council decided to scrap the Connexions advice service for teenagers in December 2010. The move will mean at least 160 people lose their jobs. The service will almost certainly be cut by the end of the school year. ","http://www.essexcountystandard.co.uk/archive/2010/12/16/ClactonandFrintonGazette_localnews+(ClactonandFrintonGazette_localnews)/8743606.Move_to_shut_youth_service_challenged/","","CM","CM1","","2010","12","23", "Angus Council cuts","500 jobs to go at Angus Council","","http://www.angus.gov.uk/new/Releases-Archive/2010/2010-12-03a.html","DD","DD8","","2010","12","07", "Education Support for Disability Students","In order to save money, Aberdeen City Council is proposing drastic cuts to education services for children across the city and those with Additional Support Needs (ASN). Specifically, they are proposing to cut Pupil Support Assistants (PSA's) by 50% or possibly even 100% in all primary and secondary schools, and raise class sizes in ASN bases from 7 to 10 pupils. These PSAs are already overworked and provide essential care and educational roles for students with disabilities across the city of Aberdeen. If this cut passes it will have enormous effects on the quality of education and care provided for children with ASN. The last time they cut PSA's was in February 2009, and they promised an impact analysis of that action but have consistently refused to release it to the public. This is a recently breaking story for NorthEast Scotland, and will be voted on next week. Please lend support now.","http://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/Article.aspx/2042221?UserKey=","http://www.gopetition.com/petition/41203.html","AB","AB24","","2010","12","08", "Council Services","500 FTE jobs to go at Dorset County Council","","http://www.wessexfm.com/news/review.php?article=326615","DT","DT1","1XJ","2010","12","08", "Dorset County Council staff pay","500 FTE jobs to go at Dorset County Council","http://dorsetsos.blogspot.com/2010/12/500-jobs-to-go-at-dorset-county-council.html","http://www.wessexfm.com/news/review.php?article=326615","DT","DT1","1XJ","2010","12","08", "Dorset Fire Service","Budget cuts to Fire & rescue Service of 25%","http://www.dorsetecho.co.uk/news/8723197.Dorset_firefighter_cuts__will_cost_lives_/?ref=mc","","DT","DT1","1XJ","2010","12","09", "Salford City Council staff","Salford City Council is set to shed hundreds of jobs under plans to save £39m over three years. Town hall bosses say they will try to avoid compulsory redundancies and instead leave vacancies unfilled. But the size of the cuts means compulsory redundancies cannot be ruled out. A council source said: “It is correct we are planning to save £13m annually for the next three years. All departments are under scrutiny but the final details have yet to be decided.” Cuts in the number of staff working for the Local Education Authority and social services are likely. The city’s controversial and loss-making Christmas ice rink may not survive the cuts. Council leader John Merry said: “We are preparing to deal with the expected cuts in public spending and can’t promise that it will not have an impact on the services we provide the people of Salford.","http://news.bbc.co.uk/local/manchester/hi/people_and_places/newsid_8538000/8538989.stm","http://menmedia.co.uk/manchestereveningnews/news/s/1279742_hundreds_of_council_jobs_to_go_in_39m_cuts","M","M27","5AW","2010","12","09", "Defence Estates","60% reduction in staffing","","","National","","","2010","12","12", "Cornwall council staff","2,000 jobs are going at Cornwall Council.","","http://www.thisiscornwall.co.uk/news/Council-cuts-hit-poor-hardest/article-2796918-detail/article.html","TR","","","2010","12","13", "Rushcliffe day centre charges","Day centre charges in Rushcliffe (South Nottingham) are rising from around £7 to £20 a day.","","","NG","NG2","","2010","12","13", "Royal College of Art","The RCA is distinctive as the only solely postgraduate art and design institution in the world. The College is widely viewed as a crucible of the creative industries. Courses are taught by internationally renowned artists, practitioners and theorists, and students have a unique opportunity to study art in a design environment, and design in an art environment. Its concentrated, customised forms of teaching and learning – and dedicated technical facilities and research centres – contribute to an exceptional creative and intellectual environment. Alumni include Sir Ridley Scott, Henry Moore, David Hockney, Tracey Emin, Chris Ofili, Sir James Dyson, Christopher Bailey, David Adaje to name but a few. ","","www.rca.ac.uk","National","SW7","2EU","2010","12","14", "Framework homelessness charity","Framework, Nottinghamshire’s leading homelessness charity, is warning that the level of budget cuts proposed by Nottinghamshire County Council - believed to be among the highest in the UK - will end vital services for homeless and vulnerable people in the county. Nottinghamshire County Council has announced it is considering cutting up to £15m (67%) over four years from its Supporting People budget, a national housing-related support programme for vulnerable people. Andrew Redfern, Chief Executive of Framework, said: “The county council is proposing to cut its Supporting People funding by between 43% and 67%. This contrasts starkly with the government’s provision for Supporting People in the Comprehensive Spending Review – a 12% reduction after inflation in the same period. “It is a move that could see the end of services for homeless and vulnerable people in the county, thousands of vulnerable people without the support they desperately need and hundreds of jobs lost in voluntary organisations.” The Supporting People programme was a government initiative set up in 2003. It is administered locally by city and county councils to provide housing-related support to older people, people with learning or physical disabilities, homeless people, care leavers and people with mental health and substance-related problems. Andrew Redfern added: “In making its cuts Nottinghamshire County Council is proposing to concentrate what is left to meet its statutory obligations, leaving little to support homeless and vulnerable people. “These cuts will create an additional burden for districts and boroughs who have the statutory responsibilities for homelessness, and there will be other unintended consequences: an additional burden will fall on GPs, A&E departments, the police, the criminal justice system and the probation service. Independent research by Capgemini has shown that every pound invested in the Supporting People programme saves £2.50 elsewhere. “Nottinghamshire County Council says the Supporting People budget is a discretionary programme and not statutory, but this misses the point. The Supporting People programme was meant to be a partnership between the statutory and voluntary sectors working preventatively. These services are not just ‘nice to have’ they have proved to be a lifeline for vulnerable people. “The effectiveness of Supporting People is beyond doubt. There has been an average reduction of 71% in homelessness presentations to local authorities across Nottinghamshire over the last five years. “Framework, like many agencies delivering support in Nottinghamshire, has already had a 15% cut in the Supporting People budget; if funding is cut between 43% and 67% then services will close – it is as simple as that. It is not safe to run services for people with a range of complex needs without trained staff. “The county council’s proposals threaten people who are already homeless or need help with drug or alcohol addiction or mental health problems. People needing support include victims of family breakdown or domestic violence, ex-forces personnel who have served Queen and country and people serving non-custodial sentences who would otherwise be in prison. “The cuts also threaten a new and growing population – including many home owners and professional people – who need support for the first time in their lives: discovering that homelessness could happen to anyone, households are looking for support in addressing the consequences of the financial crisis, mortgage and credit card debt and redundancy,“ said Andrew Redfern. The Isle of Wight Council has already implemented similarly draconian cuts in its Supporting People budget. A Risk Impact Assessment commissioned by the Isle of Wight LINk shows that the adverse consequences for people and communities are now becoming apparent: • evidence of increased homelessness, offending, self harm, substance misuse, increased health issue and financial problems • more tenancies at risk • anti-social behaviour has increased • the lack of support has deterred landlords from providing accommodation • accommodation placements are breaking down more quickly • the issues of those in need are becoming more difficult, long term and expensive to address. Andrew Redfern added: “Nottinghamshire can expect the same consequences for individuals and communities: recent and substantial improvements in rough sleeping, homelessness, hospital admissions, ill health, poverty and anti-social behaviour, criminality and community safety will be thrown into reverse. “We intend to make best use of the county council’s consultation period and have called on our staff, volunteers, supporters, service users, statutory partners, other voluntary organisations and the general public to join us in challenging these devastating cuts,” he added. ","","http://www.frameworkha.org/news.php?type=&id=31","NG","NG","","2010","12","14", "Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS staff","Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust is planning to reduce temporary staffing levels by the equivalent of 375 full-time posts during 2010/11. The Trust has also issued 55 ‘termination of employment’ notices in a strategy to force the retirement of its over-65-year-old workforce. The Trust provides a range of acute and community services from three acute hospital sites in Amersham, Stoke Mandeville and Wycombe, five community hospitals at Thame, Marlow, Buckingham, Chalfonts and Gerrards Cross and Waterside, and a number of community sites across the county.","http://frontlinefirst.rcn.org.uk/sites/frontlinefirst/index.php/news/entry/buckinghamshire-hospital-nhs-trust/","http://frontlinefirst.rcn.org.uk/sites/frontlinefirst/index.php/news/entry/buckinghamshire-hospital-nhs-trust1/","HP","","","2010","12","16", "Royal Berkshire NHS staff","Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust plans to reduce headcount by up to 600 staff between 2010 and 2013. The Trust expects to cut 200 posts during 2010/11, with a further 300-400 posts going over the following two years. The Trust provides acute hospital services to the people of West Berkshire and specialist services to a wider population. The Trust provides services from the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading, West Berkshire Community Hospital near Newbury, and the Prince Charles Eye Unit in Windsor.","http://frontlinefirst.rcn.org.uk/sites/frontlinefirst/index.php/news/entry/royal-berkshire-nhs-foundation-trust/","","RG","","","2010","12","16", "University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay staff","University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust plans to cut staffing levels by the equivalent of 705 full-time posts between 2010 and 2015 - a 16.25 percent cut in total staffing levels. Around 60 percent of the reduction will fall in clinical posts. The Trust provides services from five hospitals - Furness General Hospital, Royal Lancaster Infirmary, Westmorland General Hospital, Queen Victoria Hospital, and Ulverston Community Health Centre.","","","LA","","","2010","12","16", "Ashford and St Peter's Hospitals staff","Ashford and St Peter's Hospitals NHS Trust plans to cut staffing levels by the equivalent of 308 full-time posts between 2010 and 2015 - a 9.4 percent cut in total staffing. The Trust plans to achieve the majority of the reduction through natural turnover, with redundancy used as a last resort. The cuts break down as follows: Consultant - 5 FTE (full-time equivalent) Junior medical - 15.3 FTE Nursing, midwifery and health visitors - 36.4 FTE Scientific, therapeutic and technical - 54.6 FTE Non-clinical - 196.6 FTE The Trust runs services from two hospitals - Ashford Hospital in Middlesex, and St Peter's Hospital in Chertsey, Surrey.","","","TW","TW15","","2010","12","16", "Dorset County Hospital staff","Dorset County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust plans to cut staffing by the equivalent of 230 full-time posts between 2010 and 2012. The reduction will primarily fall in non-clinical areas, and will be achieved mainly through natural turnover, although some non-clinical compulsory redundancies may be necessary. The Trust is based at Dorset County Hospital in Dorchester, and is the main provider of acute hospital services to a population of around 210,000 living within Weymouth and Portland, West Dorset, North Dorset and Purbeck. The Trust also provides renal services for patients throughout Dorset and South Somerset.","","","DT","DT1","2JY","2010","12","16", "Heart of England NHS staff","Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust expects to reduce staffing levels by the equivalent of around 1,600 full-time posts between 2010 and 2014 - around 20 percent of total staff. The Trust expects the cuts to be achieved mainly through natural turnover and in non-clinical areas. A few clinical areas will be protected - numbers of qualified speech and language therapists, qualified midwives, and nurses in neonatal units will be maintained, while the number of diagnostic radiographers will increase by the equivalent of 17 full-time posts during the four-year timescale. The Trust runs four hospitals in and around Birmingham - Good Hope Hospital, Heartlands Hospital, Solihull Hospital and Birmingham Chest Clinic.","","","B","","","2010","12","16", "Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals staff","Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust is currently assuming it will make 100 redundancies over four years under the Health for North East London plans. These do not yet represent authorised plans. The Trust operates across two main sites - Queen's Hospital in Romford, and King George Hospital in Goodmayes - as well as providing services at smaller locations in Barking, Brentwood, Dagenham and Romford. Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.","","","IG","","","2010","12","16", "Queen Elizabeth Hospital staff","The Queen Elizabeth Hospital King's Lynn NHS Trust plans to reduce staffing by the equivalent of 224 full-time posts between 2010 and 2015 - around 10 percent of total staffing. Of the reduction, 18 clinical posts will go, with 206 going in non-clinical areas. The Trust runs a 514-bed general hospital providing services to West Norfolk and parts of Breckland, North East Cambridgeshire and South Lincolnshire. The main hospital complex is on the outskirts of King’s Lynn, although some specialist services or clinics are provided at outlying facilities such as the North Cambridgeshire Hospital in Wisbech, and Swaffham Community Hospital.","","","PE","PE30","4ET","2010","12","16", "Hampshire police","Hampshire Constabulary plans to axe 1,400 posts - 20 percent of its workforce - including police officers. The force is reducing its budget by £70m (25 percent) between 2011 and 2015. The job losses will see redundancies, positions left unfilled, redeployments and voluntary redundancies. The force, which employs about 6,700 staff, also plans to share and sell buildings and increase collaboration with other forces, especially Thames Valley. It has already approved plans to scrap its spotter plane and instead share two helicopters with the Sussex and Surrey forces. Plans for a new headquarters were put on hold amid the government cuts. The plan would see the force restructured with locally-based PCSOs, police officers, special constables and police staff working to a local policing area based around council boundaries.","http://hampshirelrc.wordpress.com/events/","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-hampshire-11257250","SO","","","2010","12","17", "Birmingham arts funding","Birmingham City Council has cut funding for arts organisations by 17 percent for 2011/12. All major arts groups will receive significantly less money, and eleven smaller organisations will be cut off altogether. Cabinet approved grants totalling £7.8m, which is a reduction of 17 percent from the 2010/2011 spending level of £9.4m. The cuts are not across the board and vary for each organisation: * Performances Birmingham (runs two major arts venues: Symphony Hall and Town Hall) - 23% funding cut in 2011/12 * City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra - 9% * Birmingham Royal Ballet - 18% * Birmingham Repertory Theatre - 18% * The Drum (national centre for Black British arts and culture, with a varied programme of events) - 9% * Birmingham Opera Company - 15% * Ikon (art gallery) - 15% * DanceXchange (dance house) - 15% * Ex Cathedra (Birmingham-based choir and Early Music ensemble) - 15% * Sampad (development agency for South Asian arts) - 9% Eleven smaller arts organisations have had their funding eliminated, although they will receive transitional funding in 2011/12 equivalent to half their respective 2010/11 funding: * Birmingham Contemporary Music Group (contemporary music ensemble based at the CBSO Centre in Birmingham) * Craftspace (crafts development organisation that runs a programme of touring exhibitions, research and participatory projects) * Birmingham Jazz (development agency that presents contemporary jazz in Birmingham) * Big Brum (theatre-in-education company that runs classes and programmes in Birmingham schools) * Women & Theatre (theatre company) * Sound it Out (social development agency that connects musicians with people who have little opportunity to make music) * ACE Dance (contemporary dance company with African-Caribbean influences) * Tindal Street Press (independent publisher of regional literary fiction) * Stan’s Cafe (theatre company) * Fierce (contemporary art festival) * Royal Birmingham Society of Artists (artist-led charity that supports artists and runs exhibitions, workshops and demonstrations)","birminghambudgetcuts.blogspot.com/2010/12/birmingham-arts-groups-cut-by-17.html","spreadsheets.google.com/pub?key=0Ajps58A1UHkVdHhTVGVldjBQaW44SlQzZ0QtWUIzSnc&hl=en_GB&single=true&gid=0&output=html","B","","","2010","12","17", "Erdington Connexions","Connexions, the service for young people aged 13-19 (or 25 for those with learning difficulties or disabilities), closed its office in Erdington on 26th November 2010. Staff from the Erdington office, which was open for 20 years, have moved to other Connexions premises and there is an attempt to maintain a local presence following concerns the young people may find difficulty reaching Broad Street, where the nearest office is based.","http://birminghambudgetcuts.blogspot.com/2010/11/erdington-connexions-to-close-tomorrow.html","","B","B23","6SR","2010","12","17", "Sandwell Anxiety Management Course","Anxiety Management course previously provided by local college and much referred to by mental health teams now discontinued according to letter from psychiatrist - actual words: 'This patient would benefit from an anxiety management programme but they have been scrapped due to cutbacks'.","","","B","B70","","2010","12","17", "Dorset County Council - Space cuts","Dorset County Council Squeezing staff in to ever smaller space","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","National","DT1","1xj","2010","12","17", "Dorset adoption and children in care","Dorset County Council is planning the following cuts to services relating to adoption and children in care: • reducing the service to adopted adults seeking contact with birth relatives, and requests for assessment for step-parent adoption; • continuing the policy of reduced levels of loyalty payments for foster carers; • reducing the range of support services provided to families with children experiencing difficulties and making efficiencies in the management structure that supports this service; • reducing administration and coordination of meetings that support the Safeguarding Children Board and Family Group Conferences The council says these cuts will allow it protect a priority focus on child protection, children in care and children on the edge of care (with the associated statutory processes).","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","DT","","","2010","12","17", "Dorset integrated children's services","Dorset County Council's teams of Youth Service, Education Social Work and Attendance Service, Early Years and Childcare (including Children’s Centres) and Extended Schools / Services staff work together on early intervention and prevention. The council believes that frontline, universal provision (e.g. youth centres/children’s centres) can be protected through a focus on savings in: • middle and senior manager posts in individual services • reducing support and advice to students on access to Further Education • reducing expenditure on the coordination of after-school, holiday, homework and breakfast clubs (schools will continue to have earmarked funds to run these services, but the coalition government has encouraged local authorities to cease any involvement in this)","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","DT","","","2010","12","17", "Dorset children's inclusion services","Dorset County Council provides three statutory services (Special Educational Needs; Educational Psychology Service; Youth Offending Team) and a range of other services (statutory and non-statutory) working to improve the attainment and inclusion of vulnerable groups of children through the provision of specialist support and advice. In addition to savings already identified, the council plans further savings by re-focusing staff on legal responsibilities with respect to safeguarding and disabilities, and transferring other roles to the Dedicated Schools Grant (in line with funding for other specialist inclusion support to schools).","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","DT","","","2010","12","17", "Dorset school improvement service","Dorset County Council is planning to make cuts to its school improvement service. There is the potential to increase earned income in this area as funding for school improvement is moved to schools for them to buy services. Exploratory discussions with potential partners are in hand to enhance the provision and share the risk but a substantial traded service is not likely to emerge until 2012-13. Thus, for 2011/12 savings opportunities are limited to: • Reducing support to curriculum coordination. • Reducing the amount of money available to pay for consultants to help improve the standards of schools; • Cutting the budget that has paid for premature retirement costs of teachers, which will in future need to be found from the Dedicated Schools Grant Dorset County Council has already required Outdoor Education, the Music Service and the Dorset Centre for Educational Technology to become self-financing.","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","DT","","","2010","12","17", "Dorset children's services - planning, commissioning and performance","Dorset County Council's strategic planning, commissioning and performance teams establish the need for children’s services, appropriate planning to address those needs, procurement of services to meet the plans and, thereafter, thorough and appropriate monitoring to ensure outcomes are achieved. Recognising the expected changes in central government data and performance requirements the service has already been reduced in this area. Further savings for 2011/12 are possible through: • reducing support to voluntary sector groups • reshaping the provision of careers advice and support to 16-19 years to find employment or training (subject to continuing Connexions grant from central government).","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","DT","","","2010","12","17", "Dorset disability voluntary sector","Dorset County Council is planning to reduce grants to some community groups that provide services to adults with learning difficulties and disabilities, including the Learning Disability Development Fund and Mental Capacity Act Fund. The council will also reduce support to carers through the reduction of one caseworker post. ","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","DT","","","2010","12","17", "Dorset County Council - Adult Services","Supporting People This budget finances home/night care and supported housing for vulnerable adults. Most expenditure is done in partnership with the Probation Service, District & Borough Councils and other partners. The extent to which additional savings can be found within commissioned contracts will depend on a negotiation with those other partners, so there is little scope to find savings in this area for next financial year. But some reductions are proposed in the administration that supports the Partnership Board ","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","DT","DT1","1XJ","2010","12","17", "Dorset County Council adult service support","Dorset County Council adult service support provides a range of support services to managers and service users. It is likely that about 20 posts will be deleted and there will be some redundancies as a result. As a consequence there will be less support provided and work will be turned around less quickly - for example, financial assessments and benefits for service users. The training budget will also be cut.","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","DT","","","2010","12","17", "Dorset disability support","Dorset County Council has identified support for adults with physical, mental and learning disabilities as the area where there is the greatest scope for savings in 2011/12, recognising that this will have an impact on frontline services. The following savings proposals have been put forward, albeit with the aim to scope the possibility of extra contributions from the PCT to minimise the potential impact: • reducing the level of provision for simple aids for daily living to support people in their homes; • rationalising the management structure that supports the learning disability day services, and withdrawing the subsidy for transport and hot meals to the centres; • physical disabilities - there will be a reorganisation of provided services to reflect the impact of personal budgets and external contract reviews; • mental health - subject to PCT agreement, rationalisation of services with a single provider, reducing management and overheads; • addictions saving - subject to PCT agreement, rationalisation of services with a single provider reducing management and overheads ","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","DT","","","2010","12","17", "Dorset adult care day centres","Dorset County Council is proposing the following savings related to its adult care day centres for 2011/12: • withdrawing the subsidy for transport for those attending day centres for older people; • reducing the number of day centres (including all service user groups)","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","DT","","","2010","12","17", "Dorset museums and libraries","Dorset County Council is proposing the following cuts to its cultural services budget in 2011/12: • reducing the number of staff supporting museums, arts and sports grants, and in the Dorset History Centre; • reducing grants to museums; • reducing the opening hours of the Dorset History Centre; • on the basis that maintaining a branch network of 34 libraries is no longer affordable, there is a proposal to retain a core council-run service based on accessibility criteria while maintaining a good geographical spread. The council can explore the possibility of transferring up to half of the current libraries stock to communities to run, this proposal requires more detailed work In addition, plans are already underway to ensure the adult learning and school libraries services will be at least cost-neutral, if not income generating.","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","DT","","","2010","12","17", "Dorset County Council regulatory services","Dorset County Council is proposing the following cuts to its regulatory services in 2010/11: • reducing activity with partners to support drug action and community safety initiatives; • reducing slightly the level of staff support to emergency planning activity, whilst providing service required in advance of the Olympics. Savings proposals assume continued levels of funding from district and borough councils for shared resilience; • closing two of the twelve registrars offices. Looking at opportunities to replace the current Weymouth ceremony room when it closes in April 2011; • reducing the number of trading standards officers, with a potential impact on time taken to undertake food and product safety testing, investigations into criminal matters and work to tackle rogue traders.","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","DT","","","2010","12","17", "Dorset highway maintenance and transportation","Dorset County Council is proposing the following savings to its highways and transportation service in 2011/12: • transferring responsibility for amenity planting and grass cutting to district/borough councils as in other 2 tier authorities (subject to legal advice); • reducing routine maintenance on parts of the road network that are least used (e.g. cul de sacs, back lanes and duplicate routes); • moving to part-night street light burning in urban and rural residential areas (may prove difficult to make saving within 2011/12); • transferring responsibility for school crossing patrols in areas of low risk to community/school volunteers in line with practice elsewhere; • road safety - focusing expenditure on the 'No Excuse' campaign and reducing Dorset Road Safe Partnership funding in line with government cuts of 28 percent; • ceasing advertisements of temporary traffic regulation orders in the paper; • reducing the number of staff working on operations, strategy, business support, communications and dealing with enquiries and complaints","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","DT","DT1","1XJ","2010","12","17", "Dorset County Council planning services","Dorset County Council is proposing the following cuts to its planning service in 2011/12: • ending staff support to tourism (albeit with the continued contractual obligation to the Destination Dorset website); • restructure and reduce the planning and transport groups; • reducing capacity to support and match-fund economic development projects; • discontinuing membership of the Assembly of European Regions; • reducing grants provided to support delivery of the World Heritage Site and Area of Outstanding National Beauty management plans; • reducing capacity to influence some national research streams and publish Research & Information data and advice; • stopping support to district and borough councils on affordable housing issues The council's planning service incorporates economic development, environment, Olympics, research and information, statutory planning and transport planning.","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","DT","","","2010","12","17", "Dorset property repair and maintenance","Dorset County Council's property management division supports the delivery of the council's capital programme, manages and delivers the repair and maintenance programme, and provides advice on property assets to the whole authority. The council is currently working to reduce its property portfolio in order to address its £41m maintenance backlog and £2m annual shortfall in repairs and maintenance funding. If the capital programme is reduced as anticipated, this ought to lead to reduced workloads for the property management division in time. Savings proposals therefore include: • reducing the number of staff, at both management and maintenance levels (to be managed predominantly through existing vacancies/future planned retirements) • losing expertise for rating, to use external consultants when required (mainly needed on a 5 yearly cycle) • reducing the capacity to respond as quickly to corporate property priorities; • increasing the potential for earned income, including income from county farms","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","DT","","","2010","12","17", "Dorset countryside support","Dorset County Council will conduct a review of the nature and extent of future council support to countryside development. For 2011/12, proposed savings opportunities are: • generating further income from the countryside service asset; • making greater use of volunteers for maintaining rights of way; • reducing support services; • reducing the maintenance budget for improvements carried out by external contractors","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","DT","","","2010","12","17", "Dorset County Council corporate resources","Dorset County Council plans to make the following cuts to its corporate resources team: • restructuring of the Communications & Customer Service Unit with reductions of posts • further restructuring within Financial Services and reducing the level of work commissioned from the South West Audit Partnership • reducing consultancy expenditure allocated to support delivery of the Meeting Future Challenges programme • restructuring Legal Services • seeking to increase income generated by our contact centre, Dorset Direct (the first point of customer contact for many services in the County Council), and reducing the opening hours to 8.30am to 5.30pm • further reducing staff and purchasing budgets in ICT and HR (to a minimum core) in addition to reductions already proposed","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","DT","","","2010","12","17", "Dorset County Council chief executive's department","Dorset County Council plans to make the following cuts to its chief executive's department: (i) reducing the number of staff that work to support community planning, policy and performance management; (ii) reducing expenditure on the Staff Survey, Your Dorset and Citizens Panels and consultancies","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","DT","","","2010","12","17", "Dorset County Council staff pay","Dorset County Council aims to save around £6.1m across all directorates through changes to staff pay and conditions including: • the impact of a pay freeze in 2010-11 and 2011-12 (£3.6m); • changes to pay, terms and conditions of staff with effect from 2012-13; • reduction in the multiplier applied to actual pay due on redundancy from 2.5 to 1.75 from 1 April 2011 with potential further reductions being explored.","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","http://www1.dorsetforyou.com/COUNCIL/commis2009.nsf/4181A3CB283FAC95802577F300321B0E/$file/Microsoft Word - Dec10 Addressing the budget deficit.pdf","DT","DT1","1XJ","2010","12","17", "Dorset Police job cuts","Dorset Police are cutting 12 police officers and 17 support staff.","http://www.bournemouthecho.co.uk/news/5000384.Dorset_Police_budget_proposes_job_cuts_and_raft_of_savings/","","DT","","","2010","12","17", "North Somerset Council staff","North Somerset Council will cut 130 full time jobs in 2011/12. This figure may rise as the council's financial settlement from central government has been worse than expected. Some of the job losses involve the transfer of jobs in Cultural and Leisure services to the private sector, other job losses will be in Home Care, Libraries, School Improvement, Environmental Health, Trading Standards and Building Control. There will also be cuts to funding of care packages for elderly and disabled people, including day care and residential care.","","http://northsomersetunison.blogspot.com","BS","BS23 ","","2010","12","18", "Nottingham children's services","Nottingham City Children's Services have decided to close down both City Learning Centres in the city - the South eLearning Centre and the North eLearning Centre - on March 31st 2011. The services provided (all for free) by the centres to all primary and secondary schools in the city will disappear. Pupils and teachers in the city benefit from the centres' expertise in teaching (and training teachers in) the use of new technologies. The centres are highly valued by the people they serve. The facilities at both centres are enjoyed by upwards of 5,000 pupils and 1,000 adults each year - who will now have to pay for their training out of their schools' budgets. The 12 centre staff will be made redundant. In addition, there are over 100 City Learning Centres across England that face the same fate. All are based in inner city areas and areas of deprivation, serving schools that desperately need high-quality computer-based education. It is estimated that 1,000 staff will lose their jobs nationwide. The closure of the funding body Becta by the government has led to the removal of funding for City Learning Centres.","","","NG","","","2010","12","20", "Nottinghamshire Fire & Rescue","The service faces a £5m cut equalling 12 percent of its budget over two years. This will mea the closure of three fire stations, with three fire engines removed from service and three more fire engines from other stations to be axed. 60 officers and 50 support staff will lose their jobs, as well as the approx 100 firefighter jobs from the six lost fire engines.","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-nottinghamshire-11995248","www.savecarltonretained.co.uk","NG","","","2010","12","20", "Booktrust schemes","Booktrust is to lose all government funding for its bookgifting programmes in England from 1st April next year. The book charity's bookgifting programmes, Bookstart, Booktime and Booked Up, received £13m from the Department for Education last year. This sum was used to generate a further £56m-worth of sponsorship from publishing partners and corporate sponsors. Booktrust chief executive Viv Bird said: ""We are immensely surprised and disappointed by this decision and know that families, teachers, librarians, health visitors, our publishing partners and many others up and down the country will be sharing these feelings."" She added: ""We passionately believe in these programmes and the proven extraordinary transformative power of reading for pleasure. We will be consulting with our partners and exploring alternative funding opportunities to do our utmost to make sure that every child continues to be given the opportunity to develop a lifelong love of books."" Bookstart is a national programme that gives a free pack of books to babies, and guidance materials to parents and carers. Booktime promotes reading aloud with children, and Booked Up aims to give a free book to every child starting secondary school in England.","www.thebookseller.com/news/139952-booktrust-to-lose-funding-for-all-bookgifting.html","","National","","","2010","12","21", "Wandsworth Libraries","Wandsworth Council have launched a formal public consultation on reducing opening hours at 10 Wandsworth libraries and closing York Gardens library in Battersea. A series of meetings are being held at 11 of the borough's libraries so that members of the public can have their questions on the consultation answered. The council have stated that they “want to hear if people have alternative suggestions. There may be many other ideas out there that can help us achieve the savings we need and we would welcome people coming up with other solutions.” The consultation will run until Sunday, February 6th 2011. ","http://www.wandsworth.gov.uk/news/article/10188/libraries_consultation_begins","","SW","SW18","","2010","12","21", "Coast Guard","Weymouth Control Centre to close!","http://www.dorsetecho.co.uk/news/8744553.Dorset_cuts___Coastguard__Weymouth_centre_to_close/?ref=mc","http://www.dorsetecho.co.uk/news/8744553.Dorset_cuts___Coastguard__Weymouth_centre_to_close/?ref=mc","DT","DT1","","2010","12","22", "The Grange Day Centre","The Grange Day Centre is the only provision specifically for adults with physical disabilities in Shropshire. It is being closed after 25 years and the service users and their families are devastated. The closure was announced before the consultation had been completed. Shropshire council have agreed the following savings to adult social care: outsourcing the sensory impairment service (£80,000), disposing of the multi-sensory vehicle (£40,000), reducing mental health day centre provision (£245,000), restructuring administrative support (£248,000), restructuring assessment and care management (£450,000) and introducing day centre charges (£100,000).","http://www.shropshirestar.com/news/2010/12/28/campaigners-fight-over-social-care-cuts/#ixzz1A4DYFy00","http://www.petitiononline.co.uk/petition/save-the-grange-day-centre/588","SY","SY1","3TQ","2010","12","24", "Watford bus services","Cuts are being made to bus routes in south-west Hertfordshire, including the number 8 Watford to Mount Vernon route which will see an early evening reduction affecting 1,200 journeys. The Sunday service for the number 2 Watford to South Oxhey bus will be withdrawn (5,500 journeys), along with the evening service for the W1 Abbots Langley to South Oxhey route (11,700 journeys). The 501 Watford to Tring route will have its evening service reduced from hourly to every two hours (10,300 journeys), and the R9 Chipperfield to Asda Watford will be reduced from six days to three (5,200 journeys).","http://www.watfordobserver.co.uk/news/8716867.Bus_service_cuts_to_save___1_4m/","","WD","","","2010","12","24", "Thrive Homes sheltered housing","Hertfordshire County Council has cut its grant to Thrive Homes, which owns and runs eight sheltered housing schemes for the elderly in Watford, Rickmansworth, Abbots Langley and South Oxhey, by 56 percent, leaving the housing association trying to work out how it can provide the same level of service to its elderly residents with significantly less money. A large portion of Thrive Homes' budget for providing services to these sheltered housing residents - such as dedicated service managers and daily contact - comes from Hertfordshire County Council under the Supporting People Grant.","","http://www.watfordobserver.co.uk/news/8739207.Council_cuts_hit_eight_sheltered_housing_schemes/","WD","","","2010","12","24", "Borehamwood bus services","More than 50,000 passenger journeys are expected to be lost as Hertfordshire County Council cuts bus services in Borehamwood. According to county documents, the 656 bus route which operates between St Albans and Borehamwood will be withdrawn from evenings and Sundays, affecting 7,700 journeys. The 398 service which links Potters Bar and Borehamwood has been marked for, as yet unconfirmed changes which will lose 23,500 journeys. And the B1/2 and W7/9 routes currently serving the town centre and as a route to Watford, will be joined, with the frequency of journeys in the south of Borehamwood halved – creating an anticipated passenger loss of 20,000.","","http://www.watfordobserver.co.uk/sport/watfordfc/stadiums/archive/2010/12/01/News+(news)/8712978.More_than_50_000_bus_journeys_affected_by_county_council_cuts/","WD","WD6","","2010","12","24", "Wiggenhall Road Household Waste and Recycling Centre","Hertfordshire County Council's cabinet voted to shut the Wiggenhall Road Household Waste and Recycling Centre in November 2010. It is likely to close in February 2011 and the move will save £100,000 a year until 2013, and £150,000 a year thereafter. Despite strong protests from residents and local councillors, their arguments to save the site fell on deaf ears as the county council sought to reduce its annual budget by more than £150 million by 2014.","","http://www.watfordobserver.co.uk/news/8709029.Waste_depot_will_close__county_council_confirms/","WD","WD18","0FB","2010","12","24", "Rolling Base after-school club","The Rolling Base after school club closed in December 2010 after its funding was cut by Hertfordshire County Council. The Rolling Base provided educational and fun activities for children between the ages of nine and 13, with activities including arts and crafts, mixing music, creating videos and sport. The service started in February 2010 at schools across Hertsmere, including Little Reddings in Bushey.","","http://www.watfordobserver.co.uk/news/8743417.Condemned_after_school_club_holds_Christmas_party/","WD","WD23","","2010","12","24", "Bushey Police Station","Bushey Police Station looks set to close as part of government spending cuts. High running costs at the station, built in 1884, mean the local policing team is likely to be moved as Hertfordshire Constabulary looks to slash £36 million from its budget over four years.","","http://www.watfordobserver.co.uk/news/8727229.Police_station_likely_to_close__sergeant_reveals/","WD","WD23","1AF","2010","12","24", "Police station closure","PLANS have finally been submitted for the redevelopment of Welwyn Garden City police station. The station based in The Campus is to be moved to the town centre with its existing building being developed into a care home for the elderly. The capital receipt will be recycled into policing in the area and to reduce the financial impact of budget cuts imposed on the Police Authority as a result of the comprehensive spending review.","","http://www.watfordobserver.co.uk/sport/watfordfc/stadiums/archive/2010/12/09/News+(news)/8729018.Elderly_care_home_plans_for_Welwyn_Garden_City_police_station/","AL","AL8","","2010","12","24", "Aldenham Country Park","Hertfordshire County Council is shutting down its facilities at Aldenham Country Park. As well as the decision to terminate its activities within the park, the panel decided not to renew the council's lease of the on-site reservoir, due to expire in 2015.","","http://www.watfordobserver.co.uk/news/8671938.Aldenham_Country_Park_faces_closure_as_council_wields_spending_axe/","WD","WD6","3AT","2010","12","24", "Birmingham Council staff","Birmingham City Council anticipates the loss of 7,116 full-time non-school jobs between 2011 and 2015 - a 37 percent reduction in the council workforce. When part-time jobs are factored in, total job losses rise to 10,000. 3,700 full-time jobs will be shed through voluntary and compulsory redundancy and early retirement. 2,937 jobs will be “transferred out” to mutuals or cooperatives. 475 jobs will be cut through natural turnover. The job cuts are part of plans by the council to save £300m from the city budget by 2015. The plans are currently out to consultation.","http://birminghambudgetcuts.blogspot.com/2010/12/birmingham-council-has-released-its.html","","B","","","2010","12","28", "Birmingham adult care","Birmingham City Council plans to implement major cuts to spending on adult social care, including restricting council-funded care services to 'critical' personal care only. The council also plans to reduce services outside its Resource Allocation System, such as mobile night care, subsidy on extra care schemes and the city's care centres. Instead, the independent sector will be used to provide enablement services, while the council hopes communities and voluntary groups will direct non-critical care users towards services commissioned from outside providers. The council plans to save £106.9m from its adult care budget by 2014/15, with £69.1m of these savings found by restricting council-funded care to 'critical' users. The plans are currently out to consultation, with final decisions set to be made in March 2011.","","","B","","","2010","12","28", "Birmingham children's social care","Birmingham City Council plans to reduce spending on chidren's social care services by cutting the number of referrals and children in care. The cuts are part of a remodelling process that will see the council focus on children with complex needs alongside partner agencies. The plans are currently out to consultation, with final decisions taken in March 2011.","","","B","","","2010","12","28", "Birmingham school support outsourced","Birmingham City Council plans to outsource some of its school support services to a social enterprise operating on a fully traded basis. The affected services are: * school cleaning * school catering * music services * outdoor services * health education service * schools advisory service The plans are currently out to consultation, with final decisions to be taken in March 2011.","","","B","","","2010","12","28", "Bolton Council staff","It is estimated that up to 2,000 council workers may lose their jobs between 2010 and 2015 as Bolton council faces the biggest cuts in its history. The Government settlement for Bolton is to cut council funding by £56m. Bolton has been reliant on grant funding to deliver many of its services, particularly Children’s Services. Almost all of these grants are to cease with devastating consequences for jobs and services. Unison branch secretary Bernie Gallagher reacted angrily to the government announcement: “It is very clear now what this government is about, they are on an ideological mission to destroy the public sector as we know it. With inflation predicted to reach 4% by April, unemployment rising and the threat of mass redundancies, now is the time for the trade union movement to demonstrate its collective strength”. Bolton Unison has arranged a campaign of lobbying events, member meetings and will be holding a consultative ballot of members to assess the strength of feeling to fight the cuts.","","www.boltonunison.org","BL","BL1","","2010","12","29", "Shelforce disability employment team","Birmingham City Council is planning to redesign the Shelforce disability employment team. Shelforce manufactures window, door and curtain walling systems and kitchens. Its business model supports people with disability in gaining meaningful employment through training and support provided by Shelforce's employment team. The council's 2011-15 business plan describes the redesign as an ""extremely difficult challenge"". The council says that Shelforce is operating a trading deficit which means that the current service model is no longer viable. Alternative funding streams and ""delivery options"" will be explored, but the council warns that if these are not successful, ""it may be necessary to cease delivery of some disability employment services"".","","http://www.shelforce.co.uk/","B","B24","0RD","2010","12","29", "Birmingham leisure services","Birmingham City Council is reviewing its library, sports, community and play services so as to deliver £5.3m of funding cuts by 2014/15. The council is also considering placing its museums in a trust with a new operating model, while relying more heavily on volunteers to deliver services.","","","B","","","2010","12","29", "Grange Day Centre (adult social services)","Provides support and services to disabled people. Also: ""Last week the council cabinet agreed a number of new savings in adult social care. These included outsourcing the sensory impairment service (£80,000), disposing of the multi-sensory vehicle (£40,000), reducing mental health day centre provision (£245,000), restructuring administrative support (£248,000), restructuring assessment and care management (£450,000) and introducing day centre charges (£100,000). Shropshire Council","","http://xrl.us/bic9vs","SY","SY1","3TQ","2010","12","29", "Schools Sports Services","Cuts to school sports partnership funding","http://www.dorsetecho.co.uk/news/localnews/8762736.Game_over___fury_as_funding_for_school_sports_is_cut_in_Dorset/","http://www.dorsetecho.co.uk/news/localnews/8762736.Game_over___fury_as_funding_for_school_sports_is_cut_in_Dorset/","DT","DT1","1XJ","2010","12","30", "Youth Centres in Surrey","Surrey County Council is finalising a proposal to appoint a local organisation or business to run Surrey's Youth Clubs. Management boards made up of young people, local community leaders and county councillors will decide who runs the centres. Worryingly, these cuts are being presented as a ""Youth Service Revolution"" (to quote the Surrey Web-site) that will give young people more control over services and as improve the service. ","http://www.surreycomet.co.uk/news/elmbridge/8760803.Young_people_to_get_more_control_over_services/","http://www.surreycc.gov.uk/sccwebsite/sccwspages.nsf/LookupWebPagesByTITLE_RTF/Youth+service+revolution?opendocument","GU","gu","","2010","12","30", "H&F News","Hammersmith & Fulham's fortnightly free paper that brings community updates to residents will be scrapped in 2011.","http://www.newspapersoc.org.uk/blog/index.php/2010/11/04/flagship-council-newspaper-hf-news-to-close/","http://www.fulhamchronicle.co.uk/fulham-and-hammersmith-news/local-fulham-and-hammersmith-news/2010/11/08/h-f-news-to-close-within-months-after-propaganda-crackdown-82029-27621418/","W","W6","","2011","01","06", "Croydon libraries","Croydon council is proposing the closure of six libraries.","","http://www.croydonguardian.co.uk/news/8732306.Six_libraries_could_close_in_Croydon/","CR","","","2011","01","07", "Croydon Youth services","Croydon Youth service cuts proposed","","http://www.yourlocalguardian.co.uk/news/local/topstories/8627334.Youth_services_set_to_suffer_in_cuts/","CR","CR0","","2011","01","07", "UK Border Agency","The UK Border Agency considers applications for migrants to remain in the UK as visitors, students, workers. refugees etc. Hundreds of posts are being cut with no reduction in workload. This is likely to lead to increased delays and backlogs in decisions being made.","","http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/publications/about-us/corporate-publications/business-plan-2011-15/business-plan?view=Binary","CR","CR0","","2011","01","07", "Work experience funding","Provides funding for young people to do block or single days work experience with employers, to motivate them to gain good qualifications, ins pire them in career choices, and prepare them for work and the real world. Essential experience for all 14/15/16 years olds that schools won't be able to afford to continue if central government funding is cut from April 2011.","","http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/EducationAndLearning/14To19/Years10And11/DG_10013569","National","","","2011","01","08", "Supporting People","Proposals to slash £1.1m from the cost of supporting elderly, sick and frail residents have been drawn up","","http://www.bournemouthecho.co.uk/news/8775944.Bournemouth_council_to_slash___1_million_from_funding_for_vulnerable/","BH","BH2","","2011","01","08", "Dorset County Council - Lollipop staff","Lillipop staff are the first to go in Dorset.","http://www.dorsetecho.co.uk/news/8778751.Dorset_cuts_crisis__Concern_over_lollipop_patrol_losses/","","National","dt1 ","1XJ","2011","01","08", "Dorset County Council - Lollipop staff","Lollipop staff are the first to go in Dorset.","http://www.dorsetecho.co.uk/news/8778751.Dorset_cuts_crisis__Concern_over_lollipop_patrol_losses/","","DT","dt1 ","1XJ","2011","01","08", "Dorset County Council - Additional staffing cuts","Additional staff to be cut in latest figures.","http://www.dorsetecho.co.uk/news/localnews/8778734.Dorset_cuts_crisis___1_000_jobs_face_the_axe_/","","DT","DT1","1XJ","2011","01","08", "University of Wales Institute Cardiff","Courses, staff and students are to be reduced at the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff (Uwic). It is understood that the proposals include 35 job cuts and reducing student numbers at the university's school of art. ","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-12130998","","CF","CF5","2YB","2011","01","08", "Education Other than at School service","EOTAS is a service for children who have had to leave mainstream education for medical reasons. The reasons can be physical recovery from serious illnes, or (more typically) severe depression or anxiety. In the latter case, the most usual reason is bullying whilst in mainstream school. It consists of a small-scale school in which pupils receive tuition in a non-threatening environment, with additional support for such things as work experience. Children who attend can expect a significant improvement in their grades. More importantly, they can begin the process of recovery. The service is paid for by contributions from local schools. Currently 10 schools have decided to withdraw funding, stating that they can spend their budgets more effectively by bringing the children back into the mainstream. However, these are schools who have already failed these children, and show no evidence of having put new strategies in place. Redundancies have been made, and the unit expects to close at Easter. ","","http://www.petition.co.uk/save-our-school","CB","","","2011","01","09", "Bridgend libraries","Local library service, providing library services to Bridgend and surrounding areas, and heavily relied on by the elderly and children in particular in an already economically deprived area. The council proposes 20 percent cuts to the library budget. Even a lower 16 percent cut will still result in the closure of at least three libraries, the ending of a mobile PC skills unit, reductions in funds available to buy new books and reductions in opening hours.","","","CF","CF31","","2011","01","09", "Identity and Passport Service","The Identity and Passport Service (IPS) is responsible for issuing UK passports and for the registration of births, marriages and deaths in England and Wales. It is an executive agency of the Home Office. IPS intends to close it’s office in Newport and over half of the offices in its interview network. The cuts will result in redundancies and threaten to leave a substandard service for the public. IPS intends to interview as few as 50,000 first-time applicants. The closure of interview offices will harm smaller communities while the Newport office closure will stall the fragile economic recovery in Wales. An online petition has been launched to oppose the closures, while campaigners are also urging people to email Damian Green MP to raise their objections. http://www.petitionbuzz.com/petitions/passportofficewales greend@parliament.uk ","","http://www.pcs.org.uk/ips","National","NP20","1XA","2011","01","13", "Headington Library","Headington Library is one of 23 (out of 40) libraries in Oxfordshire whose funding is being cut. They are apparently to be turned over to volunteers.","http://ruthwilkinson.mycouncillor.org.uk/2011/01/09/update-on-bury-knowle-library/","www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/Headingtonlibrary","OX","OX3","9HY","2011","01","10", "Identity and Passport Service","The Identity and Passport Service (IPS) is responsible for issuing UK passports and for the registration of births, marriages and deaths in England and Wales. It is an executive agency of the Home Office. IPS intends to close it's office in Newport and over half of the offices in its interview network. The cuts will result in redundancies and threaten to leave a substandard service for the public. IPS intends to interview as few as 50,000 first-time applicants. The closure of interview offices will harm smaller communities while the Newport office closure will stall the fragile economic recovery in Wales. An online petition has been launched to oppose the closures, while campaigners are also urging people to email Damian Green MP to raise their objections. http://www.petitionbuzz.com/petitions/passportofficewales greend@parliament.uk","","http://www.pcs.org.uk/en/identity-and-passport-service/","National","","","2011","01","11", "Library","Lending books, reading circles, IT access","","","National","","","2011","01","11", "English for Speakers of Other Languages","From September 2011 the government plans to cut ESOL funding whilst imposing restrictions on eligibility for public funding, including full fee remission, for ESOL classes. A number of specific changes are planned. These include: * Limiting public funding to people from 'settled communities'; * Limiting full fee remission to people claiming Job Seekers' Allowance (JSA) or the new Employment Support Allowance (ESA); * Removing full fee remission from people on a range of other benefits, including Working Tax Credits, Housing Benefit, Income Support, Council Tax and Pension Credits; * Reducing the 'programme weighting factor' (PWF) from 1.2 to 1. PWF is a funding multiplier used to reflect the real costs of provision; * Ending funding for ESOL in the workplace. In addition, it is expected that the £4.5 million ESOL Learner Support Fund (LSF), which helps some students, including women without independent means and low-waged workers, with course fees, will not be allocated in 2011. These specific changes are on top of the sector-wide funding cuts which also affect ESOL provision.","http://www.irr.org.uk/2010/december/ha000017.html","","National","","","2011","01","11", "Oxhey Police Station","South Oxhey’s police station could be closed in a bid to save money. Hertfordshire Constabulary, which plans to save more than £35m over the next four years, has already drawn up plans to close five police stations across the county – one of which has already closed.","","http://www.watfordobserver.co.uk/news/8783074.South_Oxhey_Police_Station_could_be_closed/","WD","WD19","7SD","2011","01","11", "Adult learning","Cuts to funding by the Skills Funding Agency will bring an end to low cost learning opportunities for people in receipt of means tested benefits such as Housing Benefit and Council Tax Benefit. Job Seekers Allowance will be the only qualifying benefit from September 2011. This action will exclude disabled, long term sick, lone parents and many others who cannot afford the full cost of a course from accessing learning which could improve their prospects of returning to work.","","","National","","","2011","01","11", "Leeds adult care","In 2011/12 Leeds City Council is likely to close four residential homes, rising to 13 by 2014/15. Eight day centre closures are anticipated in 2011/12 - four for older people, three for people with learning disabilities and one for people with mental health problems. By 2014/15 it is expected that 16 centres will have closed; 10 for older people, four for people with learning disabilities and two for people with mental health needs. The reduction in day centre provision will have some impact on the level of transport provided and it may be appropriate to review the policy for customer transport to ensure that those people who are able to access services independently do so. The directly-provided home care service is expected to reduce by around 150 full-time equivalent staff by early 2011/12 and work is ongoing to develop future options for the service. There will be reduced staffing levels associated with these service changes as well as some savings in running expenses. Major consultation on these changes started in January 2011.","http://democracy.leeds.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=51257","","LS","","","2011","01","11", "Vine special needs education","Vine is run by Leeds City Council and is based in several locations across the city. It provides local people who have high support needs with education designed around their learning requirements. Leeds City Council plans to review the provision of educational support for young people/adults with learning disabilities at Vine. The council says the current financial model is not sustainable in the medium-term as funding will be reduced significantly from August 2011. An options report, including an equality impact assessment, will be brought to the council's executive board for decision in February 2011.","http://democracy.leeds.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=51257","","LS","","","2011","01","11", "Inquest deaths in custody charity","London Councils grant cut a double whammy for INQUEST beneficiaries For 25 years, the London Boroughs Grants Scheme, administered by London Councils, has been one of the main funders of services to many of the capital’s most disadvantaged communities including bereaved Londoners. Following a rigorous commissioning process, INQUEST was commissioned to “provide an advice and representation service relating to inquests” for the period 1 July 2008 to 30 June 2012 at £60,000 per year. On 14 December the Leaders Committee agreed the recommendations made by the Grants Committee on 25 November to only guarantee funding to 30 June 2011 – a cut of £60,000 in INQUEST’s funding This cut follow central government’s decision to abandon significant improvements to the coronial system as part of their cost-cutting exercise ","","http://www.inquest.org.uk/","N","N4","3JH","2011","01","12", "Care and Repair Service for vulnerable people","Clackmannanshire Council has decided to withdraw funding for the the local Care and Repair Service which has been operational in this area for 12 years. This service provides support and assistance to the old, weak, frail and vulnerable so they can remain independently in their own homes. It helps the elderly with small repairs, minor adaptations and odd jobs when in some cases, if these were not done, the elderly person would have to be in residential care, which would cost the Council substantially more. This is at a time when the Scottish Government has recently said that services for the old and vulnerable would be protected.","","","FK","","","2011","01","13", "Manchester City Council staff","2,000 jobs are to go at Manchester City Council because of government spending cuts. The Labour-run council said it needed to reduce its workforce by about 17 percent after changes to local authority grants left a huge hole in its finances. Officers need to find £110m of savings in 2011-12, £60m more than expected."," http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-12177853","","M","M60","2LA","2011","01","15", "Southwark Speech and Language Therapists","Speech and Language Therapists in Southwark face losing 30 percent of their staff. They have voted almost unanimously for strike action. ","","","SE","SE","","2011","01","15", "Plans to close care homes for elderly people across Kent have been approved.","Eleven care homes are affected and Kent County Council (KCC) said each site had been considered separately. Under the plans, KCC is set to save about £2m each year.","","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-kent-12199103","CT","CT","","2011","01","15", "Many children's centres 'under threat of closure'","Every council in England is likely to have to close at least one Sure Start Children's Centre because of funding cuts, it is claimed.","","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-12182994","National","","","2011","01","15", "The £95million challenge - Kent County Council budget","6 January 2011 Today Kent County Council released its proposed budget for 2011/12 and spending plans for the 2011 to 2013 period. £95million of savings in 2011/12","","http://kent.gov.uk/news_and_events/news_archive/budget_announcement.aspx","ME","ME14","","2011","01","15", "National Conservation Centre","The National Conservation Centre closed to the public due to government cuts on 17 December 2010. Open in 1996, the centre displayed conserved objects and see demonstrations of conservation techniques, and there were additional exhibitions, often photographic, in a separate exhibition space.","www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-merseyside-11969862","www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/conservation/","L","L1 ","6HZ","2011","01","16", "Winslow Library","14 libraries in Buckinghamshire including Winslow Library are set to be staffed by volunteers to stop them being closed as a result of the cuts. ","http://www.gmb.org.uk/newsroom/latest_news/volunteers_to_run_libraries.aspx","","MK","MK18","3DL","2011","01","16", "Leeds FreeCityBus","Leeds City Council is planning to scrap its funding for the FreeCityBus, which provides a free bus service linking Leeds' rail and bus stations, business and shopping districts, General Infirmary, universities and Park Lane College.","http://democracy.leeds.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=51257","","LS","","","2011","01","16", "Leeds highway maintenance","Leeds City Council is planning to cut its highway maintenance revenue budget by £1.5m.","http://democracy.leeds.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=51257","","LS","","","2011","01","16", "Leeds arts funding","Leeds City Council is planning to implement a 10 percent cut to its budget for grants to arts bodies and other organisations currently supported by the council's City Development directorate.","http://democracy.leeds.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=51257","","LS","","","2011","01","16", "Milborne Port Library","Milborne Port Library is under grave threat of closure next spring. This small but thriving library provides vital services to the village of Milborne Port and its residents.","http://www.milborneport.com/announcements.aspx","http://www.milborneport.com/announcements.aspx?id=454","DT","DT9","5ET","2011","01","16", "Leeds Police Community Support Officers","Leeds City Council plans to cut its support for local Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) by 20 percent. Currently, the council jointly funds five PCSOs per ward.","http://democracy.leeds.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=51257","","LS","","","2011","01","16", "Post grad Dept in Social Sciences Faculty at the Open University","It has been ""quietly"" announced that post grad degrees under social sciences will no longer be offered at the Open University after 2014. Those about to embark on their masters have to study at a faster pace. (Most Open uni students work full time and study in the evenings.) ","","http://www.open.ac.uk/socialsciences/courses-and-qualifications/postgraduate-qualifications.php","National","","","2011","01","16", "Lightburn Hospital, Glasgow","NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde plans to shut Lightburn Hospital in east Glasgow, which provides rehabilitative care for older patients. Under the plan, the 75-bed Lightburn Hospital, in Greenfield in the East End, would see in-patient and out-patient services transferred to Stobhill Hospital and Glasgow Royal Infirmary. NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde wants to switch long-term care services, used by around 450 patients each year, to Stobhill in a mixture of new purpose-built beds and refurbished accommodation. The board says that elderly patients will have access to improved diagnostic equipment at Stobhill, including MRI scanners and ultrasound. Lightburn has only limited X-ray facilities. Managers say there will be no compulsory redundancies. However, the closure will leave the east of the city without any acute older people beds, and there are concerns regarding visitor access given the absence of adequate public transport links between East Glasgow and Stobhill Hospital.","http://www.glasgow.gov.uk/councillorsandcommittees/viewDoc.asp?c=e","http://www.eveningtimes.co.uk/news/editor-s-picks/move-to-close-glasgow-hospital-caring-for-elderly-1.1052149","G","G32","6ND","2011","01","16", "Harefield Road multi-storey car park, Nuneaton","Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council have decided to shut Harefield Road multi storey car park to the public on Sundays and Bank Holidays to save money. ","","http://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&source=news&cd=1&ved=0CCQQqQIwAA&url=http://www.coventrytelegraph.net/news/coventry-news/2011/01/14/nuneaton-car-park-to-close-on-sundays-and-bank-ho","CV","CV11","","2011","01","16", "Xtrax Youth Service, and Hastings Borough Council","One of the most deprived towns in the UK faces some of the heaviest cuts, with the local council shedding 10% of it's workforce this year. Also hit are charities which try to help the most vulnerable people in the town, especially the young. From a recent BBC report: The group Xtrax, which works to help disadvantaged young people into work, has lost its government grant. ""We lose staff, expertise and obviously the chance for young people to make a better life for themselves."" said Andy Batsford from Xtrax. ""My job is to make people's lives consistent and supported and all I see around me are cuts to the most disadvantaged people, ones that find life difficult enough as it is."" ""Now we've got people telling then that they are not actually worth the money."" "" Some of these people don't even know they have got a ladder of opportunity and we have shown them the way to that ladder. What we are afraid of now is that ladder might be pulled away from under them and I fear for them, I fear for our town "" Phillippa White","http://news.bbc.co.uk/local/sussex/hi/people_and_places/newsid_9361000/9361342.stm","http://news.bbc.co.uk/local/sussex/hi/people_and_places/newsid_9361000/9361342.stm","TN","TN34","3UY","2011","01","16", "Sheffield Outokumpu redevelopment","In June 2010 the government axed a proposed £13m loan for the redevelopment of the Outokumpu steel plant site in Sheffield into an industrial park.","http://www.touchstoneblog.org.uk/2010/06/cuts-watch-76-cuts-in-sheffield/","","S","S9","1TR","2011","01","16", "Cambridge Corn Exchange","Cambridge City Council is cutting £350,000 of funding to the Corn Exchange, an iconic Cambridge venue that has been running for 136 years. The Corn Exchange is a music / theatre / arts venue in the centre of Cambridge. The funding cut will result in 11 job losses and a massive reduction in the programme of the Corn Exchange, its cultural diversity and an increase in ticket prices. It may well also impact on the running of the city's Cambridge Folk Festival as the 11 members of staff being made redundant are all key personnel on the festival management team.","","http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/Home/Axing-of-culture-cash-strikes-a-sour-note.htm","CB","CB2","3BQ","2011","01","17", "Hounslow public libraries and youth service","Hounslow Council has put eight of its 11 public libraries at risk of closure. It intends to retain the three ""main"" libraries. Hounslow also intends to close down its entire Integrated Youth Services - a demonstration was held against this on 15th January 2011.","http://www.brentfordtw8.com/default.asp?section=info&page=council005.htm","http://www.brentfordtw8.com/default.asp?section=info&page=council005.htm","TW","","","2011","01","17", "Everything (Suffolk)","Suffolk County Council proposes to privatise all services it runs, apart from those that are centrally funded like Education and Social Services which are, anyway, being cut by the ConDem Government.","","","IP","IP","","2011","01","17", "Southend Hospital","The Trust have announced that 400 jobs will be cut over the next three years. They stated that 105 will be cut in 2010/11. however due to the Trust being unable to match the jobs to the £40k bracket for each cut this figure will increase.","","","SS","SS0","0RY","2011","01","18", "Southend Hospital Ward Closes","The Trust have announced that George Foster Taylor Ward will shut, with a loss of 25 bed. All staff will be 'transferred' to another ward within the Trust.","","","SS","SS0","0RY","2011","01","18", "Driving Standards Agency office, Cardiff","The Driving Standards Agency (DSA) area office in Cardiff, which employs 87 staff, is to close, it has been announced. Caradog House, an administrative centre for the agency which is responsible for driving tests, will close on 31 March 2012. ","","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/mobile/uk-wales-12214139","CF","CF11","","2011","01","18", "Lochwinnoch Sports Annexe","Renfrewshire Council have voted to dispose of the Local Sports Annexe. It is used by the local boys' football team, children's gym class and several other community groups. They have offered it up for a community buyout, but the building has been poorly maintained and they haven't provided the community with sufficient time to organise a buyout. The Council are proposing to demolish the building in April 2011. ","","","PA","PA12","","2011","01","18", "Lochwinnoch Library","Renfrewshire Council have voted to move Lochwinnoch Village Library out of its current location into the space currently occupied by the community run after school club. The children from the after school club are to be squeezed into the local school, which will in turn affect the after school opportunities for all local children. The library is currently housed in a 150 year old building which was gifted to the village by a local family. The council expects that the move will cost £80,000 excluding the cost of moving the childcare. The council expects to save £15,000 per annum so it will take nearly five years to break even. ","","http://on.fb.me/Lochwinnoch","PA","PA12","4AB","2011","01","18", "Flood defence funding","The Environment Agency's budget for maintaining and developing flood defences is to be sliced by more than a fifth from 2011-15. The Environment Agency's overall budget is to be reduced from £829m in 2010/11 to £652m in 2014/15. Within this, Defra has decided that the agency's budget for flood management will fall from £629m in 2010/11 to £485m in 2014/15 - a reduction of nearly 23 per cent.","http://www.planningresource.co.uk/bulletin/environmentbulletin/article/1048996/agencys-flood-funding-reduced-one-fifth/","","National","","","2011","01","18", "Bradford adult care homes","Bradford Metropolitan District Council plans to close four adult care homes and withdraw from providing mainstream long-term residential adult care. Under the proposals, the council will convert some of its existing adult care homes into five 40-bed specialist care homes, providing long-term dementia care including specialist support for younger people with dementia. The council will continue to provide some short-stay and intermediate care. This would leave the council operating 200 beds, down from the current 354 beds provided by the council's in-house residential adult care service. The decision to withdraw from providing mainstream long-term residential care in-house will leave all service users needing to secure provision from the private sector, despite the fact that the council-run housing has better quality ratings than local private sector provision. A public consultation held by the council found that most people wanted the council to continue providing mainstream long-term residential care, and that many people were concerned about the quality of private sector services. Under the proposals, four residential care homes - Meadowcroft, Neville Grange, Laurence House and Harbourne - will close. These closures are listed individually on the False Economy site. The plans are the result of a review launched in July 2009 with a view to future public spending cuts.","http://councilminutes.bradford.gov.uk/wps/PA_1_0_V9/CallDisplayDocServlet?docID=Exec3DecRepAH1.pdf","","BD","","","2011","01","19", "Meadowcroft adult care home","Bradford Metropolitan District Council plans to shut Meadowcroft adult care home as part of plans to withdraw from providing mainstream long-term residential adult care. Meadowcroft, located in the west of the city, currently provides long-stay, short-stay respite and intermediate care. The 32-bed home was rated 'Excellent' by the Care Quality Commission in 2010.","http://councilminutes.bradford.gov.uk/wps/PA_1_0_V9/CallDisplayDocServlet?docID=Exec3DecRepAH1.pdf","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/cuts/item/bradford-adult-care-homes","BD","BD5","8LG","2011","01","19", "Neville Grange adult care home","Bradford Metropolitan District Council plans to shut Neville Grange adult care home as part of plans to withdraw from providing mainstream long-term residential adult care. Neville Grange, located in Shipley, currently provides long-stay, short-stay respite and intermediate care. The 33-bed home was rateed ‘Good’ by the Care Quality Commission in 2010. ","http://councilminutes.bradford.gov.uk/wps/PA_1_0_V9/CallDisplayDocServlet?docID=Exec3DecRepAH1.pdf","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/cuts/item/bradford-adult-care-homes","BD","BD18","4SJ","2011","01","19", "Laurence House adult care home","Bradford Metropolitan District Council plans to shut Laurence House adult care home as part of plans to withdraw from providing mainstream long-term residential adult care. Laurence House, located in the east of the city, currently provides long-stay and short-stay dementia care rather than the mainstream care the council is withdrawing from providing. However, the council argues that the site is not ideal for a dementia care home as it is difficult to provide a safe enclosed outdoor area. Nevertheless, the 29-bed home was rated ‘Good’ by the Care Quality Commission in 2010. The site is likely to be developed for community use or as a resource base.","http://councilminutes.bradford.gov.uk/wps/PA_1_0_V9/CallDisplayDocServlet?docID=Exec3DecRepAH1.pdf","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/cuts/item/bradford-adult-care-homes","BD","BD3","0JP","2011","01","19", "Harbourne adult care home","Bradford Metropolitan District Council plans to shut Harbourne adult care home as part of plans to withdraw from providing mainstream long-term residential adult care. Harbourne, located in the south of the city, currently provides long-stay and short-stay dementia care and long-stay and short-stay care for those with functional mental health needs, rather than the mainstream care the council is seeking to withdraw from providing. Nevertheless, the council plans to shut the care home and either find an alternative use for the site or sell it off. The 26-bed home was rated ‘Excellent’ by the Care Quality Commission in 2010.","http://councilminutes.bradford.gov.uk/wps/PA_1_0_V9/CallDisplayDocServlet?docID=Exec3DecRepAH1.pdf","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/cuts/item/bradford-adult-care-homes","BD","BD6","2LE","2011","01","19", "Liverpool Hope University staff","Around 100 staff at Liverpool Hope University are to lose their jobs by September 2011. The university announced that one in 10 staff would be made redundant as it attempts to slash annual costs by £6m in response to government funding cuts. Redundancies will hit across the board, affecting the university’s 300 academic staff as well as administrative staff at its Childwall and Everton campuses. A small number of courses will also be cut, while some departments will be merged.","http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/liverpool-news/local-news/2011/01/13/liverpool-hope-university-to-axe-100-jobs-by-september-100252-27977789/2/","","L","L16","9JD","2011","01","19", "Liverpool Women's Hospital IVF treatment","NHS Warrington axed funding in August 2010 for local women to have IVF treatment at Liverpool Women's Hospital. Patients from Warrington would usually receive IVF treatment at the hospital, but NHS Warrington decided to suspend funding for nearly a year. The decision will be reviewed in July 2011. Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust believes that around 80 couples from Warrington use the service each year. The decision came after a review of health services to assess whether they match locally-agreed health priorities and are offering the best possible value for money. IVF was included in a list of treatments deemed to be expensive, involving few people, and out of synch with NHS Warrington's priorities. NHS Warrington said it will consider applications from GPs for “exceptional treatment” approval where they believe there is an extraordinary clinical need. People with fertility problems will still be treated and guided.","http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/liverpool-news/local-news/2010/08/25/patients-ivf-funding-cut-in-warrington-100252-27130023/","","L","L8","7SS","2011","01","19", "Children's Services in scope of ESCC","East Sussex County Council will be making £100 million of budget cuts over the next four years. We are informed that £20m of this will be in children's services. ","","http://www.eastsussex.gov.uk/yourcouncil/pressoffice/pressreleases/2011/01/3108.htm","BN","BN","","2011","01","19", "East Sussex County Council staff","150-200 jobs are expected to be cut during 2011/12. 315 job losses are expected in the council's children's services department between 2011 and 2015.","http://www.theargus.co.uk/news/8797915.Hundreds_of_East_Sussex_council_jobs_face_the_axe/","http://www.eastsussex.gov.uk/yourcouncil/pressoffice/pressreleases/2011/01/3108.htm","BN","","","2011","01","19", "Sussex Police","Sussex Police plans to cut 1,050 jobs by 2015. 500 of these are expected to be frontline police officers.","","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-sussex-11288184","BN","","","2011","01","19", "315 job losses in ESCC children's services","315 job losses expected in children's services over the next four years","http://www.theargus.co.uk/news/8797915.Hundreds_of_East_Sussex_council_jobs_face_the_axe/","http://www.theargus.co.uk/news/8797915.Hundreds_of_East_Sussex_council_jobs_face_the_axe/","BN","","","2011","01","19", "Fife Council staff","Fife Council plans to cut around 1,800 jobs during 2010/11 - affecting nine percent of the council's 20,000 staff by March 2011. The cuts are part of a plan to reduce the local authority's budget by almost £120m over four years. The authority has warned that staffing levels may need to fall by as much as 15 percent by 2014.","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/mobile/10241980","","KY","","","2011","01","19", "Elmfield School for the Deaf","Bristol City Council plans to shut Elmfield School for the Deaf, which specialises in educating children who are deaf or who have hearing difficulties. The council wants to open ""specialist resource bases"" in the north and south of Bristol and a new base in a mainstream school. An independent review into the school had recommended it remain open, but the council has decided to move ahead with plans for closure.","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-bristol-11946680","http://www.elmfield.bristol.sch.uk/","BS","BS10","6AY","2011","01","19", "Norfolk County Council staff","Norfolk Council is axeing 1,000 jobs in a bid to save £155m between 2011 and 2014. The council will try and limit compulsory redundancies, but admits some will be necessary.","http://www.communitycare.co.uk/Articles/2011/01/19/116135/social-care-staff-face-axe-as-three-councils-cut-jobs.htm","","NR","","","2011","01","20", "Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra grant","Sefton Council is planning to axe a grant of more than £22,000 to the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. The decision could have an impact on the Southport Cultural centre project as the grant was to be used to formulate an agreement to have small concerts and master classes at the venue.","","http://modgov.sefton.gov.uk/moderngov/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=13945&T=9","PR","Pr9","","2011","01","20", "Sefton school clothing grant for disadvantaged pupils","Sefton Council have cancelled the school uniform grant for disadvantaged pupils.","","http://modgov.sefton.gov.uk/moderngov/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=13945&T=9","PR","pr9","","2011","01","20", "Sefton environmental education","Sefton Council has voted to cease environmental education activity, out of school wildlife clubs and community events.","","http://modgov.sefton.gov.uk/moderngov/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=13945&T=9","PR","PR9","","2011","01","20", "Parks & Open Spaces, Sefton","Sefton Council have voted to reduce grounds management for parks including reducing bowling greens from 22 to 16. Site inspection and repairs team is being reduced. Also to reduce the repair and maintenance budget by £50,000.","","http://modgov.sefton.gov.uk/moderngov/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=13945&T=9","PR","PR9","","2011","01","20", "Sefton library closures","Sefton Council is scrapping its mobile library while three Southport libraries are under threat of closure, leaving only one (Southport Town Centre) - which is itself currently in temporary accommodation.","http://publiclibrariesnews.blogspot.com","http://modgov.sefton.gov.uk/moderngov/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=13945&T=9","PR","PR9","","2011","01","20", "Opportunities Shop","Sefton Council is cutting £69k of funding for the Opportunities Shop. The Opportunities Shop is a community-based charity covering the Liverpool and Merseyside areas of Sefton and Bootle and is aimed at providing local people with access to training, education and employment. ","http://modgov.sefton.gov.uk/moderngov/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=13945&T=9","http://www.opportunitiesshop.co.uk/","L","L20","5BW","2011","01","20", "Sefton holiday childcare schemes","Sefton Council is to cease discretionary grants to external organisations which run play/childminding schemes during the school holidays.","","http://modgov.sefton.gov.uk/moderngov/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=13945&T=9","PR","PR9","","2011","01","20", "Cambridgeshire libraries","Cambridgeshire's libraries and local studies/archives budget faces £3.2m of cuts between 2011 and 2015. 13 libraries are under review. Large staff cuts are proposed along with a circa £150k cut in the fund for new books.","","http://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/leisure/libraries/news/libservicereview/","CB","","","2011","01","20", "South Wales Police","THE four Welsh police forces are expected to shed 1,600 officers and staff over the next four years with South Wales Police is expected to shed 688 officers and staff between 2011 and 2014. The force is due to lose 256 officers and 432 support staff by the end of 2014-15, including 114 officers and 167 support staff in 2011/12 alone.","http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/2011/01/20/police-forces-set-to-lose-1-600-jobs-as-cuts-bite-91466-28019072/#ixzz1BbZUip7z","","CF","","","2011","01","20", "Physiotherapy-Dudley group of Hospitals NHS FT","Approximately 4 Frozen posts (these will never be unfrozen by the way) 7 additional posts to be lost all within Physiotherapy. Part of a larger cuts and efficiencies program across the trust.","","www.csp.org.uk","DY","DY","","2011","01","21", "Cambridgeshire Connexions","Cambridgeshire County Council is making the following cuts to its Connexions youth careers guidance and information service: 1) All Youth Work jobs and all Connexions IPA (Intensive Personal Adviser) jobs are to be merged into a new job called Youth Support Worker. The number of posts across the county is to be halved. All staff will need to compete for jobs. Many jobs will be 30 hours per week rather than 37 hours. 2) UPAs (Careers Advisers) are to be renamed Guidance Advisers. The new job role varies by less than 20 percent but, as the total number of posts is to be reduced by 25 percent, there will be competition for jobs. The council is also planning to cut the working week from 52 to 48 hours. 3) Youth Work Co-ordinator posts are to have a much expanded remit while losing 30 percent of posts. 4) CIAs (usually Education Advisers in many services) are to lose 20 percent of posts. 5) Client Researcher posts: 1 in 7 posts will go. In total the service will be reduced from 108.47 FTEs (full-time equivalent staff) to 72.27 FTEs - a reduction of 36 FTEs. Unison think this might actually mean 44 people losing jobs.","","","CB","","","2011","01","21", "Cheshire & Warrington Connexions","Connexions Cheshire & Warrington, which provides youth career guidance and information, cut 80 jobs from a workforce of 300 during 2010/11 following central government funding cuts. While most education advisers were maintained, most community advisers were made redundant.","","","CH","","","2011","01","21", "Wigan Connexions","Connexions, the youth careers advice and information service, cut around 30 FTE (full-time equivalent) posts during 2010/11 - from a total of 75 FTE - following a 40 percent funding cut. Among the jobs going are four management positions, 5.8 support staff and 20.8 from a mix of personal advisers, employment and training advisers, and advanced practitioners.","","","WN","","","2011","01","21", "Suffolk County Libraries","Suffolk County Council plans to cut at least 30 percent from its £9m library budget over the next three years. Two-thirds of Suffolk’s 44 libraries will close by 2012 if no-one comes forward to take them over. A public consultation launched by the county council will run until 30th April 2011. Suffolk County Council is signed up as one of ten pilot regions for the government's Future Libraries programme.","http://www.eadt.co.uk/news/suffolk_two_thirds_of_county_s_libraries_facing_the_axe_1_776965","http://www.suffolk.gov.uk/CouncilAndDemocracy/Consultations/LibrariesConsultation2011.htm","IP","","","2011","01","21", "Registration and Service Points, Highland Council","Registration and Servce Points are to be merged and this will lead to redundancies and reduction of quality in both services. People will be doing jobs they aren't trained to do and didn't choose to do.","","","IV","IV3","5NX","2011","01","22", "ADVA Devon domestic violence service","ADVA - Against Domestic Violence and Abuse – was set up in November 2002 to bring together the statutory and voluntary agencies within the county to tackle the problem of domestic violence. They help thousands of women and children every year escape violent and life-threatening situations. Devon County Council proposes to cut ADVA’s budget by 100 percent as of April 2011. If these cuts are endorsed, emerging victims may go unidentified and recovering victims may be left without support. One in four women will be a victim of domestic violence in their lifetime – many of these on a number of occasions. One incident of domestic violence is reported to the police every minute (Women's Aid).","http://www.gopetition.com/petition/42189.html","http://www.devon.gov.uk/community/social_issues/domestic_violence.htm","EX","","","2011","01","22", "Warwickshire Youth Service","Warwickshire County Council is proposing to cease the whole of its Youth Service over the next three years. However the saving in the 3rd year is what was remaining in the budget for the second year. The Youth Service operates over 30 youth clubs, projects or centres across the County. This proposal will be discussed and voted on at the Full Council Meeting at 10am on Tuesday 15th February 2011 at Shire Hall in Warwick","","http://democratic.warwickshire.gov.uk/cmis5/EPetitions/tabid/90/ID/20/Withdraw-proposal-to-cease-the-whole-of-the-Youth-Service-in-Warwickshire.aspx","CV","cv34","","2011","01","22", "Park View elderly home","A report is going to Warwickshire County Council’s cabinet on 27th January 2011 recommending that Park View (a home for older people) should close in August 2012. It could be sold off to a private provider, or the council may set up a Joint Venture Company or social enterprise to run it, but it will not remain as a council run care home, even though the council's report indicate that council run homes are more popular and higher quality than private sector homes. A consultation held with staff, residents and relatives showed a strong desire to see them kept in-house. All the county’s Homes for Older People are recommended for closure – the first two would close in August 2011.","http://www.leamingtoncourier.co.uk/news/local/closure_threat_to_care_homes_1_2327811","https://democratic.warwickshire.gov.uk/cmis5/Calendarofmeetings/tabid/73/ctl/ViewMeetingPublic/mid/410/Meeting/1460/Committee/291/Default.aspx","CV","CV34 ","4ND","2011","01","22", "Cinderford library and youth centre","This is a poor ex-mining town, not the plush Cotswold/royal stereotype of Gloucestershire. Many use the Library for computer access. The youth club is the only facility of its kind in the town.","","","GL","","","2011","01","23", "Pillar and The Alford mental health drop-in centres","In 2010, Aberdeen City Council withdrew funding from both of the city's drop-in centres for people with mental health problems - Pillar and The Alford Centre. Both were closed as a result. Both had been operating for more than 15 years and provided valuable aid as centres where people with mental health problems - long-term and short-term - could meet and receive advice, as well as being able to take part in social events, or just to chat with others experiencing the same problems. The council, along with Scottish Government, has since set up a Penumbra project, but this is a national project and many long-term users of psychiatric services in Aberdeen feel that the loss of drop-in centres will have a damaging effect on their lives, leaving isolated within the community. Already, small groups of long-term sufferers are meeting at coffee mornings as a means of replacing the atmosphere and sense of sharing which Pillar and the Alford Centre provided. According to Aberdeen City Council, it is very unlikely that Penumbra (a national charity) will be providing a drop-in centre at any time in the future. It is more than 30 years since patients at Aberdeen's psychiatric hospital - Royal Cornhill Hospital - set up Stepping Stones, which was a once weekly drop in centre. Stepping Stones ran for many years with only voluntary assistance until it was taken over by Aberdeen City's social work department and became Pillar. The Alford Centre was set up just after the Pillar project - although the former was brought into being through the efforts of the Aberdeen and North East Mental Health Association. Now, as a result of Aberdeen City Council's budget cuts, both centres are closed with any future drop-in centre only available through the work of volunteers.","","","AB","","","2011","01","24", "Hampshire County Council staff","Hampshire County Council have announced 1,200 job cuts, which represents around 8 percent of the workforce. Adult and children's services will see an 11 percent cut and youth services a 60 percent cut in what is only the first year of the cuts programme. In addition to this Hampshire County Council have announced that 5,000 of the lowest paid staff will be sacked and re-employed on lower terms and conditions. Carers will see a 3 percent-plus cut to their wages.","","http://hampshirelrc.wordpress.com/2011/01/19/hampshire-lrc-condemns-hampshire-county-councils-plans-to-axe-1200-jobs/","SP","SO23","8UJ","2011","01","24", "Maritime and Coastguard Agency","Hundreds of jobs at one of Southampton's biggest employers at the Maritime and Coastguard Agency may go.","","http://www.dailyecho.co.uk/news/8725915.Martime_and_Coastguard_Agency_concern_over_Government_cash_cuts/","National","SO15","1EG","2011","01","24", "Southampton City Council jobs and pay","Southampton City Council plans to cut up to 250 jobs during 2010/11, while all 4,180 non-teaching council staff face a 5.4 percent pay cut through reduced hours.","","http://www.dailyecho.co.uk/news/politics/8691305.Council_staff_threaten_strike_action/","SO","SO14","7LY","2011","01","24", "Hampshire Police","Hampshire police plan to axe 1400 jobs","","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-hampshire-11257250","SO","SO23","","2011","01","24", "Courts","142 court closures announced. In Hampshire Andover, Lyndhurst and Alton will be closed.","","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-11993436?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter","National","SP10","","2011","01","24", "Andover Mind vocational advice service","Andover Mind's vocational advice service, which helps people find jobs and works with many people who have suffered mental illness, has lost its funding. The service helped more than 100 people during 2010 with their work problems, but a lost contract meant it could no longer continue from January 2011.","","http://www.andoversound.com/pages/extranet/unemployed-hit-again-i-8918.php","SP","SP10","2BN","2011","01","24", "Southampton day care centres","Vital day care centres are likely to be cut along with 100 jobs.","","http://www.dailyecho.co.uk/news/8795558.Vital_day_care_centres_face_the_axe/","SO","SO23","","2011","01","24", "Jaywick flood warning sirens","Flood warning sirens at Jaywick (an area at risk from flooding) have been scrapped to save money. The alternative offered is a system working via mobile phones (not helpful to those who dont use mobiles). ","","","CO","CO15","","2011","01","25", "Bristol City Council staff","Bristol City Council plans to cut 340 staff posts during 2011/12, of which around 180 are likely to be through natural turnover and 160 through redundancies.","http://www.bristol.gov.uk/ccm/content/press-releases/2011/jan/budget-proposals.en","","BS","","","2011","01","25", "Bristol school service charges","Bristol City Council plans to remove the subsidy for services trading with schools, while increasing income from schools by charging for non-statutory services.","http://www.bristol.gov.uk/ccm/cms-service/stream/asset/?asset_id=36158005&","","BS","","","2011","01","25", "Bristol libraries","Bristol City Council plans to cut £200k from its annual library spending during 2011/12 through a Library Services review that will look to implement alternative provision, including self-service and shared use of premises with more flexible working. The council will also cut £90k from the £700k annual Library Book Fund, alongside a review of its replacement strategy.","http://www.bristol.gov.uk/ccm/cms-service/stream/asset/?asset_id=36158005&","","BS","","","2011","01","25", "Bristol pest control","Bristol City Council is proposing a number of reductions in its pest control service as part of its 2011/12 budget: * the council will charge all private landlords for public health pest control work (e.g. rat treatment) * pest control charges will be increased across the board * the council will reduce the level of non-essential pest control work it carries out (e.g. ant infestations) while maintaining its public health pest control service","http://www.bristol.gov.uk/ccm/cms-service/stream/asset/?asset_id=36158005&","","BS","","","2011","01","25", "Bristol food safety service","Bristol City Council is planning to review and restructure its food safety service, reducing its out of hours rota and overtime budget alongside a reduction in 2.4 staff. The service will continue to focus on areas of greatest risk with a lesser focus on low risk category inspections.","http://www.bristol.gov.uk/ccm/cms-service/stream/asset/?asset_id=36158005&","","BS","","","2011","01","25", "Bristol police community support officers","Bristol City Council is planning to reduce funding for police community support officers (PCSOs), which are co-funded with the local police force. From an original team of 132 PCSOs, seven vacancies were left unfilled during 2010, while two additional vacancies are expected by March 2011. This will reduce the size of the team to 123 PCSOs, who will remain in post across the city, deployed in high crime areas.","http://www.bristol.gov.uk/ccm/cms-service/stream/asset/?asset_id=36158005&","","BS","","","2011","01","25", "New Forest National Park staff","Fifteen percent of the New Forest National Park's workforce are to be axed following a 21 percent cut in funding.","","http://www.dailyecho.co.uk/news/8811796.Jobs_axed_at_New_Forest_National_Park/","BH","BH24","","2011","01","25", "Bristol Safer Homes Project","Bristol City Council is planning to slash funding for its Safer Homes Project, cutting £150k from its £250k budget in 2011/12. The Safer Homes Project is funded by the council and managed by the police. The scheme helps protect victims and potential victims of crime and their homes. Houses that have been burgled will often be targetted again, but after the Safer Homes carpenters have made the houses more secure, this risk is reduced from 11 percent of homes suffering a repeat break-in to less than one percent. Each Safer Homes van is driven by a Home Office crime prevention-trained carpenter, who can fit basic security improvements such as bolts, chains, viewers and smoke alarms to households. The vans aim to secure 625 properties each – giving a target of 5,000 a year. The service has previously been offered free of charge to victims of crime, potential victims and those living in crime hotspots. The scheme also helps victims of hate crime and domestic abuse. However, the proposed funding cut will mean that the service will move from universal to targeted provision, based on need and vulnerability. The current fleet of eight Safer Homes vans will be halved to four. The council says the cuts will not affect domestic violence or hate crime victims, who remain a priority.","http://www.bristol.gov.uk/ccm/cms-service/stream/asset/?asset_id=36158005&","http://www.bristol.gov.uk/ccm/content/Community-Living/Crime-Prevention/safer-bristol-partnership/crime-prevention---information-and-advice/safer-homes-project.en","BS","","","2011","01","25", "Bristol housing support","Bristol City Council is planning to reduce its Tenant Support Service budget by 20 percent in 2011/12, meaning that either fewer tenants will be supported, or support periods will be reduced. The Tenant Support Service offers individual support to people who are vulnerable, including those who have difficulties due to disability, mental health issues, drug or alcohol problems or domestic violence. The service helps tenants sort out any problems with their housing, access benefits and services, sort out bills and debts, and signposts training and employment opportunities, among others. The council also plans to reduce the size of its private sector team by nine staff members by ending fixed term contracts. The cut will mean a reduced level of service from the council, such that it will not respond to calls unless there is a serious housing or public health issue. An example given by the council is that it will not deal with overgrown gardens, while drainage problems will in future be the responsibility of Wessex Water.","http://www.bristol.gov.uk/ccm/cms-service/stream/asset/?asset_id=36158005&","http://www.bristol.gov.uk/ccm/content/Housing/tenant-support/Tenant-support-service.en","BS","","","2011","01","25", "Voluntary Action Wakefield District","Voluntary Action Wakefield District (VAWD) saw the majority of its funding cut with immediate effect by Wakefield Council in July 2010. The decision was made by the Wakefield Together Executive following a massive reduction in the council's Performance Reward Grant, which was cut by the government within weeks of the May 2010 election. The cut to VAWD's funding was made without consultation or prior warning. VAWD warned at the time that it would review its services, leading to an inevitable reduction in the services it provided to voluntary groups in Wakefield.","http://www.wakefieldvcs.org.uk/newsitem/329","","WF","","","2011","01","25", "Leicester Museums to be closed","Leicester City Council plans to close three museums and a historic building – except for special occasions. Public access to Jewry Wall museum, Belgrave Hall, Abbey Pumping Station and the Guildhall will end in October, and the sites will open only for scheduled events, such as school visits and steam days at the pumping station. Their only lifeline would be if private organisations stepped forward to take over the day-to-day running of the attractions from the council. Sarah Levitt, head of Leicester arts and museums, said: ""The city's heritage buildings are wonderful and provide benefits for everyone. ""But they are not part of the core business of the council and this is an opportunity to look at these services again and decide on the best way to run them in the future.""","http://www.thisisleicestershire.co.uk/news/Museums-closed-cutbacks/article-3145194-detail/article.html","","LE","","","2011","01","26", "Croydon Clocktower","Croydon Council is slashing its arts and culture budget which means that the Clocktower, an arts complex comprising a cinema, bar, and event room called the Braithwaite Hall, is being closed.","","","CR","CR9","1ET","2011","01","26", "Visit Lincolnshire","Lincolnshire County Council's main tourism body has been forced into administration after losing almost £670,000 in funding. Directors of Visit Lincolnshire said there was ""no prospect"" of getting enough money to continue operating after March 2011. The group, which promotes Lincolnshire's GBP1 billion tourism industry, said it would formally lodge a notice of intention to appoint administrators. East Midlands Development Agency, which is being axed, has cut its £400,000 grant to the group while the county council has axed its £268,000 in funding. A final decision on budget proposals will be confirmed in February 2011.","http://mediapoint.press.net/article.jsp?id=7346945","","LN","","","2011","01","26", "BBC South website","The BBC South website is to be scrapped due to cuts in the BBC's online budget.","http://www.brightonandhovenews.org/2011/01/bbc-south-website-is-for-the-chop/","","National","","","2011","01","26", "Coventry & Warwickshire Connexions","On 25th January 2011, staff at Coventry & Warwickshire Connexions - a youth careers advice and information service - were informed that Warwickshire County Council planned to cease funding for an Information, Advice & Guidance service altogether, even though there is a statutory requirement for such a service in schools. All Connexions staff have been issued with stage one redundancy notices. The Youth Service currently operates over 30 youth clubs, projects or centres across the county.","","","CV","","","2011","01","27", "Albert Dane Centre, Ealing","Ealing Council plans to close the Albert Dane Centre at the end of March 2011. The Albert Dane Centre is a day centre for adults aged 18-64 with a physical disability and/or a sensory impairment. The building is fully adapted for the use of people with disabilities and wheelchair users.","","http://www.sadealing.blogspot.com/","UB","UB2","5HA","2011","01","27", "Links Project, Ealing","Ealing Council plans to close the Links Project at the end of March 2011. The Links Project is a day service that runs from two geographical bases: one in the east of the London Borough of Ealing (Acton) and the other in the west of the borough (Greenford). It endeavours to work with communities to promote mental wellbeing and support people with significant mental health problems. Its aims are: • Prevent or minimise frequent re-admission to hospital • Promote the development of interpersonal relationships • Allow people opportunities to explore their potential and follow their aspirations within the wider community • Assist with seeking meaningful activities, courses and training • Enable people to enhance their social and communication skills • Promote independence and peer support. The service is for people who: • Are experiencing severe and enduring mental illness • Need to develop and learn new skills • Want to engage in meaningful activities","","http://www.sadealing.blogspot.com/","W","W4","","2011","01","27", "Lewisham Connexions","Lewisham Council will axe all funding for its Connexions service, which gives information and advice for young people aged 13-19, on 31st March 2011, with all staff made redundant.","http://laca.org.uk/2011/01/17/breaking-news-connexions-service-to-be-closed-31-march/","","SE","","","2011","01","27", "Suffolk Connexions and youth services","Suffolk County Council is planning to make severe cuts to its Connexions youth advice service and other youth services. All youth clubs and projects are closing or being 'divested'. All Youth and Connexions full and part time workers are losing their jobs on 31st March 2011 and will have to apply under new terms and conditions for new job roles that are in the process of being developed. This will result in the loss of around 70 percent of the workforce. Young people, the public and other agencies have not been and will not be consulted on this; the council claims this is not necessary as young people etc have been consulted in the past. At present the youth service deliver work on youth access, detached youth work, diversity, sexual health, schools work, teenage parents, and young people not attending school or at risk of exclusion.","","","IP","","","2011","01","27", "Birmingham Citizens Advice Bureau","Birmingham Citizens Advice Bureau is expected to shut down all five of its advice centres after the city council decided to withdraw all its funding, worth £600k a year. The CAB, the largest in the country, said it would have to close all of its advice centres on 11th February 2011 with the loss of 45 jobs, unless replacement funding could be found. The council said it would continue to commission advice services on a smaller scale, but would not begin the commissioning process until August 2011.","http://www.thirdsector.co.uk/News/DailyBulletin/1051699/Birmingham-Citizens-Advice-close-five-centres/538CB894D4B789308924131610CD20DB/?DCMP=EMC-CONDailyBulletin","","B","","","2011","01","27", "Devon Record Office","Devon Record Office collects and preserves the historical records of Devon and makes them available to all who wish to study them. Devon County Council intends to reduce its funding by 30 percent. The cuts will affect the main county record office in Exeter, North Devon Record Office in Barnstaple, and the Modern Records Unit. At present, 22 full and part-time staff are employed at the three offices. The proposed cuts will result in the loss of seven full-time equivalent posts - up to nine people in total. If the cuts take effect there will be a reduction in the level of service offered, including significantly reduced opening hours.","http://www.thisisdevon.co.uk/news/Fury-brutal-cuts-UK-s-richest-archive/article-3145666-detail/article.html","http://www.devon.gov.uk/record_office.htm","EX","EX2","7NL","2011","01","28", "Croydon Youth Services","Decision taken on Monday to cut nearly £2 million from youth service budget in Croydon. Will mean youth clubs that have over 1000 young people per month attending will no longer run plus others around the Borough","","www.croydon.gov.uk","CR","CR","","2011","01","28", "Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Futures","Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Futures comprises Connexions Nottinghamshire and various bodies dealing with education and training commissioning and education-business links. Connexions helps young people in schools, colleges and training providers as well as providing advice and careers guidance to unemployed people. More than 60 compulsory redundancies from a 300-strong workforce will take effect from the end of March 2011. These follow voluntary redundancies and early retirements in 2010.","","http://findarticles.com/p/news-articles/nottingham-evening-post/mi_8158/is_20110121/60-advice-jobs-cutbacks/ai_n56713351/","NG","NG","","2011","01","29", "Adult education concessionary fees","As a result of a 25 percent funding cut for adult education from 2011 to 2015, the Skills Funding Agency has reduced the groups of learners entitled to concessionary fees. This means that from August 2011 those in receipt of the following benefits will no longer be able to use them to claim any concessionary or reduced rates: * Council Tax Benefit * Housing Benefit * Income Support * Working Tax Credit * Pension Credit * Receipt of contribution based ESA (unless in the Work Related Activity Group) * The unwaged dependants of those in receipt of the above benefits * Those aged between 60 and 64 on 31 August 2011 Those who will remain entitled to concessionary rates are: * Learners who are on skills for life literacy and numeracy based programmes. Those who are studying English for speakers of other languages (ESOL) are not included in this group * Those in receipt of Job Seekers Allowance (JSA) and their partners where there is a joint claim * Those in receipt of Employment Support Allowance (ESA) in the Work Related Activity Group","","","National","","","2011","02","06", "Isle of Wight libraries","Isle of Wight Council plans to shut nine of its 11 libraries. Cowes, Sandown, Ventnor and Freshwater libraries would remain open until 31 March 2012 in the hope that community-run libraries will be set up instead. East Cowes, Bembridge, Shanklin, Niton and Brighstone libraries are due to close on 31 March 2011. The plans include enhancement of the two surviving libraries, at Newport and Ryde, which will open for 50 hours a week. The council stresses that volunteers can be found to run the libraries it plans shut. The music library, which enables the local orchestra to procure scores, is to be closed.","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-hampshire-12022634","","PO","PO30","","2011","01","29", "Gloucester Financial Inclusion Fund staff","The following redundancies have been announced in Gloucester's Financial Inclusion Fund (FIF) team at Podsmead. * FIF Debt Advice Service debt specialist (full-time, 37 hours pw) covering Gloucester and Cheltenham - redundant from 31 March 2011 * FIF caseworker assistant (10 hours pw) - redundant from 31 March 2011 * FIF Administrator (18 hours pw) - redundant from 31 March 2011 The FIF debt team provides advice to people struggling with debts and bills or bailiffs and court action. The team is supported by eight volunteers who carry out receptionist duties. The volunteers have not been consulted on the redundancies. Other advice posts at Matson and Parry Hall are currently under threat of redundancy, although as of January 2011 no specific date has been given for when these redundancies will take effect: * 1 x Generalist Advice including Debt (35 hours pw) * 2 x Generalist Advice (30 hours pw) Administration posts based at Matson, in consultation since 10 Jan 2011: * Finance and Administration Manager (full-time, 37 hours pw) * 2 x Administration Assistants/Receptionists One 25 hours pw post of 25 hours per week is to be created to service existing commissioned benefits advice to children's centres. Administration is to be reduced to two posts that the new draft job description appears to combine the redundant Finance and Administration Manager's job with the existing Administration Assistant/Receptionist's role. These redundancies effectively take away the independent, impartial, free face-to-face advice service provided by GL Communities for the people of Gloucester.","","","GL","GL2","5BA","2011","01","29", "Wovercote Young People's Club","Funding has been completely removed for Youth Services in North Oxford. WYPC has provided activities for kids for years especially during the long summer holiday often taking groups for adventure holidays when thier parents could probably not afford a holiday themselves. Given that front line police services are also being cut this is bound to lead to groups of children hanging around the streets bored with noone to keep an eye on them.","http://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/news/8905612.Youth_schemes_look_for_supporters/#","http://www.spired.com/centres/wolvercote.htm","OX","OX2 ","8AU","2011","04","14", "Wiltshire libraries","Ten villages have been told their libraries will close unless unpaid volunteers staff them, while others face reduced hours. Ten of the 31 council operated libraries in the county will be closed unless volunteers agree to keep them open. They include libraries at Aldbourne, Box, Lyneham, Market Lavington, Purton and Ramsbury as well as others in the south of the county. Of the remaining libraries, Cricklade and Pewsey will be cut from 20 and 24 hours to 14 hours per week, while Corsham, Malmesbury and Marlborough will be cut from 39.5, 38.5 and 42.5 hours to 33 hours per week. Calne will will be cut from 46 to 40 hours, Devizes from 51 to 43 hours, and Chippenham from 55 to 49 hours a week. Before Christmas 2010, 17.5 full time posts were made redundant from library services. More librarians will be made redundant as part of the community transfer, which council bosses hope will take place by September 2011.","http://www.thisiswiltshire.co.uk/news/headlines/8816610.Work_for_free_or_lose_Wiltshire_libraries/","","SN","SN","","2011","01","31", "Isle of Wight Libraries","The isle of wight council plan to close a series of libraries across the island cutting off a vital service all over the island, it is yet to be confirmed which libraries wil go but seeing as the county council don't give a flying fuck about public opinion.","","","PO","","","2011","02","01", "Ventnor Botanic Garden","Isle of Wight Council voted to withdraw its £500,000 annual funding for the botanical garden in Ventnor and to shut off free access and charge for its use. The garden is home to one of the largest collections of southern hemisphere plants in the UK, but is also an important community hub for the whole area; schools use it as a site to offer children free trips to explore the exotic plants. As a Grade II registered garden, Ventnor Botanic Garden must remain a public space, but there are fears that the cuts may mean specialist staff will have to go, putting the survival of the plant collection under threat.","http://www.rhs.org.uk/Gardens/News/Future-doubt-for--renowned--plant-collection","","PO","PO38","1UL","2011","02","01", "BBC World Service","Up to 650 jobs are to go, five language services are to be closed and many radio stations are to be axed at the BBC World Service as part of £46m of cuts brought about by reduced funding from the Foreign Office. For details of the campaign against the cuts see the facebook group SOS BBC World Service at http://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#!/home.php?sk=group_178252875543182 ","","http://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#!/home.php?sk=group_178252875543182","National","","","2011","02","01", "Blackpool Council staff","Blackpool Council is suffering the consequences of a £27m budget reduction as 700 town hall jobs are being axed. ","","http://www.touchstoneblog.org.uk/2011/02/cuts-watch-360-further-redundancies-and-impacts-for-vulnerable-groups/","FY","FY1","1NF","2011","02","01", "Falkirk district libraries","Falkirk Council is planning to shut all of its libraries on Saturday afternoons and reduce evening opening hours. The affected libraries are: * Falkirk * Polmont * Grangemouth * Bo'ness * Bonnybridge * Denny * Larbert * Slamannan","","http://www.facebook.com/pages/Keep-Falkirk-Libraries-open/185973501437129?v=info&ref=ts","FK","","","2011","02","05", "Lincolnshire County Council staff","Lincolnshire County Council is planning to axe over 800 jobs in response to required savings of £18 million a year. The council budget needs to be cut by 2015 to cope with losing £42.8 million of government cash between 2011 and 2013. Children’s services and adult/children's commissioning suffered the biggest hit, with 522 out of 2,000 staff posts expected to be cut.","","http://www.touchstoneblog.org.uk/2011/02/cuts-watch-360-further-redundancies-and-impacts-for-vulnerable-groups/","LN","LN1","","2011","02","01", "Leicester adult care charges","Leicester City Council introduced the following increases to its adult social care charges in January 2011: * Increase the standard charge for home care services from £9.15 per hour to £11.25 per hour - a 23 percent rise * Increase to full cost service users in City Council elderly persons homes from £402 to £414 per week * Increase charges for mobile meals and meals in day centres or at elderly people's homes for non-residents from £2.85 to £2.95 The increased charges are in advance of a broader review of social care and health services as part of the move to personal budgets for adult care.","http://www.cabinet.leicester.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=23715","","LE","LE1","","2011","02","01", "Leicester Consumer Advice Centre","Leicester City Council is planning to close its Consumer Advice Centre. The centre, which is part of the council's trading standards division, provides information and advice on consumer law matters to residents and informs consumers and suppliers about their rights and duties. The council also plans to axe one trading standards post and one health and safety post.","http://www.leicester.gov.uk/EasySiteWeb/getresource.axd?AssetID=73477&type=full&servicetype=Attachment","","LE","LE1","6AF","2011","02","01", "Leicester car park charges","Leicester City Council plans to increase its car parking charges by 10 percent in 2011/12.","http://www.leicester.gov.uk/EasySiteWeb/getresource.axd?AssetID=73477&type=full&servicetype=Attachment","","LE","","","2011","02","01", "Leicester street cleaning","Leicester City Council plans to reduce the number of applied sweepers it uses, as well as making other savings from its street washing operation, during 2011/12. There will also be no cover for holidays or short-term sickness.","http://www.leicester.gov.uk/EasySiteWeb/getresource.axd?AssetID=73477&type=full&servicetype=Attachment","","LE","","","2011","02","01", "Leicester museums","Leicester City Council plans to make the following cutbacks to local museums and galleries: * four museums will be closed to the public from October 2011 - Belgrave Hall, Jewry Wall, The Guildhall, and Abbey Pumping Station. The sites will open only for scheduled events, such as school visits and steam days at the pumping station * scrapping plans to replace the City Gallery and increase provision at New Walk Museum * introduce admission charges for non-residents at New Walk Museum and Newarke Houses * reduced grant to the Curve Theatre and Phoenix Square cinema and gallery","http://www.leicester.gov.uk/EasySiteWeb/getresource.axd?AssetID=73477&type=full&servicetype=Attachment","http://www.thisisleicestershire.co.uk/news/Museums-closed-cutbacks/article-3145194-detail/article.html","LE","","","2011","02","01", "Wick tax office","Wick tax office is due to close in spring 2012, with the potential loss of 20 jobs. The plans date back to the previous government in 2008, although redundancy payments to staff will be reduced under legislation introduced by the coalition government.","http://www.johnogroat-journal.co.uk/news/fullstory.php/aid/8959/Hope_fading_for_Wick_tax_office.html","http://www.facebook.com/pages/Wick-Wants-Work/190017934359184","KW","KW1","4HJ","2011","02","02", "North Yorkshire Police","North Yorkshire Police will have its funding cut by more than £19 million between 2011 and 2015. The force has indicated that more than 500 police officers and civilian staff posts could go. Within this, the force has announced plans to 'forcibly retire' 210 police officers during the four-year period, including 105 constables, 58 sergeants, 33 inspectors, seven chief inspectors, four superintendents and three chief superintendents.","http://www.yorkpress.co.uk/news/8736215.Public_funding_cuts__Over_200_police_officers_could_be_forced_to_retire/","http://www.yorkpress.co.uk/news/8826923.Axe_hangs_over_500_police_jobs/","DL","","","2011","02","02", "North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service","North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service will see its funding reduced by 5.9 per cent next year, including the scrapping of up-to-date control rooms for 999 calls.","http://www.gazetteherald.co.uk/news/8813015.__220m_bill_for_doomed_fire_headquarters/","","National","DL6","2ND","2011","02","02", "HM Coastguard, Bridlington","The government is currently consulting on proposals to close ten of the country’s eighteen coastguard stations. The Humber Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Centre, based in Bridlington, is one of five nationwide that will remain open but have its hours slashed. Under the proposals the station, which covers Scarborough, will only operate from 9am to 7pm, and two-thirds of coastguards will be axed. Responsibility for co-ordinating night rescues would pass to one of only three 24 hour stations, hundreds of miles away in Aberdeen, Dover or Southampton.","","http://www.scarborougheveningnews.co.uk/news/local/coastguard_fears_over_service_cuts_1_2874891","YO","YO15","2LX","2011","02","02", "National Park Cuts","The Yorkshire Dales National Park said their cuts represented a drop of 28.5% over the four years. The North Yorkshire Moors faces a similar cut. Park authority chiefs say that the cuts will lead to a reduction in the services offered, as well as the number of staff on the payroll.","","http://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/news/8820774._Headlong_rush__to_make_cuts_hits_park/","YO","DL8","3EL","2011","02","02", "North York Moors National Park","North York Moors National Park is relying on volunteers after cutting staff numbers by 11 percent. The authority that runs the park will lose nearly a quarter of its government funding over the next four years, and is currently consulting on how to meet its reduced budget.","","http://news.bbc.co.uk/local/york/hi/people_and_places/newsid_9364000/9364947.stm","YO","YO62","","2011","02","02", "NHS North Yorkshire and York","The local NHS trust has halted IVF treatment whilst planning to make around 60 members of staff redundant to reduce management costs, as part of efficiency savings across the NHS.","","http://www.yorkpress.co.uk/news/8420280.Health_bosses_plan_cuts_after_revealing___23_million_shortfall/","HG","","","2011","02","02", "Selby bus depot","A dozen jobs are to be lost at Selby bus depot following £600,000 of subsidy cuts by North Yorkshire County Council. The cuts will also mean a loss of bus services after 5.30pm on weekdays, and services on Sundays and Bank Holidays will be reduced to one bus to York.","http://www.yorkpress.co.uk/news/8746629.12_jobs_to_be_lost_at_bus_company/?ref=rss","","YO","YO8","4NW","2011","02","02", "Refugee Council","The Refugee Council, which provides essential and in some cases life-saving support to asylum seekers, refugees and their children, has had its budget cut by 62 percent. The Refugee Integration and Employment Service, a part of the Refugee Council that helps people to integrate into British society, has been scrapped completely. Funding for the Refugee Council's one stop service, where refugees can meet bilingual advisers, will be cut by 62 percent to £2m, whiile the wraparound initial accommodation facility will see reductions of 50 percent to £726,000. The charity, which relies on the UK Border Agency (UKBA) for 78 percent of its £20.1m revenue, will have to lose around one third of its 300 staff and close two of its seven centres to meet the cuts. It has already sustained 22 percent cuts to its government funding, resulting in 52 redundancies, and has made 27-60 percent cuts to a number of key services, including the help it offers unaccompanied children. The Refugee Council are asking people to contact their MP about cuts to refugee advice services. You can do this at www.refugeecouncil.org.uk/cuts","http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/feb/01/refugee-services-heavy-hit-cuts","http://www.refugeecouncil.org.uk/news/archive/press/310111_press_UKBA_cut_funds_refugee_services","National","","","2011","02","03", "Manchester Sure Start Family Work","Manchester Family support work with vulnerable families with a child under 5. Majority social work referrals, families with complex needs. Being cut by 25% for voluntary sector jobs, not known yet about MCC staff.","","","M","","","2011","02","03", "East End Life","East End Life, Tower Hamlets Council’s weekly free paper, is under review with all options being considered, including scrapping it. Takki Sulaiman, Head of Communications for Tower Hamlets Council, said: “One of the key questions for the review will be to see if we can save money by using the website more and reducing the frequency of delivery.” Everyone who has an interest in East End Life is being asked to contribute their views. The review will report in May 2011.","","http://www.towerhamlets.gov.uk/news/council_news/january/east_end_life_review.aspx","E","E14","","2011","02","04", "Lewisham adult education","Community Education Lewisham (CEL) is withdrawing its 50 percent concessionary adult education fee from those aged 60-64, with only the over-65s now eligible. In addition, while CEL has kept the current £4 hourly subsidised rate, it has increased the Extras cost to £7.50 per hour - the true cost is around £9 per hour.","","","SE","SE6","","2011","02","06", "North Ayrshire schools","North Ayrshire Council is looking at ways to cut education costs that include raising the starting age to six, increasing class sizes and cutting the number of school buildings. An earlier proposal to switch to a four-day school week has been rejected. Sources: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-12376923 http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/education/schools-face-4-day-week-1.1083598 http://news.scotsman.com/news/Fourday-week-for-schools-as.6712702.jp http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-12380012 http://news.stv.tv/scotland/west-central/226450-four-day-school-week-proposal-in-north-ayrshire-axed","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-12380012 ","","KA","KA12","","2011","02","25", "Asylum Seekers Unit (Your Homes Newcastle)","The Home Office has decided not to award Your Homes Newcastle’s Asylum Seekers Unit (ASU) an extension on their contract despite the award-winning service that they have provided to asylum seekers and local communities in Newcastle since December 1999. The Asylum Seeker Unit was one part of the North East Contracting Consortium for Asylum Support (NECCAS) that has developed a comprehensive support network which not only acknowledged the wider social issues involved in providing asylum seeker support, but was highly regarded in the region amongst the voluntary sector and their clients. Despite all of the evidence in favour of the NECCAS bid, the private sector bid won out. As a consequence, the expertise and professionalism developed by organisations like the ASU over years will be lost. The community cohesion implications of this are enormous. It is the opinion of the Citywide group, composed of workers from the sector, that there will be a far greater price to be paid by the local authority in terms of homelessness, ghettoisation and community tension as a consequence of this cut.","","http://on.fb.me/eI2BVC","NE","NE7","7LX","2011","02","08", "Deddington Library","Deddington Library is on the list of proposed closures drawn up by Oxfordshire County Council.","","","OX","OX15","0SH","2011","02","08", "Lambeth People First","People First Lambeth is a charity that supports people with learning difficulties to stand up for themselves and take control of their lives. They have lost 90 percent of their funding. ","","http://www.peoplefirstlambeth.org.uk/","SW","SW9","7AA","2011","02","08", "Manchester public toilets","Manchester City Council plans to close all its public toilets except those on Mount Street, which will be subject to a small charge.","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-12389726","","M","","","2011","02","08", "Levenshulme Swimming Pools","Manchester City Council plans to shut Levenshulme Swimming Pools.","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-12389726","","M","M19","3HE","2011","02","08", "Miles Platting Swimming Pools","Manchester City Council plans to shut Miles Platting Swimming Pools.","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-12389726","","M","M40","8EE","2011","02","08", "Clayton Library","Manchester City Council plans to shut Clayton Library, one of five smaller libraries set for closure. The move follows the opening of the new Beswick Library.","http://www.manchester.gov.uk/info/500136/local_libraries/598/clayton_library/1","","M","M11","4NE","2011","02","08", "East City Library","Manchester City Council plans to shut East City Library, one of five smaller libraries set for closure across the city. The move follows the opening of the new Beswick Library.","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-12389726","","M","M11","2WH","2011","02","08", "Rack House Library","Manchester City Council plans to shut Rack House Library in Wythenshawe, one of five smaller libraries set for closure across the city. The move follows the opening of the new Brooklands Library.","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-12389726","","M","M23","0BT","2011","02","08", "Barlow Moor Library","Manchester City Council plans to shut Barlow Moor Library, one of five smaller libraries set for closure across the city.","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-12389726","","M","M21","7NN","2011","02","08", "Miles Platting Library","Manchester City Council plans to shut Miles Platting Library, one of five libraries set for closure across the city.","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-12389726","","M","M40","8EE","2011","02","08", "Manchester car parking","Manchester City Council plans to end free parking on Sundays, while on-street charging will be extended to 12 hours, 7am to 7pm. Charging for council-owned district centre car parks will be introduced where it will not simply displace parking to residential areas. On-street charging will be increased following a strategic parking review.","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-12389726","http://www.manchester.gov.uk/egov_downloads/NeighbourhoodServicesDirectorate.pdf","M","","","2011","02","08", "Manchester waste collection and street cleaning","Manchester City Council plans to collect general waste fortnightly rather than weekly, although food waste collection will still be weekly. One collection round will be removed, while a bulky waste charge will be introduced for three or more collections per household per year. Meanwhile, overnight street cleaning - between midnight and 6am - will end across the city. Instead, workers will wait until 6am before clearing the streets of debris left the night before. In addition, street washing (to remove chewing gum etc) will be halved.","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-12389726","http://menmedia.co.uk/manchestereveningnews/news/s/1407488_libraries_shut_free_parking_bin_collections_hit__more_details_of_services_affected_by_cuts?related_link","M","","","2011","02","08", "Manchester Advice","Manchester City Council plans to shut its Manchester Advice service, which provides free and confidential advice and information to Manchester residents. Manchester Advice provides information on a range of subjects, such as moving into work, education or training, benefits and pensions, and housing problems. The council says that the service is no longer required as it has commissioned the Citizens Advice Bureau and its partners to provide general welfare and advice services across the city.","http://www.manchester.gov.uk/egov_downloads/AdultsDirectorate.pdf","","M","","","2011","02","08", "Manchester day care centres","Manchester City Council plans to combine its adult day care service centres to create one centre for each locality. Each centre will combine phyisical disability, Manchester Learning Disabilities Partnership and older people.","http://www.manchester.gov.uk/egov_downloads/AdultsDirectorate.pdf","","National","","","2011","02","08", "Manchester adult care reablement fittings","Manchester City Council will no longer supply equipment under £25 to help vulnerable people stay in their own homes. The council will also ask registered social landlords to fund their own adaptations to enable people to live at home. Equipment and adaptations to help vulnerable people live at home are part of 'reablement', which enables them to move out of more expensive council-run adult care housing and instead live in their own homes. The council plans to achieve much of its targeted adult care savings by sharply increasing the proportion of its adult care service users who benefit from reablement from 43 percent to 70 percent.","http://www.manchester.gov.uk/egov_downloads/AdultsDirectorate.pdf","","M","","","2011","02","08", "Manchester supported housing","Manchester City Council plans to axe 340 supported housing units, which provide homes for the city's most needy people. The decision stems from a £12.6m cut in the Supporting People grant that the council receives from central government.","http://menmedia.co.uk/manchestereveningnews/news/s/1407491_homes_for_most_needy_are_scrapped","","M","","","2011","02","08", "Manchester adult care individual budgets","Manchester City Council is planning to make cuts to the Individual Budgets it provides for adult care users. Previously, adult care users could have a mixture of in-house services (eg day centres), cash individual budgets, and virtual individual budgets. However, under the council's plans, cash individual budgets will be restricted, saving £1.466m overall.","http://www.manchester.gov.uk/egov_downloads/AdultsDirectorate.pdf","","M","","","2011","02","08", "Manchester play schemes","Manchester City Council is considering reducing the universal provision of play schemes and outdoor play and ceasing funding for the private, voluntary and independent sector in this area. These possible cuts are an option for meeting required savings of £375k from 2011-13.","http://www.manchester.gov.uk/egov_downloads/ChildrensServicesDirectorate.pdf","","M","","","2011","02","08", "Manchester Sure Start and youth centres","Manchester City Council plans to hand over its 20 youth centres and 36 Sure Start nurseries to partner organisations such as charities. A £1m budget will be in place to commission these services, but where no organisation can be found to take over a youth centre or Sure Start nursery, that service will close. In addition, early years teachers at Sure Start nurseries will be scrapped, with around 30 jobs going. Manchester's Sure Start nurseries provide childcare, health and education services for some of the city's poorest parents.","http://menmedia.co.uk/manchestereveningnews/news/s/1407490_nurseries_hit_as_youth_centres_face_the_axe?related_link","http://www.manchester.gov.uk/egov_downloads/ChildrensServicesDirectorate.pdf","M","","","2011","02","08", "Manchester school improvement service","Manchester City Council plans to transfer its school improvement service to a social enterprise independent of the council. Schools would then commission specific services directly from the social enterprise.","http://www.manchester.gov.uk/egov_downloads/ChildrensServicesDirectorate.pdf","","M","","","2011","02","08", "Manchester highways maintenance","Manchester City Council plans to significantly cut its highways maintenance capital spending, with only essential repairs carried out. New speed bumps or community road safety schemes will not be funded.","http://menmedia.co.uk/manchestereveningnews/news/s/1407488_libraries_shut_free_parking_bin_collections_hit__more_details_of_services_affected_by_cuts?related_link","http://www.manchester.gov.uk/egov_downloads/NeighbourhoodServicesDirectorate.pdf","M","","","2011","02","09", "Manchester CCTV","Manchester City Council plans to save £21k in 2011/12 by cancelling the installation of new CCTV cameras.","http://www.manchester.gov.uk/egov_downloads/NeighbourhoodServicesDirectorate.pdf","","M","","","2011","02","09", "Manchester school crossing patrols","The number of lollipop patrols at Manchester schools is likely to be cut as Manchester City Council reviews funding for school crossing patrols in an attempt to save £626k in 2012/13. In addition, the council will review the provision of road safety education in order to save £132k in 2011/12. Both reviews will be carried out in conjunction with local schools.","http://www.manchester.gov.uk/egov_downloads/NeighbourhoodServicesDirectorate.pdf","http://menmedia.co.uk/manchestereveningnews/news/s/1407488_libraries_shut_free_parking_bin_collections_hit__more_details_of_services_affected_by_cuts?related_link","M","","","2011","02","09", "Manchester libraries service","Manchester City Council plans to implement a variety of cuts to its library service: * review of opening hours, to save £463k from 2011-13 * review of the mobile library service, to save £500k from 2011-13 * 20 percent cut to the book fund * homework support provision to either cease or be directly funded by schools from July 2011 * reduced IT replacement programme * 50 percent reduction in IT facilitators Hulme Library will be relocated, while five libraries - Clayton, East City, Rack House, Barlow Moor and Miles Platting - will close (these closures are listed individually on the False Economy site).","http://www.manchester.gov.uk/egov_downloads/NeighbourhoodServicesDirectorate.pdf","","M","","","2011","02","09", "Arcadia Sports Hall","Manchester City Council plans to close Arcadia Sports Hall in Levenshulme unless an alternative provider can be found. Arcadia Sports Hall is a long standing community venue that is the 'home' of Manchester Roller Hockey Club. It consists of two squash courts plus a large multi-purpose sports hall used for five-a-side football and roller hockey. The hall is used by local schools and for holiday activities.","http://www.manchester.gov.uk/news/article/5875/council_publishes_proposed_budget_details","","M","M19","3PH","2011","02","09", "Ardwick Leisure Centre","Manchester City Council plans to shut Ardwick Leisure Centre unless an alternative provider can be found. Ardwick Leisure Centre is a multi-purpose sports hall that offers a wide range of activities including badminton, basketball, five-a-side football, netball and volleyball.","http://www.manchester.gov.uk/news/article/5875/council_publishes_proposed_budget_details","","M","M12","4NE","2011","02","09", "Ten Acres Leisure Centre","Manchester City Council plans to shut Ten Acres Leisure Centre unless an alternative provider can be found. Ten Acres Leisure Centre offers a full size outdoor astroturf pitch and a multi-purpose sports hall. The centre caters for a variety of sporting activities including football, hockey, badminton and basketball. The hall is used for martial arts and yoga classes, and as a training facility for various local football clubs.","http://www.manchester.gov.uk/news/article/5875/council_publishes_proposed_budget_details","","M","M40","2SP","2011","02","09", "Debdale Outdoor Centre","Manchester City Council plans to shut Debdale Outdoor Centre unless an alternative provider can be found. Debdale is a purpose-built outdoor centre. Activities include dinghy sailing, windsurfing, canoeing and kayaking, powerboating, rock climbing, abseiling, hillwalking, gorge scrambling, orienteering, camping, navigation, multi-activity and team-building activities.","http://www.manchester.gov.uk/news/article/5875/council_publishes_proposed_budget_details","","M","M18","7LJ","2011","02","09", "Manchester neglected buildings","Manchester City Council plans to save £12k in 2011/12 by reducing work on neglected buildings, and £13k through reducing its enforcement of building regulations.","http://www.manchester.gov.uk/egov_downloads/CorporateCoreDepartments.pdf","","M","","","2011","02","09", "Equality & Human Rights Commission","The government plans to cut the EHRC budget by over 65%, cut staff by over half and remove it's advice and grant giving functions. Staff working in the English regions and North Wales who work with communities would lose their jobs, and the public helpline would be outsourced. The grants programme for voluntary and community groups would cease. The EHRC's enforcement powers to hold employers to account would be rendered ineffective, because the commission would no longer have the resources to support cases, carry out investigations or enforce the public sector equality duties. The leadership of the EHRC are happy to implement these cuts, but the fightback campaign by PCS members at the EHRC has already begun.","","http://www.pcs.org.uk/en/news_and_events/news_centre/index.cfm/id/37056652-BEF0-4DCC-AB62BED7D4673158","National","","","2011","02","10", "Rochdale Law Centre","Rochdale Law Centre, a charity law centre serving Rochdale--one of the most deprived areas of the country--has already had its immigration and asylum funding cut by 75%. Further cuts from the public sector threaten to decimate the remaining services, including community care, employment, housing, and discrimination. This means that the most vulnerable and marginalised people in our community won't have access to justice when their rights are threatened.","","www.facebook.com/RochdaleLawCentre","OL","OL16","1RE","2011","02","10", "Funding for English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)","Funding is being reduced and is in some cases disappearing for providing ESOL classes (English for Speakers of Other Languages), typically in Further Education colleges, whether those needing it are under or over 18 years of age and whether or not they are recent immigrants or from so-called settled communities. This limits the work that can be done by those needing to improve their written and spoken English and it limits their prospects. This has adverse effects economically both for the families concerned and nationally - it being the case that those working in the UK but not born here contribute more to the economy (e.g. via taxes) than they take out. This also has adverse effects socially, both for the families concerned and for UK society generally, as you need language to intergrate, contribute to children's education, and to understand and discuss national developments, among many other things. A secondary but important effect of these cuts is that trained and experienced ESOL teachers are becoming redundant, which has serious consequences for them and their families and also entails the loss of their considerable skills","","","National","","","2011","02","10", "Roehampton University","The university will cut its staffing bill by 10 percent from 2011-13. These cuts include both academic and support staff.","","","SW","SW15","9PU","2011","02","28", "Lambeth libraries","THE four libraries most under threat of closure in a borough have been revealed. Lambeth council is considering axing the branches as it seeks to make savings of £39million this year following cuts in Government funding. The town hall’s Labour leader, Councillor Steve Reed, said libraries that could go were those considered too expensive to run. They are the Durning Library in Kennington Lane; Waterloo Library in Lower Marsh; Minet Library in Knatchbull Road, Brixton; and Carnegie Library in Herne Hill Road, Herne Hill. ","http://www.southlondon-today.co.uk/news.cfm?id=4709&headline=Closure-threat libraries revealed","http://www.southlondon-today.co.uk/news.cfm?id=4709&headline=Closure-threat libraries revealed","SW","SW","","2011","02","10", "Lambeth lollipop men and women","Lambeth is axing its provision of Lollipop men and women throughout the borough. There were almost 1,200 accidents in the Lambeth last year, the third-highest rate in the capital. No other London borough considers it an option. ","http://www.hernehillforum.org.uk/news/save-our-lollipop-men-and-women-sit-protest?utm_source=Herne+Hill+Forum+Newsletter+master+list&utm_campaign=ba688cff33-School+crossings+patrols+-+sit+in+protest+F","http://www.hernehillforum.org.uk/news/save-our-lollipop-men-and-women-sit-protest?utm_source=Herne+Hill+Forum+Newsletter+master+list&utm_campaign=ba688cff33-School+crossings+patrols+-+sit+in+protest+F","SW","SW","","2011","02","10", "Kent Local Transport Schemes","£4,100,000 has been cut from Kent's local transport schemes, which are intended to ease congestion and improve safety. Furthermore, £608,000 has been cut from the budget which funds speed cameras and signs.","http://danieljfrost.blogspot.com/2010/12/cuts-in-kent-basics.html","http://www.gravesendmessenger.co.uk/kentish_gazette/news/2010/june/24/kcc_announces_service_cuts.aspx","ME","","","2011","02","12", "Kent Pre-School Care Grants","£1,500,000 has been slashed from funding for pre-school care for two-to-four year olds.","http://danieljfrost.blogspot.com/2010/12/cuts-in-kent-basics.html","http://www.gravesendmessenger.co.uk/kentish_gazette/news/2010/june/24/kcc_announces_service_cuts.aspx","ME","ME","","2011","02","12", "Kent Support for Vulnerable People","£736,000 has been cut from the budget which enables vulnerable people to remain independent.","http://danieljfrost.blogspot.com/2010/12/cuts-in-kent-basics.html","http://www.gravesendmessenger.co.uk/kentish_gazette/news/2010/june/24/kcc_announces_service_cuts.aspx","ME","","","2011","02","12", "1,500 KCC Jobs","Kent County Council has announced that it will be cutting 1,500 jobs in order to make up for the budget short fall. As Maidstone is Kent's administrative centre, this is expected to impact heavily upon the town's local economy.","http://danieljfrost.blogspot.com/2010/12/cuts-in-kent-basics.html","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-kent-11604509","ME","ME","","2011","02","12", "1,500 Kent Police Jobs","Kent's police force is cutting 1500 jobs- 500 of which will be uniformed officers. The Chief Constable has warned that this will inevitably lead to an increase in crime.","http://danieljfrost.blogspot.com/2010/12/cuts-in-kent-basics.html","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-kent-11149633","ME","ME","","2011","02","12", "Forensic Science Service","The entire of the government owned Forensic Science Service is being culled. The Forensic Science Service provide impartial forensic services to the police services across the country as well as other organisations. They have an internationally renowned reputation for research and development - indeed many of their breakthroughs have benefited not only the UK but countries around the world. ","","http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2011/mar/30/forensics-cut-disaster","National","","","2011","04","13", "Moray Council staff","Approximately 75 jobs,1.7% of the council's total workforce,are to be lost in the financial year 2011/12 as a result of budget cuts being made across most services totalling £9.5 million. Further job losses are anticipated in 2012/13 and 2013/14 due to ongoing financial pressures.","http://www.moray.gov.uk/moray_news/news_70233.html","http://news.stv.tv/scotland/north/227219-moray-council-approves-budget/","IV","IV30","1BX","2011","02","14", "Reading Borough Council staff","300 jobs are going at Reading Borough Council. This is on the back of 170 who have already left under a voluntary scheme.","","","RG","rg1","7AH","2011","02","14", "Lake District National Park ecologist","One of the two Lake District National Park Ecologist posts has been cut leaving this environmentally sensitive area without adequate ecological advice to prevent damage to habitats and species.","","","LA","LA9 ","7RL","2011","03","23", "Blackburn Council Services (many!)","Mobile library service to be cut and library opening hours reduced. Arts and cultural events / provisions to be cut include reduction in opening hours, special events and local museums reduced to seasonal or four day week opening. Twenty play areas to close, four bowling greens. Half of the housing department to lose their jobs. The affordable housing programme is being scaled back, with less new accommodation being built. The council says this is ‘likely’ to lead to an increase in homelessness. Bus services that currently receive a council subsidy because they do not make a profit for the operator. This will mostly affect rural communities, many of which rely on the bus for a connection to the town centres and vital services, eight routes to be cut including one to the only hospital with A and E in East Lancashire. A further 8 reduced service. Projects to boost employment and regeneration in the borough will be cut by 70 per cent following the demise of the North West Regional Development Agency. Potholes will be repaired on a danger to the public basis only. Public protection work, including dealing with illegal alcohol, tobacco and firework sales, will be reduced, and the community safety budget has been cut by £1.4million. Beat Sweep days, when police and council teams target a specific area, will be reduced, and the council’s ability to prevent domestic violence will be reduced because of a funding cut.","http://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/news/darwen/8839066.Blackburn_with_Darwen_cuts__Where_the_axe_will_fall/","","BB","BB","","2011","02","15", "Mental health","recently told by my psychiatrist that there was very little money available to expand my treatment to allow me to meet Iain Duncan Smiths demands that i look for work","","","PL","pl","","2012","06","20", "Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council staff","The council has issued formal notice that it intends to fire 4,500 council staff and is halving their redundancy pay.","","","HX","","","2011","02","15", "Doncaster council","The elected mayor and his cabinet have decided to close 14 libraries out of doncaster's council 26 libraries. The save our libraries group have organised a family protest ouside the mansion house, high street doncaster at 0915 on monday 21st february, prior to the budget setting full council. doncaster people are asked to bring their families (it's half term) as the total savings is only one and a half million pounds out of a total budget of over £400 million pounds. ","","","DN","dn4","","2011","02","16", "The Benefits Shop","The Benefits Shop is Dudley Council's open door benefits advice service. The council is planning to cut its budget by two thirds from October 2011, with the remaining third being used for 'reprovision' via an in-house, external, or joint service.","","","DY","DY1","1HF","2011","02","17", "Frimley Park Hospital","Frimley Park Hospital NHS Foundation Trust estimates that staff numbers will reduce by the equivalent of 38 full-time posts - three clinical and 35 non-clinical. Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.","","","GU","","","2011","02","22", "Waves Project Weymouth","The Waves Project in Weymouth works with children and babies. It covers drug and alcohol problems, and schoolgirl pregnancies and relies on Local Government funding to help support 4 full timers and 7 part time staff. plus volunteers The Childrens Society funds the work with £157,000. This cut directly affects the vulnerable and poor and deals with cases referred by the Children's Services in Dorset. D.C.C has provided £80,000 for work in Weymouth and Porland where there are identified areas of deprivation. It is this Grant which has been withdrawn from March2011","","www.salisbury.anglican.org","National","DT4","","2011","02","19", "Lewisham Council staff","Lewisham Council plans to cut at least 375 staff posts. Phase I of the cuts will see a net reduction of 240 posts, including 134 redundancies. Phase II of the cuts will include the deletion of at least 135 posts - although local trade unions believe the true figure could be higher.","http://laca.org.uk/whats-being-cut/","","SE","SE6","4RU","2011","02","19", "Lambeth park rangers","Lambeth Council is scrapping its entire park rangers service. Lambeth's park rangers patrol all the borough's parks and green spaces. They help keep an eye on playgrounds and play schemes, sports activities, school visits, festivals and events. They also discourage anti-social use/behaviour which might deter or worry people.","http://lambethsaveourservices.org/2011/02/06/park-rangers-cut-in-budget/","","SW","SW2","","2011","02","19", "Lambeth Council staff","Lambeth Council expects to shed around 800 staff posts from 2011-13 due to budget cutbacks. A council statement says that such a large cut in staff ""is expected to significantly affect the council’s ability to meet the expectations of residents over the coming years.""","http://www.lambeth.gov.uk/NR/rdonlyres/9F23A24A-870D-401A-892D-DFF1DC021945/0/budget241111242011.pdf","","SW","SW2","1RW","2011","02","19", "Kent County Coucil","1500 jobs from KCC shown 550 Further jobs from KCC that are hidden in their budget 167 Jobs from Medway Council so far large unknown number of school support staff losing their jobs Kent police to lose 1000 civilian as well as officer roles Pfizer's In Sandwich to lose 2,500 jobs as it closes its site in Sandwich Large job cuts in Shepway, Thanet, Dover and Canterbury as they move to shared services ","","","ME","ME","","2011","02","21", "Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals staff","Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust expects its workforce requirement to reduce by around 10 percent over the next year. The Trust will attempt to manage this through natural turnover. The Trust currently has 3,810 full-time equivalent funded staff in post, indicating a potential reduction of 380 full-time posts, although this excludes agency staff and vacancies. The Trust provides acute medical services at Basildon University Hospital and Orsett Hospital, and mainly serves the 310,000 population of Basildon and Thurrock in South West Essex, plus some residents of the neighbouring districts of Brentwood (for whom it is the main provider of cardiology services) and Castle Point. Figures sourced under the Freedom of Information Act.","","","SS","SS16","","2011","02","22", "St George's Healthcare staff","St George's Healthcare NHS Trust has announced plans to remove 500 staff posts, including nurses and consultants, plus the closure of at least three wards and 100 beds. The Trust's main site is St George’s Hospital in Tooting, one of the country’s principal teaching hospitals. The Trust also runs the Wolfson Neurorehabilitation Centre in Wimbledon, which cares for patients with neurological conditions such as stroke and spinal injuries, and provides community hospital based care from Queen Mary’s Hospital, Roehampton, 11 health centres and clinics, schools and nurseries, patients' homes and Wandsworth Prison.","http://www.nursingtimes.net/specialist-news/acute-care-news/st-georges-hospital-to-cut-500-posts/5025916.article","","SW","SW17","","2011","02","22", "Milton Keynes Hospital","Milton Keynes Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is forecasting a net reduction equivalent to 280 full-time staff posts from 2011-13 - a 10.8 percent staff cut. The cuts will be split between 68 clinical and 212 non-clinical posts, net of recruitment of new staff. The Trust runs Milton Keynes Hospital, a medium size hospital serving the people living in Milton Keynes and the surrounding areas. Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.","","","MK","MK6","","2011","02","22", "Medway NHS staff","Medway NHS Foundation Trust made a net reduction of 99 staff posts in 2010/11, with 136 posts lost and 37 new posts created. Savings plans for future years have yet to be agreed, with a number of options being discussed including further staffing cuts and the limitation of some services. The Trust runs Medway Maritime Hospital, which treats around 400,000 patients each year mainly in Medway and Swale, but increasingly other parts of North and West Kent as well. Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.","","","ME","ME7","","2011","02","22", "The Christie NHS Foundation Trust","The Christie NHS Foundation Trust plans to reduce staff numbers by the equivalent of 213 full-time posts between 2010 and 2015 - around one in ten of all staff currently employed by the Trust. The breakdown of the cuts, plus the percentage by which each staff category will be reduced, is as follows: * Medical and dental - 3.6 * Nursing, midwifery and health visitors - 42.85 (9%) * Scientific, therapeutic and technical - 40.56 (9%) * Healthcare assistants and clinical support - 52.98 (15%) * Managers - 4.1 * Admin and estates - 61.49 (10%) * Others - 7.38 The Christie is one of Europe’s leading cancer centres, treating more than 40,000 patients a year. It is based in Manchester and serves a population of 3.2 million across Greater Manchester and Cheshire, but as a national specialist around 26 percent of its patients are referred from other parts of the country. Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.","","","M","M20","","2011","02","22", "Sussex Community NHS staff","Sussex Community NHS Trust forecasts a staffing reduction equivalent to 431 full-time posts between 2010 and 2015 - an 11 percent staff cut. The Trust - recently created through a merger of South Downs Health NHS Trust and West Sussex Health - is increasing staffing levels by 67 posts in 2010/11, before cutting 132 posts in 2011/12, 127 posts in 2012/13, 122 posts in 2013/14, and 117 posts in 2014/15. The Trust provides a wide range of mainstream and specialist community and rehabilitation services for children and adults across West Sussex and Brighton & Hove. Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.","","","BN","","","2011","02","23", "Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals staff","Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals NHS Trust is reportedly cutting 250 posts during late 2010 and early 2011. The job losses are expected to come largely from not filling temporary posts, and redeploying existing staff to avoid redundancies. The Trust runs Chase Farm Hospital in Enfield, and Barnet Hospital. It provides specialist hospital treatments and therapies to over half a million patients from Barnet, Enfield, Haringey, East Harrow, South Hertfordshire, South Essex and Waltham Forest.","http://www.enfieldindependent.co.uk/news/localnews/8461249.Job_cuts_looming_at_Chase_Farm_Hospital/","","EN","","","2011","02","23", "County Durham and Darlington NHS staff","County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust anticipates cutting 700 staff posts between 2011 and 2014. The Trust will acquire local Community Health Services in April 2011, at which point it will employ 8,000 staff. While workforce plans have yet to be finalised, they are likely to include 20 percent cuts in the number of back office staff as back office functions are integrated. The majority of the 700 headcount reduction would be from reductions in agency, temporary, bank staffing, and through natural wastage. The Trust runs three main hospitals - Bishop Auckland General Hospital, Darlington Memorial Hospital, and University Hospital of North Durham - and also provide community hospital services from Shotley Bridge and Chester-le-Street community hospitals as well as a range of outpatient, community and outreach services from other sites. Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.","","","DL","","","2011","02","23", "Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals","Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust is planning to reduce its workforce by 899 posts by 2016/17 due to the merger of its hospitals. Although a higher proportion of remaining staff will be deployed in the community, the net loss of NHS posts in the area by 2016/17 will be 631. The Trust provides care from three hospitals. Sandwell General Hospital in West Bromwich and City Hospital in Birmigham are acute hospitals with a full range of emergency services at both sites. Rowley Regis Community Hospital provides continuing care, rehabilitation and respite care, and has a range of outpatient and diagnostic facilities.","http://frontlinefirst.rcn.org.uk/sites/frontlinefirst/index.php/news/entry/sandwell-and-west-birmingham-hospitals-nhs-trust/","","B","","","2011","02","23", "Accrington and Rossendale College","Due to the withdrawal of government funding for adult education, the college is making job cuts of around 57 posts - 15 percent of the workforce.","","","BB","BB5","2AW","2011","02","23", "Lincolnshire Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS)","Lincolnshire CAMHS is an NHS service providing mental health assessment, therapy and intervention to children, young people and families. We see children with a wide range of difficulties including depression, anxiety disorders, eating problems, self harm, and behavioural and developmental difficulties due to previous trauma or abuse. We are a multidisciplinary team - comprising a mixture of staff from different disciplines, including social work. We have been able to offer medical, psychological and social care-based intervention and support to children and families. This is important because we know that children and adolescents develop mental health difficulties for a wide range of reasons, so they need a wide range of treatments and supports to help them. This could include anything from individual or group therapies, family therapy, medication, in-patient care, parenting courses, or joint work/support between CAMHS and other agencies such as schools. Sadly, Lincolnshire County Council (LCC) has decided, after more than two decades, to terminate its portion of funding to CAMHS, which means the CAMHS social workers will have to leave the service and be redeployed to vacant posts in LCC Childrens Services. They are due to leave at the end of March. This will result in a staff loss for CAMHS of around 30% (in some teams, 40% or more), across Lincolnshire. The ""social care"" aspect of our work will be lost altogether. The years of mental health training and experience built up by social work staff over their years in the service, enabling them to understand and work with children with some of the most complex and challenging difficulties - will probably be wasted. Our fear for children in Lincolnshire who need mental health services is that this is like taking a step backwards into the distant past - a return to an exclusively ""medical"" way of assessing and treating mental health difficulties, with services and professionals - who SHOULD be working in a coordinated and integrated way, providing a whole service for a whole child, at a ""one stop shop"" - separated and fragmented instead. ","","","LN","LN","","2011","02","23", "Hereford and Worcestershire Fire and Rescue Service","Hereford and Worcestershire Fire and Rescue Service announced a cut of 32 Frontline Firefighters on local Fire Station, Bromsgrove, was to face a 50% cut in Frontline Posts from 28 to 14. ","http://www.birminghampost.net/news/west-midlands-news/2012/06/19/hereford-and-worcester-fire-service-cuts-will-cost-lives-says-campaigner-65233-31210160/","http://haveyoursay.whub.org.uk/whub/KMS/epetitions.aspx","B","B60 ","2BN","2012","07","09", "Wing Village Library","Wing Village Library serves a rural community. It is especially important for children and older people who cannot easily access the larger libraries in nearby towns. This is a community resource that could not be easily replicated by a mobile library. Buckinghamshire County Council plans to cut its funding by 50% and then reduce funding by a further £1,000 per year.","http://bucksconsultation.buckscc.gov.uk/bucksccp/UploadedFiles/1609 Library Consultation_WEB.pdf","http://www.wingvillage.org.uk/thevillage/amenitiesandfacilities/villagelibrary","LU","LU7","","2011","02","23", "Local Authorities in Wales","WALES’ councils are facing the toughest financial climate in years, experts have warned, as they prepare to cut more than a massive £175m from next year’s budgets. Financial plans for 2011/12 are set to be confirmed within weeks, with proposals showing libraries, leisure centres, public toilets and care homes are likely to be hit hard. Overall, councils in Wales are looking to cut 3.5% of their 2010/11 budgets, though efficiencies needed vary from £1m in Pembrokeshire to almost £22m in Cardiff. Newport is facing the biggest cut – 6.68% – with councillors looking to save £1 for every £15 it spent in 2010/11, as it looks to save £15.9m ","http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/2011/02/20/councils-to-slash-175m-as-perfect-storm-hits-91466-28200326/","","National","","","2011","02","23", "Coastguard Stations","Under the banner of modernisation and savings Coastguard stations throughout the UK are being threatened with closure. Apart from the ludicrous notion that this will streamline and improve the Coastguard the powers that be seem to have TOTALLY missed the concept of ""local knowledge"" that these stations staff bring to each and every rescue!","","","National","","","2011","02","23", "Stephen Joseph Theatre","The theatre's grant from North Yorkshire County Council has been slashed from from £63,000 in 2010/11 to £10,000 in 2011/12. This has mean the theatre has cancelled a rural tour and will have an impact on the work carried out within the community by the theatre's outreach department. ","","http://www.gazetteherald.co.uk/news/8863302.Stephen_Joseph_Theatre_cuts/","YO","YO11","1JW","2011","02","24", "Harrogate Theatre","Harrogate Theatre will see its annual funding from from North Yorkshire County Council fall to £10,000. Harrogate Theatre chief executive David Bown said there would be redundancies at the venue and its education programme would be vulnerable.","","http://www.thestage.co.uk/news/newsstory.php/31341/north-yorkshire-county-council-slashes-arts","HG","HG1","1QF","2011","02","24", "North Yorkshire County Council","The authority's workforce, currently totalling 24,000 people, will see about 500 jobs go. Children and young people's services faces cuts of £8.6m from its £79m budget, while adult and community services will see its £131m budget reduced by £7m. Roads and street lighting will be less frequently maintained. Bus services will be reduced in evenings and weekends, which campaigners said could leave people stranded in rural areas. School transport and music service subsidies will be reviewed. ","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-york-north-yorkshire-12503561","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-york-north-yorkshire-12503561","DL","DL7 ","8SL","2011","02","24", "Worcestershire NHS","Worcestershire NHS is has initiated a public engagement process proposing 'Changes' to Acute Hospital Services in Worcestershire. 6 'Models of Care' have been published and the clear implication is that the Alexandra Hospital Reddtich which is already under resourced will face the axe of its Accident and Emergency and Maternity Services and may even face Complete Closure. Thankfully, there has been a tremendous public reaction to the threat to NHS Service and a 'SaveTheAlex' Campaign launched in mid June has gained over 20000 signatures opposing any cuts to Services in just 3 weeks. A public Rally outside Reddtich Town Hall on 2nd July 2012 was attended by over 200 people and recieved positive coverage on BBC Midlands Today News A 2nd Rally will be happening tomorrow evening, 10th July at 5pm and we hope that more than 500 local people will attend. ","http://www.savethealex.co.uk/","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-hereford-worcester-18670988","B","B98 ","7UB","2012","07","09", "North Lincolnshire council","February 17 - North Lincolnshire Council announced that 553 posts (338 FTE) will go over the next four years. This is on top of 210 jobs already earmarked to be lost via a recruitment freeze bought in last June. Budget and cuts approved Wednesday 23 February - £15m budget cut including front-line services. Examples of cuts include reducing mental health budgets, closure of public conveniences, reduced hours for leisure centres/cultural facilities, reduced neighbourhood services (grass cutting, street sweeping etc), local sports grants, reduction in specialist schools support (down to statutory minimums) and end of universal youth services. ","","http://www.northlincs.gov.uk/NR/rdonlyres/381D1BBA-DC10-4140-9F2F-1A3A33EB3014/46674/RevenueBudget1112FinancialPlan1115.pdf","DN","DN16","","2011","02","24", "Ysgol y Bont Special School","Ysgol y Bont, Anglesey's only school for children with special educational needs, is likely to make a teacher and two classroom assistants redundant in 2011/12 due to budget cuts.","http://www.theonlinemail.co.uk/bangor-and-anglesey-news/local-bangor-and-anglesey-news/2011/02/16/llangefni-special-school-to-be-hit-by-cuts-66580-28173116/","http://www.ysgolybont.com/","LL","LL77","7JA","2011","02","24", "HM Coastguard, Holyhead","The government is currently consulting on proposals to close ten of the country’s eighteen coastguard stations, including Holyhead. The closure will leave no coastguard station covering hundreds of miles of coastline between Milford Haven and Liverpool.","http://www.bbc.co.uk/local/northwestwales/hi/people_and_places/newsid_9402000/9402010.stm","","LL","LL65 ","1ET","2011","02","24", "Airedale General Hospital acute ward","Ward three at Airedale General Hospital, Steeton, which takes acute admissions, closed on 1st March 2011, with a loss of 16 beds. No staff will be made redundant as they will be re-deployed to other wards and departments across the hospital.","http://www.keighleynews.co.uk/news/news_keighley/8842928.Hospital_ward_will_be_shut/","","BD","BD20","6TD","2011","02","24", "Ayton Library","The council needs to save around £2 million from its library budget over the next four years, with the greatest savings having to be made in the first two years due to the government's frontloading of its funding settlement. The council is running a consultation from 1st December 2010 to 28th February 2011 over proposals to reduce the service from 42 branch libraries, ten mobile libraries and one supermobile to 18 core libraries and two supermobiles. Supplemented by a network of community libraries run by local communities with professional support from the County Council. This library is earmarked for closure unless a local solution can be found. ","","http://www.northyorks.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=14368","YO","Yo13","9JE","2011","02","24", "Barlby library","The council needs to save around £2 million from its library budget over the next four years, with the greatest savings having to be made in the first two years due to the government's frontloading of its funding settlement. The council is running a consultation from 1st December 2010 to 28th February 2011 over proposals to reduce the service from 42 branch libraries, ten mobile libraries and one supermobile to 18 core libraries and two supermobiles. Supplemented by a network of community libraries run by local communities with professional support from the County Council. This library is earmarked for closure unless a local solution can be found. ","","http://www.northyorks.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=14368","YO","YO8","5JE","2011","02","24", "Bedale library","The council needs to save around £2 million from its library budget over the next four years, with the greatest savings having to be made in the first two years due to the government's frontloading of its funding settlement. The council is running a consultation from 1st December 2010 to 28th February 2011 over proposals to reduce the service from 42 branch libraries, ten mobile libraries and one supermobile to 18 core libraries and two supermobiles. Supplemented by a network of community libraries run by local communities with professional support from the County Council. This library is earmarked for closure unless a local solution can be found. ","","http://www.northyorks.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=14368","DL","DL8","1AA","2011","02","24", "Bentham library","The council needs to save around £2 million from its library budget over the next four years, with the greatest savings having to be made in the first two years due to the government's frontloading of its funding settlement. The council is running a consultation from 1st December 2010 to 28th February 2011 over proposals to reduce the service from 42 branch libraries, ten mobile libraries and one supermobile to 18 core libraries and two supermobiles. Supplemented by a network of community libraries run by local communities with professional support from the County Council. This library is earmarked for closure unless a local solution can be found. ","","http://www.northyorks.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=14368","LA","LA2","7JU","2011","02","24", "Bilton library","The council needs to save around £2 million from its library budget over the next four years, with the greatest savings having to be made in the first two years due to the government's frontloading of its funding settlement. The council is running a consultation from 1st December 2010 to 28th February 2011 over proposals to reduce the service from 42 branch libraries, ten mobile libraries and one supermobile to 18 core libraries and two supermobiles. Supplemented by a network of community libraries run by local communities with professional support from the County Council. This library is earmarked for closure unless a local solution can be found. ","","http://www.northyorks.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=14368","HG","HG1","3DT","2011","02","24", "Boroughbridge library","The council needs to save around £2 million from its library budget over the next four years, with the greatest savings having to be made in the first two years due to the government's frontloading of its funding settlement. The council is running a consultation from 1st December 2010 to 28th February 2011 over proposals to reduce the service from 42 branch libraries, ten mobile libraries and one supermobile to 18 core libraries and two supermobiles. Supplemented by a network of community libraries run by local communities with professional support from the County Council. This library is earmarked for closure unless a local solution can be found. ","","http://www.northyorks.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=14368","YO","YO5","9AR","2011","02","24", "Colburn library","The council needs to save around £2 million from its library budget over the next four years, with the greatest savings having to be made in the first two years due to the government's frontloading of its funding settlement. The council is running a consultation from 1st December 2010 to 28th February 2011 over proposals to reduce the service from 42 branch libraries, ten mobile libraries and one supermobile to 18 core libraries and two supermobiles. Supplemented by a network of community libraries run by local communities with professional support from the County Council. This library is earmarked for closure unless a local solution can be found. ","","http://www.northyorks.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=14368","DL","DL9","4RF","2011","02","24", "Yorkshire Dales National Park","The Yorkshire Dales National Park is consulting on proposals following a reduction of £1.9million over the next four years. The proposals include 15 voluntary and three compulsory redundancies, the scrapping of 12 work programmes and a reorganisation of the Authority’s structure. Members of the public can comment on these proposals upto the 10th March 2011. ","http://www.yorkshiredales.org.uk/newsreleasedisplay.htm?id=45842","http://www.yorkshiredales.org.uk/budgetconsultation","DL","DL8","3EL","2011","02","24", "Whitby bus services","Arriva has confirmed that the following bus route contracts have been terminated due to North Yorkshire County Council removing subsidies for evening and weekend buses: 5a - Mon to Sat evening journeys from 2013 between Whitby and Loftus; 5a - Sun evening journeys from 1913 between Whitby and Loftus; 93 - daily evening journeys from 1930 between Whitby and Scarborough; 91 - Mon to Sat evening journeys from 1830; 92 - Mon to Sat evening journeys from 1800; 94 - Mon to Sat evening journeys from 1850; 95 - Mon to Sat evening journeys from 1910; 91, 92, 94, 95 - all Sunday journeys ","http://www.whitbygazette.co.uk/news/business/end_of_the_road_for_bus_services_1_3091377","","YO","YO21","","2011","02","24", "Royal Cornwall Hospital Truro","Staff reduction of 400 and savings of £27 million required in next financial year. This despite assertions that the NHS is ringfenced from cuts.","","","TR","TR1","3LJ","2011","02","25", "Suffolk young people's transport discount","Suffolk County Council voted on 17th February 2011 to axe its Explore Card transport discount scheme from 1st April 2011, as part of the council's 2011/12 budget. The Explore Card gave a discount for young people on all bus journeys that start in Suffolk and some train journeys that start and end in Suffolk. ","","http://www.suffolkonboard.com/news/explore_card_funding_decision","IP","","","2011","02","26", "Foundation Housing","Charitable organisation, which had provided support and housing to vulnerable families, single and young people for 25 years.","","www.fhts.org.uk","National","","","2011","04","13", "University College Hospital","When I visited my mother at University College Hospital today, I was told by a staff nurse that 47 nurses are to be laid off next week at this hospital and more soon after.","","","NW","NW1","2BU","2011","02","26", "Worcestershire NHS","Worcestershire NHS is has initiated a public engagement process proposing 'Changes' to Acute Hospital Services in Worcestershire. 6 'Models of Care' have been published and the clear implication is that the Alexandra Hospital Reddtich which is already under resourced will face the axe of it's Accident and Emergency and Maternity Services and may even face Complete Closure. Thankfully, there has been a tremendous public reaction to the threat to NHS Service and a 'SaveTheAlex' Campaign launched in mid June has gained over 20000 signatures opposing any cuts to Services in just 3 weeks. A public Rally outside Reddtich Town Hall on 2nd July 2012 was attended by over 200 people and recieved positive coverage on BBC Midlands Today News A 2nd Rally will be happening tomorrow evening, 10th July at 5pm and we hope that more than 500 local people will attend. ","http://www.savethealex.co.uk/","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-hereford-worcester-18670988","B","B98 ","7UB","2012","07","09", "The Grange Day Centre","The Grange Day centre is the only centre for physically disabled adults in Shropshire. Despite service users efforts to keep the centre open and a 1000 plus signatures on petitions the Council are closing the centre after 25 years.","","","National","SY1","3TQ","2011","02","27", "Croydon University Hospital","Four wards are to be closed at Croydon University Hospital between 2011 and 2014, with 200 full-time staff posts to go across Croydon Health Services NHS Trust, possibly including nurses and consultants. The Trust, which runs the hospital, is aiming to save £34.7 million over three years. A dozen elective surgery beds have already gone, although the Trust says it has managed to reduce the length of care. The Trust says that those who lose their jobs will be offered similar posts within the organisation, with most of the staffing cuts affecting temporary staff.","http://www.thisiscroydontoday.co.uk/where/thorntonheath/Health-trust-axe-200-jobs-cutbacks/article-3263821-detail/article.html","","CR","CR7","7YE","2011","02","28", "Trafford Youth Offending Team","A cut of £370,000 in the Team's budget.","","http://menmedia.co.uk/manchestereveningnews/news/politics/council_meetings/s/1408965_council_tax_frozen_as_trafford_councils_budget_is_revealed","M","M","","2011","02","28", "Trafford Education & Early Years","Trafford's Education and Early Years budget faces a cut of £1.317 million.","","http://menmedia.co.uk/manchestereveningnews/news/politics/council_meetings/s/1408965_council_tax_frozen_as_trafford_councils_budget_is_revealed","M","M","","2011","02","28", "Trafford Early Years & Children's Centres","Trafford's Early Years & Children's Centres budget faces a cut of £689,000.","","","M","M","","2011","02","28", "Trafford Home to School Transport","Trafford's budget for Home to School Transport faces a £300,000 cut.","","","M","M","","2011","02","28", "Trafford Support for Older People","Trafford's budget for Support for Older People faces a budget cut of £2.580 million. This is likely to reignite the Council's previous policy of selling off residential care homes like the Brookfield Nursing Home.","","","M","M","","2011","02","28", "Trafford Mental Health Services","Trafford's Mental Health budget has been cut by £393,000 in its February 2011 Budget.","","http://menmedia.co.uk/manchestereveningnews/news/politics/council_meetings/s/1408965_council_tax_frozen_as_trafford_councils_budget_is_revealed","M","M","","2011","02","28", "Trafford Learning Difficulties Support","Trafford's budget for supporting those with learning disabilities has been cut by £1.300 million in its February 2011 Budget.","","","M","M","","2011","02","28", "Trafford's Housing for Vulnerable People","Trafford's budget for housing for vulnerable people has been cut by £450,000 in its February 2011 Budget.","","","M","M","","2011","02","28", "Trafford Voluntary Sector Support","Trafford's budget for supporting the voluntary sector has been cut by £100,000 in its February 2011 Budget.","","","M","M","","2011","02","28", "Trafford's Adult Social Services Staff & Management","Trafford's Adult Social Services budget has been cut by a £2.6 million in its February 2011 Budget. This cut will cause the job losses of 12 social workers.","","","M","M","","2011","02","28", "Trafford Leisure Trust","The grant to Trafford Leisure Trust (the independent body funded by Trafford Council to operate recreational services) has been cut by £100,000 in the February 2011 Budget.","","","M","","","2011","02","28", "Trafford Council staff","A minimum of 300 council staff will be made redundant, with more redundancies to be announced at a later date.","","","M","M32","0TH","2011","02","28", "Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals","Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust is forecasting a reduction of 560 full-time equivalent staff from 2011-15, with 140 staff posts going each year. The Trust expects management, admin and clerical savings to be higher than for clinical posts, with management costs being cut by 6 percent in 2011/12. The Trust operates from two main sites - Castle Hill Hospital in Cottingham and Hull Royal Infirmary. The Trust provides a full range of acute services to the people of Hull and East Yorkshire area and also a number of specialist services to North Yorkshire, North and North East Lincolnshire. Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.","","","HU","","","2011","03","01", "UK Border Agency","1,453 staff at the Home Office UK Border Agency in Croydon were told in a meeting on 1st March 2011 that 776 of their posts were being cut. Staff in the areas facing cuts mainly: - consider applications from foreign nationals to remain in the UK under the Immigration Rules - consider asylum applications - manage foreign national prisoners appropriately The majority of the posts being cut are frontline decision-making positions.","","","CR","CR9","2BY","2011","03","01", "Wirral University Teaching Hospital","Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is forecasting a net staffing reduction of just over 680 full-time equivalent posts from 2010-13, including 110 full-time equivalent posts that are confirmed as already gone. The Trust manages two hospitals - Arrowe Park Hospital in Upton, which provides acute health services for adults, children and babies, and Clatterbridge Hospital in Bebington, which provides elective surgery (planned operations), rehabilitation services and care of older people. The Trust also manages the X-ray facilities, outpatient services and day hospital at Victoria Central Hospital and the Radiography Department at St Catherine's Hospital. Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.","","","CH","","","2011","03","01", "Royal Devon and Exeter NHS staff","Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust's savings plan equates to a staffing reduction of 1,115 full-time equivalent posts between 2011 and 2014. This is an assumed figure but is not final, and given the Trust's level of natural turnover, redundancies may be avoided. The Trust provides acute hospital services to around 350,000 people in Exeter, East Devon and Mid Devon, and offers specialist services such as cancer care, plastic and reconstructive surgery, orthopaedic surgery, paediatric care and renal services to people living further afield in Devon, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, Dorset and Somerset. Its main hospital site is Wonford in Exeter. Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.","","","EX","EX2","","2011","03","01", "King's College Hospital staff","King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust cut 58 staff posts during 2010/11. The posts that have gone break down as follows: * Clerical - 35 * Professional - 16 * Managerial - 5 * Technical - 2 Workforce plans for 2011-15 have yet to be finalised. The Trust runs King's College Hospital, one of the largest teaching hospitals in London. The hospital is known for its work in liver disease and transplantation, neurosciences, cardiac and haemato-oncology. Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.","","","SE","SE5","9RS","2011","03","01", "Barts and The London NHS Trust","Barts and The London NHS Trust is consulting on a reduction of 635 full-time eqiuvalent staff - 8.6 percent of current staffing levels. The breakdown of the reduction is as follows (figures in full-time equivalent): * Nursing - 258 * Imaging - 20 * Pharmacy - 18 * Pathology - 34 * Physics - 11 * Admin and Clerical - 220 * Corporate - 74 The Trust hopes to implement the reduction through natural turnover, but compulsory redundancies cannot be ruled out. The reduction will be spread across the Trust's hospitals. The Trust runs three hospitals in London - St Bartholomew’s (known as Barts) by St Paul’s in the City, The Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel, and The London Chest Hospital in Bethnal Green. Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.","","","E","E1","","2011","03","01", "Newham University Hospital","Newham University Hospital NHS Trust is planning to reduce staffing levels by the equivalent of 82-90 full-time non-clinical posts in 2011. The Trust is based at Newham General Hospital in Plaistow. In addition, some outpatient services are based at the Shrewsbury Road Health Centre in Forest Gate and the Appleby Centre in Canning Town. Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.","","","E","E13","8SL","2011","03","01", "Bromley school uniform grants","Bromley Council has voted to axe clothing grants for school pupils as part of its 2011-13 cuts plan. The grants were available to parents of Bromley schoolchildren who were in receipt of certain benefits or receiving the support of asylum services. The grant was most recently set at £31 for primary pupils and £62 for secondary pupils per year. Scrapping the scheme is expected to save the council £100k in 2011/12 and £200k in 2012/13.","http://cds.bromley.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6689","http://www.bromley.gov.uk/education/grants/clothing_grant_app_form.htm","BR","","","2011","03","01", "Bromley Children and Family Centres","Bromley Council has voted to massively cut back its Children and Family Centres as part of its 2011-13 cuts plan. The council had planned to open 23 centres over three phases, but had already voted to reduce phase three from seven centres to two centres, saving £600k in 2011/12. The council has now voted to cut the entire programme back to just three centres across the borough - two in areas of deprivation, plus one borough-wide centre for children with disabilities. Bromley has already opened a number of Children and Family Centres, many of which will now close. They bring together all the different support agencies to offer a range of free services to meet the needs of children under five and their parents/carers in one place. The centres are designed to allow children to learn as they play. Parents/carers can access professional advice on health and family matters, learn about training and job opportunities or just socialise with other people. Cutting back to three centres across the borough will save the council £2.8m in 2012/13.","http://cds.bromley.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6689","http://www.bromley.gov.uk/education/childcare/Childcareparents/children_and_family_centres.htm","BR","","","2011","03","01", "Bromley Youth Music Trust","Bromley Youth Music Trust (BYMT) is losing 10 percent of its local government funding from Bromley Council in 2012/13. The council provided £415k of funding for the charity in 2010/11. BYMT is also expected to see its current £310k grant from the Standards Fund axed or significantly reduced. The Trust's other sources of funding are aroun £600k from tuition fees for classes, and an undisclosed sum from Friends of BYMT. BYMT exists to help young people in Bromley to develop their musical abilities. BYMT teaches between 5000 and 6000 children every year to sing or to play an instrument, and runs a number of bands, choirs and orchestras. It also seeks to assist primary schools in the delivery of the music curriculum, provides Music Therapy for children with special needs and Music Technology in partnership with Bromley MyTime.","http://cds.bromley.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6689","http://www.bymt.co.uk/whatis.cfm","BR","BR2","8AA","2011","03","01", "Bromley Connexions","Bromley Council plans to shut four of its ten permanent youth support centres as part of £1.2m of funding cuts to the Connexions and youth services budget. A mobile centre will remain as part of the continuing service. In addition, the integrated youth support service (Connexions plus the youth service) will be restructured, with staffing levels cut from 57.9 to 33 full-time equivalent posts. Connexions provides information, advice and guidance for young people, including careers advice.","http://cds.bromley.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6689","","BR","","","2011","03","01", "Bromley Volunteers in Child Protection","Bromley Council has voted to axe its Volunteers in Child Protection programme as part of its 2011-13 cuts package, despite describing the scheme as 'innovative'. The project provides trained volunteer support for parents whose children are subject to a child protection plan. Volunteers in Child Protection are matched with a family of a child on the Bromley Child Protection Register. Volunteers visit the family and child regularly and frequently during the week, helping parents to improve their parenting skills, befriending and supporting them, thereby helping to protect the child. Bromley Council will save £38k a year by scrapping the scheme.","http://cds.bromley.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6689","http://www.bromley.gov.uk/socialcareandhealth/childrenandfamilies/childprotection/volunteer_in_child_protection.htm","BR","","","2011","03","01", "Bromley private sector renewals grant","Bromley Council is cutting £350k from its private sector renewals grant, which will impact on the assistance available to help older people remain in their own homes, forcing them to rely on loans and self-funding. The council's budget for this grant was £511k in 2010/11.","http://cds.bromley.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6689","","BR","","","2011","03","01", "Bromley in-house homecare service","Bromley Council is ending its in-house homecare service, with all homecare to be provided by the independent sector. Staff side representatives have warned that private sector agencies do not provide the same level of service as in-house staff, and that clients will lose the carers they knew.","http://cds.bromley.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6689","http://cds.bromley.gov.uk/mgAi.aspx?ID=7438","BR","","","2011","03","01", "Medway Council staff","Medway Council is making 157 staff redundant (in addition to 50 redundancies in 2010). This is part of a budget to save £23.5M in 2011/12. Also in the budget is a 15 percent cut to libraries and over £2m cuts to adult social care, including care for the elderly mentally ill.","","","ME","ME","","2011","03","01", "Bromley adult social care charges","Bromley Council is consulting on the following increases to its adult care charges, driven both by funding cuts and personal care budgets: Day care services: The council is planning to introduce charges per session for people using council-run day care services. In addition, service users who have needs which do not qualify them for council funding will need to pay for using day care services. The proposed charges for day care services are: * Day care - general (frail OP) including transport - £18 per session * Day care - specialist (dementia/LD) transport - £40 per session * Specialist day placements LD/PD/MH - actual cost per session * Day care - ineligible persons - £10 per session Homecare charges: The following changes are proposed to homecare charges: * One carer, hourly charge - falling from £16.20 to £14 * One carer, half hourly charge - unchanged at £8.10 * Two carers, hourly charge - rising from £16.20 to £28 * Two carers, half hourly charge - rising from £8.10 to £16.20 Additional charges will be applied for homecare at weekends or during weekday evenings - £1 for a half hour, £2 for an hour. Carelink and assisted technology equipment: Charges for Carelink monitoring is proposed to rise from £3.72 to £5 per week, with weekly charges for the Carelink full response service increasing from £7.18 to £7.50. The weekly charge for assisted technology equipment is set to rise from £1.91 to £2.50. Holidays, laundry, shopping: Until now service users have been able to access laundry services partly subsidised by and shopping services and holiday breaks wholly subsidised by the Council. The council plans to remove these subsidies. However, the hourly rate paid as part of the Direct Payment for the employment of a personal assistant is set to be reduced from £14.08 to £11 per hour.","http://www.bromley.gov.uk/NR/rdonlyres/DC38AFAB-8714-48E1-8F4C-7616FD7583E7/0/PersonalBudgetandPersonalContributionsPolicyFACTSHEETPPA171210.pdf","","BR","","","2011","03","01", "Bromley Supporting People funding","Bromley Council has voted to cut its reduce commissioning of Supporting People services, saving £300k in 2011/12 and £600k in 2012/13. The Supporting People programme funds housing related support to people who need some assistance to continue to live independently and to enable people to acquire the skills to move into their own tenancies and to sustain them.","http://cds.bromley.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6689","","BR","","","2011","03","01", "Bromley sheltered housing","Bromley Council plans to cut funding for sheltered housing, saving £500k in 2011/12 and £800k in 2012/13 from its £1.15m 2010/11 budget. The council admits that sheltered housing is a 'widespread and popular service'. Sheltered housing gives older people the opportunity to live an independent life in the community with some support. There are currently sheltered schemes throughout Bromley, operated by housing associations and consisting of groups of flats or houses/bungalows. In most schemes a home is rented from the association, but there are also leasehold schemes, where a home can be purchased. Some schemes offer communal facilities, such as laundries.","http://cds.bromley.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6689","http://www.bromley.gov.uk/housing/shelteredandsupported/standard_sheltered_housing.htm","BR","","","2011","03","01", "Bromley subsidised pest control","Bromley Council has voted to axe subsidised pest control for residents on income benefit as part of its 2011-13 cuts package.","http://cds.bromley.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6689","","BR","","","2011","03","01", "Bromley public protection staff","Bromley Council plans to reduce staffing across its public protection and community safety portfolio. This will reduce work on health and safety, food safety, trading standards and licensing enforcement.","http://cds.bromley.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6689","","BR","BR1","3UH","2011","03","01", "Calderdale Council staff","Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council is cutting 200 jobs.","http://www.gmb.org.uk/newsroom/latest_news/150059_jobs_under_threat.aspx","","HX","HX1","1UJ","2011","03","03", "Prescription Charges/ Dental Charges","Set to increase on the 1st April, while Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland don't pay anything! ","","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-12646111","National","","","2011","03","04", "North West Development Agency Assest Sell Off by the ConDems","'A SECRECY order has been slapped on plans for £50m-plus of assets owned by the doomed Northwest Development Agency (NWDA) – raising fears of a “fire sale”. The Government has instructed the quango not to tell local people which assets it believes must stay in public hands, to avoid damaging economic investment and growth.' Taken from Liverpool Daily Post 4/3/11 This includes iconic Merseyside landmarks such as Wavertree Technology Park, The Littlewoods Building on Edge Lane and key industrial sites in St Helens & Ellesmere Port","","http://www.liverpooldailypost.co.uk/liverpool-news/regional-news/2011/03/04/government-orders-secret-sale-of-north-west-assets-92534-28277472/#ixzz1Ff5jwXTv","L","","","2011","03","04", "Elderly Persons Integrated Care Service (EPICS)","The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea is closing the Westway Centre (EPICS) as part of £15m of cuts in 2011/12. The day centre provides a restaurant, day care, health services and social activities for people of 65 years or over who live in the Royal Borough. The aim is to enable older people to stay healthy, independent and living in their own homes.","http://kensington.londoninformer.co.uk/2011/03/council-agrees-blood-bath-budg.html","http://www.rbkc.gov.uk/az/az.asp?OrgId=1741","W","W10","5UP","2011","03","04", "Kingston Hospital","Kingston Hospital NHS Trust has put forward plans to axe 486 jobs through natural turnover from 2011 to 2015. As part of its application to become an NHS Foundation Trust, the hospital has outlined draft proposals including the removal of posts and forming an alliance with St George's Hospital, in Tooting by 2015/16. The plans propose 22 less consultants, 214 fewer nurses, midwives and health visitors, 55 fewer scientific therapeutic and technical staff and a reduction of 140 posts listed as non-clinical - this is just under 20 percent of all staff employed at the hospital. It has also proposed to expand its maternity services. The Trust runs Kingston Hospital, a district general hospital based around 12 miles from central London. The hospital supports some 320,000 people in the surrounding area including Kingston, Richmond, Roehampton, Putney and East Elmbridge.","http://www.kingstoninformer.co.uk/2011/02/kingston-hospital-to-axe-486-j.html","","KT","KT2","7QB","2011","03","05", "Royal United Hospital Bath","Royal United Hospital Bath NHS Trust forecasts a staffing reduction of just under 88 full-time equivalent posts in 2010/11. The cuts are expected to be achieved through natural turnover. The breakdown of the reduction is as follows (figures in full-time equivalent): * Medical and dental - 4.83 * Scientific, therapeutic and technical - 9.7 * Allied health professionals - 8.69 * Healthcare scientists - 7.54 * Nursing, midwifery and health visitors - 19.92 * Clinical support - 18.1 * Managers - 3.5 * Admin and estates - 24.04 The Trust occupies a 52-acre site about 1½ miles from Bath city centre, and provides acute treatment and care for a catchment population of around 500,000 people in Bath and the surrounding towns and villages in North East Somerset and Western Wiltshire. Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.","","","National","BA1","3NG","2011","03","05", "South Devon Healthcare NHS staff","South Devon Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust's forecasts a reduction of 81 full-time equivalent staff posts in 2010/11, achieved through natural turnover. The Trust runs Torbay Hospital, on the outskirts of Torquay. Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.","","","TQ","TQ2","7AA","2011","03","05", "Bromley public toilets","Bromley Council is planning the phased closure of some of its public toilets, retaining provision in primary town centres.","http://cds.bromley.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6689","","BR","","","2011","03","05", "Bromley park rangers","Bromley Council is reviewing its park ranger service, with fewer security patrols and reduced activities and presence from rangers.","http://cds.bromley.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6689","","BR","","","2011","03","05", "Bromley playgrounds","Bromley Council is cutting back on playground repairs and equipment replacement. The council predicts this will lead to the eventual closure of some sites as equipment is not repaired or replaced. In addition, the council will not install new bins or seats in parks, and will reduce repairs to paths and fences.","http://cds.bromley.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6689","","BR","","","2011","03","05", "Bromley school crossing patrols","Bromley Council has voted to axe its school crossing patrols as part of its cuts for 2012/13.","http://cds.bromley.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6689","","BR","","","2011","03","05", "Penge and Anerley libraries","Bromley Council plans to merge Penge and Anerley libraries, with one of the libraries closing. The council says the merged library would be an improvement on the two existing facilities.","http://cds.bromley.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6689","","SE","SE20","","2011","03","05", "Chislehurst & St Paul's Cray Common Conservators","Bromley Council has voted to reduce its grant to the Chislehurst & St Paul's Cray Common Conservators, also known as the Trustees of Chislehurst Commons. The council will cut £5k in 2011/12 and 11k in 2012/13 from the £47k grant it provided the Conservators in 2010/11. The current funding agreement expires in 2012. The Conservators manage the Chislehurst and St Paul's Cray Commons as an amenity for the enjoyment of local people and visitors, seeking the resources to conserve the woods, heathland, ponds and open spaces and increasing their biodiversity in a manner which meets the expectations of the community for the provision of areas for quiet recreation in a natural environment.","http://cds.bromley.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6689","http://www.chislehurstcommons.org/","BR","BR7","","2011","03","05", "Bromley parks and open spaces","Bromley Council will close park toilets and reduce support for park Friends Groups under its 2011-13 budgets. The cut in funding may lead to the loss of some Friends Groups, which act in a caretaking capacity to maintain the parks. The council is also scrapping its Parks Strategy, under which the council funded maintenance work on two different parks each year. In addition, the council is reducing grants to sports teams.","http://cds.bromley.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6689","http://www.bromley.gov.uk/NR/rdonlyres/FF034CEE-8820-468C-AF0B-F827630A6ED2/0/ParksandOpenSpacesStrategy2008.pdf","BR","","","2011","03","05", "Bromley Council maintenance services","Bromley Council is reducing a number of budgets relating to maintenance work around the area: - reduced inspections and minor repairs of highway structures including bridges and car parks - reduced levels of service for non-routine maintenance of street lights and signs. This will result in increased street lighting faults and reduced levels of lighting. - reducing the number of surface water drainage schemes to alleviate areas of localised flooding. Reducing this budget will increase the risk of flooding and increase expenditure on reactive drainage works","http://cds.bromley.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6689","","BR","","","2011","03","05", "Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service","Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service faces cuts of £23m over from 2011-15. Up to 200 firefighter posts are to go, as well as 140 civilian jobs.","http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/firefighters-say-savage-budget-cuts-could-put-lives-in-danger-2231788.html","","M","","","2011","03","06", "West Yorkshire Fire Service","West Yorkshire Fire Service is suspending recruitment of full-time firefighters and cutting 150 support posts in 2011/12. The Chair of West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Authority has warned that the impact of cuts could be worse from 2013, while the Chief Fire Officer said that non-recruitment would cost 200 firefighter posts if implemented from 2011-15. West Yorkshire Fire Service covers Bradford, Calderdale, Kirklees, Leeds and Wakefield.","http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/firefighters-say-savage-budget-cuts-could-put-lives-in-danger-2231788.html","http://www.westyorksfire.gov.uk/news/councillors-agree-precept-freeze","BD","","","2011","03","06", "Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service","Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service is cutting 170 posts, including 92 firefighters.","http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/firefighters-say-savage-budget-cuts-could-put-lives-in-danger-2231788.html","","L","","","2011","03","06", "Conflict and Change Mediation Service, Newham","Funding for the long-standing community mediation services of Conflict & Change in Newham has been severely cut by the local council with an abrupt termination at the end of the 2010/11 financial year. For 25 years Conflict & Change has offered free, impartial mediation to neighbours, families and community groups who are in dispute, supporting them to find resolutions that work for them. Its community mediation work is a sustainable, well established and relied upon local service. 78% of mediations have a positive effect when both parties are willing. Since 2000 Conflict & Change has supported over 3,600 local people to resolve their problems through mediation. It works with a team of local and extensively trained volunteers, ensuring the service is rooted in the area. Community Mediation is a central aspect of our work, and although reduced funding to this service will impact the whole organisation, our work in schools, community development, training and volunteering will continue as normal.","","http://www.conflictandchange.co.uk/mediation","E","E6","2LA","2011","03","07", "Archaeolink Prehistory Park","Archaeolink, the 'Prehistoric Park' in Aberdeenshire, recognised as an innovative venue for experimental archaeology, is set to close. Aberdeenshire Council have announced plans to withdraw their subsidy from the attraction - a figure of £135,000, which worked out at £13 per visitor. Four staff will be made redundant.","http://www.rescue-archaeology.org.uk/map4/reports/view/61","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-north-east-orkney-shetland-12503980","AB","AB52","6QP","2011","03","08", "Buses","Buses are under threat from cuts to three different funding streams. Firstly local authorities are cutting funding for socially necessary routes that are not commercially viable, which on the ground means weekend, evening and rural services cut. In some areas 100% of local authority bus subsidies are being phased out. Secondly the fuel tax rebate for bus fuel (known as BSOG) will be cut by 20% from 2012. Thirdly changes to the way that the free bus pass scheme is funded will mean that approximately £100 million will be lost to the bus sector. Combined these cuts could tip bus services into a spiral of decline. This would be a huge mistake, because buses are invaluable for the economy, for communities and for the environment. Campaign for Better Transport is running a national campaign called Save Our Buses (see http://falseeconomy.org.uk/campaigns/item/save-our-buses1). We are making the case for buses to decision makers and supporting local campaign groups. Our own click-able map is all about tracking bus cuts and can be found on our website, as can research on the value of buses and a campaigners guide. Get in touch to find out more. ","http://www.bettertransport.org.uk/campaigns/save-our-buses/map","http://www.bettertransport.org.uk/campaigns/save-our-buses ","National","","","2011","04","13", "Community Support Service","The cuts in funding to the Community Support Service following the removal of its ringfencing to its budget has led to cuts nationwide, but in Hertfordshire they have opted for the immediate slashing of 50% of the budget and redundancy notices have already been handed out to staff. I have lodged a legal challenge to this cut (See my personal testimony for details). At the same time as reducing the service, service users will now be expected to pay anything up to an extra £55 per week for services especially if they are on benefits but perversely those with higher resources available may well now get the service free of charge?","http://www.thecomet.net/news/letchworth_man_s_bid_to_take_council_to_the_high_court_over_disabled_service_cuts_1_825583","http://wheresthebenefit.blogspot.com/","National","SG6","2RJ","2011","03","11", "Community Support Service","The cuts in funding to the Community Support Service following the removal of its ring-fencing to its budget by the Con-Dem coalition has led to cuts nationwide, but in Hertfordshire they have opted for the imediate slashing of 50% of the budget and redundancy notices have already been handed out to support staff. I have lodged a legal challenge to this cut (See my personal Testomony for details) http://falseeconomy.org.uk/cuts/testimony/legal-challenge-to-the-cuts-in-hertfordshire At the same time as reducing the service service users will now be expected to pay anything up to an extra £55 per week for services especially if they are on benefits but perversely those with higher resources available may well now get the service free of charge??? So much for the ""Big Society"" !!!","http://www.thecomet.net/news/letchworth_man_s_bid_to_take_council_to_the_high_court_over_disabled_service_cuts_1_825583","http://wheresthebenefit.blogspot.com/2011/03/legal-challenge-to-cuts-in.html","National","SG6","2RJ","2011","03","11", "Hertfordshire Action on Disability","Hertfordshire County Council have announced savage 100 percent cuts to Hertfordshire Action on Disability's funding from 2011-14. Half the capital budget is going immediately, while the remaining capital budget disappears in 2012 together with 50 percent of the revenue budget. The remaining 50 percent of revenue funding goes in 2013, leaving the funding level for this key local charity for disabled people at zero. As a user of their services I have lodged a legal challenge to these cuts in High Court. (Please see my personal testimony: http://falseeconomy.org.uk/cuts/testimony/legal-challenge-to-the-cuts-in-hertfordshire","http://www.thecomet.net/news/letchworth_man_s_bid_to_take_council_to_the_high_court_over_disabled_service_cuts_1_825583","http://wheresthebenefit.blogspot.com/2011/03/legal-challenge-to-cuts-in.html","AL","AL7","4DD","2011","03","11", "Final salary pension scheme","""Lecturers at two of the city's universities are set to join in a nationwide strike which will affect more than 100000 students. The University and College Union (UCU) said staff at Edinburgh University and Heriot-Watt University would take part in two one-day strikes planned for March 17 and 24. The industrial action is in protest at proposals to reduce pension benefits, which the union claims will be introduced on April 1. UCU general secretary Sally Hunt said: University staff really value their pension rights and if a settlement is not reached, they are prepared to strike to defend their pensions.""","Edinburgh Evening News, Thursday 10 March 2011 (Paper edition)","www.ucu.org","National","EH8","","2011","03","11", "Cheshire Constabulary","Cheshire Police are losing 750 staff, one-third of whom are officers. Tory cuts will affect frontline policing in our communities.","","","CW","CW","","2011","03","11", "North East Lincs job cuts","At least 200 job cuts are be made in NE Lincs as parts of budget cuts. ","","http://www.thisisgrimsby.co.uk/news/SAVINGS-START-TODAY/article-3240536-detail/article.html","DN","","","2011","03","13", "Disabled travel pass","From April 1st disabled travel passes on local trains will be invalid, currently those with a pass travel free","","","LE","LE7","","2011","03","13", "Brixham Coastguard CUT - hundreds of lives directly at risk","Hundreds of lives directly at risk. Cornwall's Falmouth to be put on day hours only, Southampton will be expected to cover miles of the busiest shipping lanes in the world. ","http://www.peoplesrepublicofsouthdevon.co.uk/2011/02/19/brixham-coastguards-in-torquay-to-muster-support-in-campaign-to-fight-closure-and-save-lives/","http://www.peoplesrepublicofsouthdevon.co.uk/2011/02/19/brixham-coastguards-in-torquay-to-muster-support-in-campaign-to-fight-closure-and-save-lives/","TQ","`TQ","","2011","03","14", "Samuel Pepys Special Needs School transport","Cambridgeshire County Council have sent a letter to parents of children attending Samuel Pepys Special Needs School in St Neots advising them that the minibus service to the school is going to be cut in September 2011.","","","PE","PE19","2EZ","2011","03","16", "Clyde Coastguard","Under current UK government proposals, Clyde Coastguard will close with the loss of more than 30 jobs. Aberdeen will be Scotland's only 24-hour emergency station with a daytime operation being conducted from either Shetland or Stornoway. Greenock and Inverclyde Labour MSP Duncan McNeil challenged the Government to think again over its 'daft and dangerous cuts'. He said: ""The Clyde coastguard centre is responsible for the longest and most challenging stretch of coastline, has the fifth highest levels of incidents in the UK and has the highest level of search and rescue hours in Scotland.""","http://www.greenocktelegraph.co.uk/news/greenock/articles/2011/03/16/411207-coastguard-chiefs-face-protestors/","","PA","PA16","7QY","2011","03","16", "Summergrove","Summergrove is a housing project for families affected by substance misuse + often domestic violence. It is a safe haven for families to start rebuilding their lives together, in effect families are given the chance to stabilise + rebuild relationships together as one unit rather than away from eachother with children living in foster care. With the service closing families in need will miss out on the chance to rebuild their future together.","","","L","L8","OTL","2011","03","26", "Lambeth garden waste collection","Lambeth Council is to stop its free collection of garden waste and start charging £25 a year for it, plus a fee to buy sacks.","http://www.lambeth.gov.uk/Services/Environment/RubbishWasteRecycling/GardenWaste4April.htm","http://www.lambeth.gov.uk/Services/Environment/RubbishWasteRecycling/GardenWaste4April.htm","SW","SW2","","2011","03","17", "South Wales Police","South Wales Police are in talks with staff and unions as the force is to cut up to 200 jobs over the next 18 months.","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-12767133","","CF","","","2011","03","17", "Aimhigher","Aimhigher is a national initiative inspiring and motivating young people from areas of deprivation, under-represented groups and those with little or no family background of participation in higher education. These young people all have the ability to progress to higher education, but do not have the information or knowledge to make informed decisions about their future. Aimhigher aims to provide information, advice and guidance, as well as hands-on experience of higher education such as attending Summer Schools and campus visits to universities. In November 2010 David Willetts announced that Aimhigher activities would end in July 2011. This will leave the current Year 12 students without any dedicated support to make informed decisions, as the new university funding arrangements do not begin until September 2012.","","http://www.hefce.ac.uk/widen/aimhigh/","National","","","2011","03","17", "Volunteers in Child Protection scheme","Not a cut, but good news about a reprieved cut, reported by Community Care today: Bromley Council has reversed its decision to scrap its Volunteers in Child Protection scheme. The council said pressure from the public led it to save the high profile, Big Society-style programme under which volunteers work in child protection. The Volunteers in Child Protection scheme costs £38,000 per year. The programme, run by the charity Community Service Volunteers (CSV), matches volunteers with families and children on protection plans to give practical advice and support. Originally a three-year pilot in two local authorities in 2004, the ViCP scheme now runs in the London boroughs of Bromley, Lewisham and Islington, and in Southend-on-Sea.","http://www.communitycare.co.uk/Articles/2011/03/17/116488/council-u-turn-saves-volunteers-in-child-protection-scheme.htm","","BR","BR1","","2011","03","18", "Cumbria County wildlife sites officer","Based at Cumbria Wildlife Trust, the county wildlife sites officer maintained the database of Local Wildlife Sites (sites of high value for their habitats and species). The post was funded by several of the county's local authorities as it provided data for National Indicator 197 as well as providing a much-needed data curation service and a central contact for landowners who owned a County Wildlife Site where they could access help and advice to get Higher Level Stewardship funding for their land. The funding for the post was cut by the local authorities as soon as the National Indicator set was withdrawn. The officer was made redundant in March 2011.","","","LA","LA8","8LX","2011","03","23", "Central Valuing People Now team","The Valuing People agenda/movement has played a significant role in driving change for people with learning disabilities throughout the country in all aspects of their lives, leading to joint working between Health and Social Services and many other positive outcomes. The link to the Mencap site explains it in more detail. Clearly Regional cuts are also being made as the Regional Lead for the West Midlands has been made redundant from April.","http://www.mencap.org.uk/news.asp?id=21261&pageno;=&year;=&menuId=90","http://www.mencap.org.uk/news.asp?id=21261&pageno;=&year;=&menuId=90","National","","","2011","03","18", "Liverpool Women's Hospital Neonatal Unit","Nurses who care for premature and sick babies are facing pay cuts or redundancy.","","http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/liverpool-news/local-news/2011/03/15/scores-of-jobs-set-to-be-cut-at-liverpool-women-s-hospital-100252-28335471/","L","L8","7SS","2011","03","18", "Blackpool Teaching Hospitals","Plans to lose 660 jobs from a workforce of 4,000 by March 2012 by voluntary and compulsory redundancies. Many are clinical staff in non-clinical roles but with a wealth of knowledge skills and expertise. All specialist nursing posts and other senior nursing posts reviewed e.g. to establish which to be lost. All staff over 65 are being/will be made redundant. All staff on temporary or fixed term contracts redundant. ","","","FY","FY","","2011","03","21", "road accident research","One of the governments first acts in its comprehensive spending review was to cancel agreed funding into road accident research at Loughborough University. Result - 11 research posts lost and no ongoing research into road accident injuries on Britains roads","","","LE","LE11","3TU","2011","03","21", "Social policy research","Since the coalition came to power no new research contracts have been awarded nationally in all areas of social policy, putting many jobs at risk in University research departments. This means that the government will not be able to measure the effects of their policies and the cuts that will bring poverty to thousands of families and children.","","","National","LE11","","2011","03","21", "Pathways programme at Bournemouth and Poole College","Charges are being introduced for a adult education course designed for people with severe learning difficulties. In the wake of government funding cuts, Bournemouth and Poole College is introducing annual fees of more than £1,600 for its successful three-year Pathways programme. The course, for over-19s with disabilities or severe or moderate learning difficulties, has been free of charge until now. But government funding which covered half the cost of the course has been removed.","http://www.bournemouthecho.co.uk/news/8924629.Carers__anguish_at__funding_cut_that_will_cost_them_thousands/","","BN","","","2011","03","23", "Summergrove housing project","Summergrove is a housing project for families recovering from substance misuse and often domestic violence. It is a safe haven for parents to rehabilitate and for their children to enjoy stability whilst staying together as a family unit. In effect, they are given the chance to rehabilitate together as a family unit. With this service closing families will miss out on the chance to stay together and more children could enter foster care, costing the local authority thousands of pounds and ripping families apart, thus creating more social problems in the future.","","","L","L8","OTL","2011","03","26", "Domestic Violence Integrated Response Project (DVIRP)","The funding for DVIRP is running out in July 2011 and due to cuts to council funding and charities grants from the government, DVIRP may have to close its sexual and domestic violence specialist advice unit. Furthermore, DVIRP may have to cut down on helpline hours and volunteer training. DVIRP is crucial to domestic violence response in Leicester, providing a hub for referrals to other services, as well as a safe way for victims of DV to consider there options through discussions with the helpline staff. The service is frequently used by the police and social services to make sure that victims get more than just legal/procedural support. If it has to cut back, it will be a serious loss to Leicester and will mean less support for vulnerable men, women and children in Leicester today.","","http://dvirp.co.uk/","LE","","","2011","03","23", "Building Schools for the Future (BSF)","6 schools were to be rebuilt in the first phase. In 2009 Karen Adderley (Head of Corporate Support, Walsall Council) said ""This will mean that Walsall schools will have access to in the region of £100 million to transform learning in Walsall""","","","WS","WS","","2011","03","24", "Warrington Libraries","Two local libraries will close at the end of March 2011 and the mobile library service will stop. The mobile service will be replaced by extending the scheme whereby volunteers take books to the housebound. The number of Family Reading Workers employed by the library who provide sessions in Sure Start centres has also been reduced.","","","WA","","","2011","03","25", "Amber Valley pest control charges","Amber Valley Borough Council is introducing fees for some types of household pest control, and increasing existing fees for others, in 2011/12 (all figures include VAT): • rats, mice, cockroaches, woodlice – currently free; will rise to £30 (£18 for benefits claimants) for three visits, and £12 for additional visits • ants – currently £23; will rise to £30 (although a lower rate of £18 will be introduced for benefits claimants) • bed bugs – currently free; will rise to £96 (£72 for benefits claimants) Pest control charges are also rising above inflation for the commercial and not-for-profit sectors.","","","DE","DE5","","2011","03","25", "Amber Valley pest control charges","Amber Valley Borough Council is introducing fees for some types of household pest control, and increasing existing fees for others, in 2011/12 (all figures include VAT): • rats, mice, cockroaches, woodlice – currently free; will rise to £30 (£18 for benefits claimants) for three visits, and £12 for additional visits • ants – currently £23; will rise to £30 (although a lower rate of £18 will be introduced for benefits claimants) • bed bugs – currently free; will rise to £96 (£72 for benefits claimants) Pest control charges are also rising above inflation for the commercial and not-for-profit sectors.","[removed]{if (typeof(Page_ClientValidate) != 'function' || Page_ClientValidate()) __doPostBack('MainControl$CustomFunctionality_ZoneMain$EmbeddedUserControlPlaceholderControl1$_ctl0$m","","DE","DE5","","2011","03","25", "Weir Road Reuse & Recycling Centre","The London Borough of Merton's Weir Road recycling site, which boasts a 98% recovery rate, is being closed from Tuesday 29 March 2011. This will leave only one waste and recycling centre in the entire borough.","http://www.merton.gov.uk/living/environment/recyclingwastemanagement/recycling/reuse-recycling-centres/weir-road-sign.jpg","http://www.merton.gov.uk/living/environment/recyclingwastemanagement/recycling/reuse-recycling-centres/weirroad.htm","SW","SW19","8UG","2011","03","25", "Starbeck library","local community library to be closed","","","HG","HG2","","2011","03","26", "Children's ICT education","Currently this government is conducting a review of the National Curriculum for schools (it refuses to take any notice of the one conducted by the previous government just before the election and so they are doubling up on costs). In it they are asking if ICT should even be part of the curriculum. If this is combined with the fact that as soon as the government came into power they clawed back 50 percent of the ICT funding given to schools in order to fund free schools (that strikes me as being somewhat of a contradiction as they are hardly free if they are being paid for by all schools ICT budgets). The government have also decided that schools will now only get 20 percent of their devolved capital formula budgets (this is funding for ICT and buildings) with the other 80 percent being retained by LAs ( again a complete contradiction as the government promised that school budgets would be protected and what money there was would go directly to schools). One of the first quangos to be affected by the cuts was BECTA who were responsible for leading on the development of educational ICT and they are now being wound up with the loss of many jobs and the loss of the much needed leadership for educational ICT already being felt. This is compounded by the fact that most LAs are now making the people who deliver educational support (including ICT) for schools redundant as part of their budget cuts. The expectation is that schools will buy in the support but many schools are struggling to keep up with the pace of change in technology and as already described now have very little funding specifically aimed at developing their use of ICT for teaching and learning. In total this does not bode well for the pupils in terms of their education in ICT and ultimately does not bode well in terms of the skills and knowledge that our young people will have when they leave school. Surely this will impact negatively on how successful the UK will be in terms of competing in the global economy? ICT is essential to the future of our children and our country and these different cuts and the governments lack of support for it (there is no mention of ICT in the education white paper) is a clear case of false economy! ","","","National","","","2011","03","27", "Woodland View and Birch Avenue","These 2 care homes for dementia patients are marked for closure","","","S","","","2011","03","27", "Marlene Reed Centre Community Resource Centre","Cut: £121,000 (27%) – includes debts and benefits advice: £21,000; carers support: £32,159; community hub: £68,000 MRC has provided community services for 25 years, offering play, care, training, advice and furniture re-use. Last year, its debt advice worker dealt with 149 debts and helped 262 clients with benefits. Although there is still some money to deal with benefits problems, Dave Ahlquist, chief executive of MRC, says: ""Requests for help with benefits usually come hand in glove with debt issues, and it will be almost impossible for the adviser to separate the two."" Scrapping of the carers support, run by two part-time workers, means that 400 unpaid carers will no longer receive peer support. The scheme helped Sheila, a mother diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis, to get a grant for a special wheelchair that fits into the family car and is much easier for her husband – her full-time carer – to use. Although the cuts from Leicestershire county council equate to 27% of MRC's income, Ahlquist says other cuts are still under consideration and it could lose up to 50%. ""There doesn't seem to be any joined-up thinking in the way cuts are implemented across different departments and parts of the public sector,"" he says.","","http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2011/mar/25/public-sector-cuts-where-will-they-hit?INTCMP=SRCH#Leicestershire","LE","","","2011","03","29", "Gospel Oak CMHT","Community Mental Health Team. Carrying two vacant fte nursing posts, out of a full complement of six fte nursing posts.","","","NW","NW3","5NU","2011","04","01", "Migrant Advice & Advocacy Project","the service is being closed today 31st March. it provides vital support to some of the most vulnerable people in our area who are unable to secure housing, who are super exploited by employers, refused benefits when sick or access to health care. we help hundreds of people every year keeping them out of psychiatric hospital, or on important medication for communicable illnesses. the highly knowledgeable staff are being thrown on the dole","","http://www.gopetition.co.uk/petition/42505.html","E","e15","","2011","03","31", "NHS mental health day services in Staffordshire","On the South Staffordshire PCT website, there is an engagment document that outlines the intention for the commissioning board to agree to close 6 day services provided by South Staffs and Shropshire healthcare NHS foundation trust by 1 May as well as another day centre on July 1 and a group for people who have supported employment by 1 December. The engagement document which is a public one seeks the views of service users and shows they are collectivley overwhelmingly against these cuts and the offer of 3rd sector services supporting these people. It is mentioned on several occassions throughout the document that the main benefit for this proposal is financial and is therefore a clear cut. a saving of 1 million a year.","http://www.southstaffordshirepct.nhs.uk/Aboutus/Board2011/300311/300311_Public_Board_papers.pdf","","ST","b77","","2011","04","01", "St Catherine's Catholic High School Halifax","10 teaching jobs to be cut - nearly a quarter of it's teaching staff - staff are paying the price for the school’s failure to tackle financial problems sooner and a drive to switch to academy status, which demands a balanced budget.","","www.halifaxcourier.co.uk","HX","HX2","9TH","2011","04","01", "NHS Harrow","Commissioning staff, accountants, stop smoking advisor, patient and public engagement and complaints team, administrators, ","","","HA","","","2011","04","01", "Connexions, Stafford","The Connexions service, - formerly the Careers service - has now closed its doors. The Connexions office in Stafford was prominently sited, and helped young people to find advice about jobs health issues, housing, benefits,and many other problems they may have. This is now gone. Some of the staff have been transferred into the local authority. ","","","ST","ST16 ","","2011","04","01", "Cumbria Adult Education Service","All training and meetings for Adult Education tutors have been scrapped and no authorising of ""non-essential"" travel is allowed. Support for tutors is now virtually non-existent.","","","CA","","","2011","04","04", "Kinloss Garth Youth Club","A youth club for young people with learning disabilities. Closed down as of 04/05/11.","","","HU","HU7","4LY","2011","04","15", "Greenroom","Greenroom is a fantastic arts centre that supports local experimental artists in a range of media mostly film and theatre/performance. Its Arts Council funding was cut and now it's going to close.","","http://greenroomarts.tumblr.com/","M","M","","2011","04","15", "Spare Tyre","Charity. Promote access to cultural activities across London. Local authority funding cut: £17,101.5. Details: Received £31,572 in 2010/11; cut by £19,732.50 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Studio 3 Arts","Charity. Promote access to cultural activities across London. Local authority funding cut: £33,593.75. Details: Received £53,750 in 2010/11; cut by £33,593.75 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "S.P.I.D. theatre company","Charity. 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games - support cultural activities; and promote access to cultural activities across London. Local authority funding cut: £22,933.75. Details: Received a total of £36,694 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £22,933.75 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Serpentine Gallery","Charity. Provide educational & participatory programmes/activities in all art & culture forms for disadvantaged children and young ppl. Local authority funding cut: £17,731.25. Details: Received £28,370 in 2010/11; cut by £17,731.25 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","W","","","2011","10","23", "Sound Connections","Charity. Provide educational & participatory programmes/activities in all art & culture forms for disadvantaged children and young ppl. Local authority funding cut: £49,021.25. Details: Received £78,434 in 2010/11; cut by £49,021.25 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Crook baths and leisure centre","Crook baths and leisure centre has been closed in spite of local opposition. Children and adults in the town will have to travel several miles to Durham or Bishop Auckland in this relatively deprived rural area for swimming , sports or exercise classes. At one time it had a thriving swimming club for local children. Although Durham CC have been blamed by some this is a direct result of swingeing cuts imposed by the government. ","","","DL","DL","","2011","10","20", "SPAN (Skills and Practical Activities Network), Nottingham","Closure of purpose-built centre, complete with horticulture, catering and computer skills and Admin training.","","http://nottspeertopeernetwork.com/span.htm","NG","","","2011","04","21", "Connexions Bradford","Connexions Bradford (run by Prospects) has had it's budget for 2011/12 cut by a further 10%, having already endured a 13% budget cut late in 2010. This will mean that a further 8-10 members of staff - who support young people -will be losing their jobs within the next few weeks. The number of young people - many of whom are vulnerable - will go without much needed support surrounding issues such as Employment, Housing, Health and Sexual Health, Careers Advice, Educational Choices, and much more... and all this at a time when youth unemployment continues to rise.","","","BD","BD","","2011","04","26", "City College Norwich","87 jobs to be cut from City College Norwich. Proposals to reduce teaching time and create positions with less pay to do roles previously conducted by Lecturers.","http://www.edp24.co.uk/news/education/city_college_norwich_axing_up_to_87_jobs_to_close_2_million_funding_black_hole_1_875834","","NR","NR2","2LJ","2011","04","26", "Further Education","100 jobs to go at City College Norwich May 2010","http://www.edp24.co.uk/news/100_jobs_to_go_at_city_college_norwich_1_481028","","NR","NR2","2LJ","2011","04","26", "Lewisham Library Service","Lewisham council voted to close 5 libraries out of 12 after a seven month consultation with a pre-determined decision. These will be replaced by so-called community libraries with many fewer books and undetermined amount of council money, no cost/benefit analysis on the ""savings"", the loss of 19/20 jobs. These 5 libraries rack up visit figures of 327,000 pa and 264,000 issues pa. The petitions to keep them open showed 25,443 signatures. ","","librarylondon.org","SE","SE13","","2011","04","28", "Adult social services, West Sussex","West Sussex County Council are cutting 40% from the adult social care budget, starting in April 2011. The cuts will be made over 3 years. Day services are going to be closed, people with moderate needs will no longer receive a service and the charging policy has been revised to assess 100% of disposable income.","www.westsussex.gov.uk","http://www.dontcutusout.org.uk/","PO","PO18 ","0JP","2011","05","13", "Margaret Stanhope Centre-South Staffordshire and Shropshire Healthcare NHS foundation Trust.","A recent article in the local newspaper pretty much confirms that a mental health unit, the maragret stanhope centre (Burton upon trent) is likely to be closed and people in need on in-patient care will be forced to go to tamworth or stafford for this service. This is something that the trust seems to have very little concern about as they didn't attend a south east staffs scrutiny health commitee which has angered the local people. Bed numbers have reduced over the last six months, and there have been many occassions that these idle beds have been empty whilst people from burton have had to go to tamworth or stafford. This is not fair on people or their families who visit them whilst they are in hospital. what makes this worse a year or so ago it was bought to the attention of burton's conservative MP that people were concerned how Burton's mental health services were constantly being reduced and his reply?....... ************************************************************************************ Mr Griffiths said: “We have to be very clear that the Government has promised it is going to increase health spending, not cut it. “That’s why I’m convinced we won’t see the kind of doomsday scenario that’s being painted. “If I thought we were looking at cuts of the magnitude that the paper suggests then I would be straight on the phone to Health Secretary Andrew Lansley and dragging him to Burton and making sure he understood the impact that would have on the health of Burtonians. “I don’t think that’s going to happen so I would call for people to be calm and rational about it.” ............(July 2010) ************************************************************************************ right load of bullsugar that is then isn't it, SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE AND SHROPSHIRE NHS HEALTHCARE FOUNDATION TRUST ARE NOT VALUING ANYBODIES OPINION WHO LIVE IN BURTON....there are tens of letters to the local paper where the trust hasn't responded to people's fears of closure and this is just another one!","http://www.burtonmail.co.uk/News/Anger-as-health-chiefs-snub-closure-meeting-29042011.htm","","ST","","","2011","04","30", "Somerset Libraries"," Public Interest Lawyers Press Release – 3 May 2011 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE LEGAL CHALLENGE TO LIBRARIES CLOSURES ________________________________________________________________ Public Interest Lawyers have issued two judicial review claims at the High Court on behalf of clients in Gloucestershire and Somerset challenging councils‟ decisions to slash library budgets and close highly valued regional libraries. Libraries to be closed are located in some of the most economically deprived areas of the country.Gloucestershire County Council have decided to withdraw funding from 10 libraries, and every one of their mobile library services. Somerset are shutting the doors on 11 of theirs, as well as axing 4 of the 6 mobile library routes. Understandably, local residents are doing all they can to stop the councils pulling the plug, and instructed Public Interest Lawyers to launch a legal challenge to these damaging cuts. There are three grounds to the legal challenge. Firstly, that the councils are in breach of their obligation under the Public Libraries and Museums Act 1964 to provide an „efficient and comprehensive library service‟. Secondly, the councils have not paid due regard to their equality duties. The harmful effect that the closure of many fixed libraries and all the mobile libraries would have on the vulnerable members of society cannot be overstated. Thirdly, our clients argue that the consultation process carried out by the councils was insufficient, and the results were ignored. Somerset consulted for only a month, over the Christmas period, and Gloucestershire‟s consultation process was actually still on-going when they made their decision on libraries. One of the claimants, Rebecca Hird, commented that “it is a disgrace that the library is being closed. Watchet is a small town, and there are very few local amenities remaining since the Council closed the youth centres.” Speaking today, Phil Shiner said “Councils have a very clear and specific statutory duty to provide a comprehensive library service. That is a duty owed by Councils, not the Big Society. Taxpayers are entitled to expect compliance. Libraries are a lifeline for the disenfranchised.” For more information please contact Daniel Carey or Leigh Webber on 0121 515 5069 or leigh.webber@publicinterestlawyers.co.uk ","","www.standup4shepton.com","TA","","","2011","05","04", "St Helens & Whiston Hospitals to go Private?","Increasing rumours that these 2 local hospitals will be 'privatised', leaving the people of Knowsley with no NHS hospitals First reported in the Daily/Sunday Mirror 17/4/11 http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/health-news/2011/04/17/fury-at-plans-to-hand-over-three-hospitals-including-birthplace-of-the-nhs-to-private-sector-115875-23066480/ This was denied by St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals, but a ConDem Health Minister more or less admitted yesterday that it was being considered Liverpool Daily Post 5/5/11 http://www.liverpooldailypost.co.uk/liverpool-news/regional-news/2011/05/05/whiston-hospital-may-be-handed-over-to-private-company-says-minister-92534-28638150/ The 'silence' from the actual Labour MP for Whiston, Shaun Woodward is deafening as Dave Watts is not the MP for this area Not to be cynical, but St Helens Hospital underwent a complete rebuild in 2008, and Whiston Hospital was rebuilt last year. Both buildings are state-of-the-art. Is this a reason they have been earmarked for 'private sector involvement?'","","","L","L35","","2011","05","05", "Further Education Colleges in the North East","More than 800 posts to be axed at the region’s colleges Job losses: Bishop Auckland College - 95 South Tyneside College - 62 Newcastle College - 171 East Durham College - 76 City of Sunderland College - 69 Tyne Met College - 66 Stockton Riverside College - 23","http://www.tes.co.uk/article.aspx?storycode=6079660","www.ucu.org.uk","NE","","","2011","05","09", "Increased charges for adult social care service, Kingston","Charges for non-residential adult social care services have been increased in Kingston - from April 2011 for new service users and from October 2011 for existing service users. The principal changes are that those with savings of more than £23,250 will have to fund the full cost of their support, the 'cap' on charges has been removed (so potentially people with high value care packages have to pay much more) and the proportion of their available income people will be charged is rising from 50% to 75%. An application for judicial review has been made on behalf of a service user on the grounds that the council did not fulfil its legal obligations to promote equality for disabled people and women and did not pay due regard to the effects of the decision on people in these groups. The solicitor is Rosa Curling of Leigh Day & Co and the barrister is Kate Markum of Doughty Street Chambers. We are currently (as at 17 May) waiting for Kingston's formal response to the letter before claim, before the application proceeds.","","http://janeyoungme.wordpress.com/social-care/social-care-charges-kingston/","KT","","","2011","05","17", "Bradford Area Occupational Health and Safety Forum","Braford Area Occupational Health and Safety Forum raises awarness about occupational health and safety to its 700+ members who are employers in the Bradford District. It also lobbies for better occupational health and safety protection of workers and works starategically with local partnerships. The Forum lost all its pct commissioning funding due to the cuts but is still managing to survive on limited resources.","","www.baohsf.org.uk ","BD","BD1","5DT","2011","05","23", "Devon County Council staff","Over 220 people to be made redundent in the Corporate Resources Department of the authority. These jobs cover IT, Human Resources and Finance. This is to be finished by September 2011. In the past 18 months the authority has lost 900 jobs through Vacancy Management. More cuts to come in LIbraries","","","EX","EX1","","2011","06","24", "Sure Start Children's Centres - Hampshire","Hampshire County Council have taken £6m out of it's Sure Start budget and are now deciding through a possibly illegal consultation how to apply these cuts - the current proposal is to merge, cluster and put to tender the centres. A parent, with the support of SOCC Hampshire, have taken Hampshire County Council to judicial review in a hope to see the cut in budget overturned and the consultation started again.","www.socchampshire.org.uk","","SO","","","2011","05","26", "Essex County Council children homes","Essex County Council seeks to close down its children homes - Community Care - Wednesday 25 May 2011 ","http://www.communitycare.co.uk/Articles/2011/05/25/116879/council-seeks-to-close-down-its-children-homes.htm","","CM","CM1","","2011","05","26", "Birmingham and Solihull Hospital Beds","MORE than 700 hospital beds are set to be slashed across Birmingham and Solihull in new cost-cutting plans to save millions by health bosses. The cuts are planned across major acute hospitals in the city including Queen Elizabeth, Heartlands, Good Hope, Solihull and City hospitals. It would mean about 15 per cent of the 4,500 hospital beds could go. Dr Patrick Brooke, medical director for Solihull NHS PCT said: “We know that we need to reduce financial costs, The amount we can’t afford is to the equivalent of 740 beds.","http://www.birminghammail.net/news/top-stories/2011/05/20/more-than-700-hospital-beds-to-be-cut-across-birmingham-and-solihull-under-new-cost-saving-plans-97319-28729213/","","B","B","","2011","05","31", "Music education","Cuts to Herefordshire Music Service and The Music Pool","","","HR","","","2011","06","03", "NCB (National Children's Bureau)","NCB have lost at least 90 staff due to voluntary and compulsory redundancies. Following a series of funding cuts the National Children's Bureau have lost approximately 50 staff through voluntary redundancies, and over 30 have recently been made redundant following an organisational restructure. Other vacant posts have not been filled. ","","","EC","EC1V","7QE","2011","06","14", "Early Years Consultant team, Devon","The Devon Early Years team provides advice and support to schools and settings in provision for the under fives. This includes early intervention Area SENCo role, curriculum - training packages, post OFSTED advice and support, audits of provision in day care settings and pre-schools, etc. By the end of March this year the Early Years Team had been cut by half creating a vast hole in support for high quality early years provision. Other cut backs in Devon include: Cut backs to specialist advisory teams - special educational needs, ethnic minority achievement, Staff not replaced in Portage team. Many posts lost within staff support/administration. High levels of anxiety and demoralisation due to restructuring, uncertainty and ever increasing workloads Over 70 advisory posts lost by April 2011 in the Devon Learning and Development Partnership (e.g. Geography, Art, Music, literacy and numeracy consultant teams, as well as the Early Years team - and many more).","","","EX","","","2011","06","15", "Airedale Hospital - two further wards","As well as ward 3 which closed in March, the Chief Exec has made a presentation which shows that a further two wards are to close this year.","","","BD","BD20","6TD","2011","06","27", "Merrishaw Day Nursery","Merrishaw Day Nursery in West Heath is facing imminent closure as part of the review of council services following the council budget cuts. It is also believed that the rest of the service will be scaled down so that only those classed as “children in need” would be able to access the day nursery. Update: Despite campaigning by parents, the nursery has now closed, along with seven others in Birmingham: http://birminghamagainstthecuts.wordpress.com/2011/08/31/merrishaw-day-nursery-closes/","http://birminghamagainstthecuts.wordpress.com/2011/07/14/save-merrishaw-day-nursery-from-closure/","","B","B31","3SL","2011","07","14", "Teviot Tower Day Nursery","Teviot Tower Day Nursery in Aston is facing imminent closure as part of the review of council services following the council budget cuts. It is also believed that the rest of the service will be scaled down so that only those classed as “children in need” would be able to access the day nursery. ","http://birminghamagainstthecuts.wordpress.com/2011/07/14/save-merrishaw-day-nursery-from-closure/","","B","B19","3BX","2011","07","14", "The Chestnut Centre Day Nursery","The Chestnut Centre day nursery in Bordeseley Green is facing imminent closure as part of the review of council services following the council budget cuts. It is also believed that the rest of the service will be scaled down so that only those classed as “children in need” would be able to access the day nursery. ","http://birminghamagainstthecuts.wordpress.com/2011/07/14/save-merrishaw-day-nursery-from-closure/","","B","B9","4NA","2011","07","14", "Yatesburry Avenue Day Nursery","Yatesburry Avenue day nursery in Castle Vale was closed in May 2011.","http://birminghamagainstthecuts.wordpress.com/2011/07/14/save-merrishaw-day-nursery-from-closure/","","B","B35","6DG","2011","07","14", "Millpool Gardens Day Nursery","Millpool Gardens Day Nursery in Kings Heath is facing imminent closure as part of the review of council services following the council budget cuts. It is also believed that the rest of the service will be scaled down so that only those classed as “children in need” would be able to access the day nursery. ","http://birminghamagainstthecuts.wordpress.com/2011/07/14/save-merrishaw-day-nursery-from-closure/","","B","B14","5EU","2011","07","14", "New Spring Street Day Nursery","New Spring Street Day Nursery is facing imminent closure as part of the review of council services following the council budget cuts. It is also believed that the rest of the nursery service will be scaled down so that only those classed as “children in need” would be able to access the day nursery. ","http://birminghamagainstthecuts.wordpress.com/2011/07/14/save-merrishaw-day-nursery-from-closure/","","B","B18","7LG","2011","07","14", "Belgravia Day Nursery","Belgravia Day Nursery in Highgate is facing imminent closure as part of the review of council services following the council budget cuts. It is also believed that the rest of the service will be scaled down so that only those classed as “children in need” would be able to access the day nursery.","http://birminghamagainstthecuts.wordpress.com/2011/07/14/save-merrishaw-day-nursery-from-closure/","","B","B5","7LA","2011","07","14", "Dyson Gardens Day Nursery","Dyson Gardens Day Nursery in Alum Rock is facing imminent closure as part of the review of council services following the council budget cuts. It is also believed that the rest of the service will be scaled down so that only those classed as “children in need” would be able to access the day nursery.","http://birminghamagainstthecuts.wordpress.com/2011/07/14/save-merrishaw-day-nursery-from-closure/","","B","B8","3QF","2011","07","14", "Coventry Sure Start Children's Centres","Coventry Sure Start Children's Centres are currently under review and the Council is proposing to cut all provision for under 2's and all full-time day-care in the nurseries. These Children's centres provide invaluable support and services for all children and parents and help to foster social inclusion.","","http://www.facebook.com/pages/Coventry-Save-our-Childrens-Centres/242892275729392","CV","","","2011","07","18", "PACE LGBT Youth Groups (London)","Weekly youth groups and specialist social support services for LGBT young people under 26 have all been hit by cuts to local authority and PCT funding. Some of London's best known LGBT support services for 'at risk' young adults have closed after 14 years. (www.outzone.org) (www.girldiva.org.uk) From May 2011, London charity PACE (www.pacehealth.org.uk) can only afford maintain support for vulnerable youngsters aged under 19's due to complete withdrawal of funding from Haringey, Enfield and Barnet PCT and Councils. Weekly support, HIV prevention and sexual heath screening, counselling, groups and workshops, suicide prevention and mental health sign-posting and referral are no longer offered to young people aged 20-26.","www.outzone.org","www.paceyouth.net","National","N7","9JL","2011","08","01", "Local bus services, Cornwall","Cornwall council is reducing the bus pass subsidy granted to local bus companies to just 44% of the actual cost borne by the companies : substantial reductions in services are now anticipated across the region. See link : http://www.thisiscornwall.co.uk/Cornwall-facing-catastrophic-cuts-bus-routes/story-12980338-detail/story.html","http://www.thisiscornwall.co.uk/Cornwall-facing-catastrophic-cuts-bus-routes/story-12980338-detail/story.html","http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/series/cutswatch","PL","PL15","","2011","08","02", "Springwell Mental Health Unit, Barnet","range of mental health services provided by barnet enfield and haringey mental health trust. springwell unit barnet hospital after being refurbished at a cost of millions, services are being cut, transferred and lost in the administrative muddle this trust is in. this service was extremely limited in scope in the first place, now it is in danger of being cut. this nhs mental health trusts current plans in the local press are bewildering, the local community has no representation on this trust. ","barnet times","","EN","en4","","2011","08","02", "North Finchley Soup Kitchen","tally ho sunday soup kitchen friern park N12 this was a voluntary service provided to rough sleepers and the homeless the only place available for free food on sundays as far as i know it was staffed by volunteers from local churches of all denominations it was open for a few hours every sunday and was a safe resting point for vulnerable, a cup of coffee and a hot vegy meal the building, owned by barnet council was sold","","","N","n12","","2011","08","02", "Community Focus, Arts Depot Finchley","community focus offered courses and day classes in arts, these have been cut, despite the fact the course fees were evening class scales and the organisation was sponsored by barnet council community focus was targeted at vulnerable/disabled","","","N","n12","","2011","08","02", "Oxfordshire Children and Voluntary Youth Services","Our organisation provides training, advice and support to small grassroots organisations through to large organisations working with young people. We provide training for frontline practitioners, support with fundraising, service planning and represent the sector at a strategic level in planning local services with the Local Authority. We provide a range of support to organisations around delivering services to young people, which includes making sure adequate safeguarding procedures are in place across our organisations and keeping our members legally complaint in providing services for young people. We also disseminate best practice around the county. We provide a range of support to local start up groups and in particular we are now providing support to volunteers who have taken over the running of community assets. We have also provided the youth volunteering infrastructure for the county over the last three years, and placed over 3100 young people in volunteering across a vast body of organisations. These cuts have cut our volunteering programme almost in its entirety, and we can no longer provide workforce training to equip the voluntary sector with the skills they need to do youth work. Our organisation lost over 90% of its funding and is set to close in March 2012 unless we can secure further funds for our vital work to ensure that there is a skilled workforce in the voluntary sector, providing services to our most vulnerable young people. ","","www.ocvys.org ","OX","OX4 ","2ES","2011","08","02", "Kids In Communication","Kids In Communication (KIC) was a voluntary youth media project in the West Midlands based in Wolverhampton. For 13 years, KIC has trained over 5,000 young people improving confidence, employability and communication skills. KIC worked with disadvantaged young people from one of the most economically deprived areas of the country. KIC was run by young people to dispel negative stereotypes and help those young people create content to their and wider communities benefit. On average, KIC worked with 500 young people every year breaking every contractual target set by funding bodies. Until the 31st March, KIC was centrally funded through an organisation called V inspired (previously Millennium Volunteers). Due to the government cuts, KIC lost all of it's £100,000 per year funding. This total loss of funding meant the organisation had to close it's doors to young people. This removed 500 voluntary placements for young people at a time when they are being disproportionally burdened by government cuts. The closure meant a loss to young people of state of the art radio studios. KIC is working hard to secure more funding and begin working with young people who need support, positive engagement and invaluable experience once again.","www.kicfm.com","www.kicfm.com","WV","wv3","9dx","2011","08","02", "Remploy","Remploy was set up in 1945 following the Second World War and as a result of the 1944 Disabled Persons (Employment) Act. It was initially known as the Disabled Person Employment Corporation Ltd, but changed its name to Remploy in 1949. Most of its initial employees were ex-servicemen disabled in the war. Remploy provides a vital service for disabled people offering them a chance to lead fulfilling and productive lives through work at the company as well as an employment service for those wishing to work elsewhere. The government has commissioned the Sayce report, which recommends that the factories should be closed and the employment service privatised. The government has said it is 'minded' to accept the report's recommendations but has launched a three month consultation which ends on 17 October.","http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cornwall-14308677?utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=twitterfeed","","TR","TR20","8HX","2011","08","04", "East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust","£30M of ""efficiency savings"" (Cuts) for 2011/2012. Total £100M over the next 4 years. Four 28 bedded wards earmarked for closure (one already closed) at Conquest Hospital and Eastbourne District General Hospital.","http://www.eastbourneherald.co.uk/news/health/trust_needs_savings_worth_30_million_1_2723378","","TN","","","2011","08","04", "Royal Alexandra Hospital children's ward","Greater Glasgow and Clyde Health Board want to close RAH ward 15, the kids ward, supposedly for ""clinical reasons"". In fact the Heath Board is being forced to cut £57 Million from it's budget and the fact is if there were no cuts then there would be no ward closure. This ward closure will have a devasttating impact on local families who will be forced to travel with sick children, miles up to Yorkhill in Glasgow, often with poor public transport links. The move may also have a catastrophioc domino effect on other services in the Hospital. This can often happen as an unintended consequence of closures in a hospital as services are often linked by back up systems, such as specialist training that have a tendency to dwindle once a major service like paediatric services gets taken away. ","http://www.paisleydailyexpress.co.uk/2011/06/30/health-bosses-move-step-closer-to-closing-children-s-ward-at-paisley-s-royal-alexandra-hospital-87085-28965711/","http://signon.org/sign/save-rah-kids-ward","PA","pa2","9pn","2011","08","11", "LAMP homeless charity","The Christian charity works with homeless 16-25 year olds by providing secure accommodation and individual ongoing support, as well as educational workshops on homelessness in the local area. LAMP's objective is to positively change the lives of disadvantaged homeless 16-25 year olds in Luton and the surrounding areas, and enable each individual to reach their full potiential, live independently and participate fully in the community and all aspects of society. LAMP achieves this by providing safe, secure housing, an individual support plan (incl guidance in career, life skills, finance, etc.), advice and genuine care for their welfare and future. They have previously partly relied on the government for funding but due to the public sector cuts expect to lose between £60,000-130,000. The charity’s funding needs are around £190,000 per annum of which they raise £60,000 from their own fundraising efforts. Over the past ten years the charity has helped 3,000 young people, of which up to 1,000 it has housed. From giving advice, to helping homeless young people stay in education or live independently, the charity does what it can to support the vulnerable. It has already lost £34,000 of funding from Connexions in September 2010 that was targeted at 16-18 year-olds. They currently have a contract with the government programme Supporting People for £97,000, but Luton Borough Council has not renewed this contract. Instead, they have put the contract out to open tender rather than re-commissioning it to current providers like LAMP. Due to the contract being reduced even if the charity were to win the contract it would face approximately a 30% drop in overall funding. To fight the consequences of the cuts, the charity is looking to increase its Trust Grant applications and to establish Social Enterprise initiatives to generate money. Working as a consortium with five other local charities, LAMP hopes to secure its future.","","http://www.lamp.uk.net/about.php","L","LU1 ","1RF","2011","08","15", "Centre Screen","Charity. Touring rural cinema scheme promoted by volunteers in mainly rural areas. Local authority funding cut: £4,000. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; cut by £4,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Bootham Park Hospital Psychiatric Intensive Care Ward","Ward 3 at Bootham Park hospital is now under threat of closure, which will push all patients into just two wards, Male and Female, regardless of condition. We are worried that this will result in loss of staff time for those with less severe mental ill health, who nonetheless find themselves in hospital.","http://www.yorkpress.co.uk/news/9212489.Bootham_hospital_wards_may_merge/","","YO","YO30","","2011","10","07", "78 Derngate","Charity. Programme of quality contemporary crafts in main gallery. Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Details: Received £5,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Castle Theatre, Wellingborough","Charity. Venue for professional and community performance and participation programme for all ages. Local authority funding cut: £1,540. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; cut by £1,540 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Tamasha Theatre Company","Charity. Promote access to cultural activities across London; and 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games - support cultural activities. Local authority funding cut: £33,663.75. Details: Received a total of £53,862 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £33,663.75 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Nottingham Playhouse","Charity. Nottingham Playhouse puts on a wide variety of drama, music, dance and comedy. Local authority funding cut: £9,000 . Details: Received £9,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Junction Arts","Charity. Rurally based participatory arts work. Local authority funding cut: £4,900 . Details: Received £20,900 in 2010/11; cut by £4,900 in 2011/12. Has successfully applied for Arts Council funding.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "First Movement","Charity. Arts projects with learning disabled people. Local authority funding cut: £2,021 . Details: Received £26,946 in 2010/11; cut by £2,021 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DE","","","2011","10","23", "Fleet Arts","Charity. Locally based and managed arts organisation. Local authority funding cut: £1,460 . Details: Received £19,466 in 2010/11; cut by £1,460 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DE","","","2011","10","23", "High Peak Community Arts","Charity. Multimedia and community arts outreach organisation. Local authority funding cut: £1,460 . Details: Received £19,466 in 2010/11; cut by £1,460 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DE","","","2011","10","23", "The Arts Depot Trust","Charity. Promote access to cultural activities across London; provide educational & participatory programmes/activities in all art & culture forms for disadvantaged children and young ppl; and promote access & participation in carnival activites & regionally important outdoor events. Local authority funding cut: £82,545. Details: Received a total of £132,072 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £82,545 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","N","","","2011","10","23", "Tara Arts Group Ltd","Charity. 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games - support cultural activities. Local authority funding cut: £22,802.5. Details: Received £36,484 in 2010/11; cut by £22,802.50 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "The Albany","Charity. Promote access to cultural activities across London. Local authority funding cut: £33,866.88. Details: Received £54,187 in 2010/11; cut by £33,866.88 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "The Broadway Theatre Company Barking","Charity. Promote access to cultural activities across London. Local authority funding cut: £13,866.88. Details: Received £22,187 in 2010/11; cut by £13,866.88 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "The Film and Video Umbrella","Charity. Promote access to cultural activities across London. Local authority funding cut: £36,346.25. Details: Received £58,154 in 2010/11; cut by £36,346.25 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "The Hounslow Arts Trust Ltd","Charity. 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games - support cultural activities; promote access to cultural activities across London; and provide educational & participatory programmes and activities in all art & culture forms for disadvantaged children and young ppl. Local authority funding cut: £99,195.63. Details: Received a total of £158,713 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £99,195.63 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TW","","","2011","10","23", "Theatre Royal Stratford East","Charity. Promote access to cultural activities across London. Local authority funding cut: £53,041.25. Details: Received £84,866 in 2010/11; cut by £53,041.25 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Tricycle Theatre Company Ltd","Charity. Promote access to cultural activities across London. Local authority funding cut: £35,348.75. Details: Received £56,558 in 2010/11; cut by £35,348.75 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Warehouse Theatre","Charity. Promote access to cultural activities across London. Local authority funding cut: £34,940.63. Details: Received £55,905 in 2010/11; cut by £34,940.63 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Polka Theatre","Charity. Drama project for children aged 0-13. Local authority funding cut: £14,849. Details: Received £14,849 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SW","","","2011","10","23", "Waltham Forest Arts Council","Charity. Delivers community-led arts activities and festivals, distributes small grants to voluntary arts groups and individual artists, and supports voluntary arts organisations in the borough.Local authority funding cut: £42,000. Details: Received £42,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Media Workshop","Charity. Arts and media workshop. Local authority funding cut: £1,690. Details: Received £16,892 in 2009/10; cut by £1,690 in 2011/12. 2009/10 was the most recent full year for which data was available at the time the 2011/12 budget was set.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DL","","","2011","10","23", "Durham City Arts","Charity. Grant to support delivery of programme of arts activity to hard to reach groups. Local authority funding cut: £2,100. Details: Received £15,000 in 2010/11; cut by £2,100 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DH","","","2011","10","23", "Highlights Rural Touring Scheme","Charity. Network of volunteer groups that organises over professional events in village halls, schools and community centres in rural communities. These include theatre, dance, music and childrens shows.Local authority funding cut: £1,680. Details: Received £12,000 in 2010/11; cut by £1,680 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DH","","","2011","10","23", "Queens Hall Arts Centre, Hexham","Charity. Queen’s Hall Arts Centre boasts a 350-seat theatre and two galleries. Local authority funding cut: £9,600. Details: Received £185,760 in 2010/11; cut by £9,600 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NE","","","2011","10","23", "Action Factory","Charity. Works with people, using participative arts, to encourage them to become active partners in cultural and creative activity.Local authority funding cut: £8,523. Details: Received a total of £16,923 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £8,523 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Future Jobs Fund. Majority of the reduction is due to cuts in FJF.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Blackburn & Darwen Band","Charity. Local band. Local authority funding cut: £2,000. Details: Received £6,000 in 2010/11; cut by £2,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Blackburn & District Arts Council","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £1,000. Details: Received £5,000 in 2010/11; cut by £1,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Burnley Youth Theatre","Charity. Youth theatre at the heart of the community in Burnley. Local authority funding cut: £6,000. Details: Received £6,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Future Jobs Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Thwaites Empire Theatre","Charity. Provides a range of entertainment and events of all genres which appeal to local audiences. Local authority funding cut: £12,876. Details: Received £12,876 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Future Jobs Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Cheshire Dance","Charity. Cheshire Dance is the development agency for dance in Cheshire. We provide classes and performances open to the public. Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Details: Received a total of £43,665 in 2010/11; cut by £5,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CW","","","2011","10","23", "Link4Life","Charity. Plans and manages the delivery of cultural provision in Rochdale. Local authority funding cut: £8,125. Details: Received £8,125 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Stour Valley Arts","Charity. International visual arts commissioning and publishing agency. Runs workshops for schools. Local authority funding cut: £4,000. Details: Received £4,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TN","","","2011","10","23", "Canterbury Arts Council","Charity. Aims to encourage and assist in presenting public concerts, recitals, dramatic performances, art exhibitions, lectures, arts festivals and other arts events in the Canterbury district.Local authority funding cut: £1,000. Details: Received £3,000 in 2010/11; cut by £1,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CT","","","2011","10","23", "1710 Celebrations Committee","Charity. Support a programme of events to involve the village of Islip.,Local authority funding cut: £750,. Details: Received £750 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Anjali Dance Company","Charity. Professional touring contemporary dance company whose members are all people who have learning disabilities. Funding supports programme. Local authority funding cut: £3,000. Details: Received £3,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Artweeks","Charity. Funding to raise the profile of professional artists in the district.,Local authority funding cut: £300,. Details: Received £300 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Queen's Theatre","Charity. Provide educational & participatory programmes/activities in all art & culture forms for disadvantaged children and young ppl. Local authority funding cut: £20,073.75. Details: Received £32,118 in 2010/11; cut by £20,073.75 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Polka Theatre for Children","Charity. 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games - support cultural activities; and provide educational & participatory programmes/activities in all art & culture forms for disadvantaged children and young ppl. Local authority funding cut: £62,767.5. Details: Received a total of £100,428 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £62,767.50 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Oval House","Charity. Promote access to cultural activities across London. Local authority funding cut: £19,541.88. Details: Received £31,267 in 2010/11; cut by £19,541.88 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Orange Tree Theatre","Charity. Promote access to cultural activities across London; and provide educational & participatory programmes/activities in all art & culture forms for disadvantaged children and young ppl. Local authority funding cut: £65,559.38. Details: Received a total of £104,895 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £65,559.38 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Oily Cart","Charity. Provide educational & participatory programmes/activities in all art & culture forms for disadvantaged children and young ppl. Local authority funding cut: £10,006.25. Details: Received £16,010 in 2010/11; cut by £10,006.25 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Creative Northants","Charity. Business and sector development for the creative sector including training, business advice and access to resources.Local authority funding cut: £12,310. Details: Received £35,515 in 2010/11; cut by £12,310 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Fermynwoods Contemporary Art","Charity. Quality visual arts programme in rural East Northants with an emphasis on arts and the environment. Local authority funding cut: £1,540. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; cut by £1,540 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Northampton Arts Collective / Fishmarket","Charity. Visual arts and community venue including retail units for creative practitioners in the centre of Northampton. Local authority funding cut: £3,850. Details: Received £25,000 in 2010/11; cut by £3,850 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Northamptonshire Open Studios","Charity. Annual showcase for artists to showcase and sell work. Local authority funding cut: £6,000. Details: Received £6,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Northants Live","Charity. Theatre, music, dance and children’s events promoted by volunteers in mainly rural areas.Local authority funding cut: £1,459. Details: Received £11,589 in 2010/11; cut by £1,459 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Orchestras Live","Charity. Enabling and supporting partners to develop and deliver orchestral events and activities. Local authority funding cut: £5,573. Details: Received £5,573 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Threshold Studios","Charity. Film and digital media participation for young people and mentorship and training for young film makers. Local authority funding cut: £1,243. Details: Received £8,103 in 2010/11; cut by £1,243 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "DanceEast","Charity. The National Dance Agency for the Eastern region. Runs a variety of dance activities open to all. Local authority funding cut: £1,000. Details: Received £4,500 in 2010/11; cut by £1,000 in 2011/12. DanceEast has received a significant increase in funding from Arts Council England.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","IP","","","2011","10","23", "Quay Theatre","Charity. Theatre in Sudbury. Local authority funding cut: £16,500. Details: Received £51,500 in 2010/11; cut by £16,500 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","IP","","","2011","10","23", "Arts Development East Cambridgeshire","Charity. ADeC is responsible for the development and delivery of the arts in East Cambridgeshire, offering a wide ranging arts development programme in partnership with professional and amateur arts organisations and providing active support to groups and projects based in the District. Funded under Arts Development Grants.Local authority funding cut: £25,000. Details: Received £79,242 in 2010/11; cut by £25,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Arts Council for North Hertfordshire","Charity. Provides financial support and assistance to local groups and individuals for arts and arts related activities. Local authority funding cut: £3,760. Details: Received £14,750 in 2010/11; cut by £1,050 in 2011/12, and by a further £2,710 by 2014/15.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Haverhill Town Hall Arts Centre","Charity. Aims to provide a programme of arts and entertainment for Haverhill and the surrounding area, featuring a broad selection of theatre, cinema, comedy, children’s shows, music, dance, spoken word, and a variety of participatory workshops for children and adults.Local authority funding cut: £11,000. Details: Received £219,750 in 2010/11; cut by £11,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","IP","","","2011","10","23", "Arts Depot Trust","Charity. Professional arts venue, providing visual and performance art.Local authority funding cut: £194,000. Details: Received £194,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","N","","","2011","10","23", "Foundation for Young Musicians","Charity. Grant in support of the London Schools Symphony Orchestra. Funded via the Barbican Centre (managed by the City of London). Local authority funding cut: £12,623. Details: Received £100,980 in 2010/11; cut by £12,623 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","EC","","","2011","10","23", "London Symphony Orchestra","Charity. Funded via the Barbican Centre (managed by the City of London). Local authority funding cut: £153,429. Details: Received £2,191,848 in 2010/11; cut by £153,429 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","EC","","","2011","10","23", "Hoxton Hall","Charity. Performing arts and enterprise activities. Local authority funding cut: £110,466. Details: Received £110,466 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Rising Tide","Charity. Arts provision. Local authority funding cut: £1,491. Details: Received £21,491 in 2010/11; cut by £1,491 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Special Connection","Charity. Drama workshops for children of all abilities. Local authority funding cut: £3,208. Details: Received £3,500 in 2010/11; cut by £3,208 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents one month payment for April 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","HA","","","2011","10","23", "Srishti Yuva Culture","Charity. Youth dance company. Local authority funding cut: £1,704. Details: Received £11,995 in 2010/11; cut by £3,699 in 2011/12.Charity applied for £10,000 in 2011/12; this figure has been used to calculate the applicable funding reduction.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","HA","","","2011","10","23", "African Heritage and Educational Centre","Charity. Provide educational & participatory programmes/activities in all art & culture forms for disadvantaged children and young ppl. Local authority funding cut: £18,750. Details: Received £30,000 in 2010/11; cut by £18,750 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Akademi","Charity. Promote access to cultural activities across London; and provide educational & participatory programmes/activities in all art & culture forms for disadvantaged children and young ppl. Local authority funding cut: £45,437.5. Details: Received a total of £72,700 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £45,437.50 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Apples and Snakes","Charity. Promote access to cultural activities across London; and provide educational & participatory programmes/activities in all art & culture forms for disadvantaged children and young ppl. Local authority funding cut: £49,976.25. Details: Received a total of £79,962 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £49,976.25 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "ATTIC Theatre Company (London) Ltd","Charity. Promote access to cultural activities across London; and provide educational & participatory programmes/activities in all art & culture forms for disadvantaged children and young ppl. Local authority funding cut: £33,261.88. Details: Received a total of £53,219 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £33,261.88 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Audiences London Ltd","Charity. Sector Specific Second Tier Services to Culture, Tourism & London 2012 servicesLocal authority funding cut: £25,000Receive £40,000 in 2010/11; cut by £25,000 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Barnardo's - Heshima","Charity. Provide educational & participatory programmes/activities in all art & culture forms for disadvantaged children and young ppl. Local authority funding cut: £24,351.88. Details: Received £38,963 in 2010/11; cut by £24,351.88 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Camden Arts Centre","Charity. Provide educational & participatory programmes/activities in all art & culture forms for disadvantaged children and young ppl. Local authority funding cut: £8,171.25. Details: Received £13,074 in 2010/11; cut by £8,171.25 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NW","","","2011","10","23", "Central London Arts Ltd","Charity. Provide educational & participatory programmes/activities in all art & culture forms for disadvantaged children and young ppl. Local authority funding cut: £34,690. Details: Received £55,504 in 2010/11; cut by £34,690 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Clean Break Theatre Company","Charity. Promote access to cultural activities across London. Local authority funding cut: £35,931.88. Details: Received £57,491 in 2010/11; cut by £35,931.88 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Core Arts","Charity. Promote access to cultural activities across London. Local authority funding cut: £10,484.38. Details: Received £16,775 in 2010/11; cut by £10,484.38 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Creative Lewisham Agency","Charity. Promote access to cultural activities across London. Local authority funding cut: £34,984.38. Details: Received £55,975 in 2010/11; cut by £34,984.38 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Cultural Co-operation","Charity. Promote access & participation in carnival activites & regionally important outdoor events. Local authority funding cut: £30,978.13. Details: Received £49,565 in 2010/11; cut by £30,978.13 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Deafinitely Theatre","Charity. 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games - support cultural activities. Local authority funding cut: £24,385.63. Details: Received £39,017 in 2010/11; cut by £24,385.63 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "East London Dance","Charity. Provide educational & participatory programmes/activities in all art & culture forms for disadvantaged children and young ppl. Local authority funding cut: £35,406.25. Details: Received £56,650 in 2010/11; cut by £35,406.25 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Emergency Exit Arts","Charity. Provide educational & participatory programmes/activities in all art & culture forms for disadvantaged children and young ppl. Local authority funding cut: £35,361.25. Details: Received £56,578 in 2010/11; cut by £35,361.25 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Eye Music Trust (formerly Nettlefold Festival Trust)","Charity. 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games - support cultural activities. Local authority funding cut: £15,290.63. Details: Received £24,465 in 2010/11; cut by £15,290.63 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Face Front Inclusive Theatre","Charity. 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games - support cultural activities. Local authority funding cut: £17,305.63. Details: Received £27,689 in 2010/11; cut by £17,305.63 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Flying Gorillas","Charity. 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games - support cultural activities. Local authority funding cut: £25,802.5. Details: Received £41,284 in 2010/11; cut by £25,802.50 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Greenwich & Lewisham Young People's Theatre","Charity. Provide educational & participatory programmes/activities in all art & culture forms for disadvantaged children and young ppl. Local authority funding cut: £26,789.38. Details: Received £42,863 in 2010/11; cut by £26,789.38 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Greenwich and Docklands Festivals","Charity. Promote access to cultural activities across London. Local authority funding cut: £20,162.5. Details: Received £32,260 in 2010/11; cut by £20,162.50 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Heart n Soul","Charity. Promote access to cultural activities across London; and provide educational & participatory programmes/activities in all art & culture forms for disadvantaged children and young ppl. Local authority funding cut: £30,788.13. Details: Received a total of £49,261 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £30,788.13 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Hi8us South","Charity. Provide educational & participatory programmes/activities in all art & culture forms for disadvantaged children and young ppl. Local authority funding cut: £31,218.75. Details: Received £49,950 in 2010/11; cut by £31,218.75 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Immediate Theatre","Charity. Provide educational & participatory programmes/activities in all art & culture forms for disadvantaged children and young ppl. Local authority funding cut: £26,619.38. Details: Received £42,591 in 2010/11; cut by £26,619.38 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Independent Theatre Council","Charity. Sector Specific Second Tier Services to Culture, Tourism & London 2012 servicesLocal authority funding cut: £50,000Receive £80,000 in 2010/11; cut by £50,000 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "IROKO Theatre Company","Charity. 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games - support cultural activities. Local authority funding cut: £17,200. Details: Received £27,520 in 2010/11; cut by £17,200 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "London Notting Hill Carnival Limited","Charity. Promote access & participation in carnival activites & regionally important outdoor events. Local authority funding cut: £38,110. Details: Received £60,976 in 2010/11; cut by £38,110 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "London Symphony Orchestra Ltd","Charity. Provide educational & participatory programmes/activities in all art & culture forms for disadvantaged children and young ppl. Local authority funding cut: £19,179.38. Details: Received £30,687 in 2010/11; cut by £19,179.38 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Mousetrap Theatre Projects","Charity. Provide educational & participatory programmes/activities in all art & culture forms for disadvantaged children and young ppl. Local authority funding cut: £14,468.75. Details: Received £23,150 in 2010/11; cut by £14,468.75 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Doncaster Community Arts","Charity. In 2010/11, Doncaster Community Arts (DARTS) received £23k to provide drama, art, music etc to pupil referral units and other schools, and £58k to engage communities at a local level in arts activity, particularly those who are often excluded. The latter funding stream also funded work by the Art House, but was paid to DARTS. Both funding streams are being reduced in 2011/12.Local authority funding cut: £19,500. Details: Received a total of £81,000 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £19,500 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DN","","","2011","10","23", "Lamproom Theatre","Charity. Theatre hosting plays, musicals and one man shows.Local authority funding cut: £2,000. Details: Received £17,400 in 2010/11; cut by £2,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Women & Theatre","Charity. Theatre company. Local authority funding cut: £7,500. Details: Received £15,000 in 2010/11; cut by £7,500 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Tindal Street Press","Charity. Not for profit independent fiction publisher based in Birmingham. Local authority funding cut: £6,000. Details: Received £12,000 in 2010/11; cut by £6,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "The Play House","Charity. Provides theatre and drama to stimulate the learning of children and young people. Offers a range of theatre-in-education tours, drama workshops, training and consultancy.Local authority funding cut: £36,934. Details: Received a total of £36,934 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund. Figures exclude Preventing Violent Extremism funding. Majority of the reduction is due to cuts in WNF.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "The Drum","Charity. National centre for Black British arts and culture. Local authority funding cut: £85,351. Details: Received a total of £520,351 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £85,351 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Stan's Café","Charity. Theatre company. Local authority funding cut: £6,000. Details: Received £12,000 in 2010/11; cut by £6,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Sound it Out","Charity. Creates and runs diverse participatory music programmes across Birmingham and the West Midlands. Local authority funding cut: £7,500. Details: Received £15,000 in 2010/11; cut by £7,500 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Soul City Arts","Charity. Uses arts as a means to promote integration. Local authority funding cut: £4,900. Details: Received £4,900 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Sampad","Charity. South Asian arts organisation. Local authority funding cut: £4,257. Details: Received £45,257 in 2010/11; cut by £4,257 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Royal Birmingham Society of Artists (RBSA)","Charity. Artist-led charity which supports artists and promotes engagement with the visual arts through a range of inclusive activities - exhibitions, workshops and demonstrations.Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; cut by £5,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Performances Birmingham","Charity. Runs the Town Hall and Symphony Hall music venues. Local authority funding cut: £758,799. Details: Received £3,258,799 in 2010/11; cut by £758,799 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Midlands Arts Centre","Charity. Arts centre built to meet the needs of both artists and the region's community. Local authority funding cut: £106,579. Details: Received £756,579 in 2010/11; cut by £106,579 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Ikon Gallery","Charity. Art gallery artistic with programme consisting of four interdependent strands. Local authority funding cut: £18,808. Details: Received £123,808 in 2010/11; cut by £18,808 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Ex Cathedra","Charity. Performing choir. Local authority funding cut: £10,828. Details: Received £72,828 in 2010/11; cut by £10,828 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Ego Performance Company","Charity. Performing arts. Funding for extension of BTEC provision. Local authority funding cut: £30,000. Details: Received £30,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "DanceXchange","Charity. Dance house dedicated to the production and distribution of high quality dance. Local authority funding cut: £17,877. Details: Received £117,877 in 2010/11; cut by £17,877 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Craftspace","Charity. Crafts development organisation. Local authority funding cut: £13,000. Details: Received £26,000 in 2010/11; cut by £13,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Creative Community Networks","Charity. Multimedia projects and services. Local authority funding cut: £12,000. Details: Received £12,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra","Charity. Resident orchestra of Birmingham's Symphony Hall. Local authority funding cut: £145,974. Details: Received £1,595,974 in 2010/11; cut by £145,974 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Birmingham Repertory Theatre","Charity. National theatre company. Local authority funding cut: £194,948. Details: Received £1,103,448 in 2010/11; cut by £194,948 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Birmingham Royal Ballet","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £204,936. Details: Received £1,113,436 in 2010/11; cut by £204,936 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Birmingham Opera Company","Charity. Opera company. Local authority funding cut: £29,959. Details: Received £204,959 in 2010/11; cut by £29,959 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Birmingham Jazz","Charity. Development Agency which presents contemporary jazz in Birmingham. Local authority funding cut: £11,250. Details: Received £19,000 in 2010/11; cut by £11,250 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Big Brum TIE","Charity. Theatre company working with children and young people. Local authority funding cut: £9,250. Details: Received £18,500 in 2010/11; cut by £9,250 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Birmingham Contemporary Music Group","Charity. Performing ensemble commissioning new work. Local authority funding cut: £42,392. Details: Received £71,892 in 2010/11; cut by £42,392 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "African Cultural Exchange (ACE) Dance and Music","Charity. Professional dance company based at The Link, Digbeth in Birmingham.Local authority funding cut: £7,250. Details: Received £14,500 in 2010/11; cut by £7,250 in 2011/12. Excludes one-off funding in 2010/11.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Staple Hill Arts and Reminiscence Experience","Charity. Community based initiative. Local authority funding cut: £7,000. Details: Received £7,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Was funded for a fixed period using short term grant money from social care Transformation Grant.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "North Devon Theatres Trust","Charity. North Devon Theatres produces a programme featuring drama, classical music, opera, children’s shows, popular music (including rock, jazz, folk and roots), contemporary dance, ballet, amateur shows, visual arts and community events.Local authority funding cut: £70,000. Details: Received £590,000 in 2010/11; cut by £70,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","EX","","","2011","10","23", "Roses Theatre Trust","Charity. Theatre in Tewkesbury. Local authority funding cut: £29,958.93. Details: Received £37,448.73 in 2010/11; cut by £29,958.93 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Artspace","Charity. Runs youth arts and adult arts projects. Local authority funding cut: £1,717. Details: Received £11,448 in 2010/11; cut by £1,717 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Gloucestershire Dance","Charity. Seeks to make the county a renowned centre of dance creativity and expertise, with a focus on inclusive practice.Local authority funding cut: £34,662.72. Details: Received £43,328.52 in 2010/11; cut by £34,662.72 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Air in G","Charity. Youth theatre for the Forest of Dean, running sessions for 8-18 year olds.Local authority funding cut: £10,000. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following the non-renewal of the council's arts Service Level Agreement.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Wren Music","Charity. Folk and community arts charity. Funding is for a range of traditional singing workshops in the city. Local authority funding cut: £16,205. Details: Received £16,205 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","EX","","","2011","10","23", "Theatre Alibi","Charity. Based in Exeter, Theatre Alibi tours its work to theatres and arts centres in the south west and nationally. The company also performs in Devon and Plymouth primary schools.Local authority funding cut: £1,510. Details: Received £19,196 in 2010/11; cut by £1,510 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","EX","","","2011","10","23", "Exeter Phoenix","Charity. Exeter Phoenix presents a contemporary programme of dance, theatre, live art, music, spoken word, film and visual art.Local authority funding cut: £22,960. Details: Received £131,198 in 2010/11; cut by £22,960 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","EX","","","2011","10","23", "Exeter Northcott","Charity. Local theatre. Local authority funding cut: £14,910. Details: Received £85,231 in 2010/11; cut by £14,910 in 2011/12. Arts Council England has withdrawn all funding for the theatre.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","EX","","","2011","10","23", "Exeter Barnfield","Charity. The theatre is used as a venue for Exeter Little Theatre Company and other amateur and professional theatrical companies. Local authority funding cut: £1,750. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; cut by £1,750 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","EX","","","2011","10","23", "Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra","Charity. Funding is to support eight education sessions carried out by the Orchestra with local amateur music groups. Local authority funding cut: £11,865. Details: Received £11,865 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","EX","","","2011","10","23", "Cheltenham Arts Council","Charity. Aims to foster and promote the arts amongst the inhabitants of Cheltenham and surrounding areas, by working through voluntary societies in the town. Supports music, visual arts, literature and local history.Local authority funding cut: £8,000. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; cut by £4,000 in 2011/12, and a further £4,000 in 2012/13.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Farnham Maltings","Charity. Artistic activity centre. Local authority funding cut: £3,800. Details: Received £38,000 in 2010/11; cut by £3,800 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GU","","","2011","10","23", "Cranleigh Arts Centre","Charity. Runs a full programme of films, live music, theatre productions, children’s activities, exhibitions and workshops.Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Details: Received £29,000 in 2010/11; cut by £5,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GU","","","2011","10","23", "The Media Workshop","Charity. Independent community arts organisation using photography and digital imagery to support Southampton based communities. Core costs. Local authority funding cut: £2,232. Details: Received £32,349 in 2010/11; cut by £2,232 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SO","","","2011","10","23", "Southampton Nuffield Theatre Trust","Charity. Funding for a programme of theatre performance and participation activities and educational activities for Southampton children and young people. Local authority funding cut: £44,439. Details: Received £235,958 in 2010/11; cut by £44,439 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SO","","","2011","10","23", "City Eye","Charity. Community filmmaking resource. Funding towards core costs. Local authority funding cut: £2,048. Details: Received £29,682 in 2010/11; cut by £2,048 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SO","","","2011","10","23", "Art Asia Trust","Charity. Works to communicate the experience of South Asian Arts to the widest possible audience. Funding towards core costs. Local authority funding cut: £3,417. Details: Received £49,520 in 2010/11; cut by £3,417 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SO","","","2011","10","23", "Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra","Charity. Symphony orchestra. Takes part in some community and education projects. Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Details: Received £48,500 in 2010/11; cut by £5,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","PO","","","2011","10","23", "Dot to Dot","Charity. Participatory arts company. Local authority funding cut: £4,400. Details: Received £22,000 in 2010/11; cut by £4,400 in 2011/12. Excludes funding under Preventing Violent Extremism.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","PO","","","2011","10","23", "Art Space Portsmouth","Charity. Provides affordable studios, facilities and an extended network of support and participation to professional artists in the wider community.Local authority funding cut: £5,100. Details: Received £5,100 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","PO","","","2011","10","23", "Oxfordshire Visual Art Development Agency","Charity. OVADA exists to facilitate and promote access to high quality visual arts for all the residents of and visitors to Oxfordshire. Local authority funding cut: £15,500. Details: Received £15,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Oxfordshire Theatre Company","Charity. Small-scale theatre company that takes shows to audiences in rural areas with little or no access to professional theatre. Local authority funding cut: £6,220. Details: Received £8,720 in 2010/11; cut by £6,220 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Oxford Playhouse","Charity. Oxford Playhouse and its Burton Taylor Studio present and produce a wide range of live performance. The programme includes the best of British and international drama, family shows, contemporary dance and music, student and amateur shows, comedy, lectures and poetry.Local authority funding cut: £27,015. Details: Received £51,690 in 2010/11; cut by £27,015 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Oxford Inspires","Charity. Oxford Inspires is the cultural development agency for Oxfordshire. We create new opportunities for arts and heritage organisations, nurture new festivals and events and work to engage as many people as possible in cultural experiences. We collaborate with cultural organisations across Oxfordshire to support their ambitions and to help them to reach a wider audience.Local authority funding cut: £10,000. Details: Received £55,735 in 2010/11; cut by £10,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Oxford Film & Video Makers","Charity. Runs subsidised training courses and community projects with marginalised groups. Local authority funding cut: £10,000. Details: Received £39,303 in 2010/11; cut by £10,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Oxford Contemporary Music","Charity. OCM aims to promote high quality new music for a wide range of local and national audiences by staging and promoting performances, commissioning new work, and by deepening understanding and appreciation of musical cultures from within the UK and worldwide.Local authority funding cut: £7,500. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; cut by £7,500 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Modern Art Oxford","Charity. Founded in 1965, Modern Art Oxford is a visual art gallery devoted to presenting exhibitions of modern and contemporary art.Local authority funding cut: £12,100. Details: Received £72,100 in 2010/11; cut by £12,100 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Fusion Community Arts Project","Charity. Fusion Arts Centre has two large arts workshops, and delivers a thriving programme of arts activities for adults and children. Fusion Arts Agency facilitates creative projects within the community, our dedicated staff are constantly fundraising for new projects for continued work with diverse community groups.Local authority funding cut: £10,000. Details: Received £46,923 in 2010/11; cut by £10,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "MK City Orchestra","Charity. Orchestra. Local authority funding cut: £3,116. Details: Received £15,580 in 2010/11; cut by £3,116 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","MK","","","2011","10","23", "MK Arts for Health","Charity. Works with health, community and corporate clients to devise, manage and deliver public art projects, artist-in-residence schemes and arts-in-hospitals programmes.Local authority funding cut: £2,658. Details: Received £13,290 in 2010/11; cut by £2,658 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","MK","","","2011","10","23", "Interaction","Charity. Delivers a programme of community arts in Milton Keynes, prioritising work with excluded groups.Local authority funding cut: £13,292. Details: Received £66,460 in 2010/11; cut by £13,292 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","MK","","","2011","10","23", "Artworks mk","Charity. Promotes participation, exploration and learning through arts and craft programming, exhibitions, projects and events.Local authority funding cut: £20,626. Details: Received £103,130 in 2010/11; cut by £20,626 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","MK","","","2011","10","23", "Arts Gateway MK","Charity. Provides funding and support for the arts, and the first stop for Milton Keynes' creative people.Local authority funding cut: £3,438. Details: Received £17,190 in 2010/11; cut by £3,438 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","MK","","","2011","10","23", "Maidstone Area Arts Council","Charity. Organises and promotes arts in the borough. Local authority funding cut: £2,613. Details: Received £2,613 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","ME","","","2011","10","23", "Making Space","Charity. Making Space is a purpose built craft centre in the heart of Leigh Park, Havant.Local authority funding cut: £2,000. Details: Received £20,000 in 2010/11; cut by £2,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","PO","","","2011","10","23", "Yvonne Arnaud Theatre","Charity. Funding to produce an annual programme of theatre in Guildford including small scale programming in the Mill Studio and year round theatre and education programmes for young people. Local authority funding cut: £16,750. Details: Received £334,920 in 2010/11; cut by £16,750 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GU","","","2011","10","23", "The Theatre, Chipping Norton","Charity. Funding supports overall programme. Local authority funding cut: £6,200. Details: Received £6,200 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Proteus Theatre Company","Charity. Professional touring theatre company offering theatre performed in novel locations. Local authority funding cut: £1,300. Details: Received £6,500 in 2010/11; cut by £1,300 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GU","","","2011","10","23", "Rimskis Piano","Charity. Funding for sound equipment and workshop.,Local authority funding cut: £700,. Details: Received £700 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "OYAP Trust","Charity. Creative Avtivities for young people. Funding for one young person to take Stepping Up training. Local authority funding cut: £2,300. Details: Received £2,300 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Oxfordshire Theatre Company","Charity. 17 shows across district/support. Local authority funding cut: £10,650. Details: Received £10,650 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Live Arts @ St Marys","Charity. LiveArts is a voluntary arts organisation that promotes and organises an annual programme of both professional and community-led concerts in St Mary’s, Banbury. Core funding.Local authority funding cut: £3,500. Details: Received £3,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Kidlington Art Group","Charity. Funding to help ensure the club can run in the future.,Local authority funding cut: £400,. Details: Received £400 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Flash of Splendour Arts CIC","Charity. Year long series of art and music courses.,Local authority funding cut: £500,. Details: Received £500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Claydon Painting Group","Charity. Funding to extend the skills of the group.,Local authority funding cut: £300,. Details: Received £300 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funded under Seniors Grants, one-off grants generally claimed by the same groups year-on-year.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Cherwell Theatre Company","Charity. Street theatre with youth group. Local authority funding cut: £1,000. Details: Received £1,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Bicester Choral and Operatic Society","Charity. To support a programme of classical music and musical drama in Bicester.,Local authority funding cut: £500,. Details: Received £500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Bicester Art Club","Charity. Funding towards costs of running club/organising outings.,Local authority funding cut: £400,. Details: Received £400 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Banbury Rotary Club","Charity. Young musicians competition.,Local authority funding cut: £300,. Details: Received £300 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Doncaster Youth Jazz Association","Charity. Comprises four ensembles of different ability. Local authority funding cut: £16,220. Details: Received £44,220 in 2010/11; cut by £16,220 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DN","","","2011","10","23", "Blaize Theatre Company","Charity. Touring theatre. Local authority funding cut: £3,590. Details: Received £3,590 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","YO","","","2011","10","23", "Harrogate (White Rose) Theatre","Charity. Local theatre. Local authority funding cut: £53,000. Details: Received £63,000 in 2010/11; cut by £53,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","YO","","","2011","10","23", "Rural Arts North Yorkshire","Charity. Local theatre, music, dance and film in rural areas.Local authority funding cut: £3,760. Details: Received £8,760 in 2010/11; cut by £3,760 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","YO","","","2011","10","23", "Stephen Joseph Theatre","Charity. Local theatre. Local authority funding cut: £53,000. Details: Received £63,000 in 2010/11; cut by £53,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","YO","","","2011","10","23", "Create","Charity. Supports cultural events and activities in Scarborough. Local authority funding cut: £1,400. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; cut by £1,400 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","YO","","","2011","10","23", "Crescent Arts","Charity. Supports and promotes contemporary visual arts in Scarborough. Local authority funding cut: £1,400. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; cut by £1,400 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","YO","","","2011","10","23", "Forced Entertainment","Charity. Theatre company. Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Details: Received £5,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Chesterfield and District Community Transport","Charity. Provides accessible transport for individuals and groups throughout the Chesterfield and District area taking them to various venues within the country. Local authority funding cut: £49,823. Details: Received £49,823 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Wellibus Villager","Charity. Rural bus service for Wellingborough. Local authority funding cut: £30,000. Details: Received £30,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Cambridge Dial-a-Ride","Charity. Cambridge Dial-a-Ride is a non-profit organisation which provides local transport services that are safe, affordable, and accessible to community groups and to individuals who have difficulty in accessing public transport. Funded under Community Transport Scheme Grants. Local authority funding cut: £500. Details: Received £500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CB","","","2011","10","23", "Ely and Soham Dial-a-Ride","Charity. Aims to provide an affordable community transport service for those who are affected by social exclusion and rural isolation. We run fully accessible minibuses and collect members from their door and take them where they need to go to access local services. Funded under Community Transport Scheme Grants. Local authority funding cut: £16,830. Details: Received £16,830 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CB","","","2011","10","23", "The Voluntary Network Dial a Ride","Charity. Dial a Ride is a door to door accessible minibus service for people who find it difficult to use public transport. The Dial a Ride vehicles are fully equipped to carry passengers in wheelchairs. Funded under Community Transport Scheme Grants. Local authority funding cut: £8,160. Details: Received £8,160 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CB","","","2011","10","23", "Hillingdon Community Transport","Charity. Provides cheap accessible transport to a range of community groups, statutory organisations, schools etc, including wheelchair users. Also provides driver training.Local authority funding cut: £6,500. Details: Received £38,500 in 2010/11; cut by £6,500 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","UB","","","2011","10","23", "Westway Community Transport","Charity. Subsidised cars and shopper scheme. Local authority funding cut: £5,166. Details: Received £103,313 in 2010/11; cut by £5,166 in 2011/12. Excludes mobility scooter scheme funded jointly with TfL (funding for this service is being maintained at 2010/11 levels).","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SW","","","2011","10","23", "Mid Cheshire Community Rail Partnership","Charity. Promotes increased usage of the Mid Cheshire Railway Line and development and improvement of facilities along the route. Local authority funding cut: £3,000. Details: Received £7,000 in 2010/11; cut by £3,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CW","","","2011","10","23", "North West Rail Campaign","Charity. Partnership of organisations across the North West working to improve rail in the region in order to generate economic growth and to assist Government in delivering an effective railway network. Local authority funding cut: £2,500. Details: Received £2,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CW","","","2011","10","23", "Heywood New Heart Community Transport","Charity. Provides a quality inclusive transport solution for the community of Heywood. Local authority funding cut: £10,000. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "St Helens Community Transport","Charity. Operates across the whole of St Helens, providing fully accessible transport to meet the transport needs of local communities and groups which are not being met by public transport.Local authority funding cut: £9,500. Details: Received £9,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","WA","","","2011","10","23", "Henfield Dial-a-Ride","Charity. Accessible transport service. The service is available to anyone. The minibus has low steps, lots of handles, a tail lift and wheelchair clamping facilities. Those eligible will be picked up from their home, taken to wherever they wish within the area covered and returned home later that day.Local authority funding cut: £6,000. Details: Received £6,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","RH","","","2011","10","23", "North Wealden Community Transport","Charity. Formed to provide the management and co-ordination of community transport services in the Wealden district of Sussex. Local authority funding cut: £1,000. Details: Received £6,000 in 2010/11; cut by £1,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BN","","","2011","10","23", "Lydney Dial-a-Ride","Charity. Community transport scheme in the Forest of Dean serving Lydney, Coleford, Cinderford and surrounding villages.Local authority funding cut: £8,733.7. Details: Received £87,337 in 2010/11; cut by £8,733.70 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "South Cotswold Voluntary Service","Charity. Provides a range of services to those who live in the Cotswold. Funding for community transport services. Local authority funding cut: £5,383.2. Details: Received £53,652 in 2010/11; cut by £5,383.20 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Tewkesbury Dial-a-Ride","Charity. Minibus adapted to accommodate wheelchairs. Service collects clients from their door to their destination. Local authority funding cut: £1,489.9. Details: Received £14,899 in 2010/11; cut by £1,489.90 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Tewkesbury Third Sector Services","Charity. Provision of community transport services. Local authority funding cut: £1,042. Details: Received £10,420 in 2010/11; cut by £1,042 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Shencare Community Transport","Charity. Provides an affordable and accessible door to door escorted passenger transport service for elderly people and other mobility challenged members of the community. Local authority funding cut: £34,200. Details: Received a total of £81,793 in 2010/11; cut by £34,200 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund. Majority of the reduction is due to cuts to WNF.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Sheffield Community Transport","Charity. Provides a range of community transport and local bus services all focused on addressing social exclusion. Local authority funding cut: £5,503.54. Details: Received £36,690.29 in 2010/11; cut by £5,503.54 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Menphys","Charity. Central support for Sure Start Local authority funding cut: £78,797. Details: Received £78,797 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","LE","","","2011","10","23", "Camrose Community Toy & Book Library","Charity. Loans out educational toys and books to parents and children under five who otherwise would not have access to this equipment. Local authority funding cut: £3,000. Details: Received £3,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Family Action in our Region","Charity. Exists to develop and enhance the relationships and quality of family life in Rushden and the surrounding areas. Local authority funding cut: £3,563. Details: Received £3,563 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Youth Works Corby & Kettering Community Interest Company","Charity. Provides youth work programmes and support services to a range of young people across the Corby and Kettering boroughs. Local authority funding cut: £5,123. Details: Received £5,123 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "A Place To Call Our Own (APTCOO)","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £7,320. Details: Received £57,000 in 2010/11; cut by £7,320 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Ashfield Play Forum","Charity. Supports the provision of play opportunities for children and young people. Provides materials and play items to members. Local authority funding cut: £1,835. Details: Received £14,135 in 2010/11; cut by £1,835 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Broxtowe Play Forum","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £1,035. Details: Received £13,335 in 2010/11; cut by £1,035 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Choices About Health for Ashfield Teenagers","Charity. Encourages young people to explore various issues and by doing so increasing confidence and self-esteem. Local authority funding cut: £6,500. Details: Received £6,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Community Youth Club, St Mary`s Arnold","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £1,000. Details: Received £1,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Family Care","Charity. Offers services in adoption, family support, emotional support to children and young people, safeguarding consultancy and training.Local authority funding cut: £1,660. Details: Received £12,910 in 2010/11; cut by £1,660 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Forest Town Future for Youth","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £4,500. Details: Received £4,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Gedling Play Forum","Charity. Voluntary group supporting children's play within Gedling. Local authority funding cut: £2,230. Details: Received £14,530 in 2010/11; cut by £2,230 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Girlguiding Nottinghamshire","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £22,000. Details: Received a total of £22,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Home Start Ashfield","Charity. Offers support, friendship and help to families with at least one pre-school child. Can help in a number of ways, with befriending, practical advice, help with transport and more.Local authority funding cut: £4,235. Details: Received £32,995 in 2010/11; cut by £4,235 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Home Start Bassetlaw","Charity. Offers friendship and support to parents with young children in a variety of situations, including isolation, bereavement, multiple births, illness, disability or those who are just finding parenting a struggle.Local authority funding cut: £2,475. Details: Received £19,535 in 2010/11; cut by £2,475 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Home Start Dukeries","Charity. Offers one to one, personalised support for parents with at least one child under five years of age.Local authority funding cut: £2,600. Details: Received £20,240 in 2010/11; cut by £2,600 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Home Start Mansfield","Charity. Offers one to one, personalised support for parents with at least one child under five years of age.Local authority funding cut: £2,555. Details: Received £19,975 in 2010/11; cut by £2,555 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Home Start Newark","Charity. Offers one to one, personalised support for parents with at least one child under five years of age.Local authority funding cut: £3,600. Details: Received £28,000 in 2010/11; cut by £3,600 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Home Start Nottingham","Charity. Offers one to one, personalised support for parents with at least one child under five years of age.Local authority funding cut: £4,735. Details: Received £36,965 in 2010/11; cut by £4,735 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Hucknall Engage","Charity. Youth community work by local churches. Local authority funding cut: £2,000. Details: Received £2,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Lake View Holiday Club","Charity. ,Local authority funding cut: £960,. Details: Received £960 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Newark & Sherwood Play Support Group","Charity. Offers information, advice and a range of support resource services for local community groups.Local authority funding cut: £1,240. Details: Received a total of £14,290 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £1,240 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Rushcliffe Play Forum","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £2,230. Details: Received £14,530 in 2010/11; cut by £2,230 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Young Potential","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £4,000. Details: Received £4,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Edens Project","Charity. Youth centre in Sudbury. Facilities include CaféZone, free internet access, pool table, games consoles, flatscreen TVs, garden.Local authority funding cut: £1,200. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; cut by £1,200 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","IP","","","2011","10","23", "Home-Start Babergh","Charity. Home-Start Babergh offers one to one, personalised support for parents with at least one child under five years of age.Local authority funding cut: £1,200. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; cut by £1,200 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","IP","","","2011","10","23", "Action for Children","Charity. Supports and speaks out for the most vulnerable, disadvantaged and neglected children and young people.Local authority funding cut: £4,016. Details: Received £4,016 as rate relief in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NR","","","2011","10","23", "Childhood First","Charity. Provides specialist therapeutic care, education and treatment to children suffering severe emotional and behavioural disturbance as the result of early life trauma.Local authority funding cut: £3,831. Details: Received £3,831 as rate relief in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NR","","","2011","10","23", "Family Action","Charity. Provider of services to disadvantaged and socially isolated families. Local authority funding cut: £36,500. Details: Received £36,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Children's Fund ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CB","","","2011","10","23", "Natural High","Charity. Aims to reach young people aged 5-25 who do not ordinarily participate in recreation or arts activities, who do not receive positive encouragement or support at home, and those who are at risk of becoming involved in crime, substance misuse or anti-social behaviour.Local authority funding cut: £33,000. Details: Received £33,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Children's Fund ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CB","","","2011","10","23", "Ormiston Children and Families Trust","Charity. Delivers more than 30 children-and-family-related projects in East Anglia. Local authority funding cut: £36,000. Details: Received £36,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Children's Fund ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CB","","","2011","10","23", "Ormiston Trust","Charity. Invests in the delivery of high quality practice in children’s services and schools that will improve wellbeing and attainment. Local authority funding cut: £77,000. Details: Received £77,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Investing in Communities programme funded by EEDA.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CB","","","2011","10","23", "Red Hen Breakfast Club","Charity. Small charity working in three schools in a deprived area to the North of Cambridge, helping children and their families.Local authority funding cut: £20,700. Details: Received £20,700 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Children's Fund ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CB","","","2011","10","23", "Romsey Mill Transitions Project","Charity. The Transitions Programme works with Year 6 children to prepare them for the move and continues to offer support in Year 7 and beyond, increasing self-esteem, confidence, skills and aspirations.Local authority funding cut: £18,500. Details: Received £18,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Children's Fund ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CB","","","2011","10","23", "YMCA Cambridgeshire and Peterborough","Charity. Christian charity committed to supporting all young people, particularly in times of need.Local authority funding cut: £346,233. Details: Received £346,233 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Children's Fund ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CB","","","2011","10","23", "Action for Children","Charity. Family support services. Local authority funding cut: £250,996. Details: Received £418,326 in 2010/11; cut by £250,996 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Adoption UK","Charity. Provision of support services to adopters. Local authority funding cut: £6,200. Details: Received £11,200 in 2010/11; cut by £6,200 in 2011/12. Shared service on behalf of Bedford Borough Council and Central Bedfordshire Council.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Alcohol Services for the Community","Charity. Deliver alcohol and sexual health education for young people in identified priority wards. Local authority funding cut: £7,500. Details: Received £7,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Christian Family Care","Charity. Family support services. Local authority funding cut: £69,500. Details: Received £117,000 in 2010/11; cut by £69,500 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "National Childminding Association","Charity. Childminding support and development services. Local authority funding cut: £17,000. Details: Received £197,000 in 2010/11; cut by £17,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "National Youth Advocacy Service","Charity. Advocacy service – legal advice to Looked After Children. Local authority funding cut: £19,254. Details: Received £19,254 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Voluntary Organisations for Children, young people and families (VOCypf)","Charity. Manages the network of voluntary of organisations delivering services to children and young people in Central Bedfordshire. Local authority funding cut: £19,500. Details: Received £19,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Children's Integrated Playschemes","Charity. Charity offering play and social opportunities for children with additional needs aged 3-19. Local authority funding cut: £15,440. Details: Received £15,440 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following termination of Service Level Agreement.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CM","","","2011","10","23", "Bar Hill Pre-School","Charity. Pre-school in the village of Bar Hill.,Local authority funding cut: £450,. Details: Received £450 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 due to scrapping of Local Strategic Partnership project grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CB","","","2011","10","23", "Connections Bus Project","Charity. Provides recreational, educational and training opportunities for young people via a youth bus.Local authority funding cut: £13,889. Details: Received £13,889 in 2010/11 (following in-year cuts); no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CB","","","2011","10","23", "Domino Nursery","Charity. Pre-school in Fulbourn for children from age two and a half.,Local authority funding cut: £250,. Details: Received £250 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 due to scrapping of Local Strategic Partnership project grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CB","","","2011","10","23", "Home-Start Stevenage","Charity. Volunteers offer support, advice and practical help to parents with young children in Stevenage (many of which have financial, mental health, illness and relationship problems). The withdrawn funding was for running costs, salaries and training.Local authority funding cut: £6,615. Details: Received a total of £15,615 in 2010/11; cut by £6,615 in 2011/12.The charity's grant has been withdrawn, but council rent in kind payments will continue. The council's EIA says: 'Because this organisation has used the grant for its running costs, if no alternative funding can be found a service closure may result and have an impact on young children and parents in Stevenage.'","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "MBA Association","Charity. Provides supportive and recreational activities for children and young people (including those that are vulnerable). The withdrawn funding was towards the employment of a Community Youth Liaison Officer. Local authority funding cut: £1,890. Details: Received a total of £13,890 in 2010/11; cut by £1,890 in 2011/12.The charity's grant has been withdrawn, but council rent in kind payments will continue. The council's EIA says: 'If alternative funding cannot be found, there is a potential impact on children and young people in Stevenage. However, the MBA Association would be able to continue with other services.'","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Stevenage and North Herts Child Contact Centres","Charity. Provides a supported environment where children may meet with their separated parent and family members. Funding was for running costs and training. Local authority funding cut: £1,890. Details: Received £1,890 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.The council's EIA says: 'Because this organisation has used the grant for its running costs, if no alternative funding can be found a service closure may result and have an impact on children and separated parents in Stevenage.'","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Barnet Pre-School Learning Alliance","Charity. Funding for Stonegrove Children's Centre. Local authority funding cut: £25,626. Details: Received £182,797 in 2010/11; cut by £25,626 in 2011/12. Figures exclude funding that is subject to recommissioning.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","N","","","2011","10","23", "Art Therapy For You","Charity. Funding linked to Children and Family Centre service provision. Local authority funding cut: £15,000. Details: Received £15,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Council is planning to cut its Children and Family Centres from 16 to three; will then re-tender for a reduced number of related service contracts.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BR","","","2011","10","23", "Big Talk","Charity. Funding linked to Children and Family Centre service provision. Local authority funding cut: £20,000. Details: Received £20,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Council is planning to cut its Children and Family Centres from 16 to three; will then re-tender for a reduced number of related service contracts.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BR","","","2011","10","23", "Bromley Somali Community","Charity. Funding linked to Children and Family Centre service provision. Local authority funding cut: £5,990. Details: Received £5,990 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Council is planning to cut its Children and Family Centres from 16 to three; will then re-tender for a reduced number of related service contracts.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BR","","","2011","10","23", "Bromley Welcare","Charity. Offers family support including direct help and group activities for families affected by domestic abuse, parenting problems and isolation.Local authority funding cut: £137,500. Details: Received £275,000 in 2010/11; cut by £137,500 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BR","","","2011","10","23", "GFS Platform","Charity. Works with young mothers to identify their personal needs, help them find solutions and take control of their lives. Funding linked to Children and Family Centre service provision.Local authority funding cut: £66,500. Details: Received £66,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Council is planning to cut its Children and Family Centres from 16 to three; will then re-tender for a reduced number of related service contracts.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BR","","","2011","10","23", "Have Some Fun Club","Charity. Funding linked to Children and Family Centre service provision. Local authority funding cut: £3,400. Details: Received £3,400 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Council is planning to cut its Children and Family Centres from 16 to three; will then re-tender for a reduced number of related service contracts.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BR","","","2011","10","23", "Home-Start Bromley","Charity. Offers support, friendship and practical help to families at home with children under 5. Offers regular support to families under stress, helping to prevent family crisis and breakdown.Local authority funding cut: £45,000. Details: Received £90,000 in 2010/11; cut by £45,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BR","","","2011","10","23", "JusB","Charity. Revenue grant to mentor young people who were NEET. Local authority funding cut: £25,000. Details: Received £25,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BR","","","2011","10","23", "Mary Dolly Foundation","Charity. Offers early interventions for emotional distress at different levels to children and families with additional needs. Funding linked to Children and Family Centre service provision. Local authority funding cut: £100,000. Details: Received £100,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Council is planning to cut its Children and Family Centres from 16 to three; will then re-tender for a reduced number of related service contracts.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BR","","","2011","10","23", "Maypole Project","Charity. Provides support for children with complex medical needs and their whole family. Funding linked to Children and Family Centre service provision. Local authority funding cut: £18,000. Details: Received £18,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Council is planning to cut its Children and Family Centres from 16 to three; will then re-tender for a reduced number of related service contracts.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BR","","","2011","10","23", "Oakey Cokey Club","Charity. Holiday playscheme. Funding linked to Children and Family Centre service provision. Local authority funding cut: £3,400. Details: Received £3,400 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Council is planning to cut its Children and Family Centres from 16 to three; will then re-tender for a reduced number of related service contracts.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BR","","","2011","10","23", "Orpington O Jays Swimming Club","Charity. Funding linked to Children and Family Centre service provision. Local authority funding cut: £2,660. Details: Received £2,660 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Council is planning to cut its Children and Family Centres from 16 to three; will then re-tender for a reduced number of related service contracts.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BR","","","2011","10","23", "Rainbow Trust","Charity. Provides emotional and practical support to families who have a child with a life threatening or terminal illness. Funding linked to Children and Family Centre service provision. Local authority funding cut: £6,000. Details: Received £6,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Council is planning to cut its Children and Family Centres from 16 to three; will then re-tender for a reduced number of related service contracts.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BR","","","2011","10","23", "Somali Well Women","Charity. Aims to relieve isolation and poverty amongst Somali and other refugee women and their families. Funding linked to Children and Family Centre service provision. Local authority funding cut: £5,950. Details: Received £5,950 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Council is planning to cut its Children and Family Centres from 16 to three; will then re-tender for a reduced number of related service contracts.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BR","","","2011","10","23", "Sparks","Charity. Self advocacy group run by people with a learning difficulty for people with a learning difficulty. Funding linked to Children and Family Centre service provision. Local authority funding cut: £5,370. Details: Received £5,370 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Council is planning to cut its Children and Family Centres from 16 to three; will then re-tender for a reduced number of related service contracts.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BR","","","2011","10","23", "St John's United Reform Church","Charity. Funding linked to Children and Family Centre service provision. Local authority funding cut: £4,928. Details: Received £4,928 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Council is planning to cut its Children and Family Centres from 16 to three; will then re-tender for a reduced number of related service contracts.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BR","","","2011","10","23", "Whippersnappers","Charity. Community interest company. Runs music classes for children under 5. Funding linked to Children and Family Centre service provision. Local authority funding cut: £1,110. Details: Received £1,110 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Council is planning to cut its Children and Family Centres from 16 to three; will then re-tender for a reduced number of related service contracts.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BR","","","2011","10","23", "Catch 22","Charity. Music, football and holiday activities for young people at risk of offending.Local authority funding cut: £90,375.89. Details: Received £90,375.89 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Day-Mer","Charity. Arts, leadership and holiday activities.Local authority funding cut: £15,970.24. Details: Received £63,970.24 in 2010/11; cut by £15,970.24 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Hackney Marsh Partnership","Charity. Holiday and sports activity. Local authority funding cut: £88,112.94. Details: Received £88,112.94 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Hackney Play Association","Charity. Works to improve children's play in Hackney. Funding is for holiday activities. Local authority funding cut: £29,946.63. Details: Received £29,946.63 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Hackney Quest","Charity. Holiday scheme. Local authority funding cut: £2,707.86. Details: Received £22,707.86 in 2010/11; cut by £2,707.86 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Headliners","Charity. Leadership programme in journalism. Local authority funding cut: £18,170. Details: Received £18,170 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Holly Street Youth Partnership","Charity. Sports and holiday activities. Local authority funding cut: £45,621. Details: Received £45,621 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Lubavitch","Charity. Girls' leadership programme. Local authority funding cut: £3,330. Details: Received £30,330 in 2010/11; cut by £3,330 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Mouth That Roars","Charity. Hackney Media Academy, delivering a free yearly programme of media training and filmmaking for young people.Local authority funding cut: £22,670.01. Details: Received £90,670.01 in 2010/11; cut by £22,670.01 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "North London Muslim Community Centre","Charity. Sports activities. Local authority funding cut: £16,626.47. Details: Received £67,626.47 on 2010/11; cut by £16,626.47 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Shoreditch Spa","Charity. Develops a Healthy Hackney standard to tackle childhood obesity in community settings. Local authority funding cut: £99,970. Details: Received £99,970 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Skyway","Charity. Sports activities, and development of reparation scheme in community settings for young people on orders.Local authority funding cut: £24,065.87. Details: Received a total of £214,065.87 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £24,065.87 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "The Crib","Charity. Preventative work in three settings for young people at risk of offending, including media, cooking and decorating sessions and Trading Places scheme.Local authority funding cut: £201,520.94. Details: Received £281,520.94 in 2010/11; cut by £201,520.94 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Turkish Education & Development Association","Charity. Sports activities. Local authority funding cut: £23,893.46. Details: Received £23,893.46 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "1st Headstone Scout Group","Charity. Off-site camping and learning activities. Local authority funding cut: £1,467. Details: Received £1,600 in 2010/11; cut by £1,467 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents one month payment for April 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","HA","","","2011","10","23", "Home-Start Harrow","Charity. Funding for Home-Start family groups. Local authority funding cut: £5,232. Details: Received £5,708 in 2010/11; cut by £5,232 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents one month payment for April 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","HA","","","2011","10","23", "Kids Can Achieve","Charity. Funding for Kids Can Crew youth group. Local authority funding cut: £1,808.09. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; cut by £2,641.09 in 2011/12.Charity applied for £9,167 in 2011/12; this figure has been used to calculate the applicable funding reduction.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","HA","","","2011","10","23", "Hillingdon Federation of Community Associations Playschemes","Charity. Provides 10 playschemes primarily during the summer holidays at low cost for disadvantaged families. Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Details: Received £23,000 in 2010/11; cut by £5,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","UB","","","2011","10","23", "Hillingdon Pre-School Learning Alliance","Charity. Provides support relating to Early Years Foundation Stage to Alliance member settings. These include full daycare nurseries, baby and toddler groups, children's centres and out of school clubs. Planned work in 2011 includes developing good practice in eight baby and toddler groups.Local authority funding cut: £36,604. Details: Received £36,604 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","UB","","","2011","10","23", "Hillingdon Refugee Support Group","Charity. Provides support to unaccompanied asylum seeking minors. Includes befriending, activities, signposting, practical support, and information and advice.Local authority funding cut: £12,000. Details: Received £12,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Council says charity has been making a surplus and holds large reserves.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","UB","","","2011","10","23", "Homestart Hillingdon","Charity. Specially trained volunteers provide structured support to parents in crisis helping to prevent family breakdown. Local authority funding cut: £11,375. Details: Received £76,375 in 2010/11; cut by £11,375 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","UB","","","2011","10","23", "Beatbullying","Charity. Reduce bullying and its impact. Local authority funding cut: £50,820.63. Details: Received £81,313 in 2010/11; cut by £50,820.63 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "E.A.S.E Ltd. (Empowering Action and Social Esteem)","Charity. Services to tackle child poverty. Local authority funding cut: £125,000. Details: Received £200,000 in 2010/11; cut by £125,000 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "East Potential","Charity. 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games - support cultural activities; services to tackle child poverty; and reduce youth offending and anti-social behaviour among young people (aged 11-24) through diversionary activities. Local authority funding cut: £155,417.5. Details: Received a total of £248,668 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £155,417.50 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "London Voluntary Service Council","Charity. Sector Specific Second Tier Services to children's services; and Sector Specific Second Tier Services to Culture, Tourism & London 2012 servicesLocal authority funding cut: £75,000. Details: Received a total of £321,713 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £75,000 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011. Funding for voluntary sector co-ordination unaffected.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "NSPCC (ChildLine)","Charity. Helpline for Children & Young People. Local authority funding cut: £143,750. Details: Received £230,000 in 2010/11; cut by £143,750 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Roundabout","Charity. Reduce bullying and its impact. Local authority funding cut: £8,665. Details: Received £13,864 in 2010/11; cut by £8,665 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Endeavour Club","Charity. Positive activities for young people. Local authority funding cut: £8,000. Details: Received £23,470 in 2010/11; cut by £8,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SW","","","2011","10","23", "Home-Start Merton","Charity. Aims to work in partnership with parents by supporting and encouraging them through the early years of family life. Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Details: Received £40,000 in 2010/11; cut by £5,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SW","","","2011","10","23", "Jigsaw4U","Charity. Supports children and young people through loss and trauma. Local authority funding cut: £40,000. Details: Received £95,000 in 2010/11; cut by £40,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SW","","","2011","10","23", "Merton Voluntary Service Council","Charity. Funding for a Play Co-ordinator. Local authority funding cut: £21,000. Details: Received £21,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SW","","","2011","10","23", "SHOUT Youth Group","Charity. Offers information and support to young Londoners on a number of issues affecting young people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered or questioning their sexuality.Local authority funding cut: £8,000. Details: Received £8,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SW","","","2011","10","23", "Uptown","Charity. Youth club and learning centre providing a variety of positive activities and a support service for young people aged 13-19 up to 25 with a disability. Local authority funding cut: £8,000. Details: Received £35,000 in 2010/11; cut by £8,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SW","","","2011","10","23", "Vine Project","Charity. Funding for Kid Stop, a community enterprise that provides access to affordable children’s goods and other support services to parents with young children, particularly those on low incomes.Local authority funding cut: £17,768. Details: Received £17,768 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SW","","","2011","10","23", "Home-Start Redbridge","Charity. Offers one to one, personalised support for parents with at least one child under five years of age.Local authority funding cut: £7,575. Details: Received a total of £63,127 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £7,575 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","IG","","","2011","10","23", "Redbridge Children & Young People's Network","Charity. Provides a forum where voluntary sector providers of services for children, young people and families can meet and become actively involved in the planning and development of services.Local authority funding cut: £1,215. Details: Received £24,300 in 2010/11; cut by £1,215 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","IG","","","2011","10","23", "Barnardo's London, East and South East","Charity. Aims to help the most vulnerable children and young people transform their lives and fulfil their potential. Local authority funding cut: £167,000. Details: Received £167,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Coram Family","Charity. Supports vulnerable children. Local authority funding cut: £320,000. Details: Received £320,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "The Forge","Charity. Delivers participatory arts programmes for and with children and young people. Local authority funding cut: £17,100. Details: Received a total of £30,000 in 2010/11; cut by £17,100 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DH","","","2011","10","23", "Action for Children","Charity. Funding for Children's Centre. Local authority funding cut: £211,758. Details: Received £1,409,340 in 2010/11; cut by £211,758 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NE","","","2011","10","23", "Barnardo's","Charity. Includes funding for nursery and Children's Centre. Local authority funding cut: £89,087.19. Details: Received a total of £959,013.19 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £89,087.19 in 2011/12.Figures account for new £50,000 contract for housing support and new £50,000 contract for missing from care.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NE","","","2011","10","23", "Children North East","Charity. Works to combat the effects of poverty, neglect and disadvantage on children, young people and families.Local authority funding cut: £452,928. Details: Received a total of £452,928 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Children's Fund and Young Carers ABGs.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NE","","","2011","10","23", "NCH / Action for Children","Charity. Joint funding. Local authority funding cut: £80,000. Details: Received £1,100,000 in 2010/11; cut by £80,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NE","","","2011","10","23", "Kara","Charity. Family support programme. Provides support to children, young people, individuals and families. Support includes home visits, parenting support, issue based groups and craft groups.Local authority funding cut: £23,611. Details: Received £155,109 in 2010/11; cut by £23,611 in 2010/11.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TS","","","2011","10","23", "ACT @ Cheethams","Charity. Local drop-in centre for young people and their families in the Bank Top/Wensley Fold area of Blackburn. Local authority funding cut: £28,000. Details: Received £48,000 in 2010/11; cut by £28,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Barnardo's","Charity. Children's charity. Funding towards employee costs under the Future Jobs Fund. Local authority funding cut: £17,186.79. Details: Received £32,497.30 in 2010/11; cut by £17,186.79 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Future Jobs Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Chapter 1","Charity. Funding for play worker. Local authority funding cut: £20,732. Details: Received £20,732 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Child Action North West","Charity. Funding for a number of services, including Familywise, appropriate adult service, remand/pace bed, senior parenting officer, and Youth Inclusion and Support Panels.Local authority funding cut: £362,476. Details: Received a total of £452,476 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £362,476 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Home-Start","Charity. Offers one to one, personalised support for parents with at least one child under five years of age.Local authority funding cut: £116,753. Details: Received £116,753 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Little Angels","Charity. Supports, promotes and protects breastfeeding and wellbeing.Local authority funding cut: £63,000. Details: Received £63,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Motivate","Charity. Short breaks. Local authority funding cut: £78,000. Details: Received £78,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "National Day Nurseries Association","Charity. Charity and membership association specifically for nurseries. Local authority funding cut: £25,083. Details: Received £25,083 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "New Era Enterprises","Charity. Co-operative business specialising in childcare and working to promote community development, employment prospects and offer training. Includes funding for play development workers, plus the Future Jobs Fund.Local authority funding cut: £112,079.5. Details: Received a total of £144,718.13 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £112,079.50 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Positive Start","Charity. Assists young people, particularly from disadvantaged and Black Minority Ethnic groups, through information, training and support.Local authority funding cut: £4,485.92. Details: Received £8,242.96 in 2010/11; cut by £4,485.92 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Future Jobs Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Pre-School Learning Alliance","Charity. Childcare provider. Local authority funding cut: £78,672. Details: Received £78,672 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Prince's Trust","Charity. Supports young disadvantaged people back into education, employment, self-employment and training. Funding for the Moving On project.Local authority funding cut: £50,386. Details: Received £50,386 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Xenzone","Charity. Funding for Kooth, an online counselling service for 11-25 year olds.Local authority funding cut: £60,000. Details: Received £60,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Youth Action","Charity. Works with young people aged 8-24 across East Lancashire. Includes work on substance misuse, and funding under the Future Jobs Fund.Local authority funding cut: £133,544.69. Details: Received a total of £134,756.97 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £133,544.69 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Future Jobs Fund and Cohesion Area Based Grant. Majority of the reduction is due to cuts to FJF and Cohesion ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Action for Children","Charity. Independent advocacy for Looked After Children and family support for vulnerable children, young people and their families.Local authority funding cut: £122,000. Details: Received £212,000 in 2010/11; cut by £122,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "BCOM","Charity. Targeted positive activities for young BME women in targeted areas of the borough including opportunities to gain accredited qualifications, half term activities, establishment of a young women?s youth group, creative art and health sessions and educational programmes.Local authority funding cut: £16,000. Details: Received £48,000 in 2010/11; cut by £16,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "Bolton Lads and Girls Club","Charity. Funding for one-to-one support and access to Looked After Children through access to recreational activities and opportunities, and for targeted positive activities for young people in targeted areas of the borough inc outreach sessions.Local authority funding cut: £79,549. Details: Received a total of £271,149 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £79,549 in 2011/12. The charity may benefit from the council's new Strategic Commissioning Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "Bolton Toy Library","Charity. Provision of toy loan service via Children's Centres to groups, childminders and families.Local authority funding cut: £29,000. Details: Received £79,000 in 2010/11; cut by £29,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "Children's Opportunities Group","Charity. Provides independent information advice and support to parents/carers for SEN children. Out of school, playgroups and nursery provision.Local authority funding cut: £45,000. Details: Received £280,000 in 2010/11; cut by £45,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "Get Hooked on Fishing","Charity. Provision of recreational activities for children throughout the borough, including antisocial behaviour, disabled children, BME children and referred children.Local authority funding cut: £21,000. Details: Received £26,000 in 2010/11; cut by £21,000 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding is a one-off transitional allocation.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "HAFWAY","Charity. Targeted positive activities for children aged 5-19 in the targeted area of the borough. Local authority funding cut: £3,500. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; cut by £3,500 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "Harmony Group","Charity. Targeted positive activities for young BME children, including opportunities to gain accredited qualifications in sport, health and improve general educational attainment and personal and social development.Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Details: Received £11,000 in 2010/11; cut by £5,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "Harmony Project","Charity. Targeted positive activities for children aged 13-19 in targeted areas of the borough. Local authority funding cut: £10,000. Details: Received £28,000 in 2010/11; cut by £10,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "Home Start","Charity. Provides support to young families and a volunteering support programme for new parents. Local authority funding cut: £6,000. Details: Received £106,000 in 2010/11; cut by £6,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "Johnson Fold Youth & Community Support","Charity. Open access recreational activities for children in targeted areas of the borough. Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Details: Received £17,000 in 2010/11; cut by £5,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "Little Angels","Charity. Support in relation to breastfeeding within Children's Centres. Local authority funding cut: £25,000. Details: Received £30,000 in 2010/11; cut by £25,000 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding is a one-off transitional allocation.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "Medi8","Charity. Funding cut for mediation service for 16/17 year olds at risk of becoming homeless; funding withdrawn for. Local authority funding cut: £29,000. Details: Received a total of £45,000 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £29,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "National Childminders Association","Charity. Six month subscription; a requirement for childminders to access Early Years funding. Local authority funding cut: £19,000. Details: Received £38,000 in 2010/11; cut by £19,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "Streetwise Soccer","Charity. Recreational sporting activities providing children with access to opportunities and accredited qualifications. Local authority funding cut: £15,000. Details: Received £20,000 in 2010/11; cut by £15,000 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding is a one-off transitional allocation.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "Urban Solutions","Charity. Parenting support to the BME community via delivery of parenting programmes and capacity building in the BME communities throughout Bolton. Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Details: Received £35,000 in 2010/11; cut by £5,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "Withins Wrestling Club","Charity. Recreational sporting activities providing children with access to opportunities and accredited qualification. Local authority funding cut: £14,000. Details: Received £19,000 in 2010/11; cut by £14,000 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding is a one-off transitional allocation.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "Xtreme Music & DJ School","Charity. Recreational activities for children. Local authority funding cut: £60,631. Details: Received £65,631 in 2010/11; cut by £60,631 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding is a one-off transitional allocation.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "YMCA","Charity. Targeted positive activities for children aged 5-19, including provision of a varied programme of activities.Local authority funding cut: £22,000. Details: Received £94,000 in 2010/11; cut by £22,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "Action for Children","Charity. Action for Children supports and speaks out for the most vulnerable, disadvantaged and neglected children and young people.Local authority funding cut: £57,297. Details: Received £390,785 in 2010/11; cut by £57,297 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CW","","","2011","10","23", "Catch 22","Charity. Helps to develop disadvantaged young people's confidence and skills to get back into education or training, stay out of crime or find a safe place to live, and helps them with the skills needed to live independently after leaving care or custody.Local authority funding cut: £3,750. Details: Received £75,000 in 2010/11; cut by £3,750 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CW","","","2011","10","23", "Home Start East Cheshire","Charity. Committed to promoting the welfare of families with at least one child under five years of age. Local authority funding cut: £1,085. Details: Received a total of £21,700 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £1,085 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CW","","","2011","10","23", "NSPCC","Charity. Children's charity working to stamp out child abuse. Local authority funding cut: £3,625. Details: Received £72,500 in 2010/11; cut by £3,625 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CW","","","2011","10","23", "Action for Children","Charity. Supports and speaks out for the most vulnerable, disadvantaged and neglected children and young people.Local authority funding cut: £22,500. Details: Received £150,000 in 2010/11; cut by £22,500 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Barnardo's","Charity. Funding cut affects the Asha project, which offers a mix of services for children, young people and their families in Westwood and Coldhurst including out of school activities, family support and advice, and a volunteer/learning programme.Local authority funding cut: £7,905. Details: Received a total of £116,388 in 2010/11; cut by £7,905 in 2011/12. Funding for junior youth club and domestic violence services for children unaffected by cuts. Figures exclude one-off capital grant under Neighbourhood Learning in Deprived Communities.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Brook","Charity. Works to reduce the teenage conception rate. Local authority funding cut: £51,102. Details: Received £102,205 in 2010/11; cut by £51,102 in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Child Action North West","Charity. Funding for Family Group Meetings. Local authority funding cut: £10,000. Details: Received £67,662 in 2010/11; cut by £10,000 in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Groundwork","Charity. Funding for NEET re-engagement. Local authority funding cut: £42,000. Details: Received £42,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Key to the Door","Charity. Provides training and support for young parents in socially deprived areas. Local authority funding cut: £10,000. Details: Received a total of £55,777 in 2010/11; cut by £10,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Oldham Play Action Group","Charity. Works throughout the year promoting children’s play. Supports a range of playschemes across the borough. Local authority funding cut: £28,609. Details: Received a total of £74,506 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £28,609 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Positive Steps Oldham","Charity. Funding cuts affect alcohol co-ordinator, ACCE drugs project, Oasis, and integrated and targeted youth support services.Local authority funding cut: £1,275,772. Details: Received a total of £4,032,143 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £1,275,772 in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.Funding maintained at 2010/11 levels for challenge and support, specialist services for young carers, and the Hub. Figures exclude funding under New Deal for Communities.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Project Good Neighbour","Charity. Target group - children aged 7-16 years. Project work with kids. Community based topics. Local authority funding cut: £5,350. Details: Received £5,350 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Multi Racial Playbus","Charity. Activities for pre-school children. Local authority funding cut: £14,420. Details: Received a total of £32,920 in 2010/11; cut by £14,420 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Community Cohesion ABG. Only ABG funding is being cut; core funding is being maintained.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Prince's Trust","Charity. Youth charity. Local authority funding cut: £30,900. Details: Received £30,900 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Wheels Within Wheels","Charity. Caters for a wide range of vocational and recreational training opportunities for young people. Local authority funding cut: £15,300. Details: Received a total of £15,300 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants and Community Safety Partnership funding.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Action for Children","Charity. Funding for child care and children's social care. Local authority funding cut: £70,608. Details: Received £511,303 in 2010/11; cut by £70,608 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Barnardo's","Charity. Affected funding is for child care services, strategic housing, and disability short breaks.Local authority funding cut: £164,205. Details: Received a total of £492,738 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £164,205 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Child Action North West","Charity. Affected funding is for remand beds. Local authority funding cut: £45,600. Details: Received a total of £226,269 in 2010/11; cut by £45,600 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Children's Society","Charity. Affected funding is for children's rights work and family support. Local authority funding cut: £194,000. Details: Received a total of £265,000 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £194,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Family Action","Charity. Funding for family support and young carers. Local authority funding cut: £269,500. Details: Received £269,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Family Welfare Association","Charity. Funding for prevention work on parenting. Local authority funding cut: £41,322. Details: Received £41,322 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Excludes funding that has yet to be finalised in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Home-Start","Charity. Provides support to families who have children under 5 years old. Local authority funding cut: £18,990. Details: Received £38,990 in 2010/11; cut by £18,990 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Meadowfield Community Centre","Charity. Affected funding is for child care services and Sure Start services. Local authority funding cut: £175,246. Details: Received a total of £242,946 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £175,246 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Moorland Holmes","Charity. Funding for child care services. Local authority funding cut: £4,786. Details: Received £4,786 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Rathbone","Charity. Funding to reduce the number of young people not in education, employment or training (NEET).Local authority funding cut: £81,000. Details: Received £81,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Rochdale Connections Trust","Charity. Provide education, training and employment opportunities for disadvantaged youths in Rochdale and surrounding areas.Local authority funding cut: £64,000. Details: Received £90,000 in 2010/11; cut by £64,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "19th Bootle and Litherland Brownies","Charity. Use of school premises for delivery of activities. Local authority funding cut: £1,024. Details: Received £1,117 in 2010/11; cut by £1,024 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","L","","","2011","10","23", "2nd Bootle Scouts","Charity. Use of school premises for delivery of activities. Local authority funding cut: £1,242. Details: Received £1,355 in 2010/11; cut by £1,242 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","L","","","2011","10","23", "3rd Bootle Scouts","Charity. Use of school premises for delivery of activities. Local authority funding cut: £1,024. Details: Received £1,117 in 2010/11; cut by £1,024 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","L","","","2011","10","23", "Apple Project","Charity. Provides support and advice across children’s centres regarding teenage pregnancy. Local authority funding cut: £13,975. Details: Received £13,975 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Teenage Pregnancy ABG. Council says service is now embedded into mainstream practice. ","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","L","","","2011","10","23", "Beechpark Initiative","Charity. Funding to provide centre-based diversionary activities. Local authority funding cut: £9,000. Details: Received £9,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 due to cuts to the Positive Activities for Young People ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","L","","","2011","10","23", "Brunswick Youth Centre","Charity. Positive activities for young people. Local authority funding cut: £20,000. Details: Received £70,000 in 2010/11; cut by £20,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","L","","","2011","10","23", "Chestnut Grove","Charity. Child care and parent support. Salary costs. Local authority funding cut: £5,999. Details: Received £6,530 in 2010/11; cut by £5,999 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","L","","","2011","10","23", "Christchurch Youth and Community Centre","Charity. Accredited learning youth provision - three full-time staff plus sessional workers and project running costs. Local authority funding cut: £52,000. Details: Received £112,000 in 2010/11; cut by £52,000 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","L","","","2011","10","23", "Crosby Hall Educational Trust (CHET)","Charity. Funding to hold a residential performing arts project targeted at young people. Local authority funding cut: £10,000. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 due to cuts to the Positive Activities for Young People ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","L","","","2011","10","23", "George's Junior Football Club","Charity. Use of school premises for delivery of activities. Local authority funding cut: £1,623. Details: Received £1,771 in 2010/11; cut by £1,623 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","L","","","2011","10","23", "Home-Start","Charity. Provides support to families who have children under 5 years old. Storage and volunteer costs. Local authority funding cut: £1,833. Details: Received £2,000 in 2010/11; cut by £1,833 in 2011/12. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","L","","","2011","10","23", "KGV Tessero Gym Club","Charity. Use of school premises for delivery of activities. Local authority funding cut: £6,947. Details: Received £7,579 in 2010/11; cut by £6,947 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","L","","","2011","10","23", "L30 Centre","Charity. After school programme and parent support, plus after school activities for disabled children.Local authority funding cut: £14,753. Details: Received £114,753 in 2010/11; cut by £14,753 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","L","","","2011","10","23", "Parenting 2000","Charity. Funding for speakeasy programmes for parents of teenagers, sexual health services for young people in North Sefton, and various other programmes.Local authority funding cut: £58,141. Details: Received a total of £158,141 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £58,141 in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","L","","","2011","10","23", "Plaza Community Cinema","Charity. Funding to provide a full-time youth development worker and freelance support staff to develop and deliver a range of inclusive educational and creative projects for young people aged 13-19. Local authority funding cut: £9,981. Details: Received £49,981 in 2010/11; cut by £9,981 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","L","","","2011","10","23", "Sefton OPERA","Charity. Funding to appoint an additional part-time intergenerational worker, and heating and rent costs.Local authority funding cut: £32,292. Details: Received a total of £32,500 in 2010/11; cut by £32,292 in 2011/12 due to cuts to the Positive Activities for Young People ABG. Majority of funding reduction is due to cuts to ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","L","","","2011","10","23", "Sefton Play Council","Charity. Provides services and support for play providers in order to raise the quality of play and child care in Sefton. Funding for running costs. Local authority funding cut: £20,000. Details: Received £60,000 in 2010/11; cut by £20,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","L","","","2011","10","23", "Southport YMCA","Charity. Programme of activities for young people aged 13-19 to enable them to develop their full potential through activities assisting them to make a positive contribution to their communities through developing their skills. Local authority funding cut: £50,000. Details: Received £50,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 due to cuts to the Positive Activities for Young People ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","L","","","2011","10","23", "Y Kids","Charity. Youth project using creative and media art forms to enable young people aged 10-16 to explore issues of self esteem, confidence etc to increase engagement, and look at the possibility of creative arts as a career. Divisionary activities for young people at risk of becoming involved in anti-social behaviour.Local authority funding cut: £20,000. Details: Received £70,000 in 2010/11; cut by £20,000 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","L","","","2011","10","23", "Action for Children","Charity. Family Support/Edge of Care Family Intervention Project. Funded through the Think Family grant. Contract ended on 31 March 2011 and was not renewed or re-commissioned. Local authority funding cut: £175,000. Details: Received £175,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","WA","","","2011","10","23", "Homestart St Helens","Charity. This service operates a volunteer/befriending service to families with children under 5 to support them accessing services and meeting their children’s needs. The service also delivers some capacity building in that it has enabled some volunteers to enter either education or employment. Local authority funding cut: £66,000. Details: Received £81,000 in 2010/11; cut by £66,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","WA","","","2011","10","23", "ICAN","Charity. Early years speech and language therapy programme. Local authority funding cut: £6,000. Details: Received £6,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","WA","","","2011","10","23", "Kooth","Charity. Emotional advice and support for young people. Local authority funding cut: £45,000. Details: Received £45,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","WA","","","2011","10","23", "Beacon Counselling","Charity. Funding for confidence groups in schools, and integrated prevention services.Local authority funding cut: £10,000. Details: Received a total of £10,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SK","","","2011","10","23", "Beacon Counselling / Relate","Charity. One-to-one pupil counselling surgeries in schools. Fifty percent delivery for each provider. Local authority funding cut: £19,216. Details: Received £19,216 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SK","","","2011","10","23", "Relate","Charity. Counselling for children and young people. Local authority funding cut: £11,109. Details: Received £11,109 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 due to cuts to the Children's Fund ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SK","","","2011","10","23", "Prince of Wales Youth Club","Charity. The Prince of Wales Youth Club is based in Northgate, Canterbury and offers a variety of activities including art and crafts, dance and drama, trampolining, music and DJ-ing workshops, football, trips, summer projects, residentials etc.Local authority funding cut: £10,000. Details: Received £15,000 in 2010/11; cut by £10,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CT","","","2011","10","23", "ARCH (Assisted Reading for Children in Oxfordshire)","Charity. Recruit volunteers to help in primary school.,Local authority funding cut: £400,. Details: Received £400 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funded under Seniors Grants, one-off grants generally claimed by the same groups year-on-year.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Northmoor Trust","Charity. Oxfordshire Kids on Farms project. Local authority funding cut: £2,000. Details: Received £2,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Shifa Trust","Charity. Funded to deliver a volunteering awards programme for young people. Local authority funding cut: £4,000. Details: Received £14,000 in 2010/11; cut by £4,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Home-Start Epsom Ewell and Banstead","Charity. Advice and support to parents of young families. Local authority funding cut: £7,073. Details: Received £7,073 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","KT","","","2011","10","23", "Action for Borstal Community (ABC Project)","Charity. Works with parents-to-be, parents, carers and childen to promote physical, intellectual and social development of babies and young children.Local authority funding cut: £4,807. Details: Received £42,427 in 2010/11; cut by £4,807 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","ME","","","2011","10","23", "Home-Start Medway","Charity. Offers support to families with children under five. Local authority funding cut: £11,377.5. Details: Received £135,858 in 2010/11; cut by £11,377.50 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","ME","","","2011","10","23", "Young Lives Foundation","Charity. Covers five projects: appropriate adults, children's advocacy service, independent visitors, Medway Challengers and a mentoring scheme.Local authority funding cut: £12,691. Details: Received £78,640 in 2010/11; cut by £12,691 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","ME","","","2011","10","23", "Kids Enjoy Exercise Now","Charity. KEEN, run by Oxford University and Oxford Brookes University students along with other young people from the local area, provides sporting and recreational activities for children and young adults with special needs in Oxfordshire. Activities are open to all young people in Oxfordshire who have special needs and their siblings. We work with a huge range of abilities from mild learning difficulties to quadriplegia, Down's Syndrome to autism. The charity is funded under a one-off grants programme, but usually receives some funding every year.Local authority funding cut: £2,000. Details: Received £8,000 in 2010/11; cut by £2,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "South Oxford Adventure Playground","Charity. The South Oxford Adventure Playground is a supervised playground for children aged 6-15, run by local volunteers. Funding was awarded to provide play opportunities for at least 500 children aged 6-13. The charity is funded under a one-off grants programme, but usually receives some funding every year.Local authority funding cut: £3,000. Details: Received £11,000 in 2010/11; cut by £3,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Adoption UK","Charity. Supports adopters and prospective adopters before, during and after the adoption process.Local authority funding cut: £1,000. Details: Received £1,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","PO","","","2011","10","23", "ASK","Charity. Provides a range of services offering support to parents. Local authority funding cut: £9,900. Details: Received £66,000 in 2010/11; cut by £9,900 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","PO","","","2011","10","23", "Daybreak","Charity. Family Group Conferences where there is a child or vulnerable adult who is in need. Local authority funding cut: £38,753. Details: Received £38,753 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","PO","","","2011","10","23", "EC Roberts Centre","Charity. Child-focused charity offering assistance to families in addressing their situation of homelessness or dealing with the issues of relationship breakdown. Local authority funding cut: £5,300. Details: Received a total of £53,613 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £5,300 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","PO","","","2011","10","23", "Motiv8","Charity. Engages with young people and supports them in accessing better life chances, in order to reduce offending and anti-social behaviour.Local authority funding cut: £12,000. Details: Received a total of £119,572 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £12,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","PO","","","2011","10","23", "National Youth Advocacy Service","Charity. Charity providing children's rights and socio-legal services. Local authority funding cut: £6,400. Details: Received £64,173 in 2010/11; cut by £6,400 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","PO","","","2011","10","23", "City Reach Youth Project","Charity. Funding towards staff and running costs for three centres. Local authority funding cut: £3,000. Details: Received £34,000 in 2010/11; cut by £3,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SO","","","2011","10","23", "Community Playlink","Charity. Funding to maintain the organisation's core infrastructure, support to parent and toddler groups and sports library service.Local authority funding cut: £4,300. Details: Received £42,996 in 2010/11; cut by £4,300 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SO","","","2011","10","23", "Fairbridge Solent","Charity. Helps young people gain the confidence and motivation to change their lives. Funding covers salary costs of two frontline staff members. Local authority funding cut: £9,366. Details: Received £60,800 in 2010/11; cut by £25,566 in 2011/12.Charity applied for £44,600 in 2011/12; the difference between this and the actual 2011/12 grant will be taken as the applicable funding cut.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SO","","","2011","10","23", "Prince's Trust","Charity. Supports young disadvantaged people back into education, employment, self-employment and training.Local authority funding cut: £26,693. Details: Received £26,693 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SO","","","2011","10","23", "Southampton Children's Play Association","Charity. Funding towards salaries, office running costs and city wide summer holiday playschemes for children aged 5-14 years.Local authority funding cut: £10,386. Details: Received £103,863 in 2010/11; cut by £10,386 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SO","","","2011","10","23", "Weston Adventure Playground","Charity. Funding towards staff and premises running costs for adventure playground for children aged 5-14 years. Local authority funding cut: £8,579. Details: Received £85,796 in 2010/11; cut by £8,579 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SO","","","2011","10","23", "Clued Up Info","Charity. Information shop for young people aged 11-25, providing advice and information on education, training and employment, sex and relationships, family problems, justice and equality, health, housing and welfare, money, sport, leisure and travel, mental health, bullying, alcohol and drug awareness, as well as counselling and liasing with other agencies.Local authority funding cut: £3,000. Details: Received £15,000 in 2010/11; cut by £3,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BN","","","2011","10","23", "Woodley Toy Library","Charity. The Lend and Play Toy Library offers a range of services for its members (including childminders). It has toys and childcare equipment suitable for children from 0-14 years old. Local authority funding cut: £18,470. Details: Received £23,470 in 2010/11; cut by £18,470 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","RG","","","2011","10","23", "Wycombe Youth Action","Charity. Aims to get young people from 13 to 25 years of age involved in positive activities that they may not otherwise have the opportunity to do. Local authority funding cut: £3,096Funding will be maintained at £18,000 in 2011/12, but will be cut by £1,800 in 2012/13 and a further £1,296 in 2013/14.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","HP","","","2011","10","23", "YMCA","Charity. Provides young people with a stimulating and supportive environment. Local authority funding cut: £10,250. Details: Received £21,500 in 2010/11; cut by £10,250 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TR","","","2011","10","23", "Children's Society","Charity. Provides child support. Local authority funding cut: £47,000. Details: Received £47,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Children's Fund ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","EX","","","2011","10","23", "Action for Children","Charity. Funding for Gloucestershire Participation Project. Local authority funding cut: £80,308. Details: Received £80,308 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Children in Need of Counselling Help (CINCH)","Charity. Support and listening service for young people whose parents are separating or already living apart. Local authority funding cut: £2,830.4. Details: Received £3,538 in 2010/11; cut by £2,830.40 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Chinese Children and Parents of Gloucester","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £9,791.3. Details: Received £12,239.10 in 2010/11; cut by £9,791.30 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Cirencester Opportunity Group","Charity. Independent playgroup enabling children with special needs to play and learn with other children. Local authority funding cut: £3,840. Details: Received £4,800 in 2010/11; cut by £3,840 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Cool Runnings","Charity. Children's activity centre. Local authority funding cut: £17,877.69. Details: Received £22,347.09 in 2010/11; cut by £17,877.69 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "County Community Projects","Charity. Works to improve the lives of children, young people, families and vulnerable adults who have multiple and complex needs.Local authority funding cut: £15,253. Details: Received a total of £19,066.20 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £15,253 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Friendship Café / GymNation","Charity. Friendship Cafe and GymNation provide mainly youth and community based activities, focusing mainly but not exclusively on young people, children and families in the Barton & Tredworth areas of Gloucester.Local authority funding cut: £31,519.41. Details: Received £39,399.21 in 2010/11; cut by £31,519.41 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Home-Start Cotswolds","Charity. Offers support, friendship and practical help to families at home with children under five.Local authority funding cut: £6,080. Details: Received £7,600 in 2010/11; cut by £6,080 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Home-Start Stroud & Dursley","Charity. Raises self-confidence, improves social networks, reduces difficult behaviour on the part of the child and improves physical and mental health.Local authority funding cut: £7,291.2. Details: Received £9,114 in 2010/11; cut by £7,291.20 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Monkscroft Pastoral Care","Charity. Supports children who are experiencing social, emotional or behavioural difficulties either at school or at home. Alsos support parents and siblings.Local authority funding cut: £31,667.09. Details: Received £39,583.89 in 2010/11; cut by £31,667.09 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Parentline Plus","Charity. Parenting advice and support charity. Local authority funding cut: £29,784.64. Details: Received £37,230.84 in 2010/11; cut by £29,784.64 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Prestbury & Pittville Youth","Charity. Youth organisation. Local authority funding cut: £7,607.6. Details: Received £9,509.40 in 2010/11; cut by £7,607.60 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Tall Ships Youth Trust","Charity. Supports the personal development of young people through crewing tall ships. Local authority funding cut: £7,830. Details: Received £7,830 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Winston's Wish","Charity. Offers practical support and guidance to families, professionals and anyone concerned about a grieving child.Local authority funding cut: £30,409.28. Details: Received £38,011.68 in 2010/11; cut by £30,409.28 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Young Gloucestershire","Charity. Supports youth through clubs, volunteering opportunities and gaining qualifications.Local authority funding cut: £26,955.2. Details: Received a total of £27,922 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £26,955.20 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Somerset Federation of Young Farmers","Charity. For those aged 10-26 who live or work in a rural community. Local authority funding cut: £4,423. Details: Received £24,676 in 2010/11; cut by £4,423 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "SPAEDA","Charity. Creates opportunities for the children and young people of Somerset to experience arts activities. Local authority funding cut: £9,468. Details: Received £9,468 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Taunton YMCA","Charity. Christian charity committed to supporting all young people, particularly in times of need.Local authority funding cut: £22,522. Details: Received £22,522 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TA","","","2011","10","23", "Time Out Together","Charity. Offers a variety of services that support children and family life. Local authority funding cut: £16,470. Details: Received £16,470 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Children's Fund ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Barnardo's","Charity. Children's charity. Provides a parent support service in South Gloucestershire. Local authority funding cut: £30,241. Details: Received £60,482 in 2010/11; cut by £30,241 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Children's Playlink","Charity. Children's charity that promotes and improves play and childcare opportunities across South Gloucestershire. Local authority funding cut: £43,171. Details: Received a total of £85,516 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £43,171 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "ask","Charity. Supports parents and carers in Wiltshire through the provision of information, advice and services. Funding for a variety of services including Children's/Family Information Service, Parent Partnership Service, parenting support and Parenting Early Intervention Programme.Local authority funding cut: £118,193. Details: Received a total of £663,342 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £118,193 in 2011/12. Figures exclude £99 of one-off funding in 2010/11. Funding ceased for Parenting Early Intervention Programme; all other services have seen funding reduced.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SN","","","2011","10","23", "Barnardo's","Charity. Funding for Family Group Conference, short breaks for children and young people with a disability, and family support services.Local authority funding cut: £56,408. Details: Received a total of £364,087 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £56,408 in 2011/12.Figures exclude £85,000 of one-off funding in 2010/11, and £1,067,552 of funding that has not yet been finalised for 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SN","","","2011","10","23", "Home-Start Kennet","Charity. Offers one to one, personalised support for parents with at least one child under five years of age.Local authority funding cut: £24,515. Details: Received £49,031 in 2010/11; cut by £24,515 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SN","","","2011","10","23", "Home-Start South Wiltshire","Charity. Offers one to one, personalised support for parents with at least one child under five years of age.Local authority funding cut: £11,662. Details: Received £23,325 in 2010/11; cut by £11,662 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SN","","","2011","10","23", "NSPCC","Charity. Funding for Ashdown Family Centre and Calne Family Centre. Local authority funding cut: £7,803. Details: Received a total of £78,034 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £7,803 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SN","","","2011","10","23", "Scrapstore & Wiltshire Play Resource Centre","Charity. Collects items that are suitable for use in children's play and education. Funding for scrapstore and outreach work with under-5s. Local authority funding cut: £98,211. Details: Received a total of £196,423 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £98,211 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SN","","","2011","10","23", "Action for Children","Charity. Funding for support to families on the verge of statutory intervention, support to young carers, and support to Looked After Children in gaining employability skills.Local authority funding cut: £296,247. Details: Received a total of £742,933 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £296,247 in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.Excludes funding for short breaks for disabled children, which has yet to be finalised for 2011/12. Majority of the funding reduction is due to cuts to ABGs. Reductions reflect in-year cuts applied to 2011/12 fundingl employability skills project decommissioned early in December 2010","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "All Saints Youth Project","Charity. Core funding, and mentoring project for disabled/disengaged young people.Local authority funding cut: £25,000. Details: Received a total of £25,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Anka Childcare","Charity. Funding for Anka Day Nursery. Local authority funding cut: £36,994. Details: Received £46,994 in 2010/11; cut by £36,994 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Aspire & Succeed","Charity. Social enterprise focused on academic achievement and community empowerment. Local authority funding cut: £29,573. Details: Received £29,573 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Aspire4U","Charity. Funding for event management training scheme for disengaged/disadvantaged BMW young people. Local authority funding cut: £29,990. Details: Received £29,990 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Barnardo's","Charity. Funding reduced for Harris House, Amazon young people's counselling service, and ARCH project. Funding maintained for SOFALLI service and Birmingham Space project.Local authority funding cut: £65,101. Details: Received a total of £563,129 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £65,101 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "bayc","Charity. Funding for Birmingham Youth Assembly. Local authority funding cut: £5,535. Details: Received £5,535 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Billesley Boats","Charity. Funding for supper club for disabled/disengaged young people. Local authority funding cut: £9,884. Details: Received £9,884 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund.Figures exclude funding for short breaks, which has yet to be finalised for 2011/12 but will be recommissioned from the charity.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Birmingham Boys and Girls Union","Charity. Provides outdoor activities for young people of all ages and backgrounds. Local authority funding cut: £21,545. Details: Received £21,545 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Birmingham Community Venture","Charity. Works to re-engage young people by providing informal educational opportunities and activities. Local authority funding cut: £8,000. Details: Received £8,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Birmingham Federation of Clubs","Charity. Charity working with young people in Birmingham and the surrounding areas. Local authority funding cut: £63,603. Details: Received £77,603 in 2010/11; cut by £63,603 in 2011/12. Figures exclude funding that has yet to be finalised for 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Birmingham PlayCare Network","Charity. Provides mentoring, advice, guidance and training to out of school sector working with 4-11 year olds.Local authority funding cut: £122,496. Details: Received £228,870 in 2010/11; cut by £122,496 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Birmingham Scout Group 260th","Charity. ,Local authority funding cut: £585,. Details: Received £585 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.,Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Birmingham Scouts 109th","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £3,500. Details: Received £3,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Birmingham Scouts 126th","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £6,500. Details: Received £6,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Birmingham Scouts 141st","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £2,500. Details: Received £2,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Birmingham Scouts 169th","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £7,400. Details: Received £7,400 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Birmingham Scouts 195th","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £4,500. Details: Received £4,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Birmingham Scouts 229th","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £3,000. Details: Received £3,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Birmingham Scouts 24th","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Details: Received £5,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Birmingham Scouts 298th","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £3,150. Details: Received £3,150 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Birmingham Scouts 64th","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £8,000. Details: Received £8,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Birmingham Venture","Charity. Youth work. Local authority funding cut: £16,000. Details: Received £16,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Children's Society","Charity. Funding for mentoring of care leavers and unaccompanied asylum seekers, Looked After Missing Persons project, and persistent runaways project.Local authority funding cut: £229,885. Details: Received a total of £229,885 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund and Area Based Grants. All services decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "City United","Charity. Works to provide the best chances to the disadvantaged children and young people of Birmingham. Local authority funding cut: £69,500. Details: Received a total of £69,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Comm:pact","Charity. Community group that aims to transform the lives of people in East Birmingham. Focused on young people. Local authority funding cut: £13,725. Details: Received £13,725 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Excludes funding under Preventing Violent Extremism. Remaining service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Community Media Services","Charity. Project to set up media hub to enable young people to acquire media training, skills and experience.Local authority funding cut: £10,000. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Concord Youth Centre","Charity. Funding for Campaign Concord, supporting the development of a young people’s campaigning group from the Sparkbrook area.Local authority funding cut: £5,343. Details: Received £5,343 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Crackers Family Forum","Charity. Funding for training café. Local authority funding cut: £23,300. Details: Received £23,300 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Dens of Equality","Charity. Umbrella body that links and supports family-led inclusion groups in Birmingham. Funding for Northwest Play for Choice project. Local authority funding cut: £19,594. Details: Received £97,920 in 2010/11; cut by £19,594 in 2011/12. Figures exclude funding that has yet to be finalised for 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "ER Mason Boys Club","Charity. Youth work. Local authority funding cut: £13,460. Details: Received £50,960 in 2010/11; cut by £13,460 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Fairbridge","Charity. Supports young people aged 13-25 in overcoming issues such as drug and alcohol misuse. Funding for citizenship project. Local authority funding cut: £9,238. Details: Received £9,238 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Family Action","Charity. Provider of services to disadvantaged and socially isolated families. Funding for intensive family support. Local authority funding cut: £41,628. Details: Received £555,044 in 2010/11; cut by £41,628 in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Free@last","Charity. Nechells-based charity that works with inner city children, youth and families offering support, advice and guidance.Local authority funding cut: £30,000. Details: Received £30,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Games 4 All","Charity. Youth centre. Local authority funding cut: £27,600. Details: Received £27,600 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Handsworth Daycare Centre","Charity. Funding for nursery and out of school club. Local authority funding cut: £14,485. Details: Received a total of £110,314 in 2010/11; cut by £14,485 in 2011/12.Funding for nursery is reducing; funding for out of school club is increasing, though by a smaller amount.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Hindu Council of Birmingham","Charity. Funding for youth work. Local authority funding cut: £9,673. Details: Received £9,673 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Home-Start","Charity. Provides support to families who have children under 5 years old. Local authority funding cut: £25,060. Details: Received £334,128 in 2010/11; cut by £25,060 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Local Leagues Limited","Charity. Funding to train young people to become representatives on key decision-making bodies whose work affects all Birmingham youth. Local authority funding cut: £9,400. Details: Received £9,400 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Middlemore Family Centre","Charity. Provides children and families in crisis with practical, emotional and social support in a community setting in order to develop positive family relationships and to improve the life prospects of children.Local authority funding cut: £16,390. Details: Received £218,538 in 2010/11; cut by £16,390 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "National Childminding Association","Charity. Mentoring, training, support and guidance to childminders providing home based care. Local authority funding cut: £293,505. Details: Received £347,369 in 2010/11; cut by £293,505 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "National Youth Advocacy Service","Charity. Funding for Birmingham signposting service and support and information for carers. Local authority funding cut: £211,304. Details: Received a total of £254,303 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £211,304 in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants. Majority of the reduction due to cuts to ABGs. Funding for signposting service ended; remaining funding reduced.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Norton Hall Children & Family Centre","Charity. Funding for nursery and out of school club. Local authority funding cut: £15,128. Details: Received a total of £75,639 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £15,128 in 2011/12. Figures exclude funding that has yet to be finalised for 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "NSPCC","Charity. Funding for one-to-one support for children. Local authority funding cut: £80,000. Details: Received £80,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Play on the Lyndhurst","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Details: Received £5,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Pool Farm & Primrose Hill Community Nursery","Charity. Pre-school nursery for children on the Pool Farm, Primrose Hill and Hawkerley estates.Local authority funding cut: £172,800. Details: Received £180,000 in 2010/11; cut by £172,800 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Priority Area Playgroup","Charity. Funding for Sparkhill, Welsh House Farm and David Gretton playgroups.Local authority funding cut: £16,728. Details: Received a total of £83,846 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £16,728 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Scout Association","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £15,964. Details: Received £15,964 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Sikh Community and Youth Service","Charity. Funding for support to develop parenting skills. Local authority funding cut: £21,100. Details: Received £21,100 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Somali Youth Development Organisation","Charity. Funding for Somyouth project to reduce the number of young Somalis who are not in education, employment or training (NEET).Local authority funding cut: £9,700. Details: Received £9,700 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neigbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Spurgeons","Charity. Funding for Kids Who Care scheme and bereavement counselling for children and young people. Local authority funding cut: £25,241. Details: Received a total of £232,739 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £25,241 in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grant and Carers Grant. Bereavement counselling outputs reduced.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "St Francis Youth and Community Centre","Charity. Centre offers a range of activities including a pre-school group, the St Francis Youth Project, adult education classes, an out-of-school club and an elderly lunch club.Local authority funding cut: £2,472. Details: Received £2,472 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "St James Hill Scouts","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £1,500. Details: Received £1,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "St Martin's Youth Centre","Charity. Funding for youth work. Local authority funding cut: £46,066. Details: Received £46,066 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Start Again Project","Charity. Tailored football coaching and leadership programme for young people with mental health issues and who live within supported accommodation. Local authority funding cut: £30,000. Details: Received £30,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Stepping Stones","Charity. Funding for the Arch Project supporting children who are having emotional or behavioural difficulties, and Re:Connect education project.Local authority funding cut: £72,384. Details: Received a total of £154,001 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £72,384 in 2011/12. Re:Connect project decommissioned; Arch Project funding reduced.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Stonehouse Gang","Charity. Youth club running a variety of activities. Local authority funding cut: £20,699. Details: Received a total of £20,699 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Striding Out","Charity. Funding for Take the Lead coaching programme and Breakout Media Academy dedicated to training young offenders in digital media. Local authority funding cut: £40,000. Details: Received a total of £40,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Sutton Coldfield Sea Scouts","Charity. Royal Navy-recognised Sea Scout group. Local authority funding cut: £8,250. Details: Received £8,250 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Sutton Coldfield YMCA","Charity. Provides a high standard of safe, well managed accommodation for young people aged 18-30, and a range of activities and off site activity centres. Includes funding for youth work.Local authority funding cut: £74,135. Details: Received a total of £74,135 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Figures exclude funding that has yet to be finalised for 2011/12. Affected services decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Syconium","Charity. Provides a host of activities, training, adventure and support for young people of all ages.Local authority funding cut: £13,000. Details: Received £13,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Talking Drums","Charity. Social enterprise specialing in personal development workshops. Funding for activities with young offenders. Local authority funding cut: £15,000. Details: Received £15,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Figures exclude funding that has yet to be finalised for 2011/12. Affected service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Urban Devotion Birmingham","Charity. Works with children, teenagers, young adults and families through a range of activities designed to serve their needs and realise their potential. Funding for business development coordinator.Local authority funding cut: £29,258. Details: Received £29,258 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Wheels Project","Charity. Funding for youth work. Local authority funding cut: £16,235. Details: Received £95,241 in 2010/11; cut by £16,235 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Worth Unlimited","Charity. Christian youth work agency. Includes funding for community toolkit development. Local authority funding cut: £47,119. Details: Received a total of £47,119 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Excludes WNF pilot project funding.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "YMCA Northfield","Charity. Funding for youth work. Local authority funding cut: £24,050. Details: Received £24,050 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Young Vibes","Charity. Works to provide all young people aged 13-19 in Birmingham with a range of opportunities, enhancing their personal, social and educative development and sense of identity.Local authority funding cut: £42,000. Details: Received £42,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Action for Children","Charity. Supports vulnerable, disadvantaged and neglected children and young people.Local authority funding cut: £128,400. Details: Received a total of £323,000 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £225,700 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Children's Fund ABG and Working Neighbourhoods Fund.2011/12 figure represents six months' funding prior to re-tender of Children's Fund contract; expected full-year contract value of £194,600 used to calculate funding reduction.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Barnardo's","Charity. Incorporates a number of contracts for different services. Local authority funding cut: £376,035. Details: Received a total of £1,827,207 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £754,349 in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants and Sure Start funding.Figures exclude contracts to be re-tendered at an unknown value, and contracts replaced by spot purchasing. 2011/12 figure represents six months' and nine months' funding prior to re-tender; expected full-year contract values used to calculate funding reduction.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Communities Youth Vision","Charity. Aims to support the development and promote the wellbeing of young refugees. Local authority funding cut: £2,930. Details: Received £14,290 in 2010/11; cut by £8,610 in 2011/12 following cuts to Positive Activities for Young People ABG.2011/12 figure represents six months' funding prior to re-tender; expected full-year contract value of £11,360 used to calculate funding reduction.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Open Heaven Church","Charity. Community engagement work with children and young people. Local authority funding cut: £4,454. Details: Received £19,654 in 2010/11; cut by £12,054 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Positive Activities for Young People ABG.2011/12 figure represents six months' funding prior to re-tender; expected full-year contract value of £15,200 used to calculate funding reduction.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Tipton Asian Young Women's Forum","Charity. Provides activities for young people, including sports, arts, homework club, residentials. Also provides mentoring and counselling.Local authority funding cut: £4,292. Details: Received £18,852 in 2010/11; cut by £11,572 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Positive Activities for Young People ABG.2011/12 figure represents six months' funding prior to re-tender; expected full-year contract value of £14,560 used to calculate funding reduction.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "YMCA","Charity. Includes funding for Sure Start Children's Centres and West Bromwich YMCA. Local authority funding cut: £89,834. Details: Received a total of £427,968 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £176,885 following cuts to Positive Activities for Young People ABG and Sure Start funding. 2011/12 figure represents six months' and nine months' funding prior to re-tender; expected full-year contract values used to calculate funding reduction.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Base 25","Charity. Base 25 offers a girls group that is open to young people between aged 11-16. The primary aim of this group is to build confidence, self esteem and personal awareness. The programme includes sessions on healthy eating, sexual health, healthy relationships and drug awareness.Local authority funding cut: £34,629.3. Details: Received a total of £103,956 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £34,629.30 in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund and Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","WV","","","2011","10","23", "Wolverhampton Family Information Service","Charity. Free, confidential and impartial information service for parents, carers, children and young people living in Wolverhampton.Local authority funding cut: £12,786.5. Details: Received a total of £170,106 in 2010/11; cut by £12,786.50 in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","WV","","","2011","10","23", "Action for Children","Charity. Action for Children supports and speaks out for the most vulnerable, disadvantaged and neglected children and young people.Local authority funding cut: £497,533. Details: Received a total of £910,693 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £497,533 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Athersley Cares","Charity. The project covers Athersley, New Lodge and the Smithies area and provides educational, vocational and recreational activities for young people and young families.Local authority funding cut: £12,500. Details: Received £37,500 in 2010/11; cut by £12,500 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Barnardo's","Charity. Includes base budget funding, the Junction Project, Breaking Down Barriers, and various Area Based Grants.Local authority funding cut: £185,125. Details: Received a total of £385,771 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £185,125 in 2011/12. Funding cut primarily due to cuts to Area Based Grants. Base budget funding largely maintained. Junction Project funding slightly increased.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Family Action Barnsley","Charity. Provider of services to disadvantaged and socially isolated families. Local authority funding cut: £85,361. Details: Received a total of £185,361 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £85,361 in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Grimethorpe Action Zone","Charity. Project caters for young people and operates a drop in service, youth clubs, and an active youth group. The project also works with young people to enable them to gain ASDAN qualifications (non-academic subjects) and takes referrals from the Youth Offending Team.Local authority funding cut: £12,500. Details: Received £37,500 in 2010/11; cut by £12,500 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "NSPCC","Charity. Children's charity working to stamp out child abuse. Local authority funding cut: £76,590. Details: Received £76,590 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Safe at Last","Charity. Charity working with and on behalf of young people at risk through running away. Local authority funding cut: £9,270. Details: Received £9,270 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Home-Start","Charity. Funding to set up a Home-Start family support group. Local authority funding cut: £25,000. Details: Received £85,000 in 2010/11; cut by £25,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","YO","","","2011","10","23", "North Yorkshire Youth","Charity. Affected funding is to provide leisure opportunity grants to voluntary youth organisations. Local authority funding cut: £20,000. Details: Received a total of £170,000 in 2010/11; cut by £20,000 in 2011/12. Funding for leisure opportunity grants ended; other funding unaffected.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","YO","","","2011","10","23", "NSPCC","Charity. Prevention and securing early interventions to avoid targeted and specialist provision later in a child's life. Funding for Almond Tree and Selby family support. Local authority funding cut: £124,000. Details: Received a total of £190,000 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £124,000 in 2011/12. Funding for Almond Tree reduced; funding for Selby family support ended.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","YO","","","2011","10","23", "PLA","Charity. Funding for work to improve the quality of provision, access for families and children, and sustainability of Stay and Play groups under the Children's Centre umbrella.Local authority funding cut: £82,500. Details: Received £82,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","YO","","","2011","10","23", "Ripon CVS","Charity. Funding for family support activities at Children's Centres. Local authority funding cut: £16,500. Details: Received £16,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","YO","","","2011","10","23", "Al-Muneera","Charity. Voluntary organisation that works with BME children. Local authority funding cut: £40,000. Details: Received £40,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Children's Fund ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Barnardo's","Charity. Safe and Sound project - carried out with whole class groups in primary schools, awareness raising training to professionals and safe care work with parents and carers when there are concerns about sexual behaviour.Local authority funding cut: £32,000. Details: Received £32,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Children's Fund ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Kites","Charity. Family support service that offers support and guidance to families with children under the age of 13. Local authority funding cut: £20,000. Details: Received £20,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Children's Fund ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Safe@Last","Charity. Works with and on behalf of young people at risk through running away. Local authority funding cut: £60,000. Details: Received £60,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Children's Fund ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Action for Children","Charity. Core Surestart offer and childcare grant. Local authority funding cut: £293,317.35. Details: Received a total of £1,955,449 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £293,317.35 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Appletree Childcare (Sheffield) Ltd","Charity. Provision of day care and pre-school activities for children. Runs Appletree nursery. Local authority funding cut: £1,169.25. Details: Received £7,795 in 2010/11; cut by £1,169.25 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Arbouthorne Tiddleywinks","Charity. Community nursery offering year-round provision. Local authority funding cut: £19,613.7. Details: Received £130,758 in 2010/11; cut by £19,613.70 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Burton Street Project","Charity. Community organisation. Funding for special needs inclusion playcare services, short breaks, and other day time activities.Local authority funding cut: £3,471.85. Details: Received a total of £29,372.85 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £3,471.85 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Chilypep","Charity. Works alongside children and young people aged 0-25 to find fun and creative ways of involving them in the decisions that affect their lives. Local authority funding cut: £72,726.45. Details: Received £146,969.45 in 2010/11; cut by £72,726.45 in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Community Legal Advice Service","Charity. Core Surestart offer. Local authority funding cut: £52,773.9. Details: Received £351,826 in 2010/11; cut by £52,773.90 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Crossroads","Charity. Individual support service to carers and families in Sheffield. Funded under special needs inclusion playcare services and short breaks. Funding for carers support, sitting service, and emergency planning and support.Local authority funding cut: £58,475.43. Details: Received a total of £298,900 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £58,475.43 in 2011/12. No funding for emergency planning and support in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Darnall Community Nursery","Charity. Nursery. Member of Voluntary Action Sheffield. Local authority funding cut: £11,724.6. Details: Received £78,164 in 2010/11; cut by £11,724.60 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Darnall Outreach Play","Charity. Funding for Darnall Wellbeing. Local authority funding cut: £17,070. Details: Received £20,610 in 2010/11; cut by £17,070 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Dickory Dock Nursery","Charity. Independent nursery. Registered charity. Local authority funding cut: £3,340.65. Details: Received £22,271 in 2010/11; cut by £3,340.65 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Ellesmere Children's Centre","Charity. Independent nursery. Registered charity. Local authority funding cut: £15,919.35. Details: Received £106,129 in 2010/11; cut by £15,919.35 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "El-Nisah","Charity. Funding for the Firvale Yemeni Centre Childcare Project, run by El-Nisah, a voluntary organisation working with Arabic speaking women in Sheffield. The project provides crèche support services for parents attending training courses at the centre.Local authority funding cut: £8,179.8. Details: Received £54,532 in 2010/11; cut by £8,179.80 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Family Action","Charity. Core Surestart offer. Local authority funding cut: £23,100. Details: Received £154,000 in 2010/11; cut by £23,100 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Friends of Bents Green School","Charity. Promotes the care and lifeling learning, and reduces the social isolation, of young people with communication and interaction disorders who may have learning disabilities or associated mental health diffiiculties. Funded under special needs inclusion playcare services.Local authority funding cut: £4,018.95. Details: Received £21,963.95 in 2010/11; cut by £4,018.95 in 2011/12 following cuts to Aiming High.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Handsworth Community Nursery","Charity. Independent nursery in Handsworth. Local authority funding cut: £16,579.2. Details: Received £110,528 in 2010/11; cut by £16,579.20 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Heeley City Farm","Charity. Farm and environmental visitor centre. Funding for special needs inclusion playcare services, and daytime activities.Local authority funding cut: £88,603.55. Details: Received a total of £156,876.49 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £88,603.55 in 2011/12 following cuts to Aiming High.Majority of the funding reduction is due to cuts to Aiming High. Funding for the special needs inclusion playcare services has ceased in 2011/12. Excludes Support Fund, Vocational Skills Programme and Future:Framework Provision, which have yet to be allocated for 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Heeley Development Trust","Charity. Community anchor organisation working to make Heeley a better place to live. Funded under special needs inclusion playcare services. Local authority funding cut: £13,596.58. Details: Received £13,596.58 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Aiming High.Excludes Vocational Skills Programme, which has yet to be allocated for 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Home-Start Sheffield","Charity. Supports parents with at least one child under 5 who are dealing with issues such as isolation, sickness, disability and mental health. Funded under special needs inclusion playcare services.Local authority funding cut: £75,146.27. Details: Received £88,791.27 in 2010/11; cut by £75,146.27 in 2011/12 following cuts to Aiming High.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Manor & Castle Development Trust","Charity. Core Surestart offer and childcare grant. Local authority funding cut: £82,593.3. Details: Received a total of £550,622 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £82,593.30 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Manor Community Childcare","Charity. Purpose built childcare centre located in Sheffield. Local authority funding cut: £14,512.2. Details: Received £96,748 in 2010/11; cut by £14,512.20 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "MASKK","Charity. Small not for profit organisation working to provide affordable and quality childcare to help enable parents to return to work or seek further training. Funded under special needs inclusion playcare services. Local authority funding cut: £5,661.7. Details: Received £8,568.70 in 2010/11; cut by £5,661.70 in 2011/12 following cuts to Aiming High.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Middlewood Winners","Charity. Independent nursery. Registered charity. Local authority funding cut: £12,672. Details: Received £84,480 in 2010/11; cut by £12,672 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "NSPCC","Charity. Children's charity working to stamp out child abuse. Local authority funding cut: £13,049.85. Details: Received £119,427.85 in 2010/11; cut by £13,049.85 in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Nurture Group Network","Charity. Umbrella organisation for nurture groups. Local authority funding cut: £3,350. Details: Received £8,350 in 2010/11; cut by £3,350 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Osborne House Community Nursery Ltd","Charity. Independent nursery. Registered charity. Local authority funding cut: £3,068.55. Details: Received £20,457 in 2010/11; cut by £3,068.55 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Pit Stop","Charity. Youth project. Local authority funding cut: £5,070. Details: Received £5,070 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Pre-School Learning Alliance","Charity. Core Surestart offer, including special education needs and learning disabilities and difficulties.Local authority funding cut: £84,079.55. Details: Received a total of £357,179 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £84,079.55 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Ray of Hope","Charity. Support group based in North Sheffield for families of children with any kind of special needs. Local authority funding cut: £38,536.52. Details: Received £38,536.52 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Aiming High. *update April 2013: Ray of Hope was funded during 2012/2013","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Sheffield Children Centre","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £15,604.5. Details: Received £104,030 in 2010/11; cut by £15,604.50 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Sheffield Community Development","Charity. Funding for core Sure Start services. Local authority funding cut: £24,851.85. Details: Received £165,679 in 2010/11; cut by £24,851.85 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Sheffield Information Link","Charity. Core Surestart offer. Local authority funding cut: £91,000.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Sheffield Out of School Network","Charity. Core Surestart offer. Local authority funding cut: £56,552.25. Details: Received £377,015 in 2010/11; cut by £56,552.25 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Sheffield Wednesday FC Community Programme","Charity. Funded under special needs inclusion playcare services. The club's community programme is a registered charity. Local authority funding cut: £36,650.83. Details: Received £36,650.83 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Aiming High.Excludes Positive Activities for Young People and Vocational Skills Programme, which have yet to be allocated for 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Sheffield YMCA","Charity. Working to improve the emotional wellbeing of young people in Sheffield. Local authority funding cut: £3,947. Details: Received £3,947 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "STEP Development Trust","Charity. Funding for Stocksbridge nursery. Local authority funding cut: £11,588.45. Details: Received £83,923 in 2010/11; cut by £11,588.45 in 2011/12.Figures account for £1,000 of new funding in 2011/12 from a separate funding stream for the nursery.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Tinsley Parents' and Children's Consortium","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £2,650. Details: Received £2,650 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants. Figures exclude funding that has yet to be distributed in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Together Trust","Charity. Provides a wide range of children's social care, special education, community support and consultancy services.Local authority funding cut: £31,338.3. Details: Received £31,338.30 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Watoto","Charity. Pre-school childcare in Burngreave. Registered charity. Local authority funding cut: £9,807.6. Details: Received £65,384 in 2010/11; cut by £9,807.60 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Woodthorpe Development Trust","Charity. Community-based regeneration organisation. Funded under special needs inclusion playcare services. Local authority funding cut: £142,386.47. Details: Received £159,665.47 in 2010/11; cut by £142,386.47 in 2011/12 following cuts to Aiming High.Excludes Positive Activities and Positive Activities for Young People, which have yet to be allocated for 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Youth Association South Yorkshire","Charity. Runs various youth projects around skills, employment, arts and health.Local authority funding cut: £407,121.54. Details: Received £408,371.54 in 2010/11; cut by £407,121.54 in 2011/12.Excludes Support Fund, Positive Activities for Young People, Vocational Skills Programme and Future:Framework Provision, all of which have yet to be allocated for 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Community Action Blaby District","Charity. Administers the Neighbourhood Action Team. Funded through an allocation from Leicestershire County Council. Local authority funding cut: £20,000. Details: Received £20,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following the end of two-year funding.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","LE","","","2011","10","23", "Bolsover Countryside Partnership","Charity. Works to conserve and enhance rural facilities. Local authority funding cut: £2,300. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; cut by £2,300 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Rural Action Derbyshire","Charity. County-wide organisation supporting people in rural communities, villages and market towns. Local authority funding cut: £4,786. Details: Received a total of £56,690 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £4,786 in 2010/11.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Rural Action Derbyshire","Charity. Rural Action Derbyshire aims to improve the life of those living and working in rural Derbyshire, supporting rural community development, addressing rural disadvantage and improving access to services for people living in rural communities. The funding contributes towards a rural fieldworker post. Local authority funding cut: £2,000. Details: Received £4,000 in 2010/11; cut by £2,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DE","","","2011","10","23", "Nottinghamshire Rural Community Council","Charity. Works to support rural communities. Local authority funding cut: £1,000. Details: Received £11,500 in 2010/11; cut by £1,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Castle Donington VC","Charity. Gardening, paired reading, self help groups. Local authority funding cut: £2,170. Details: Received £2,170 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","LE","","","2011","10","23", "Community Action Blaby District","Charity. Mental health drop in and befriending service, and community self-help groups. Local authority funding cut: £37,484. Details: Received a total of £115,906 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £37,484 in 2011/12. Mental health funding reduced; community self-help groups funding cancelled.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","LE","","","2011","10","23", "Fearon Hall, Loughborough","Charity. Provision of community activities via community centre, rental for theatre (Charnwood Arts) and 50 percent contribution towards utility costs. Local authority funding cut: £10,553. Details: Received a total of £42,210 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £10,553 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","LE","","","2011","10","23", "Gorse Covert, Loughborough","Charity. Provision of community activities via community centre. Local authority funding cut: £10,168. Details: Received £40,670 in 2010/11; cut by £10,168 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","LE","","","2011","10","23", "Hinckley Westfield","Charity. Provision of community activities via community centre. Local authority funding cut: £34,750. Details: Received £139,000 in 2010/11; cut by £34,750 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","LE","","","2011","10","23", "Hugglescote, Ellistown and Snibston","Charity. Provision of community activities via community centre. Local authority funding cut: £3,415. Details: Received £13,660 in 2010/11; cut by £3,415 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","LE","","","2011","10","23", "Lutterworth VC","Charity. Self help groups, education support, mental health befriending scheme. Local authority funding cut: £14,111. Details: Received a total of £14,111 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","LE","","","2011","10","23", "Marlene Reid Centre","Charity. Supported voluntary work opportunities, self-help groups and money advice. Local authority funding cut: £46,963. Details: Received a total of £104,573 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £46,963 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","LE","","","2011","10","23", "Moira Replan","Charity. Provision of community activities via community centre. Local authority funding cut: £2,705. Details: Received £10,820 in 2010/11; cut by £2,705 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","LE","","","2011","10","23", "Rural Community Council","Charity. Works to support rural communities. Local authority funding cut: £7,920. Details: Received £44,000 in 2010/11; cut by £7,920 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","LE","","","2011","10","23", "Shree Ram Krishna, Loughborough","Charity. Provision of community activities via community centre, and under-8s project - BME training to early learning and childcare providers in Charnwood area.Local authority funding cut: £29,307. Details: Received a total of £47,314 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £29,307 in 2011/12. Community centre funding reduced; under-8s project funding ended.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","LE","","","2011","10","23", "Sikh Centre, Loughborough","Charity. Provision of community activities via community centre. Local authority funding cut: £1,205. Details: Received £4,820 in 2010/11; cut by £1,205 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","LE","","","2011","10","23", "Sir John Sedley, Wymondham","Charity. Provision of community activities via community centre. Local authority funding cut: £5,760. Details: Received £5,760 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","LE","","","2011","10","23", "St Peters, Loughborough","Charity. Provision of community activities via community centre. Local authority funding cut: £6,270. Details: Received £25,080 in 2010/11; cut by £6,270 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","LE","","","2011","10","23", "Syston Volunteer Centre","Charity. Befriending, shopping, wheelchair hire.Local authority funding cut: £5,803. Details: Received £5,803 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","LE","","","2011","10","23", "Voluntary Action Charnwood","Charity. Gardening project offering social and therapeutic horticulture and training, and community safer sex project.Local authority funding cut: £37,120. Details: Received a total of £67,120 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £37,120 in 2011/12. Funding for safer sex project reduced; funding for gardening project cancelled.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","LE","","","2011","10","23", "Voluntary Action Melton","Charity. Befriending service provided by volunteers who visit an isolated or lonely older person or person with disabilities in his/her own home and provide friendship, company and support.Local authority funding cut: £21,334. Details: Received £21,334 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","LE","","","2011","10","23", "Rural Community Council","Charity. Aims to support those who live and work in rural areas. Involved in a number of projects. Local authority funding cut: £4,300. Details: Received £4,300 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","LE","","","2011","10","23", "ACRE","Charity. Rural Community Council for Northants. Aims to help enhance the quality of life for people living in rural areas, particularly those disadvantaged through lack of access to services, and to support and advise rural communities and community groups.Local authority funding cut: £15,000. Details: Received a total of £20,000 in 2010/11; cut by £15,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Inspiration FM","Charity. Community radio project. Support to develop fundraising strategy. Local authority funding cut: £8,500. Details: Received £8,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "The Hope Project","Charity. Project to transform a disused community building in the Hemmingwell ward into a skills centre. Local authority funding cut: £16,253. Details: Received £27,253 in 2010/11; cut by £16,253 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Community Catalysts","Charity. Aims to make sure that people have real choice of local social care, health services and other community resources.Local authority funding cut: £79,310. Details: Received £79,310 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Hindu Temple (Carlton)","Charity. ,Local authority funding cut: £500,. Details: Received £500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Indian Community Centre Association","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £7,000. Details: Received £7,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Keyworth & District Community Concern Trust","Charity. ,Local authority funding cut: £680,. Details: Received £680 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Kingsway Community Project","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £14,565. Details: Received a total of £27,065 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £14,565 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Nottinghamshire Chinese Community Association","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £1,290. Details: Received £1,290 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Nottinghamshire Vietnamese Community Project","Charity. Caters for the needs of the local Vietnamese community.,Local authority funding cut: £260,. Details: Received £260 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Retford Action Centre","Charity. Funding for First Contact singposting scheme, community outreach adviser, and housing choice worker.Local authority funding cut: £78,665. Details: Received a total of £87,665 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £78,665 in 2011/12. Figures exclude community transport funding.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Rural Community Action Nottinghamshire","Charity. Rural development specialist organisation working accross Nottinghamshire. Local authority funding cut: £71,780. Details: Received a total of £85,780 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £71,780 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Westwood URC Lunch Club","Charity. Weekly open lunch.,Local authority funding cut: £215,. Details: Received £215 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Community Spirit","Charity. The aim of the project is to reach out to vulnerable and isolated people who are not already being helped by the county council or voluntary sector services and who do not have any close family support. Local authority funding cut: £65,880. Details: Received £65,880 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","LE","","","2011","10","23", "Bedford Rural Community Charity","Charity. Voluntary body working to support people living in rural areas and deal with countryside issues. Local authority funding cut: £5,378. Details: Received a total of £63,780 in 2010/11; cut by £5,378 in 2011/12.Figures exclude £9,845 of 2010/11 funding that the charity did not request in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","MK","","","2011","10","23", "Keystone Development Trust","Charity. Delivers a diverse range of projects and services responsive to the needs of the local community. Local authority funding cut: £46,385. Details: Received a total of £46,385 as rate relief in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NR","","","2011","10","23", "Norfolk Rural Community Council","Charity. Provides and develops a range of services that meet the needs of communities. Lobbies on rural issues providing a voice for the local communities of Norfolk. Local authority funding cut: £5,600. Details: Received £5,600 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NR","","","2011","10","23", "Rosmini Centre Wisbech","Charity. The centre provides a range of services to meet the needs of the local community. Local authority funding cut: £30,000. Details: Received £30,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Investing in Communities programme funded by EEDA.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CB","","","2011","10","23", "Bedfordshire Rural Communities Charity","Charity. Core funding to support rural communities across Central Bedfordshire; funding to support community groups develop Parish Plans; funding for work to support Houghton Regis Council develop their Town Plan; funding to support the management of the RDPE programme & provide data & intelligence to inform the Local Economic Assessment. Local authority funding cut: £43,702. Details: Received a total of £76,024 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £43,702 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Rural Community Council for Essex","Charity. RCCE (Rural Community Council of Essex) is an independent charity helping people and communities throughout rural Essex build a sustainable future. Local authority funding cut: £11,900. Details: Received £11,900 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CM","","","2011","10","23", "Norfolk Rural Community Council","Charity. Provides and develops a range of services that meet the needs of communities. Lobbies on rural issues providing a voice for the local communities of Norfolk. Local authority funding cut: £54,618Funding will be maintained at £54,618 in 2011/12, but will be cut by £27,309 in 2012/13 and a further £27,309 in 2013/14.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NR","","","2011","10","23", "19 - The Coffee House","Charity. Run by Cambourne Church. Local authority funding cut: £1,000. Details: Received £1,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 due to scrapping of Local Strategic Partnership project grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CB","","","2011","10","23", "Cambridgeshire ACRE","Charity. Rural community council. Works alongside communities through a wide range of programmes designed to target specific rural issues or specific community needs. Local authority funding cut: £11,237.75. Details: Received £11,237.75 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CB","","","2011","10","23", "Cambridgeshire and District Community Mediation Service","Charity. Provides mediation in neighbour and workplace disputes and to young people and their families.,Local authority funding cut: £500,. Details: Received £500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 due to scrapping of Local Strategic Partnership project grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CB","","","2011","10","23", "Elsworth Community Shop Association","Charity. Industrial and provident society dedicated to the provision of a community shop for our village. Local authority funding cut: £1,000. Details: Received £1,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 due to scrapping of Local Strategic Partnership project grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CB","","","2011","10","23", "Willingham Action Group","Charity. Aims to improve the quality of life for the residents of Willingham by seeking the implementation of the Willingham Parish Plan. Local authority funding cut: £1,000. Details: Received £1,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 due to scrapping of Local Strategic Partnership project grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CB","","","2011","10","23", "Southgate Community Centre","Charity. Large well lit hall plus two smaller rooms. Local authority funding cut: £4,450. Details: Received £4,450 plus rent in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","IP","","","2011","10","23", "Bedwell Community Association","Charity. Runs Bedwell Community Centre. Funded to support local groups, offer a variety of activities to all cultures, and work with North Hertfordshire College to offer the local community various courses locally and at affordable costs.Local authority funding cut: £1,890. Details: Received £15,120 in 2010/11; cut by £1,890 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Chells Community Association","Charity. Runs Timebridge Community Centre. Local authority funding cut: £1,300. Details: Received £10,395 in 2010/11; cut by £1,300 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Chells Manor Community Association","Charity. Funded to work with St Pancras Housing, who uses the community centre for youth-based activities, and to support the council with playschemes at the centre.Local authority funding cut: £1,300. Details: Received £10,395 in 2010/11; cut by £1,300 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Hertford Road Community Association","Charity. Runs Hertford Road Community Centre. Local authority funding cut: £1,300. Details: Received £10,395 in 2010/11; cut by £1,300 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Old Stevenage Community Association","Charity. Runs Springfield House Community Centre, which hosts the Springfield playgroup, Springfield luncheon club for over-60s, the Stevenage Arts Society and a number of other organisations' meetings and groups.Local authority funding cut: £1,535. Details: Received £12,285 in 2010/11; cut by £1,535 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Oval Community Association","Charity. Runs Oval Community Centre, including the Busy Bees pre-school service.Local authority funding cut: £1,655. Details: Received £13,230 in 2010/11; cut by £1,655 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Pin Green Community Association","Charity. Runs Pin Green Community Centre. Local authority funding cut: £1,300. Details: Received £10,395 in 2010/11; cut by £1,300 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "St Nicholas Community Association","Charity. Runs a community centre. Local authority funding cut: £1,890. Details: Received £15,120 in 2010/11; cut by £1,890 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Symonds Green Community Association","Charity. Runs Symonds Green Community Centre. Offers a range of activities from three separate locations. Local authority funding cut: £2,015. Details: Received £16,065 in 2010/11; cut by £2,015 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "New Barnet Community Association","Charity. Community association. Local authority funding cut: £2,522. Details: Received £19,400 in 2010/11; cut by £2,522 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","N","","","2011","10","23", "Community Links Bromley","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £2,000. Details: Received £2,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Excludes one-off funding in 2010/11.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BR","","","2011","10","23", "Community Options","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £1,700. Details: Received £1,700 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BR","","","2011","10","23", "Harrow African-Caribbean Association (HACAS)","Charity. Funding for luncheon club and activity day centre. Local authority funding cut: £6,250. Details: Received £6,732 in 2010/11; cut by £6,482 in 2011/12.2011/12 funding represents one month payment for April 2011. Charity requested £6,500 in 2011/12; this figure has been used to calculate the funding reduction.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","HA","","","2011","10","23", "Harrow Kuwaiti Community Association","Charity. Integration project for the Kuwaiti Bidoon community in Harrow. Local authority funding cut: £2,262. Details: Received £2,468 in 2010/11; cut by £2,262 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents one month payment for April 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","HA","","","2011","10","23", "Harrow Tamil Association","Charity. Funding for day centre. Local authority funding cut: £1,915. Details: Received £2,040 in 2010/11; cut by £1,915 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents one month payment for April 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","HA","","","2011","10","23", "I Serve","Charity. Integration and community cohesion project. Local authority funding cut: £17,083. Details: Received £18,636 in 2010/11; cut by £17,083 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents one month payment for April 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","HA","","","2011","10","23", "Somali Cultural & Educational Association (SCEA)","Charity. Funding for SCEA volunteers programme. Local authority funding cut: £3,125. Details: Received £3,409 in 2010/11; cut by £3,125 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents one month payment for April 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","HA","","","2011","10","23", "Hillingdon Asian Women's Group","Charity. Provides education and training as well as advice and support to Asian women in the borough. Skills training include classroom assistant, employment skills, IT and customer services. Activities include health workshops, personal development, information drop in and cultural activities. Receives referrals from various quarters primarily around domestic violence.Local authority funding cut: £7,900. Details: Received £7,900 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","UB","","","2011","10","23", "Hillingdon Federation of Community Associations","Charity. Provides a small grants programme to 21 community associations in the borough for the improvement of community centres. In addition, it provides information and guidance on legislative and policy issues concerning the management of centres.Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Details: Received £20,000 in 2010/11; cut by £5,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","UB","","","2011","10","23", "Hillingdon Somali Women's Group","Charity. Provides IT, employment and ESOL courses primarily to Somali women. Advice and drop-in for interpretation etc is open weekly and school support and activities are targeted at Somali young people and families.Local authority funding cut: £19,500. Details: Received £19,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","UB","","","2011","10","23", "Aston-Mansfield","Charity. 2nd tier services to promote & develop effective approaches to muslim youth engagement. Local authority funding cut: £20,905.63. Details: Received £33,449 in 2010/11; cut by £20,905.63 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Muslim Aid","Charity. 2nd tier services to promote & develop effective approaches to muslim youth engagement. Local authority funding cut: £89,087.5. Details: Received £142,540 in 2010/11; cut by £89,087.50 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Muslim Youth Helpline","Charity. 2nd tier services to promote & develop effective approaches to muslim youth engagement. Local authority funding cut: £46,256.88. Details: Received £74,011 in 2010/11; cut by £46,256.88 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Women's Design Service","Charity. 2nd tier support to increase community engagement & participation in local & regional planning & policy development. Local authority funding cut: £25,000. Details: Received £40,000 in 2010/11; cut by £25,000 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "South London Tamil Welfare Group","Charity. Provides advice and support services, community development services, and older people support services. Also active in employment and training.Local authority funding cut: £9,382.66. Details: Received £9,382.66 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SW","","","2011","10","23", "St Mark's Family Centre","Charity. Key areas of work are children and families, older adults, mental health, adult/community learning, advice, support and advocacy, and healthy living.Local authority funding cut: £40,096.66. Details: Received a total of £52,276.66 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £40,096.66 in 2011/12.Among the affected schemes are the Easy Cook project and family workshops, funding for both of which has ceased in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SW","","","2011","10","23", "Wimbledon Guild","Charity. Services include lunch and activity centre, clubs for older people, care home, counselling and family therapy, and the distribution of small cash grants and donated goods.Local authority funding cut: £17,188. Details: Received £68,988 in 2010/11; cut by £17,188 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SW","","","2011","10","23", "Shpresa","Charity. Aims to improve life chances for Albanian speaking children and young people in Redbridge by providing individual and group mentoring services. Local authority funding cut: £1,573. Details: Received £13,184 in 2010/11; cut by £1,573 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","IG","","","2011","10","23", "African Heritage & Educational Centre (AHEC)","Charity. Helps people understand more about African culture and heritage through workshops and projects in local communities. Local authority funding cut: £45,000. Details: Received £60,000 in 2010/11; cut by £45,000 in 2011/12. Excludes London Councils funding in 2010/11.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Bengali International","Charity. Provides advice on a variety of matters for the community, plus Bengali language courses.Local authority funding cut: £15,560. Details: Received £15,560 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.Figures exclude £12,000 of 2010/11 funding under streams that have yet to be distributed for 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Pakistan Women's Welfare Association","Charity. Social and support group for women from the Pakistani community. Advice and information on benefits, disability, health, housing rights, education, domestic violence, racial harassment.Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Details: Received £5,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Somali Banadir Welfare Association","Charity. Translation and interpreting services for its members to access mainstream immigration, welfare, benefits, education and health services.Local authority funding cut: £2,940. Details: Received £2,940 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Somali Bravanese Action Group","Charity. Advice and information for the Somali community on benefits, immigration, education, health and employment.Local authority funding cut: £3,988. Details: Received £3,988 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "The Asian Centre Waltham Forest","Charity. Provides and facilitates development and support services for Asian communities residing in Waltham Forest. Local authority funding cut: £25,637. Details: Received £55,224 in 2010/11; cut by £25,637 in 2011/12.Figures exclude £18,100 of 2010/11 funding under streams that have yet to be distributed for 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Waltham Forest Somali Women's Association","Charity. Offers a full range of services, supporting children and adults from disadvantaged backgrounds and helping them integrate into the local community.Local authority funding cut: £8,988. Details: Received £8,988 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.Figures exclude £44,743 of 2010/11 funding under streams that have yet to be distributed for 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Waltham Forest Turkish Association","Charity. Advice for the Turkish Cypriot, Turkish and Kurdish speaking communities on welfare and education. Elders group, home visiting project, women's group, supplementary school.Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Details: Received £5,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "William Morris Community Centre Users Association","Charity. Provides accommodation, facilities and a resources base for community groups and organisations at the William Morris Community Centre.Local authority funding cut: £14,637. Details: Received £31,500 in 2010/11; cut by £14,637 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Central Residents Group","Charity. Funding for residents groups to encourage wider participation.,Local authority funding cut: £300,. Details: Received £300 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DH","","","2011","10","23", "Cornforth Partnership","Charity. The Partnership carries out capital and revenue projects and programmes aimed at the social, environmental, recreational and economic regeneration of West Cornforth.Local authority funding cut: £2,500. Details: Received £5,000 in 2010/11; cut by £2,500 in 2011/12. Grant is being phased out as this is the only Community Partnership which the council has funded post-local government reorganisation.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DH","","","2011","10","23", "County Durham Community Foundation","Charity. Manages charitable funds donated by local individuals, families, businesses and trusts, building up a source of long-term support for the community and acting as the link between donors and local needs.Local authority funding cut: £3,542. Details: Received £25,300 in 2010/11; cut by £3,542 in 2011/12. Charity appears to have significant funds still available (see entry for Darlington on By Council list).","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DH","","","2011","10","23", "Garden Farm and West Lane Residents Group","Charity. Funding for residents groups to encourage wider participation.,Local authority funding cut: £300,. Details: Received £300 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DH","","","2011","10","23", "Gay Advice Darlington & Durham","Charity. Provides a wide variety of services for the LGBT community. Local authority funding cut: £1,785. Details: Received £12,750 in 2010/11; cut by £1,785 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DH","","","2011","10","23", "Great Lumley Residents Group","Charity. Funding for residents groups to encourage wider participation.,Local authority funding cut: £300,. Details: Received £300 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DH","","","2011","10","23", "Green Lane (Spennymoor) Residents Group","Charity. Funding for residents groups to encourage wider participation.,Local authority funding cut: £200,. Details: Received £200 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DH","","","2011","10","23", "Greenways (Spennymoor) Residents Group","Charity. Funding for residents groups to encourage wider participation.,Local authority funding cut: £200,. Details: Received £200 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DH","","","2011","10","23", "Newfield and Pelton Lane Ends Residents Group","Charity. Funding for residents groups to encourage wider participation.,Local authority funding cut: £300,. Details: Received £300 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DH","","","2011","10","23", "North End Residents Group","Charity. Funding for residents groups to encourage wider participation.,Local authority funding cut: £300,. Details: Received £300 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DH","","","2011","10","23", "North Lodge Residents Group","Charity. Funding for residents groups to encourage wider participation.,Local authority funding cut: £300,. Details: Received £300 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DH","","","2011","10","23", "Ousten Villagers Association","Charity. Funding for residents groups to encourage wider participation.,Local authority funding cut: £300,. Details: Received £300 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DH","","","2011","10","23", "Pelton Residents Group","Charity. Funding for residents groups to encourage wider participation.,Local authority funding cut: £300,. Details: Received £300 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DH","","","2011","10","23", "Perkinsville Residents Group","Charity. Funding for residents groups to encourage wider participation.,Local authority funding cut: £300,. Details: Received £300 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DH","","","2011","10","23", "Riverside Residents Group","Charity. Funding for residents groups to encourage wider participation.,Local authority funding cut: £300,. Details: Received £300 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DH","","","2011","10","23", "South Pelaw Residents Group","Charity. Funding for residents groups to encourage wider participation.,Local authority funding cut: £300,. Details: Received £300 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DH","","","2011","10","23", "Urpeth Residents Group","Charity. Funding for residents groups to encourage wider participation.,Local authority funding cut: £300,. Details: Received £300 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DH","","","2011","10","23", "Waldridge Residents Group","Charity. Funding for residents groups to encourage wider participation.,Local authority funding cut: £300,. Details: Received £300 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DH","","","2011","10","23", "West Pelton and High Hold Residents Group","Charity. Funding for residents groups to encourage wider participation.,Local authority funding cut: £300,. Details: Received £300 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DH","","","2011","10","23", "Area Training and Activity Centre","Charity. Community Forum hosting. Local authority funding cut: £1,711. Details: Received £1,711 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NE","","","2011","10","23", "Bellingham Community Trust","Charity. Community Forum hosting. Local authority funding cut: £2,823. Details: Received £2,823 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NE","","","2011","10","23", "Blyth Valley CVA","Charity. Community Forum hosting. Local authority funding cut: £5,646. Details: Received £5,646 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NE","","","2011","10","23", "East Tynedale Community Forum","Charity. Community Forum hosting. Local authority funding cut: £2,823. Details: Received £2,823 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NE","","","2011","10","23", "Glendale Gateway Trust","Charity. Community Forum hosting. Local authority funding cut: £2,823. Details: Received £2,823 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NE","","","2011","10","23", "Knaresale with Kirkhaugh Community Association","Charity. Community Forum hosting.,Local authority funding cut: £200,. Details: Received £200 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NE","","","2011","10","23", "Mid Tyne Community Trust","Charity. Community Forum hosting. Local authority funding cut: £2,823. Details: Received £2,823 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NE","","","2011","10","23", "Morpeth Disability Association","Charity. Community Forum hosting. Local authority funding cut: £2,823. Details: Received £2,823 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NE","","","2011","10","23", "Seahouses Youth Project","Charity. Community Forum hosting. Local authority funding cut: £2,823. Details: Received £2,823 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NE","","","2011","10","23", "Seaton Valley Community Council","Charity. Community Forum hosting. Local authority funding cut: £2,823. Details: Received £2,823 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NE","","","2011","10","23", "St James Church Centre","Charity. Community Forum hosting.,Local authority funding cut: £286,. Details: Received £286 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NE","","","2011","10","23", "Wansbeck CVS","Charity. Community Forum hosting. Local authority funding cut: £16,938. Details: Received £16,938 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NE","","","2011","10","23", "Tees Valley Women's Centre","Charity. Grassroots venture providing education opportunities and recourses, access to employment and enterprise opportunities, and a drop in facility to tackle the social, community and economic issues of women across the Tees Valley area, regardless of race, colour, gender orientation and disabilities.Local authority funding cut: £30,217.5. Details: Received a total of £37,342.50 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £30,217.50 in 2011/12. Six-month transitional/review funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TS","","","2011","10","23", "Blackburn Churches Action","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £22,550. Details: Received £22,550 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Churches Together","Charity. Work relating to fathers. Local authority funding cut: £39,885. Details: Received £39,885 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "East Lancashire Community Action Project","Charity. Based in Nelson, runs a number of projects.Local authority funding cut: £8,487.82. Details: Received £19,243.91 in 2010/11; cut by £8,487.82 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Future Jobs Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Jinnah","Charity. Local development agency based in Burnley, aiming to improve race relations and help individuals and groups to participate in various community development issues.Local authority funding cut: £60,357.18. Details: Received £60,357.18 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Future Jobs Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Lancashire Council of Mosques","Charity. Includes funding for a fathers worker. Local authority funding cut: £74,748. Details: Received a total of £74,748 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "North Turton Welfare Committee","Charity. ,Local authority funding cut: £950,. Details: Received £950 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Bolton Council of Mosques","Charity. Provides leadership for the Muslim community and delivers a range of projects to support the council’s work around community cohesion. Local authority funding cut: £153,000. Details: Received £293,000 in 2010/11; cut by £153,000 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Preventing Violent Extremism and Working Neighbourhoods Fund ABGs. These figures include Preventing Violent Extremism funding as a like-for-like comparison between 2010/11 and 2011/12 is not possible without it.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "Bolton FM","Charity. Community radio station; also provides volunteering opportunities for local people. Local authority funding cut: £7,741. Details: Received £37,741 in 2010/11; cut by £7,741 in 2011/12.2011/12 funding includes £10,000 one-off transitional funding to allow the charity to secure greater commercial income.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "Bolton Interfaith Council","Charity. Delivers a range of projects that support the council’s priority of community cohesion. Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Details: Received £35,000 in 2010/11; cut by £5,000 in 2011/12 due to cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund..","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "Church Leader's Forum","Charity. Provides leadership for the Christian community and delivers a range of projects to support the council’s work around community cohesion. Local authority funding cut: £8,000. Details: Received £53,000 in 2010/11; cut by £8,000 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "Hindu Forum","Charity. Provides leadership for the Hindu community and delivers a range of projects to support the council’s work around community cohesion. Local authority funding cut: £8,000. Details: Received £53,000 in 2010/11; cut by £8,000 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "Building Bridges in Burnley","Charity. Interfaith organisation created after 2001 disturbances to enhance awareness and understanding between different faith groups. Local authority funding cut: £45,000. Details: Received £45,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 due to cuts to Community Cohesion ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Burnley Council of Mosques","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £10,500. Details: Received £10,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 due to cuts to Community Cohesion ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Thursby Gardens Community Centre","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £5,070. Details: Received £5,070 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 cur to cuts to Community Cohesion ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Carlisle Diocesan Board of Finance","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £1,926. Details: Received £1,926 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CA","","","2011","10","23", "Morton Community Centre","Charity. Community centre. Local authority funding cut: £27,616. Details: Received £79,016 in 2010/11; cut by £27,616 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CA","","","2011","10","23", "Cheshire Community Action","Charity. Local charity committed to providing funding, advice and support for projects designed to protect and enhance the rural, and increasingly the urban, communities of Cheshire.Local authority funding cut: £25,695. Details: Received a total of £89,099 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £25,695 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CW","","","2011","10","23", "Coppice Community Centre","Charity. Funding for NEET re-engagement. Local authority funding cut: £6,000. Details: Received £6,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Coppice Neighbourhood Group","Charity. Offers free advice and information on welfare benefits, housing, health and basic immigration and nationality issues.Local authority funding cut: £11,000. Details: Received £43,500 in 2010/11; cut by £11,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Indian Advice Centre","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Details: Received £5,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Interfaith Forum","Charity. Faith-related cohesion work. Local authority funding cut: £45,500. Details: Received £75,500 in 2010/11; cut by £45,500 in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "St Mark's Centre","Charity. Community centre. Local authority funding cut: £5,800. Details: Received £5,800 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Werneth and Freehold Community Development Project","Charity. Set up to meet the needs of the people in the Freehold area of Werneth. Runs advice surgeries, groups for education and leisure, and GCSE homework clubs.Local authority funding cut: £28,788. Details: Received a total of £61,288 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £28,788 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Building Bridges","Charity. Promoting community cohesion in Pendle through interfaith education and multi-faith events. Local authority funding cut: £58,350. Details: Received £58,350 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Community Cohesion ABG. Excludes Preventing Violent Extremism funding.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "British Asian Girls Group","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £13,076. Details: Received £13,076 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Kashmir Youth Project","Charity. Independent charity dedicated to the development and economic regeneration of the local community. Local authority funding cut: £53,847.6. Details: Received a total of £170,647.60 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £53,847.60 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Multicultural Resource Centre","Charity. Exists to develop community cohesion and racial harmony. Local authority funding cut: £3,852. Details: Received £3,852 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Mustafa Islamic Centre","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £11,835. Details: Received £11,835 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "North Area Partnership","Charity. Community organisation for North Rochdale. Local authority funding cut: £36,000. Details: Received £36,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Sparth Community Centre","Charity. Small, multicultural community centre located just outside the centre of Rochdale. Local authority funding cut: £400. Details: Received £400 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Bedford Road Community Centre","Charity. Enabling local people to access employment opportunities. Improving health and wellbeing. Improving areas that people live in and ensuring they can access opportunities. Running costs. Local authority funding cut: £1,833. Details: Received £2,000 in 2010/11; cut by £1,833 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","L","","","2011","10","23", "Community Foundation for Merseyside","Charity. Funding to enhance grants to voluntary organisations. Local authority funding cut: £23,016. Details: Received £25,108 in 2010/11; cut by £23,016 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","L","","","2011","10","23", "Linacre Methodist Mission","Charity. Funding for running costs. Local authority funding cut: £4,583. Details: Received £5,000 in 2010/11; cut by £4,583 in 2011/12.Service decommissioned as deliverer will be able to draw on other resources"".""","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","L","","","2011","10","23", "Queens Road Neighbourhood Centre","Charity. Funding for running costs and after school provision of child care. Local authority funding cut: £43,084. Details: Received a total of £47,000 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £43,084 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund. Funding reduction mainly due to cuts to WNF.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","L","","","2011","10","23", "Ashford Community Network","Charity. Family of networks’ bringing together key voluntary organisations and community leaders from across the borough. Local authority funding cut: £2,000. Details: Received £2,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TN","","","2011","10","23", "Bockhanger Community Association","Charity. Community association. Local authority funding cut: £27,660. Details: Received £27,660 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TN","","","2011","10","23", "Hersden Neighbourhood Centre Association","Charity. Runs Hersden Neighbourhood Centre. Local authority funding cut: £3,000. Details: Received £15,000 in 2010/11; cut by £3,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CT","","","2011","10","23", "Adderbury Chapel Lane Coffee & Chat","Charity. Help with heating bills.,Local authority funding cut: £400,. Details: Received £400 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funded under Seniors Grants, one-off grants generally claimed by the same groups year-on-year.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Banbury Horticultural Society","Charity. Grant towards coach trip.,Local authority funding cut: £400,. Details: Received £400 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funded under Seniors Grants, one-off grants generally claimed by the same groups year-on-year.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Begbroke Coffee Morning","Charity. Funding to cover cost of outings.,Local authority funding cut: £400,. Details: Received £400 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funded under Seniors Grants, one-off grants generally claimed by the same groups year-on-year.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Bodicote Women's Institute","Charity. Funding for visit to Denham College.,Local authority funding cut: £250,. Details: Received £250 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funded under Seniors Grants, one-off grants generally claimed by the same groups year-on-year.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Bourtons Gardening Club","Charity. Club for those who enjoy exploring gardens and wish to gain inspiration and information, provided by visits and guest speakers, to enable them to increase the enjoyment they get from their own garden. Funding to arrange a day trip to Wisley RHS Gardens. Local authority funding cut: £360. Details: Received £360 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funded under Seniors Grants one-off grants generally claimed by the same groups year-on-year.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Chamberlaine Court Residents Association","Charity. Funding for renovation of the gardens.,Local authority funding cut: £400,. Details: Received £400 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funded under Seniors Grants, one-off grants generally claimed by the same groups year-on-year.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Chesterton New Evergreens","Charity. Funding for help with transport.,Local authority funding cut: £400,. Details: Received £400 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funded under Seniors Grants, one-off grants generally claimed by the same groups year-on-year.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Deddington Beeches Bowls Club","Charity. Funding for a petrol hedge cutter.,Local authority funding cut: £400,. Details: Received £400 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funded under Seniors Grants, one-off grants generally claimed by the same groups year-on-year.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "East Leonards Close Group","Charity. Funding to encourage more members.,Local authority funding cut: £350,. Details: Received £350 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funded under Seniors Grants, one-off grants generally claimed by the same groups year-on-year.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Friday Craft Group","Charity. Funding to increase membership.,Local authority funding cut: £400,. Details: Received £400 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funded under Seniors Grants, one-off grants generally claimed by the same groups year-on-year.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Friendly Faces","Charity. Cost of coach outing, xmas party, transport to Bicester bowling club. Local authority funding cut: £400. Details: Received £400 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funded under Seniors Grants one-off grants generally claimed by the same groups year-on-year.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Guardian Court Social Group Fundraising","Charity. Funding for core activities.,Local authority funding cut: £400,. Details: Received £400 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funded under Seniors Grants, one-off grants generally claimed by the same groups year-on-year.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Hanover Gardens Residents","Charity. Funding to provide more varied classess.,Local authority funding cut: £400,. Details: Received £400 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funded under Seniors Grants, one-off grants generally claimed by the same groups year-on-year.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Hethe & District Darby & Joan Club","Charity. Funding to continue the activities of the club.,Local authority funding cut: £400,. Details: Received £400 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funded under Seniors Grants, one-off grants generally claimed by the same groups year-on-year.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Hook Norton Carry on Learning","Charity. Subsidise a visit to a local arboretum,Local authority funding cut: £250,. Details: Received £250 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funded under Seniors Grants, one-off grants generally claimed by the same groups year-on-year.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Islip Thursday Club","Charity. Funding for two coach trips.,Local authority funding cut: £400,. Details: Received £400 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funded under Seniors Grants, one-off grants generally claimed by the same groups year-on-year.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "North Oxon Friendship Centre","Charity. Funding for day outing.,Local authority funding cut: £260,. Details: Received £260 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funded under Seniors Grants, one-off grants generally claimed by the same groups year-on-year.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Oxfordshire Chinese Community & Advice Centre","Charity. Provides advice and community services to non-English speaking Chinese in Oxfordshire. Local authority funding cut: £1,030. Details: Received £3,030 in 2010/11; cut by £1,030 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "St Francis Church Community Drop-In","Charity. Funding for a day out.,Local authority funding cut: £250,. Details: Received £250 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funded under Seniors Grants, one-off grants generally claimed by the same groups year-on-year.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "The Fernhill Club","Charity. Funding to increase membership and sustain the group.,Local authority funding cut: £400,. Details: Received £400 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funded under Seniors Grants, one-off grants generally claimed by the same groups year-on-year.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "The Good Companions Club","Charity. Funding towards transport for days out, xmas lunch, entertaining. Local authority funding cut: £400. Details: Received £400 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funded under Seniors Grants one-off grants generally claimed by the same groups year-on-year.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "The Heyford Women's Institute","Charity. Funding for tables and a trolley.,Local authority funding cut: £100,. Details: Received £100 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funded under Seniors Grants, one-off grants generally claimed by the same groups year-on-year.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "The Ridings","Charity. Funding to continue with exercise.,Local authority funding cut: £400,. Details: Received £400 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funded under Seniors Grants, one-off grants generally claimed by the same groups year-on-year.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Alton Community Association","Charity. Runs Alton Community Centre. The Centre provides a wide range of adult education classes and is home to many local clubs and societies. The Association provides an elderly persons’ day care facility (including those with learning difficulties) and a children’s playgroup. Local authority funding cut: £2,660. Details: Received £13,300 in 2010/11; cut by £2,660 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GU","","","2011","10","23", "Headley Down Community Association","Charity. Committed to working closely with the local community of Heatherlands Estate with the purpose of enhancing, developing and improving local facilities.Local authority funding cut: £3,320. Details: Received £16,600 in 2010/11; cut by £3,320 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GU","","","2011","10","23", "Horndean Community Association","Charity. Owns and runs Merchistoun Hall, a 17th century building on the edge of Waterlooville. As the community’s local centre it provides a range of services, including art and drama classes, older people’s groups, youth groups and health and fitness activities.Local authority funding cut: £4,100. Details: Received £20,500 in 2010/11; cut by £4,100 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GU","","","2011","10","23", "Liss Community Association","Charity. Runs the Triangle Centre in Liss. The Centre hosts a number of local clubs and societies and provides a variety of services for the community. Local authority funding cut: £1,580. Details: Received £7,900 in 2010/11; cut by £1,580 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GU","","","2011","10","23", "RKdia","Charity. Not-for-profit conferencing and catering facilities run by Drum Housing Association. RKdia directly supports the Knighton Corner project, which provides facilities for young people and members of the local community, as well as supported housing for 12 young people.Local authority funding cut: £3,000. Details: Received £3,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GU","","","2011","10","23", "Whitehill and Bordon Community Association","Charity. Manages and maintains Forest Community Centre and arranges community activities and events. Local authority funding cut: £4,100. Details: Received £20,500 in 2010/11; cut by £4,100 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GU","","","2011","10","23", "Barton Community Association","Charity. Works to improve the conditions of life of all the inhabitants of Barton and surrounding area, by working together with local people and statutory authorities, voluntary and other organisations in a common effort to advance education and to provide facilities in the interests of social welfare and leisure time occupation. The charity is funded under a one-off grants programme, but usually receives some funding every year.Local authority funding cut: £1,450. Details: Received £5,200 in 2010/11; cut by £1,450 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Donnington Doorstep Family Centre","Charity. Donnington Doorstep is a community-based family centre for children and their carers. We aim to provide a safe, welcoming environment for anyone with young children to come freely, make friends or get support in an informal way. The centre is open-plan and accessible, and has a large garden with grass and two sandpits. Funding was awarded to contribute to the Drop-in and Play Out project. The charity is funded under a one-off grants programme, but usually receives some funding every year.Local authority funding cut: £10,000. Details: Received £20,000 in 2010/11; cut by £10,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Oxfordshire Chinese Community & Advice Centre","Charity. Runs a support group and one to one emotional support, plus welfare benefits advice, housing, immigration, legal advice, general health advice and group activities for various ages.Local authority funding cut: £31,703. Details: Received £49,703 in 2010/11; cut by £31,703 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Eastney Community Association","Charity. Runs Eastney Community Centre. Local authority funding cut: £2,000. Details: Received £9,000 in 2010/11; cut by £2,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","PO","","","2011","10","23", "Paulsgrove Community Association","Charity. Manages Paulsgrove Community Centre. Local authority funding cut: £8,300. Details: Received £30,000 in 2010/11; cut by £8,300 in 2011/12. Excludes funding under Preventing Violent Extremism.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","PO","","","2011","10","23", "Action in Rural Sussex","Charity. Identifies problems and responds to the needs of rural communities in East and West Sussex. Local authority funding cut: £2,500. Details: Received £7,500 in 2010/11; cut by £2,500 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BN","","","2011","10","23", "Awaz Utaoh","Charity. Community organisation providing advice service, youth work, domestic violence outreach service, community cohesion work and volunteering project.Local authority funding cut: £1,939. Details: Received £27,679 in 2010/11; cut by £1,939 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Bangladesh Association","Charity. Advice, information and support for the Bangladeshi community. Advocacy, language support and help with accessing voluntary and statutory services. Level one immigration advice.Local authority funding cut: £2,876. Details: Received £41,006 in 2010/11; cut by £2,876 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Barton Hill Settlement","Charity. Provides services, facilities, and community development to Barton Hill and surrounding areas of East Bristol.Local authority funding cut: £6,515. Details: Received £93,005 in 2010/11; cut by £6,515 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Bristol & Avon Chinese Women's Group","Charity. Aims to break down the isolation suffered by Chinese women and their families as a result of both language and cultural barriers. Local authority funding cut: £2,191. Details: Received £31,261 in 2010/11; cut by £2,191 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Bristol Multi Faith Forum","Charity. Forum for people of faith and faith group representatives. Local authority funding cut: £1,912. Details: Received £27,262 in 2010/11; cut by £1,912 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Bristol Muslim Cultural Society","Charity. Aims to empower the Muslim community in Bristol and the surrounding area to further the economic, educational, recreational, cultural and social needs of the Muslim community.Local authority funding cut: £3,540. Details: Received £50,500 in 2010/11; cut by £3,540 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Bristol Pakistani Community Welfare Organisation","Charity. Aims to empower women in Bristol so they are aware of their rights and can access opportunities available to them in order to participate fully in society. Local authority funding cut: £1,558. Details: Received £22,188 in 2010/11; cut by £1,558 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Community Resolve","Charity. Works on community conflict transformation. Local authority funding cut: £2,520. Details: Received £35,880 in 2010/11; cut by £2,520 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Easton Community Centre","Charity. Community centre with a variety of facilities. Local authority funding cut: £3,674. Details: Received £52,394 in 2010/11; cut by £3,674 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Hartcliffe Health & Environmental Action Group","Charity. Aims to improve the lives of local people in the BS13 area of South Bristol by actively engaging residents in both health related and environmental projects. Local authority funding cut: £2,155. Details: Received £30,755 in 2010/11; cut by £2,155 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Malcolm X Centre","Charity. Community centre providing social, recreational, educational and entertainment facilities to the residents of St Pauls and neighbouring areas.Local authority funding cut: £4,908. Details: Received £70,018 in 2010/11; cut by £4,908 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Mede Centre","Charity. Community centre offering a broad range of services. Local authority funding cut: £5,602. Details: Received £79,962 in 2010/11; cut by £5,602 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Quartet Community Foundation","Charity. Funding provided for small grants project, with 10% going to Quartet as a fee for administration.Local authority funding cut: £100,000. Details: Received £100,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Signpost & Rite Direkshon","Charity. Provides services for Afrikan and Caribbean people often described as hidden or hard to reach. Local authority funding cut: £2,130. Details: Received £30,300 in 2010/11; cut by £2,130 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Sikh Resource Centre","Charity. Exists to improve the economic wellbeing of Sikhs and other local communities in the area through activities including education, training, arts, Sikh culture and religion, sports and employment.Local authority funding cut: £1,957. Details: Received £27,937 in 2010/11; cut by £1,957 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Somali Resource Centre","Charity. Offers support, advice and guidance to the Somali community in the area, and offers a space for the community to meet and undertake training and find out how to access mainstream services.Local authority funding cut: £2,150. Details: Received £21,500 in 2010/11; cut by £2,150 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Southmead Community Association","Charity. Community association running various activities. Local authority funding cut: £1,000. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; cut by £1,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Upper Horfield Community Trust","Charity. Community association running a variety of classes and services. Local authority funding cut: £1,500. Details: Received £15,000 in 2010/11; cut by £1,500 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Hesters Way Regeneration Partnership","Charity. Dedicated to facilitating and promoting a sustainable community in Hesters Way, St Marks, Rowanfield, Fiddlers Green and Springbank.Local authority funding cut: £6,000. Details: Received £42,200 in 2010/11; cut by £2,000 in 2011/12, a further £2,000 in 2012/13 and a further £2,000 in 2013/14.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Whaddon Regeneration Partnership","Charity. Aims to facilitate and promote the regeneration of the Oakley, Whaddon, Lynworth and Priors areas.Local authority funding cut: £6,000. Details: Received £42,200 in 2010/11; cut by £2,000 in 2011/12, a further £2,000 in 2012/13 and a further £2,000 in 2013/14.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Community Action","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £86,000. Details: Received £86,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Children's Fund ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","EX","","","2011","10","23", "Community Council for Devon","Charity. Rural Community Council giving advice and support for rural communities on funding projects, local history, village halls, playing fields etc.Local authority funding cut: £33,000. Details: Received £191,000 in 2010/11; cut by £33,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","EX","","","2011","10","23", "Dorset Community Action","Charity. Funding for the Voice project, NI7 projects, funding advice, and council for voluntary services.Local authority funding cut: £288,059. Details: Received a total of £368,059 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £288,059 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding is a transition payment; service will be decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BH","","","2011","10","23", "Gloucestershire Rural Community Council","Charity. Engages with Gloucestershire's rural communities to enable sustainable community development and empower community groups. Local authority funding cut: £1,527. Details: Received £7,553 in 2010/11; cut by £1,527 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "GL Communities","Charity. Works with partners to enable community voices to be heard and to help communities challenge the quality of services they are receiving. Local authority funding cut: £102,745.78. Details: Received £122,745.78 in 2010/11; cut by £102,745.78 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "GL11 Community Project","Charity. Provides a wide range of services to the local community including baby care and toddler sessions, learning opportunities, social events and youth groups.Local authority funding cut: £4,502.28. Details: Received £5,627.88 in 2010/11; cut by £4,502.28 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "North Cotswold Voluntary Help Centre","Charity. Offers various services to residents of the North Cotswold area. Local authority funding cut: £2,483.2. Details: Received £24,832 in 2010/11; cut by £2,483.20 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Somerset Rural Community Council","Charity. We work to counter the threats to rural communities. We try to deliver our aim of confident and sustainable rural communities by: providing face-to-face support to community organisations; providing an information service to appraise community organisations; linking projects together through training or networking events, newsletters, and our website, and/or signposting to other sources of information.Local authority funding cut: £7,000. Details: Received £7,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BA","","","2011","10","23", "Dorset Community Association","Charity. Contribution towards staff post. Local authority funding cut: £3,000. Details: Received £3,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BH","","","2011","10","23", "Community Council for Somerset","Charity. Undertakes a range of work to support rural communities in Somerset. Local authority funding cut: £44,000. Details: Received £44,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Open Blue Trust","Charity. Mobile community centre. Local authority funding cut: £5,142. Details: Received £10,284 in 2010/11; cut by £5,142 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SN","","","2011","10","23", "Balsall Heath Forum","Charity. Represents the local voice to the public and private sectors and undertakes a variety of tasks. Funding for neighbourhood management services. Local authority funding cut: £120,000. Details: Received £120,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund. Figures exclude Britain in Bloom funding.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Bangladeshi Multi Purpose Centre","Charity. Community centre. Funding for community cohesion hub scheme. Local authority funding cut: £22,840. Details: Received £22,840 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Castle Vale Community Regeneration Services","Charity. Runs The Sanctuary community centre and operates a number of local services. Funding for Neighbourhood Kitemark pilot project. Local authority funding cut: £97,500. Details: Received £97,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Castle Vale Neighbourhood Partnership","Charity. Set up to ensure that services and service standards meet the needs and aspirations of all key stakeholders in Castle Vale, principally the residents.Local authority funding cut: £120,000. Details: Received £120,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Castle Vale Tenants and Residents Alliance","Charity. Resident-led not-for-profit organisation that exists to provide help, information and support for residents of the most excluded communities in East Birmingham.Local authority funding cut: £200,000. Details: Received £200,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund. Excludes WNF pilot project funding.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Chamberlain Forum","Charity. Neighbourhood think tank. Local authority funding cut: £150,000. Details: Received a total of £150,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Community Resource Information Services (CRIS)","Charity. Supports new and existing migrant communities in Northfield to integrate into and engage with the wider society through attending a range of courses. Includes funding for World Platter Café. Local authority funding cut: £35,140. Details: Received a total of £35,140 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund. Excludes funding under Preventing Violent Extremism.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Continental Star","Charity. Sports and community club that seeks to help those within the community that are often marginalised and considered by others to be hard to reach. Offers a range of community services and sports activities. Local authority funding cut: £17,600. Details: Received £17,600 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Council of Black Led Churches","Charity. Responds to the needs of and issues affecting black-led and black-majority churches. Funding for network and database. Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Details: Received £5,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "East Yardley Neighbourhood Forum","Charity. Funding for community empowerment workshops and events. Local authority funding cut: £4,075. Details: Received £4,075 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Lozells Methodist Church","Charity. Funding for social enterprise development. Local authority funding cut: £27,023. Details: Received £27,023 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Martineau Gardens","Charity. Community garden and charity. Affected funding is primarily for promotional work. Local authority funding cut: £30,375. Details: Received a total of £51,625 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £30,375 in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund. Majority of the reduction is due to WNF cuts.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Mashriq Challenge Resource Centre","Charity. Funding to increase representation of older South Asian women in the social, community and public life of their neighbourhoods and the city.Local authority funding cut: £9,646. Details: Received £9,646 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Moseley Community Development Trust","Charity. Funding to help increase the number and variety of people involved in the management of the landscape in and around the Highbury estate. Local authority funding cut: £8,746. Details: Received £8,746 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "New Heights","Charity. Aims to play a key part in empowering a socially deprived community with complex problems to find and manage solutions to their predicaments. Funding for Warren Farm Community Project. Local authority funding cut: £11,600. Details: Received £11,600 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Shakti Ghar (not for profit)","Charity. Funding for Active Women in the Community project. Local authority funding cut: £9,965. Details: Received £9,965 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Shenley Green Centre","Charity. The centre houses many groups and clubs - elderly groups, youth groups, day centre, lunch clubs, education classes etc.Local authority funding cut: £13,288. Details: Received £13,288 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Small Heath Community Forum","Charity. Local network of groups and organisations in Small Heath. Aims to strengthen the voice of the community and voluntary sector in local decision making, and acts as local faciliator and enabler of resident and community involvement.Local authority funding cut: £1,812. Details: Received £22,339 in 2010/11; cut by £1,812 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "South Birmingham Community Radio","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £29,994. Details: Received £29,994 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Sparkbrook Islamic Centre","Charity. Includes funding for youth work. Local authority funding cut: £19,958. Details: Received a total of £23,521 in 2010/11; cut by £19,958 in 2011/12. Excludes funding reduced due to performance. Youth work service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "St Paul's Community Development Trust","Charity. Includes core funding, youth work, St Paul's nursery and Junction 8:50 scheme.Local authority funding cut: £74,778. Details: Received a total of £247,907 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £74,778 in 2011/12. Figures assume core funding will be maintained at 2010/11 levels.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Windows on Sudan","Charity. Funding for Ziba Ufa (Close the Gap) advocacy service to help Sudanese/East African people integrate into British society and reduce the prejudice faced by them. Local authority funding cut: £10,000. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "WIRED (Women in Research Education and Development)","Charity. Funding for Women's Active Citizenship programme, encouraging local BME women to get involved in the decision-making process through training, discussion and learning opportunities around areas of citizenship, personal development, and civic engagement.Local authority funding cut: £10,000. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Witton Lodge Community Association","Charity. Funding for Perry Common Community Hall. Local authority funding cut: £7,842. Details: Received £7,842 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Kindle","Charity. Also known as the South Wye Development Trust, set up in 2006 to deliver regeneration work in South Wye. Runs the Kindle Centre as a venue for meetings and conferences as well as office space for not-for-profit organisations.Local authority funding cut: £15,000. Details: Received £15,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","HR","","","2011","10","23", "Great Bridge Community Forum","Charity. Acts as an umbrella for more than 15 user groups within the local area. Strives to improve the quality of life of local residents by providing structured programmes for a varied age group. Local authority funding cut: £21,673. Details: Received £21,673 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Children's Fund ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Kings Community Church","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £2,690. Details: Received £13,090 in 2010/11; cut by £7,890 in 2011/12 following cuts to Positive Activities for Young People ABG.2011/12 figure represents six months' funding prior to re-tender; expected full-year contract value of £10,400 used to calculate funding reduction.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Murray Hall Community Trust","Charity. Serves the social, health, welfare, educational and recreational interests of people in Tipton Sandwell and surrounding areas. Incorporates a number of contracts for different services.Local authority funding cut: £203,627. Details: Received a total of £1,141,375 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £489,223 in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants and Sure Start funding. 2011/12 figure represents six months' and nine months' funding prior to re-tender; expected full-year contract values used to calculate funding reduction.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "North Smethwick Development Trust","Charity. Runs activities and offers a wide range of community activities. Local authority funding cut: £24,500. Details: Received £24,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Children's Fund ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "West Bromwich African Caribbean Resource Centre","Charity. Provides services primarily for the African-Caribbean community across the borough. Local authority funding cut: £70,000. Details: Received £70,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Children's Fund ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "West Bromwich Baptist Church","Charity. Multicultural church on the Tantany Estate in West Bromwich. Local authority funding cut: £28,180. Details: Received a total of £42,500 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £35,340 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Children's Fund and Positive Activities for Young People ABGs.2011/12 figure represents six months' funding prior to re-tender of PAYP contract; expected full-year contract value of £14,320 used to calculate funding reduction.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Kendray Initiative","Charity. Neighbourhood management and redevelopment. Local authority funding cut: £75,000. Details: Received £75,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Good Neighbours Community Council","Charity. Demand responsive fund. Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; cut by £5,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","YO","","","2011","10","23", "High Street Centre","Charity. Community hub that provides facilities for meetings, activities, conferences and events, and a range of opportunities for local people of all ages.Local authority funding cut: £24,000. Details: Received £24,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funding was routed from Yorkshire Forward via Rotherham council.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Swinton Lock Activity Centre","Charity. Community based arts, education and activity centre.Local authority funding cut: £14,600. Details: Received £14,600 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Children's Fund ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Bangladeshi Neighbourhood Welfare Project","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £2,496. Details: Received £9,600 in 2010/11; cut by £2,496 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Broomhall Community Centre","Charity. Full seven-day programme of activities, including educational classes.Local authority funding cut: £3,822.16. Details: Received £25,481.04 in 2010/11; cut by £3,822.16 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Chinese Community Centre","Charity. Serves the Sheffield Chinese community and promotes community relationships as well as Chinese culture. Provides a range of services. Local authority funding cut: £2,418.58. Details: Received £32,247.76 in 2010/11; cut by £2,418.58 in 2011/12.Figures exclude council small grants, which have yet to be distributed for 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Manor Development Company","Charity. Suppors local businesses, the community and its residents. Funding for desk space.Local authority funding cut: £20,000. Details: Received £20,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Pakistan Advice and Community Association","Charity. Offers advice, immigration service, home visiting and advocacy service, volunteering initiatives etc.Local authority funding cut: £3,900. Details: Received a total of £4,200 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £3,900 in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Roshni","Charity. Aims to advance the welfare and education of Asian women in Sheffield. Provides a range of activities and services. Local authority funding cut: £7,887.02. Details: Received a total of £99,891.84 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £7,887.02 in 2011/12.Figures exclude council small grants and CYPF support fund, which have yet to be distributed for 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Sheffield and District Afro-Caribbean Community Association","Charity. Day care centre, youth work, study support, and other services.Local authority funding cut: £17,864.53. Details: Received £119,096.87 in 2010/11; cut by £17,864.53 in 2011/12.Figures exclude council small grants, which have yet to be distributed for 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Southey and Owlerton Area Regeneration (SOAR)","Charity. Community-led regeneration partnership in north Sheffield. Funding for desk space. Local authority funding cut: £20,000. Details: Received £20,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Yemeni Community Association","Charity. Aims to advance education and relieve poverty among Sheffield’s disadvantaged communities, focusing on ‘social’ services such as welfare advice, educational services such as study support, and its specialist ESOL provision.Local authority funding cut: £15,492.45. Details: Received a total of £124,283 in 2010/11; cut by £15,492.45 in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants. Majority of the funding reduction is due to cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Zest","Charity. Community development trust working to promote regeneration in the Netherthorpe, Upperthorpe and Langsett areas of Sheffield. Funding under the Future Jobs Fund and special needs inclusion playcare services.Local authority funding cut: £1,317,772.24. Details: Received a total of £1,334,772.24 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £1,317,772.24 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Future Jobs Fund, Aiming High, and Area Based Grants.Excludes Positive Activities, Positive Activities for Young People, and Disadvantaged Area Fund - all of which have yet to be allocated for 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Shaw Trust","Charity. National charity which works with employers, social services and the disabled to help people with disabilities find employment. Local authority funding cut: £347,026. Details: Received £379,665 in 2010/11; cut by £347,026 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Creative Support Ltd","Charity. Provider of person centred social care services for people with learning disabilities, mental health and other needs. Local authority funding cut: £37,627.92. Details: Received a total of £198,298.42 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £37,627.92 in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","LE","","","2011","10","23", "Headway","Charity. Providing support for those with physiological and sensory disabilities, specialising in neurological problems. Local authority funding cut: £3,495.91. Details: Received £18,868.41 in 2010/11; cut by £3,495.91 in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","LE","","","2011","10","23", "National Autistic Society","Charity. Providing support for people with learning difficulties. Local authority funding cut: £2,526.97. Details: Received £16,846.46 in 2010/11; cut by £2,526.97 in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","LE","","","2011","10","23", "Royal National Institute for Deaf People","Charity. Providing support for those with physiological and sensory disabilities. Local authority funding cut: £11,132.62. Details: Received a total of £75,392.31 in 2010/11; cut by £11,132.62 in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","LE","","","2011","10","23", "Association for Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus (ASBAH)","Charity. Helps families and individuals affected by spina bifida and hydrocephalus. Local authority funding cut: £16,398. Details: Received £16,398 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Autism Concern","Charity. Provides support and options to people affected by all forms of autism in gaining independence and control of their lives. Local authority funding cut: £25,000. Details: Received £25,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Beds & Northants MS Therapy Centre","Charity. Self-help therapy centre offering assistance to people with Multiple Sclerosis. Local authority funding cut: £5,481. Details: Received £5,481 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Central England People First","Charity. Organisation of people with learning difficulties speaking up for themselves. Local authority funding cut: £23,000. Details: Received £23,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Country Centre","Charity. Learning disability day centre. Local authority funding cut: £58,395. Details: Received £58,395 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Deaf Connect","Charity. Countywide social groups. Local authority funding cut: £28,374. Details: Received £28,374 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Headway East Northants","Charity. Provides therapeutic based activities, support and information and promotes education around Brain Injury.Local authority funding cut: £19,099. Details: Received £19,099 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Northamptonshire Association for the Blind","Charity. Affected funding is for carers support and breaks. Local authority funding cut: £4,556. Details: Received a total of £82,556 in 2010/11; cut by £4,556 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Tools for Self Reliance (Northampton)","Charity. Provides work experience and volunteering opportunities for adults with disabilities. Local authority funding cut: £7,000. Details: Received £7,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Bassetlaw Fashion Services for Disabled People","Charity. Bespoke clothing and alteration service for people with disabilities or special needs. Local authority funding cut: £1,105. Details: Received £2,105 in 2010/11; cut by £1,105 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Disability Nottinghamshire","Charity. Promotes the independence and choice of all persons with disabilities and impairments within the Nottinghamshire County Council area. Local authority funding cut: £60,800. Details: Received a total of £100,800 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £60,800 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Mansfield & North Nottinghamshire Society for Deaf People","Charity. Promotes and serves the needs of deaf and hard of hearing people and actively campaigns on their behalf. Local authority funding cut: £4,500. Details: Received £19,500 in 2010/11; cut by £4,500 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Mansfield Deaf Youth Club","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £1,500. Details: Received £1,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Nottingham Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre","Charity. Offers hyperbaric oxygen therapy, physiotherapy, reflexology, Hopi Ear Candles, massage, aromatherapy, and advice on various topics.Local authority funding cut: £2,000. Details: Received £2,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Nottinghamshire Deaf Society","Charity. Provides services and opportunities to the local deaf community. Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Details: Received £38,000 in 2010/11; cut by £5,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Southwell Care Project","Charity. Serves adults with learning difficulties in Nottinghamshire. Local authority funding cut: £7,380. Details: Received £29,380 in 2010/11; cut by £7,380 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "The Work Place","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £2,520. Details: Received £10,720 in 2010/11; cut by £2,520 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Carers in Bedfordshire","Charity. Supports all unpaid carers of family and friends. Includes funding for scheme for parents of children with disabilities. Local authority funding cut: £8,790.25. Details: Received a total of £56,530.50 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £8,790.25 in 2011/12.Of the total funding cut, £4,869 relates to a reduction in the full-year value of a funding contract. This contract will be re-tendered after six months; charity will receive six months' pro rata funding from the £43,819 full-year contract value.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","MK","","","2011","10","23", "Autism Anglia","Charity. Promotes the welfare, education, treatment and care of people with autism, and supports families, friends and carers.Local authority funding cut: £3,554. Details: Received £3,554 as rate relief in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NR","","","2011","10","23", "Advocacy Alliance","Charity. Provides free and independent support to people, regardless of their status or ability, to have a direct say in the issues that affect their lives. This includes specialist support for people with a learning disability; older people; and adults who have experience of issues such as mental health problems, substance abuse or domestic violence.Local authority funding cut: £63,819. Details: Received a total of £197,307 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £63,819 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Bedford & District Cerebral Palsy Society","Charity. Family support. Local authority funding cut: £5,280. Details: Received £5,280 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "St Mark's Clubhouse","Charity. Learning disability day support. Local authority funding cut: £33,676. Details: Received £33,676 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Manderson Trust","Charity. Provides opportunities for the disabled to enjoy angling on lakes near Over.,Local authority funding cut: £500,. Details: Received £500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 due to scrapping of Local Strategic Partnership project grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CB","","","2011","10","23", "REACT Disabilty Group.","Charity. REACT provides advocacy, guidance and information on rights and benefit entitlement for disabled people. It also works to reduce discrimination with disability awareness training and access audits. The withdrawn funding was for running costs and a wheelchair accessible minibus.Local authority funding cut: £1,890. Details: Received a total of £4,390 in 2010/11; cut by £1,890 in 2011/12.The charity's grant has been withdrawn, but council rent in kind payments will continue. The council's EIA says: 'Because this organisation has used the grant for its running costs, if no alternative funding can be found a service closure could result and have an impact on people with disabilities in Stevenage.'","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Shaw Trust","Charity. Works with employers, social services and the disabled to help people with disabilities find employment.Local authority funding cut: £25,905. Details: Received £315,930 in 2010/11; cut by £25,905 in 2011/12.Figures exclude funding for learning disabilities employment project, which has not yet been finalised for 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","IP","","","2011","10","23", "Suffolk Befriending Scheme","Charity. Exists to establish and support friendships and leisure opportunities between people with learning disabilities and other members of the community. Local authority funding cut: £2,400. Details: Received £24,000 in 2010/11; cut by £13,200 in 2011/12.10% reduction, funding for six months of 2011/12 and can then apply to Innovation Panel for further funding.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","IP","","","2011","10","23", "Barnet Mencap","Charity. Funding cuts mainly affect Asian Project, Community Opportunities Project, Project 67, and short breaks for BME families.Local authority funding cut: £31,940.37. Details: Received a total of £428,068.49 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £31,940.37 in 2011/12.Excludes funding from Children's Services, which is subject to recommissioning.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","N","","","2011","10","23", "Barnet People's Choice","Charity. Independent self-advocacy organisation which supports the running of the Barnet Learning Disability Parliament. Local authority funding cut: £8,196.5. Details: Received £63,050 in 2010/11; cut by £8,196.50 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","N","","","2011","10","23", "Dimensions","Charity. Service for people with learning disabilities and mental health problems. Funding for Learn to Earn project (staff salary reimbursement). Local authority funding cut: £6,581.29. Details: Received £50,625.27 in 2010/11; cut by £6,581.29 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","N","","","2011","10","23", "Disability Action in the Borough of Barnet (DabB)","Charity. Core funding for information, advice and advocacy, plus home visiting services.Local authority funding cut: £14,737.69. Details: Received a total of £113,366.81 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £14,737.69 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","N","","","2011","10","23", "BATH","Charity. Funding ceased for subsidy for respite care, and support for people with physical disabilities and sensory impairment.Local authority funding cut: £170,608. Details: Received a total of £226,608 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £170,608 in 2011/12. Funding maintained at 2010/11 level for community assessment centre.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BR","","","2011","10","23", "Bromley Family Link","Charity. Promotes the independence of children and young people with physical disabilities by facilitating access to recreational and social activities. Funding linked to Children and Family Centre service provision. Local authority funding cut: £4,776. Details: Received £4,776 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Council is planning to cut its Children and Family Centres from 16 to three; will then re-tender for a reduced number of related service contracts.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BR","","","2011","10","23", "Bromley Mencap","Charity. Independent self-funded charity working with disabled people. Local authority funding cut: £21,800. Details: Received a total of £159,400 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £21,800 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BR","","","2011","10","23", "Tower Project","Charity. Support and care services for people with physical and learning disabilities. Local authority funding cut: £10,000. Details: Received £60,000 in 2010/11; cut by £10,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","EC","","","2011","10","23", "ADHD and Autism Support Harrow","Charity. Provides information and support for parents, carers and sufferers of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders. Funding for project manager post.Local authority funding cut: £1,807.01. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; cut by £2,644.01 in 2011/12.Charity requested £9,163 in 2011/12; this figure has been used to calculate the funding reduction.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","HA","","","2011","10","23", "Ashiana Charity Trust","Charity. Supports children and young people with learning disabilities. Funding for health and wellbeing centre and social integration work. Local authority funding cut: £3,060. Details: Received £3,060 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","HA","","","2011","10","23", "Harrow Association of Disabled People","Charity. Provides information, advice, support and services for disabled people. Funding for welfare benefits to employment project.Local authority funding cut: £40,699. Details: Received £46,722 in 2010/11; cut by £43,841 in 2011/12.2011/12 funding represents one month payment for April 2011. Charity requested £43,580 in 2011/12; this figure has been used to calculate the funding reduction.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","HA","","","2011","10","23", "Parkinson's UK","Charity. Parkinson's support and research charity. Funding for information support worker. Local authority funding cut: £3,208. Details: Received £3,500 in 2010/11; cut by £3,208 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents one month payment for April 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","HA","","","2011","10","23", "Disablement Association Hillingdon","Charity. A full range of services for primarily adults with physical, sensory or learning disabilities. Activities include outreach, drop-ins, sports and fitness activities, direct payments support, DDA advice, independent living, disability awareness and training.Local authority funding cut: £15,021. Details: Received £100,021 in 2010/11; cut by £15,021 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","UB","","","2011","10","23", "Hillingdon Shopmobility","Charity. Loans mobility equipment to registered users, primarily for shopping in Uxbridge. Other activities including some assisted shopping, sale of small mobility items etc.Local authority funding cut: £3,129. Details: Received £22,129 in 2010/11; cut by £3,129 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","UB","","","2011","10","23", "Action Disability, Kensington & Chelsea (ADKC)","Charity. Supports disabled people to live independently and campaigns for an inclusive society which does not discriminate against disabled people. Local authority funding cut: £6,328. Details: Received £126,554 in 2010/11; cut by £6,328 in 2011/12.Includes redesign to offer more services to isolated people with disabilities, whilst decommissioning the consultation service.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SW","","","2011","10","23", "Action for the Blind","Charity. The project will provide benefit and grant application support, as well as enabling users to access other services and activities provided by AFBP and the Royal Association for the Blind.Local authority funding cut: £8,000. Details: Received £18,000 in 2010/11; cut by £8,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SW","","","2011","10","23", "Equal People","Charity. Day centre for people with learning disabilities. Local authority funding cut: £51,171. Details: Received £151,171 in 2010/11; cut by £51,171 in 2011/12. Includes redesign with training and employment focus and some drop in time. The council says the charity also has the opportunity to have a trading arm or social enterprise element.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SW","","","2011","10","23", "Interactive, formerly London Sports Forum for Disabled People","Charity. 2nd tier support to increase sporting opportunities for disabled ppl. Local authority funding cut: £81,250. Details: Received £130,000 in 2010/11; cut by £81,250 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Shape","Charity. 2nd tier support to improve access to cultural activities for disabled ppl. Local authority funding cut: £68,750. Details: Received £110,000 in 2010/11; cut by £68,750 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Dimensions Community Enterprise UK","Charity. Provides a supported opportunity for people accessing services from Dimensions to gain employment and skills. Local authority funding cut: £54,000. Details: Received £54,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SW","","","2011","10","23", "Merton Mencap","Charity. Charity for people with a learning disability and their families. Local authority funding cut: £75,160.66. Details: Received £128,070.66 in 2010/11; cut by £75,160.66 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SW","","","2011","10","23", "Merton PHAB","Charity. Provides events so that disabled and able bodied people can socialise together. Local authority funding cut: £10,000. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SW","","","2011","10","23", "Merton Vision","Charity. Providing services, information and support to residents of Merton who have a visual impairment.Local authority funding cut: £9,812. Details: Received £109,812 in 2010/11; cut by £9,812 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SW","","","2011","10","23", "The Squad","Charity. Youth club for children with disabilities. Local authority funding cut: £8,000. Details: Received £33,435 in 2010/11; cut by £8,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SW","","","2011","10","23", "ELHAP","Charity. Adventure playground for children, young people and adults with disabilities.Local authority funding cut: £40,000. Details: Received £40,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Waltham Forest Asian Mothers","Charity. Works for South Asian families who have children and young adults with disabilities living in Waltham Forest. Local authority funding cut: £36,521. Details: Received a total of £51,521 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £36,521 in 2011/12.Figures exclude £82,910 of 2010/11 funding under streams that have yet to be distributed for 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Waltham Forest Disability Resource Centre","Charity. Provides daily activities which promote learning, independence and healthy living, and offers work experience and a trainee scheme for people with disabilities.Local authority funding cut: £23,767. Details: Received £285,174 in 2010/11; cut by £23,767 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Waltham Forest Mencap","Charity. Supports people with learning disabilities and those who care for them. Local authority funding cut: £160,607. Details: Received a total of £392,031 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £160,607 in 2011/12.Figures exclude £241,602 of 2010/11 funding under streams that have yet to be distributed for 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Darlington Association on Disability","Charity. Promotes independence and choice, and supports disabled people and carers through the provision of services, support and information and by tackling issues locally and nationally.Local authority funding cut: £1,639. Details: Received £16,390 in 2009/10; cut by £1,639 in 2011/12. 2009/10 was the most recent full year for which data was available at the time the 2011/12 budget was set.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DL","","","2011","10","23", "Action for Blind","Charity. Charity providing support for visually impaired people. Local authority funding cut: £18,400. Details: Received £68,383 in 2010/11; cut by £18,400 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TS","","","2011","10","23", "MAIN Project","Charity. The MAIN Project provide advice, support and services to people with an autistic spectrum condition across the Tees Valley. Funding is for short breaks for children with disability.Local authority funding cut: £22,272.8. Details: Received £134,272.80 in 2010/11; cut by £22,272.80 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TS","","","2011","10","23", "Open Door","Charity. Advocacy for people with a learning disability. Local authority funding cut: £32,948. Details: Received £40,000 in 2010/11; cut by £32,948 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TS","","","2011","10","23", "Real Opportunity Centre","Charity. Independent third sector organisation that is managed, driven and led by local disabled people. Funding provided for Disabled People's Partnership Board, Redcar town centre Shopmobility, and Independent Living Resource Service.Local authority funding cut: £124,087. Details: Received a total of £229,102 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £124,087 in 2011/12. Funding ceased for Disabled People's Partnership Board. Funding for Independent Living Resource Service will continue at a reduced level. £15k provided to allow time to develop a business case for future commissioning of Shopmobility at a reduced level.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TS","","","2011","10","23", "Ward Family Trust","Charity. Sitting service for families of children with a learning/physical disability. Local authority funding cut: £4,716.1. Details: Received £44,716.10 in 2010/11; cut by £4,716.10 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TS","","","2011","10","23", "East Lancashire Deaf Society","Charity. Provides information, advocacy and services including community services, interpreting, training, family support and youth services.Local authority funding cut: £2,223.9. Details: Received £14,826 in 2010/11; cut by £2,223.90 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "East Lancs Deaf Blind Club","Charity. Provides support to people with a dual sensory loss. Local authority funding cut: £4,500. Details: Received £4,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "KIDS","Charity. Works with parents and carers to enable disabled children and young people to develop their skills and abilities and to fulfil their potential. Local authority funding cut: £90,000. Details: Received a total of £172,412 in 2010/11; cut by £90,000 in 2011/12. Figures assume short breaks funding will be maintained at 2010/11 levels.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Lancashire Disability Information Federation","Charity. Aims to overcome poverty, prejudice and social exclusion by facilitating quality disability information and advice.Local authority funding cut: £4,500. Details: Received £4,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Autistic Society","Charity. Positive activities for autistic children. Local authority funding cut: £3,470. Details: Received £13,970 in 2010/11; cut by £3,470 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "Day Trippers","Charity. Short breaks for disabled children - provides days out and activity for disabled children and their families. Local authority funding cut: £3,180. Details: Received £13,180 in 2010/11; cut by £3,180 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "Heartlift","Charity. Positive activities for disabled children offered through access to sport and recreational activities. Local authority funding cut: £12,072. Details: Received £71,072 in 2010/11; cut by £12,072 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "Kidz2gether","Charity. Positive activities for autistic children. Local authority funding cut: £10,000. Details: Received £65,000 in 2010/11; cut by £10,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "Sycamore Project - Zacs","Charity. Positive activities for disabled children with special or additional needs. Short break care support for families of disabled children. Targeted positive activities for children aged 5-19. Local authority funding cut: £43,000. Details: Received a total of £128,200 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £43,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "Glenmore Trust","Charity. Funding for the Heathlands Project. Local authority funding cut: £1,327. Details: Received £1,327 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CA","","","2011","10","23", "Care and Repair","Charity. Charity created to improve the housing and living conditions of older and disabled people. Funding represents Templar Housing Association's contribution towards Care and Repair. Local authority funding cut: £8,330. Details: Received £8,330 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CW","","","2011","10","23", "Deafness Support Network","Charity. Deafness Support Network provides a wide range of support and services for deaf, deafened and hard of hearing people in Cheshire and the surrounding area.Local authority funding cut: £69,111. Details: Received £154,611 in 2010/11; cut by £69,111 in 2011/12.This data covers one of the charity's two funding streams with the council. The other - worth £7,044 - has yet to be confirmed for 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CW","","","2011","10","23", "Iris Vision","Charity. Aims to achieve independence and rehabilitation for those with Impaired Sight. Local authority funding cut: £1,429. Details: Received a total of £28,008 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £1,429 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CW","","","2011","10","23", "Mencap","Charity. Charity for people with a learning disability and their families. Local authority funding cut: £17,212. Details: Received £17,212 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CW","","","2011","10","23", "Supported Community Business","Charity. Provides a therapeutic workshop where people with special needs and/or learning difficulties can experience real work tasks in a controlled and supportive environment. The long-term aim is to enable service users to progress to supported employment and ultimately open employment. Local authority funding cut: £13,438. Details: Received £13,438 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CW","","","2011","10","23", "Vision Support","Charity. Vision Support is a regional charity providing local support and services to people of all ages living with a vision impairment in Cheshire and North Wales. Local authority funding cut: £1,000. Details: Received £8,850 in 2010/11; cut by £1,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","WA","","","2011","10","23", "Oldham Personal Advocacy Ltd (OPAL)","Charity. Helps people who have learning disabilities by running an advocacy service and other projects. Funding for health club. Local authority funding cut: £9,953. Details: Received £9,953 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Creative Support","Charity. Provider of person centred social care services for people with learning disabilities, mental health and other needs.Local authority funding cut: £21,953. Details: Received £222,000 in 2010/11; cut by £21,953 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Crossroads","Charity. Affected funding is for disability respite services. Local authority funding cut: £15,000. Details: Received a total of £215,000 in 2010/11; cut by £15,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Action for the Blind","Charity. Provides practical help and support to blind and partially sighted people of all ages. Local authority funding cut: £37,000. Details: Received £75,000 in 2010/11; cut by £37,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","WA","","","2011","10","23", "Crossroads","Charity. Short break and domiciliary/personal care service to families with children with disabilities both in the family home and in the community as required. Local authority funding cut: £20,000. Details: Received £57,000 in 2010/11; cut by £20,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","WA","","","2011","10","23", "DASH / Shopmobility","Charity. Funded jointly. DASH provides information and advice on a wide range of subjects to anyone with an interest in a disability related subject. Shopmobility provides wheelchairs and scooters on loan to adults and children with mobility impairments. Local authority funding cut: £37,000. Details: Received £135,000 in 2010/11; cut by £37,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","WA","","","2011","10","23", "Deafness Resource Centre","Charity. Provides services that aim to empower, support and enhance the quality of life of deaf people.Local authority funding cut: £16,000. Details: Received £133,000 in 2010/11; cut by £16,000 in 2010/11.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","WA","","","2011","10","23", "Mencap","Charity. Learning disability charity. Local authority funding cut: £1,000. Details: Received £8,000 in 2010/11; cut by £1,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","WA","","","2011","10","23", "St Helens Coalition of Disabled People","Charity. Funds a variety of services including advocacy, day break, mental health, people living with a learning disability.Local authority funding cut: £48,000. Details: Received £390,000 in 2010/11; cut by £48,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","WA","","","2011","10","23", "ASGMA","Charity. Activities for autistic young people to give their families a break. Local authority funding cut: £1,040. Details: Received £10,404 in 2010/11; cut by £1,040 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SK","","","2011","10","23", "Disability Stockport","Charity. Saturday Plus - Free day places on a Saturday offering a range of activities for people with disabilities. The service is designed to support both people with a disability and their carers and can be accessed at short notice. The service has been developed in response to expressed need from the charity's Summer Saturdays Service. Includes transport and free lunch. Local authority funding cut: £2,896. Details: Received £21,055 in 2010/11; cut by £2,896 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SK","","","2011","10","23", "Stockport Cerebral Palsy Society","Charity. Funding for the Sharecare project, which provides out of school activities for children and young people aged 5-18, enabling them to enjoy activities in a positive atmosphere and allowing parents and carers to enjoy some 'time out' other than during schools hours.Local authority funding cut: £109,736. Details: Received £109,736 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 due to cuts to the Children's Fund ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SK","","","2011","10","23", "Canterbury & Herne Bay Shopmobility","Charity. Provides electric scooters and wheelchairs and manual wheelchairs on an hourly, daily or weekly basis for anyone with a mobility problem or impairment, whether temporary or permanent.Local authority funding cut: £4,000. Details: Received £8,000 in 2010/11; cut by £4,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CT","","","2011","10","23", "Banbury Talking Newspaper Association","Charity. Provide a audio service of local news to those who cannot read it for themselves.,Local authority funding cut: £750,. Details: Received £750 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Oxfordshire Association For The Blind","Charity. Oxfordshire's service for people who are visually impaired, partially sighted or blind.Local authority funding cut: £3,000. Details: Received £3,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Kingsley Village Centre","Charity. The Kingsley Organisation supports disabled people towards the pursuit of their ambitions by valuing each person as an individual and recognising the power of opportunity and choice. The Centre provides a number of services for the whole community, with people with disabilities participating in providing all of them.Local authority funding cut: £2,960. Details: Received £14,800 in 2010/11; cut by £2,960 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GU","","","2011","10","23", "Age Concern Surrey","Charity. Funding for Shopmobility. Local authority funding cut: £1,742. Details: Received £34,840 in 2010/11; cut by £1,742 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GU","","","2011","10","23", "Avenues Trust","Charity. Provision of short breaks for children with disabilities. Local authority funding cut: £10,000. Details: Received £25,000 in 2010/11; cut by £10,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","ME","","","2011","10","23", "Borden Riding School","Charity. Provision of short breaks for children with disabilities. Local authority funding cut: £1,160. Details: Received £11,160 in 2010/11; cut by £1,160 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","ME","","","2011","10","23", "Casa Support","Charity. Provides both accommodation-based and floating support. Funding cancelled for learning disability support; slight reduction for women's refuge. Local authority funding cut: £29,912.38. Details: Received a total of £163,493.28 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £29,912.38 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","ME","","","2011","10","23", "Crossroads","Charity. Provision of short breaks for children with disabilities. Local authority funding cut: £36,700. Details: Received £141,700 in 2010/11; cut by £36,700 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","ME","","","2011","10","23", "Demelza Hospice","Charity. Provision of short breaks for children with disabilities. Local authority funding cut: £14,600. Details: Received £39,600 in 2010/11; cut by £14,600 in 2011/12. Cut is to Aiming High funding. Basic grant remains the same (value unknown).","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","ME","","","2011","10","23", "Down Syndrome Education International","Charity. Works throughout the UK and around the world to improve education for young people with Down syndrome through scientific research and global information and advice services. Local authority funding cut: £22,000. Details: Received £22,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","PO","","","2011","10","23", "Dyslexia Institute","Charity. Provides a wide range of services to people of all ages who have dyslexia and struggle with literacy. Local authority funding cut: £45,000. Details: Received £45,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","PO","","","2011","10","23", "Portsmouth Disability Forum","Charity. Local lobbying and campaigning group on disability issues. Local authority funding cut: £2,500. Details: Received a total of £24,276 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £2,500 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","PO","","","2011","10","23", "Southampton Centre for Independent Living","Charity. Organisation run and controlled by disabled people committed to campaigning for the full civil rights of disabled people. Funding towards rent and rates. Local authority funding cut: £1,010. Details: Received £10,105 in 2010/11; cut by £1,010 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SO","","","2011","10","23", "Southampton Voluntary Services Shopmobility","Charity. Funding towards the salaries of the Shopmobility Co-ordinator, Assistant Co-ordinator and Office Assistant which make up the bulk of the running costs of the project.Local authority funding cut: £7,774. Details: Received £53,774 in 2010/11; cut by £7,774 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SO","","","2011","10","23", "Staines Shopmobility","Charity. Staines Shopmobility has a wide selection of mobility equipment to enable visitors to access shops, restaurants and other town centre facilities. Escorted shopping for visually impaired people; holiday hire scheme; information on products and services. Available to anyone with a permanent or temporary disability who needs assistance. Around half the users are Spelthorne residents, the remainder visitors to the borough.Local authority funding cut: £15,700. Details: Received £30,000 in 2010/11; cut by £15,700 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TW","","","2011","10","23", "Family Centre (Deaf Children)","Charity. Brings together families living with deafness through organised children’s activities and family sessions. Local authority funding cut: £10,000. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Somali Disabled & Elderly Association","Charity. Principal care agency that provides domiciliary care and support to service users of all groups and ethnicities so they can live independently in their own homes. Local authority funding cut: £2,500. Details: Received £2,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "West of England Centre for Inclusive Living (WECIL)","Charity. Provides services that aim to empower disabled people, giving them the opportunity to gain choice and control over their lives and live independently. Funding for Disability Information Advice Service.Local authority funding cut: £4,250. Details: Received £60,600 in 2010/11; cut by £4,250 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Living Options Devon","Charity. User-led organisation which exists to ensure people with physical and/or sensory disabilities and Deaf people with sign language can make an active and equal contribution in society. Local authority funding cut: £28,000. Details: Received £362,000 in 2010/11; cut by £28,000 in 2011/12. 2010/11 figure represents full-year value of advocacy contract.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","EX","","","2011","10","23", "PLUSS","Charity. Social enterprise that supports disabled people to achieve work and a career. Includes core supported employment funding, and Teignbridge supported employment contract.Local authority funding cut: £432,000. Details: Received a total of £1,288,000 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £432,000 in 2011/12.Teignbridge contract is being terminated during 2011/12. Excludes funding for mental health supported employment, which is via a consortium but is not being cut.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","EX","","","2011","10","23", "Forest Pulse","Charity. Supports families living in the Forest of Dean who have a child with disabilities. Local authority funding cut: £32,685.2. Details: Received £40,856.40 in 2010/11; cut by £32,685.20 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Gloucester Dial-a-Ride","Charity. Door-to-door bus service for people in Gloucester unable to use public transport. Local authority funding cut: £5,835.6. Details: Received £58,356 in 2010/11; cut by £5,835.60 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Newent Dial-a-Ride","Charity. Provides door-to-door transport for disabled and elderly/frail people who may have difficulty using public transport or travelling by car. Local authority funding cut: £8,110. Details: Received £81,100 in 2010/11; cut by £8,110 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Stroud Ring & Ride","Charity. Runs minibuses adapted to carry wheelchairs for severely handicapped passengers in the Stroud & Dursley area as well as a vehicle converted to carry one wheelchair and three passengers. Local authority funding cut: £5,902.7. Details: Received £59,027 in 2010/11; cut by £5,902.70 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "The Spring Centre","Charity. Provides care and support to children and young people with disabilities and their families from across Gloucestershire. Local authority funding cut: £19,060.8. Details: Received £23,826 in 2010/11; cut by £19,060.80 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Mencap","Charity. Charity for people with a learning disability and their families. Local authority funding cut: £91,241.24. Details: Received £382,829.10 in 2010/11; cut by £91,241.24 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "National Autistic Society","Charity. Providing support for people with learning difficulties. Local authority funding cut: £11,473.45. Details: Received £30,244.88 in 2010/11; cut by £11,473.45 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "PLUSS","Charity. Offers employment, development and training opportunities for people who have disabilities.Local authority funding cut: £113,000. Details: Received £448,000 in 2010/11; cut by £38,000 in 2011/12, a further £38,000 in 2012/13, and a further £37,000 in 2013/14.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Action for Blind People","Charity. Rehabilitation and equipment for visually impaired adults, and emotional support service.Local authority funding cut: £24,281. Details: Received a total of £99,281 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £24,281 in 2011/12.Funding for the rehabilitation and equipment service is being reduced; funding for the emotional support service, worth £14k in 2010/11, is being cancelled having previously been funded for a fixed period using short term grant money from social care Transition Grant.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Living","Charity. Advice and demonstration of equipment for disabled people. Local authority funding cut: £11,435. Details: Received £44,435 in 2010/11; cut by £11,435 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Mencap","Charity. Mencap Pathway - aims to give people with a learning disability equal opportunities to get and keep rewarding jobs that match their individual needs and preferences. Local authority funding cut: £7,808. Details: Received £42,808 in 2010/11; cut by £7,808 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Action for Blind People","Charity. Funding for information and advice, plus Concept Flex project offering work opportunities to blind and partially sighted people.Local authority funding cut: £30,875. Details: Received a total of £52,125 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £30,875 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund. Concept Flex funding ended; information and advice funding slightly reduced. Majority of reduction due to cuts to WNF.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Birmingham Disability Consortium","Charity. Funding for disability employment support services. Local authority funding cut: £2,543,503. Details: Received a total of £2,543,503 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Birmingham Disability Resource Centre","Charity. Affected funding is for translation and formatting social enterprise, and Birmingham Disability Network.Local authority funding cut: £60,000. Details: Received a total of £170,766 in 2010/11; cut by £60,000 in 2011/12. Affected funding streams have ended. Figures exclude reductions due to performance levels.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Cerebral Palsy Midlands","Charity. Runs person centred core projects to provide support to people with cerebral palsy. Local authority funding cut: £59,875. Details: Received a total of £81,125 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £59,875 in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund. Majority of funding reduction is due to cuts to WNF.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Greenhat Interactive","Charity. Works to facilitate independence and access to sustainable employment for people with disabilities. Local authority funding cut: £29,911. Details: Received £29,911 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "KIDS West Midlands","Charity. Affected funding is for childminding inclusion project. Local authority funding cut: £17,137. Details: Received a total of £311,000 in 2010/11; cut by £17,137 in 2011/12. Early years short breaks funding unaffected. Figures exclude funding that has yet to be finalised for 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Norman Laud Association Nursery","Charity. Provides a specialist educational service for 0-5 year olds, many of whom have profound learning difficulties and a diverse range of disabilities.Local authority funding cut: £10,000. Details: Received £21,000 in 2010/11; cut by £10,000 in 2011/12. Decommissioned from July 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Queen Alexandra College","Charity. National college for people aged 16+ with visual impairment and other disabilities. Local authority funding cut: £32,308. Details: Received a total of £32,308 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Changing our Lives","Charity. Supports people with learning disabilities of all ages to speak up for their rights and take control of their lives. Local authority funding cut: £1,999. Details: Received £29,599 in 2010/11; cut by £15,799 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Children's Fund ABG.2011/12 figure represents six months' funding prior to re-tender; expected full-year contract value of £27,600 used to calculate funding reduction.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Dimensions","Charity. Provides services for people of all ages with learning disabilities or autism. Local authority funding cut: £77,000. Details: Received £141,647 in 2010/11; cut by £38,500 in 2011/12, and by a further £38,500 in 2012/13 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Idea for All","Charity. Provides a range of social and healthcare services to support disabled people, carers and disadvantaged groups, to learn new skills and live as independently as possible.Local authority funding cut: £12,000. Details: Received £20,000 in 2010/11; cut by £16,000 in 2011/12 following cuts to Positive Activities for Young People ABG.2011/12 figure represents six months' funding prior to re-tender; expected full-year contract value of £8,000 used to calculate funding reduction. One project element has ended.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Sandwell Community Caring Trust","Charity. Residential care for adults with physical and learning disabilities. Local authority funding cut: £156,707. Details: Received £522,362 in 2010/11; cut by £78,376 in 2011/12, and by a further £78,331 in 2012/13 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Scope","Charity. Funding for face2face, a network of trained volunteer befrienders who can support other parents of disabled children.Local authority funding cut: £3,955. Details: Received £35,401 in 2010/11; cut by £19,678 in 2011/12.2011/12 figure represents six months' funding prior to re-tender; expected full-year contract value of £31,446 used to calculate funding reduction.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "bid services","Charity. Works with deaf, deafened, hard of hearing and physically and sensory disabled people. Funding for physical and sensory floating services.Local authority funding cut: £8,161.5. Details: Received £81,615 in 2010/11; cut by £8,161.50 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CV","","","2011","10","23", "Council of Disabled People","Charity. Encourages the inclusion of Disabled people in the general community and provides services directly to Disabled people. Local authority funding cut: £9,000. Details: Received £19,000 in 2010/11; cut by £9,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CV","","","2011","10","23", "Disabilities Trust","Charity. National charity providing care, rehabilitation and support for people with complex disabilities.Local authority funding cut: £54,620. Details: Received £188,720 in 2010/11; cut by £54,620 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Speaking Up","Charity. Provides one-to-one advocacy for people with a learning disability. Local authority funding cut: £16,660. Details: Received a total of £140,223 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £16,660 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "DIAL","Charity. DIAL is Doncaster’s only Disability Advisory Service providing information, advice and support for all disabled people, and people with chronic illness. This service is carried out by a telephone helpline, office appointments, outreach surgeries or home visits.Local authority funding cut: £5,670. Details: Received £113,350 in 2010/11; cut by £5,670 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DN","","","2011","10","23", "Asperger's Children and Carers Together","Charity. Parent-led support group for children and families affected by Asperger’s syndrome. Funded under special needs inclusion playcare services. Local authority funding cut: £49,894. Details: Received £49,894 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Aiming High.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Autism Plus","Charity. Provides services to adults and children with autistic spectrum disorders, learning disabilities and mental health difficulties. Funded under special inclusion playcare services and short breaks.Local authority funding cut: £131,529.97. Details: Received £202,993.97 in 2010/11; cut by £131,529.97 in 2011/12 following cuts to Aiming High.Excludes Future:Framework Provision, which has yet to be allocated for 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Bridge Employment","Charity. Helps people with learning disabilities, mental health problems and other disabilities to find work and to stay in work.Local authority funding cut: £4,315. Details: Received £57,530 in 2010/11; cut by £4,315 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Enable Sheffield","Charity. Offers support and encouragement in living, social and practical skills to enable people with learning and physical disabilities to enjoy independent lifestyles. Funding for carers and day time activities.Local authority funding cut: £4,247. Details: Received a total of £56,634 in 2010/11; cut by £4,247 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "National Autistic Society","Charity. Providing support for people with learning difficulties. Local authority funding cut: £419,000. Details: Received £977,633 in 2010/11; cut by £419,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Shopmobility","Charity. Scootas and wheelchairs available for sale or loan. Local authority funding cut: £2,045. Details: Received £20,450 in 2010/11; cut by £2,045 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Speaking Up","Charity. Provides one-to-one advocacy for people with a learning disability. Funding for short breaks, self-advocacy, and general advocacy.Local authority funding cut: £47,538. Details: Received a total of £154,461 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £47,538 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "St Bartholomew's","Charity. Contact group for people with mental health problems, learning disabilities and who are socially isolated.Local authority funding cut: £1,725. Details: Received £28,744 in 2010/11; cut by £1,725 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Coalfields Regeneration Trust","Charity. Independent regeneration organisation that aims to make coalfields sustainable, prosperous, viable and cohesive without support. Local authority funding cut: £138,069. Details: Received £138,069 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Leicestershire Education Business Company","Charity. Work-related learning, and young apprenticeships. Local authority funding cut: £368,865. Details: Received a total of £387,590 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £368,865 in 2011/12. Young apprenticeships funding reduced; work-related learning funding cancelled.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","LE","","","2011","10","23", "Business in the Community","Charity. This project will support disadvantaged communties in Northamptonshire by raising the quality and extent of business engagement in the county. Through this project BITC will engage local businesses in its established programmes and campaigns. Local authority funding cut: £23,695. Details: Received £46,664 in 2010/11; cut by £23,695 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Kick Start Norfolk","Charity. Moped loan scheme to aid work and training opportunities in rural areas. Local authority funding cut: £14,076. Details: Received a total of £14,076 as rate relief in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NR","","","2011","10","23", "NWES","Charity. Offers a range of business support covering finance, advice, training and premises in the East of England aimed at anyone who would like help and support in starting or growing a business.Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Details: Received £5,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NR","","","2011","10","23", "Wayland Partnership","Charity. Development trust for the town of Wayland. Local authority funding cut: £8,881. Details: Received a total of £8,881 as rate relief in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NR","","","2011","10","23", "The Learning Partnership","Charity. To target and recruit reluctant, vulnerable and disadvantaged learners through job and skills development roadshows. Funded through the East of England Development Agency Economic Participation Programme.Local authority funding cut: £30,000. Details: Received £30,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Inspire","Charity. Education Business Partnership - NEET Engagement and Vocational Training Programme, engaging and supporting 140 young people in training and development, and supporting 60 from NEET to EET outcomes.Local authority funding cut: £418,503.57. Details: Received £418,503.57 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Interlink","Charity. The project will deliver a local training and employment support offer for Charedi men, a business plan setting out a sustainable model for employment support and a capacity building programme delivered for local providers.Local authority funding cut: £124,953.87. Details: Received £124,953.87 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Volunteer Centre for Hackney","Charity. Enhances employability skills in 100 volunteers registering with the Volunteer Centre Hackney. Local authority funding cut: £73,709.71. Details: Received £73,709.71 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Visit London","Charity. Promote tourism across London. Local authority funding cut: £62,500. Details: Received £100,000 in 2010/11; cut by £62,500 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Barnabas Workshops","Charity. Registered charity offering a job brokerage and recruitment service which includes employability support to jobseekers and help with recruitment for employers. Offers professional support in career advice and personal development. Local authority funding cut: £1,355. Details: Received £27,100 in 2010/11; cut by £1,355 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","IG","","","2011","10","23", "CALM","Charity. Funding is Third Sector Worklessness Allocation to deliver employability engagement. Local authority funding cut: £19,960. Details: Received £29,920 in 2010/11; cut by £19,960 in 2011/12. Six-month Third Sector Worklessness Allocation funding ahead of a review of the funding stream.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TS","","","2011","10","23", "Centre for Public Innovation","Charity. The Centre for Public Innovation supports the development of innovation and outcomes in health, social care and criminal justice.Local authority funding cut: £7,500. Details: Received £7,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TS","","","2011","10","23", "Doorways","Charity. Help and support to people aged 13-25 living in and around Saltburn. Funding is Third Sector Worklessness Allocation to deliver employability engagement. Local authority funding cut: £12,995. Details: Received £18,491 in 2010/11; cut by £12,995 in 2011/12. Six-month Third Sector Worklessness Allocation funding ahead of a review of the funding stream.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TS","","","2011","10","23", "Tees Valley Rural Community Council","Charity. Works towards the social economic and environmental well-being of rural communities in the Tees Valley. Part of the council's funding is Third Sector Worklessness Allocation to deliver employability engagement. Local authority funding cut: £66,584. Details: Received a total of £83,815 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £66,584 in 2011/12.Of the 2011/12 funding, £5,250 is under a six-month transitional/review fund, while £11,981 is six-month Third Sector Worklessness Allocation funding ahead of a review of the funding stream.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TS","","","2011","10","23", "Accent Regeneration & Community Partnerships","Charity. Engagement, capacity building, learning, skills, jobs, enterprise initiatives and environmental improvements for Accent Group residents.Local authority funding cut: £37,968. Details: Received £99,389 in 2010/11; cut by £37,968 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Future Jobs Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Bacup Consortium Trust","Charity. Aims to contribute to the regeneration of Bacup through the development of social enterprises and the development of skills among the community. Local authority funding cut: £12,000. Details: Received £12,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Future Jobs Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Bootstraps","Charity. Works to empower individuals and communities to take control of their lives and make the most of their potential. Funding for a variety of projects, plus the Future Jobs Fund.Local authority funding cut: £453,568.86. Details: Received a total of £775,820.80 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £453,568.86 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund, Future Jobs Fund and Local Enterprise Growth Initiative. Majority of the reduction is due to cuts to FJF and ABGs.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "CANWe Solutions","Charity. Funding for the Resolve 180 project, which supports adults who are reluctant to access traditional services for learning or employment, plus funding under the Future Jobs Fund.Local authority funding cut: £168,988.37. Details: Received a total of £177,120.85 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £168,988.37 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund and Future Jobs Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Community & Business Partners","Charity. Works to engage the private sector in contributing to the development of the area's future. Includes funding for the Job Ticker and Strong and Confident Communities projects. Local authority funding cut: £488,259. Details: Received a total of £488,259 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund and Local Enterprise Growth Initiative ABGs.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Inward House","Charity. Evolve Workroutes project, working with people with substance misuse problems to support their reintegration back into society with a focus on returning to paid employment, volunteering or education.Local authority funding cut: £56,726. Details: Received £56,726 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Stable Trading","Charity. Social enterprise committed to developing vocational and non-vocational accredited learning for anyone interested in further learning. Local authority funding cut: £89,786.82. Details: Received £160,557.36 in 2010/11; cut by £89,786.82 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Future Jobs Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Training 2000","Charity. Independent work based learning provider of training courses. Funding for the Impact and Right Choice projects. Local authority funding cut: £268,400. Details: Received a total of £268,400 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Borders Social Enterprise","Charity. Sets up business-led social enterprises which help to create original work and training opportunities for people who may be excluded from open employment opportunities.,Local authority funding cut: £848,. Details: Received £848 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CA","","","2011","10","23", "Business & Arts North West","Charity. Brings business skills and experience to the arts and museums in ways that are beneficial both to business and to the arts and museums.,Local authority funding cut: £867,. Details: Received £867 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CW","","","2011","10","23", "Cheshire & Warrington Enterprise Commission","Charity. Sub-regional partnership for economic development in Cheshire and Warrington. Local authority funding cut: £24,000. Details: Received £24,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CW","","","2011","10","23", "Home Group","Charity. Provider of affordable and supported housing. Local authority funding cut: £50,000. Details: Received £50,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhood Fund and the Future Jobs Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CA","","","2011","10","23", "Phoenix Enterprise Centre","Charity. Counselling support for young people. Local authority funding cut: £60,000. Details: Received £60,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Future Jobs Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CA","","","2011","10","23", "Highway to Opportunities","Charity. Provides careers-based information, advice and guidance through qualified careers advisers.Local authority funding cut: £115,520. Details: Received a total of £115,520 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Oldham Credit Union","Charity. Credit union. Local authority funding cut: £19,000. Details: Received £69,000 in 2010/11; cut by £19,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "The Enterprise Centre","Charity. Social enterprise that develops enterprising cultures within communities. Local authority funding cut: £69,335. Details: Received £69,335 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Upturn Enterprises","Charity. Social enterprise providing a range of marketing, project development and training services centred around regeneration, social inclusion and economic development.Local authority funding cut: £106,500. Details: Received £106,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Accent Community Partnerships","Charity. Elevate YouthBuild project, which aims to empower socially excluded young people by encouraging them to undertake vocational training.Local authority funding cut: £5,150. Details: Received £5,150 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Bodies in Motion","Charity. Non-profit organisation aiming to address issues of social cohesion and health in Pendle. Funding was for work getting people into education and training. Local authority funding cut: £15,450. Details: Received £15,450 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Community Cohesion ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Brierfield Action in the Community","Charity. Projects to develop employability and skills. Local authority funding cut: £56,650. Details: Received £56,650 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund. Excludes Preventing Violent Extremism funding.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Diocesan Board","Charity. Adult training. Local authority funding cut: £10,300. Details: Received £10,300 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "DK Lorien","Charity. IMPACT project to move residents of Pendle who are in receipt of benefits (or unemployed) and who have social issues towards and into sustainable employment. Local authority funding cut: £25,750. Details: Received £25,750 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "East Lancs Into Employment","Charity. Pendle New Steps - project to help people with disabilities or health issues, providing business and personal skills enabling them to set up their own business.Local authority funding cut: £26,144. Details: Received £26,144 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Enterprising Pendle","Charity. Offers support/mentorship to people and groups who have an idea for a new business, an existing business or a community enterprise.Local authority funding cut: £45,000. Details: Received £45,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Open Door Café","Charity. Adult training. Local authority funding cut: £10,300. Details: Received £10,300 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Southfield Community Action Forum","Charity. Adult training. Local authority funding cut: £11,090. Details: Received £11,090 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Opportunities Shop","Charity. Employment support. Local authority funding cut: £69,300. Details: Received £69,300 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","L","","","2011","10","23", "South Sefton Development Trust","Charity. Funding was for delivery of business start up support to individuals looking to start a new social enterprise business in Linacre and Derby wards. Local authority funding cut: £98,250. Details: Received £98,250 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 due to cuts to Local Enterprise Growth Inititiative ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","L","","","2011","10","23", "Berks, Bucks & Oxon Food Group","Charity. Community interest company promoting the production and consumption of locally produced foods. Local authority funding cut: £1,500. Details: Received £1,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "1066 Enterprise","Charity. Business support arm of the Hastings area Chamber of Commerce. Local authority funding cut: £5,331. Details: Received a total of £57,764 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £5,331 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TN","","","2011","10","23", "Hastings Trust","Charity. Funding for Employability Through Experience programme, and vocational and life skills training.Local authority funding cut: £30,778. Details: Received a total of £108,549 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £30,778 in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.Largely consists of £45,549 cut to Area Based Grant for Employability Through Experience programme. Figures take account of £20,000 of new funding for building refurbishment.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TN","","","2011","10","23", "TWICS","Charity. Specialises in offering training programmes to help the less advantaged back to work. Funding towards staff costs. Local authority funding cut: £3,981. Details: Received £39,810 in 2010/11; cut by £3,981 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SO","","","2011","10","23", "Enterprise First","Charity. Assists start up businesses. Local authority funding cut: £4,658. Details: Received £4,658 in 20101/11; no funding in 2011/12. Waverley's grant is 1.6% of Enterprise First's overall income.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GU","","","2011","10","23", "EDEAL","Charity. Not-for-profit enterprise agency providing impartial business advice. Local authority funding cut: £2,000. Details: Received £6,000 in 2010/11; cut by £2,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BN","","","2011","10","23", "Corsham Area Development Board","Charity. Provision of tourist information centre services. Local authority funding cut: £12,500. Details: Received £25,000 in 2010/11; cut by £12,500 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SN","","","2011","10","23", "BEST Network","Charity. Represents a consortium of over 60 charities and nfp organisations delivering training services and employment skills provision across Birmingham. Includes funding for targeted employment support including carers and ex-offenders, and English language support.Local authority funding cut: £812,785. Details: Received a total of £812,785 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "BITA Pathways","Charity. Unemployed training scheme. Local authority funding cut: £30,000. Details: Received a total of £101,768 in 2010/11; cut by £30,000 in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund. Core funding unaffected.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Bloomsbury Cyber Junction","Charity. Funding for Hair Cutz NEET training scheme and Bloomsbury News scheme. Local authority funding cut: £39,910. Details: Received a total of £39,910 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund. Excludes WNF pilot project funding.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "CEMSO","Charity. Funding for Creative Employment scheme. Local authority funding cut: £30,000. Details: Received £30,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Community Education Association of Ladywood (CEAL)","Charity. Funding for Parents as Social Entrepreneurs scheme. Local authority funding cut: £30,000. Details: Received £30,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Cotteridge Traders Association","Charity. Funding for Shop Local/Love Cotteridge scheme. Local authority funding cut: £1,337. Details: Received £1,337 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Employment Needs Training Agency (ENTA)","Charity. Funding for employment support for alcohol misusers and ex-offenders, lone parent employment support, halal kitchen, and core activities.Local authority funding cut: £861,335. Details: Received a total of £873,535 in 2010/11; cut by £861,335 in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund. Core funding unaffected. Funding for other services ended.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Erdington Town Centre Partnership","Charity. Funding for Edible Erdington project. Local authority funding cut: £8,925. Details: Received £8,925 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "ISE","Charity. Project to develop a brokerage service between purchaser and provider to support the growth of social enterprises working in Birmingham. Local authority funding cut: £273,101. Details: Received £273,101 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Jericho Foundation","Charity. Works with disadvantaged individuals and helps them overcome barriers and become fulfilled, skilled and employed. Funding for community wood recycling, community charity store, employment support for carers, and intermediate labour market activity.Local authority funding cut: £980,120. Details: Received a total of £980,120 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund. Excludes WNF pilot project funding.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Merlin Venture","Charity. Funding for intermediate labour market programme, supporting people by providing them with up to six months of work experience placements.Local authority funding cut: £841,845. Details: Received £841,845 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Access to Business","Charity. Not-for-profit voluntary organisation providing pathways into work related services for unemployed people, with a particular emphasis on supporting people with disabilities/those with health problems.Local authority funding cut: £70,000. Details: Received a total of £205,380 in 2010/11; cut by £70,000 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","WV","","","2011","10","23", "YMCA - Wolverhampton Project","Charity. Main affected funding is Future Jobs Fund grant. Local authority funding cut: £357,750. Details: Received a total of £755,747 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £357,750 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Future Jobs Fund scheme and Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","WV","","","2011","10","23", "Cudworth & West Green Enterprise","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £10,000. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Centre for Full Employment","Charity. Not-for-profit employment company offering services to employers and jobseekers. Local authority funding cut: £635,000. Details: Received £635,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Future Jobs Fund.Excludes ERDF funding, which is an EU grant stream.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Places for People","Charity. Not-for-dividend property management, development and regeneration company. Profits are reinvested into the business.Local authority funding cut: £239,505.23. Details: Received a total of £708,114.23 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £239,505.23 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Future Jobs Fund and Supporting People.Funding reduction overwhelmingly due to ending of Future Jobs Fund, worth £222,250 in 2010/11. Excludes Disadvantaged Area Fund, which has yet to be allocated for 2011/12. Funding for floating support service for refugees has been maintained at 2010/11 levels. Figures exclude contract to be re-tendered in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "The Source","Charity. Skills academy, training and development centre.Local authority funding cut: £381,000. Details: Received £381,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Future Jobs Fund.Excludes Disadvantaged Area Fund and Vocational Skills Programme, which have yet to be allocated for 2011/12, and ERDF funding, which is an EU grant stream.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Voluntary Action Leicester","Charity. Funding for the school choice advisors scheme. Local authority funding cut: £48,000. Details: Received £48,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","LE","","","2011","10","23", "Literacy Volunteers in Nottinghamshire Schools","Charity. Provide trained and supported volunteers who make reading and communicating enjoyable to those at risk of disengaging from education. Local authority funding cut: £2,035. Details: Received £15,375 in 2010/11; cut by £2,035 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Young Enterprise","Charity. Provides school students the opportunity to set up and run a business for one academic year. Local authority funding cut: £2,000. Details: Received £2,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NR","","","2011","10","23", "Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Learning Trust","Charity. CPLT is a charitable organisation working in the county to improve learning opportunities. Local authority funding cut: £225,000. Details: Received £225,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Investing in Communities programme funded by EEDA.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CB","","","2011","10","23", "Herts Care Trust","Charity. The project provides vocational and life skills training for young people who have not succeeded in a traditional educational environment because of learning disabilities or challenging behaviour. The withdrawn funding was towards a workshop tutor for the Wheels Community Youth Project. Local authority funding cut: £8,505. Details: Received a total of £17,417 in 2010/11; cut by £8,505 in 2011/12.The charity's grant has been withdrawn, but council rent in kind payments will continue. The council's EIA says: 'If alternative funding cannot be found, there is a potential impact on disadvantaged children and young people in Stevenage. However, Herts Care Trust would be able to continue with other services.'","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "The Learning Trust","Charity. Funded four projects: Developing Role Models Through Learning Mentors; supplementary schools; Developing Parental Involvement; and academic mentoring programme for students in Key Stages 1, 2 and 3.Local authority funding cut: £624,998.26. Details: Received a total of £624,998.26 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Consortium of Anti-Racist, Refugee and Minority Ethnic Associations (CARRAMEA)","Charity. Funding for Computer Skills for the Community project. Local authority funding cut: £2,078. Details: Received £2,283 in 2010/11; cut by £2,078 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents one month payment for April 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","HA","","","2011","10","23", "Navalar Tamil School","Charity. Tamil language and fine art school. Local authority funding cut: £2,750. Details: Received £3,000 in 2010/11; cut by £2,750 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents one month payment for April 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","HA","","","2011","10","23", "Sai School of Harrow","Charity. Funding for Sai Citizens community work programme. Local authority funding cut: £2,062. Details: Received £2,250 in 2010/11; cut by £2,062 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents one month payment for April 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","HA","","","2011","10","23", "Hillingdon Chinese School","Charity. Delivers Mandarin classes to students, and ESOL and support to newly arrived members of the Chinese community.Local authority funding cut: £3,000. Details: Received £3,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","UB","","","2011","10","23", "Action for Social Integration","Charity. Improve educational attainment of disadvantaged children and young people; and improve access to advice for BMER & migrant communities, in the fields of welfare rights, housing, immigration & asylum, health, education & employment.Local authority funding cut: £57,095.63. Details: Received a total of £91,353 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £57,095.63 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","N","","","2011","10","23", "Business in the Community","Charity. Improve educational attainment of disadvantaged children and young people. Local authority funding cut: £81,163.59. Details: Received £129,861.75 in 2010/11; cut by £81,163.59 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Ebony Education Community Interest Company","Charity. Improve educational attainment of disadvantaged children and young people. Local authority funding cut: £46,497.5. Details: Received £74,396 in 2010/11; cut by £46,497.50 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Motorvations Project Ltd","Charity. Improve educational attainment of disadvantaged children and young people. Local authority funding cut: £32,461.88. Details: Received £51,939 in 2010/11; cut by £32,461.88 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "My Voice London","Charity. Improve educational attainment of disadvantaged children and young people. Local authority funding cut: £81,374.53. Details: Received £130,199.25 in 2010/11; cut by £81,374.53 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Somali Youth Union in UK","Charity. Improve educational attainment of disadvantaged children and young people. Local authority funding cut: £33,638.59. Details: Received £53,821.75 in 2010/11; cut by £33,638.59 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Volunteer Reading Help","Charity. Improve educational attainment of disadvantaged children and young people. Local authority funding cut: £22,802.34. Details: Received £36,483.75 in 2010/11; cut by £22,802.34 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Forest Light Education Plus","Charity. Supplementary Saturday school for children and young people teaching maths, English and science.Local authority funding cut: £30,000. Details: Received £30,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Leytonstone Supplementary School","Charity. Provides extra tuition in maths, English and science on Saturday mornings for pupils aged 6-16.Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Details: Received £5,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Nexus Supplementary School","Charity. Provides supplementary education to children aged 5-13 years in areas such as numeracy and literacy, targeting those with special educational needs and ethnic minorities.Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Details: Received £5,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.Figures exclude £16,000 of 2010/11 funding under streams that have yet to be distributed for 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Fatima Women's Association","Charity. Works to increase opportunities for personal and social development for girls and women, increasing their prospect of educational success through training sessions and courses.Local authority funding cut: £4,370. Details: Received a total of £22,370 in 2010/11; cut by £4,370 in 2011/12. Figures exclude one-off capital grants under Neighbourhood Learning in Deprived Communities and Health & Happiness.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Threshold Housing Project","Charity. Support and housing opportunities for homeless and vulnerable people. Funding for Learn2Cook programme, which helps people gain access to education, training and work through the medium of cooking.Local authority funding cut: £8,850. Details: Received £8,850 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Young Enterprise North West","Charity. Local division of the national education charity forging links between schools and industry. Local authority funding cut: £18,400. Details: Received £18,400 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Family Info Link / Together Trust","Charity. Choice advice for parents re admissions to schools. Local authority funding cut: £28,000. Details: Received £28,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 due to cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SK","","","2011","10","23", "TRAX Motor Project","Charity. TRAX is a motor project based in Oxford that works all over Oxfordshire. We provide a range of mechanical and practical based courses for young people aged 13-21. All of our courses include issue-based group work, team-building, social skills and 1-1 sessions. We run City & Guilds, AQA and Entry Level qualifications. Funding was awarded to divert young people away from crime and anti-social behaviour.Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Details: Received £5,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Learning Links","Charity. Works with young people and adults to help individuals overcome barriers, gain education, training and/or get into work through a range of services and resources.Local authority funding cut: £6,000. Details: Received £6,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","PO","","","2011","10","23", "Countryside Education Trust","Charity. Providing day, residential and community activities and courses for students and residents.Local authority funding cut: £7,269. Details: Received £7,269 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SO","","","2011","10","23", "Intech","Charity. Interactive science and technology centre. Funding towards free entry for school groups from Southampton. Local authority funding cut: £10,235. Details: Received £10,235 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SO","","","2011","10","23", "Marwell Education Service","Charity. Education department of Marwell wildlife park. Funding towards the salary budget for Education Coordinators and Education Officers and to the running costs of the service. Local authority funding cut: £7,269. Details: Received £7,269 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SO","","","2011","10","23", "Birmingham Chinese School","Charity. Chinese (Cantonese) language school for school age children serving Birmingham and surrounding areas. Local authority funding cut: £39,136. Details: Received a total of £39,136 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund. Majority of the reduction is due to cuts to WNF. Remaining service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "The EDGE Partnership of Schools in Birmingham","Charity. Partnership of ten schools in the south west of Birmingham. Registered charity. Funding for youth community ambassadors and diffusing best practice. Local authority funding cut: £39,550. Details: Received a total of £39,550 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Young Enterprise West Midlands","Charity. Funding for Young Enterprise at The Pump. Local authority funding cut: £22,546. Details: Received £22,546 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Young Enterprise","Charity. Provides school students the opportunity to set up and run a business for one academic year. Local authority funding cut: £2,500. Details: Received £5,000 in 2010/11; cut by £2,500 in 2011/12. ","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","HR","","","2011","10","23", "Oaks Millennium Technology Initiative","Charity. Local computer drop-in centre offering free tuition. Local authority funding cut: £8,000. Details: Received £40,000 in 2010/11; cut by £8,000 in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Chinese School Association","Charity. Community language school. The funding also pays for community lettings. Local authority funding cut: £3,000. Details: Received £3,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DN","","","2011","10","23", "Doncaster Punjabi Association","Charity. Community language school. Local authority funding cut: £1,700. Details: Received £1,700 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.Doncaster Punjabi Education also receives the use of Carr House, which costs approx £1,300.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DN","","","2011","10","23", "Doncaster Urdu Class","Charity. Community language school. The funding also pays for community lettings. Local authority funding cut: £3,000. Details: Received £3,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DN","","","2011","10","23", "John Paul II Polish Language School","Charity. Community language school. The funding also pays for community lettings. Local authority funding cut: £3,000. Details: Received £3,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DN","","","2011","10","23", "Pakistani Cultural Centre","Charity. Community language school. The funding also pays for community lettings. Local authority funding cut: £3,000. Details: Received £3,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DN","","","2011","10","23", "United Multicultural Centre","Charity. Delivers training and builds on people's skills to build their confidence, enabling them to integrate into society.Local authority funding cut: £40,000. Details: Received £40,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Children's Fund ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Workers' Educational Association","Charity. Adult education college. Local authority funding cut: £4,950. Details: Received £4,950 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funding was routed from Yorkshire Forward via Rotherham council.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Fischer Education Project","Charity. Administers funding for projects provided by the Fischer Family Trust or through external funding from other sources. The Trust is mainly involved in undertaking and supporting projects addressing the development of education. Local authority funding cut: £4,116. Details: Received £4,116 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Languages Sheffield","Charity. Promotes the life-long learning of languages and the use of the city and region's community languages. Local authority funding cut: £1,917.18. Details: Received £25,562.45 in 2010/11; cut by £1,917.18 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Manor Training & Resource Centre Ltd","Charity. Adult education centre. Local authority funding cut: £7,053. Details: Received £7,353 in 2010/11; cut by £7,053 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Groundwork Creswell","Charity. Runs projects and services focused on the important issues in each community and designed to benefit both people and the wider environment. Local authority funding cut: £4,100. Details: Received £18,000 in 2010/11; cut by £4,100 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Groundwork","Charity. Little Rotters children's composting club. Child-led clubs were set up in each school and the project delivered educational sessions to the whole school. The project also promoted home composting to ultimately reduce the tonnage of waste going to landfill. Local authority funding cut: £13,500. Details: Received £13,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","LE","","","2011","10","23", "Ecotech Centre","Charity. Sustainability-focused centre with a variety of amenities. Local authority funding cut: £58,374. Details: Received £58,374 as rate relief in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NR","","","2011","10","23", "Norfolk Naturalists Trust","Charity. Also knowns as the Norfolk Wildlife Trust, works for the protection and enhancement of Norfolk's wildlife and wild places.Local authority funding cut: £1,621. Details: Received a total of £1,621 as rate relief in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NR","","","2011","10","23", "Suffolk Wildlife Trust","Charity. Cares for 52 nature reserves. Local authority funding cut: £3,271. Details: Received £3,271 as rate relief in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NR","","","2011","10","23", "Hertfordshire Groundwork","Charity. To deliver an agreed list of environmentally themed projects that engage local people in improving places and lives. Local authority funding cut: £10,000. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Branching Out","Charity. Currently paid 3rd Party Recycling Credits in return for cleaning around a number of recycling sites. From 2011/12 a flat monthly payment will be made based on the number of recycling banks located at two of the sites cleaned (£7.50/bank/calendar month). Local authority funding cut: £7,459.62. Details: Received £10,159.62 in 2010/11; cut by £7,459.62 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Countryside Management Service","Charity. Works with communities in Hertfordshire to help them care for and enjoy the environment. Local authority funding cut: £11,400. Details: Received £44,690 in 2010/11; cut by £3,170 in 2011/12, and by a further £8,230 by 2014/15.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Groundwork","Charity. Works to build sustainable communities in areas of need through joint environmental action. Local authority funding cut: £5,150. Details: Received £20,200 in 2010/11; cut by £1,430 in 2011/12, and by a further £3,720 by 2014/15.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Suffolk Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group","Charity. Charity dedicated to providing environmental and wildlife conservation advice to farmers and landowners. Local authority funding cut: £3,000. Details: Received £3,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","IP","","","2011","10","23", "Association of Conservation of Energy","Charity. Impact assessment of work to support future funding and delivery models. Local authority funding cut: £24,300. Details: Received £24,300 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Global Action Plan","Charity. Targeting of households to reduce CO2 emissions at ward level. Local authority funding cut: £120,246.31. Details: Received £120,246.31 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Groundwork Thames Valley","Charity. Provides a range of services relating to sustainable development including education, local economy, environment, and projects for disadvantaged groups within the Thames Valley area.Local authority funding cut: £2,302. Details: Received £35,302 in 2010/11; cut by £2,302 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","UB","","","2011","10","23", "London Wildlife Trust","Charity. Manages 11 council-owned nature reserves, to maintain and enhance wildlife and encourage public access.Local authority funding cut: £2,000. Details: Received £12,000 in 2010/11; cut by £2,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","UB","","","2011","10","23", "BioRegional Development Group","Charity. Facilitate green procurement, waste minimisation, reuse & recyclingLocal authority funding cut: £9,384.38. Details: Received £15,015 in 2010/11; cut by £9,384.38 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Creative Environment Networks","Charity. Promote energy efficiency, use of renewable energy & water conservation; and promote more sustainable forms of transport, including cycling & walkingLocal authority funding cut: £62,789.53. Details: Received a total of £100,463.25 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £62,789.53 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Forest Recycling Project","Charity. Facilitate green procurement, waste minimisation, reuse & recyclingLocal authority funding cut: £16,342.5. Details: Received £26,148 in 2010/11; cut by £16,342.50 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Global Action Plan","Charity. Promote energy efficiency, use of renewable energy & water conservation; and facilitate green procurement, waste minimisation, reuse & recyclingLocal authority funding cut: £71,383.75. Details: Received a total of £114,214 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £71,383.75 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "London Community Resource Network","Charity. Facilitate green procurement, waste minimisation, reuse & recyclingLocal authority funding cut: £55,738.13. Details: Received £89,181 in 2010/11; cut by £55,738.13 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "London Sustainability Exchange","Charity. Promote energy efficiency, use of renewable energy & water conservation; and Sector Specific Second Tier Services to Health & Social CareLocal authority funding cut: £155,439.38. Details: Received a total of £248,703 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £155,439.38 in 2011/12","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Groundwork London","Charity. Promotes economic and social regeneration by improvements to the local environment. Local authority funding cut: £42,600. Details: Received a total of £52,600 in 2010/11; cut by £42,600 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Home Energy Efficiency Training","Charity. Provides free energy efficiency, security and fire safety improvements for elderly or low income households in Waltham Forest.Local authority funding cut: £17,725. Details: Received a total of £72,225 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £17,725 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Hornbeam Environmental Centre","Charity. Provides a base for local food and environmental education projects. Local authority funding cut: £10,200. Details: Received £10,200 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "London Wildlife Trust","Charity. Dedicated to protecting the capital's wildlife and wild spaces. Local authority funding cut: £1,800. Details: Received £1,800 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Groundwork Trust","Charity. Works to build sustainable communities in areas of need through joint environmental action. Local authority funding cut: £18,200. Details: Received £130,000 in 2010/11; cut by £18,200 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DH","","","2011","10","23", "Cheshire Landscape Trust","Charity. Works at grassroots level to promote landscape awareness and conservation through community action. Local authority funding cut: £5,845. Details: Received £9,000 in 2010/11; cut by £5,845 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CW","","","2011","10","23", "Groundwork Trust","Charity. Works to build sustainable communities in areas of need through joint environmental action. Local authority funding cut: £24,000. Details: Received £40,000 in 2010/11; cut by £24,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CW","","","2011","10","23", "Groundwork Oldham & Rochdale","Charity. Helps people and organisations make changes in order to create better neighbourhoods, build skills and job prospects, and live and work in a greener way.Local authority funding cut: £333,030. Details: Received a total of £333,030 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Groundwork Trust","Charity. Groundwork is a federation of 50 individual charities, with the aim of working in the areas of greatest need to bring about lasting social and environmental change. The Trust's role is to bring together different partners to upgrade the physical environment, realise the full potential of under-used and derelict land, convert waste ground to productive use and improve access to the countryside. Funding was a contribution to core running costs.Local authority funding cut: £30,000. Details: Received £30,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SK","","","2011","10","23", "Cotswold AONB","Charity. Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Rural development funding. Local authority funding cut: £1,888. Details: Received £2,388 in 2010/11; cut by £1,888 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Gazen Salts Nature Reserve","Charity. Man made nature reserve. Contribution towards maintenance costs. Local authority funding cut: £1,500. Details: Received £6,000 in 2010/11; cut by £1,500 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CT","","","2011","10","23", "Basingstoke Canal Authority","Charity. Manages the Basingstoke Canal as a major leisure and conservation resource. Local authority funding cut: £1,840. Details: Received £36,800 in 2010/11; cut by £1,840 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GU","","","2011","10","23", "BTCV","Charity. Volunteering organisation supporting conservation initiatives. Local authority funding cut: £1,015. Details: Received £3,015 in 2010/11; cut by £1,015 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","ME","","","2011","10","23", "Oxford Conservation Volunteers","Charity. Carries out practical work conserving the wildlife and traditional landscape of the Oxford area. The group organises work parties and undertakes a wide variety of nature conservation work ranging from hedge laying to fence building, from tree planting to scrub clearance. Local authority funding cut: £500. Details: Received £500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Oxford Urban Wildlife Group","Charity. We hold a variety of outdoor and indoor events throughout the year, from wildflower walks to wildlife talks, from botanical surveys of green sites to picnics in wild places.Local authority funding cut: £1,849. Details: Received £4,099 in 2010/11; cut by £1,849 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Portsmouth Friends of the Earth","Charity. Works for a better environment, both in Portsmouth and around the world.Local authority funding cut: £4,000. Details: Received £8,000 in 2010/11; cut by £4,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","PO","","","2011","10","23", "BTCV","Charity. Volunteering organisation supporting conservation initiatives. Funding towards project officer and other fixed costs. Local authority funding cut: £3,853. Details: Received £3,853 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SO","","","2011","10","23", "Blackwater Valley Countryside Partnership","Charity. Conservation and access work in the Blackwater Valley. Local authority funding cut: £6,900. Details: Received £6,900 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GU","","","2011","10","23", "Surrey Heathland Project","Charity. Works to to protect and enhance lowland heathland in Surrey. Local authority funding cut: £4,332. Details: Received £10,332 in 2010/11; cut by £4,332 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GU","","","2011","10","23", "Conservators of Ashdown Forest","Charity. Regulates and manages the forest as an amenity and a natural area of outstanding beauty. Local authority funding cut: £3,000. Details: Received £13,000 in 2010/11; cut by £3,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BN","","","2011","10","23", "Mendip Hills AONB Service","Charity. Conserves, enhances and promotes the appropriate use of the area. Funding is for the warden service.Local authority funding cut: £11,430. Details: Received £11,430 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TA","","","2011","10","23", "Quantock Hills AONB Service","Charity. The AONB Service works to look after the historic landscape and wildlife, advise visitors, assist and advise farmers and landowners and to ensure enhanced levels of service for the AONB. Funding is for the warden service.Local authority funding cut: £16,500. Details: Received £16,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TA","","","2011","10","23", "Castle Vale Community Environmental Trust","Charity. Dedicated to the protection and enhancement of urban green space. Funding for forest schools project. Local authority funding cut: £9,614. Details: Received £9,614 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Kings Heath Transition Initiative","Charity. Develops projects locally to build a more sustainable community in and around Kings Heath. Local authority funding cut: £5,200. Details: Received £5,200 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country","Charity. Funding for People and Wildlife Services (PAWS) - setting up PAWS as a trading social enterprise, establishing a centre for practical urban conservation.Local authority funding cut: £30,000. Details: Received £30,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Groundwork Dearne Valley","Charity. Helps people and organisations make changes in order to create better neighbourhoods, to build skills and job prospects, and to live and work in a greener way.Local authority funding cut: £80,000. Details: Received £80,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Groundwork North Yorkshire","Charity. Helps people and organisations make changes in order to create better neighbourhoods, build skills and job prospects, and live and work in a greener way.Local authority funding cut: £10,000. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. End of three-year grant agreement; not renewed.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","YO","","","2011","10","23", "Kelfield Village Institute","Charity. Funded under environmental themed grants. Local authority funding cut: £1,500. Details: Received £1,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","YO","","","2011","10","23", "Ryther Village Hall","Charity. Funded under environmental themed grants. Local authority funding cut: £1,500. Details: Received £1,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","YO","","","2011","10","23", "Selby District AVS","Charity. Funded under environmental themed grants.,Local authority funding cut: £480,. Details: Received £480 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","YO","","","2011","10","23", "Sherburn in Elmet Community Association","Charity. Funded under environmental themed grants.,Local authority funding cut: £500,. Details: Received £500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","YO","","","2011","10","23", "Sherburn White Rose Community Sports Club","Charity. Funded under environmental themed grants.,Local authority funding cut: £500,. Details: Received £500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","YO","","","2011","10","23", "Stillingfleet Village Institute","Charity. Funded under environmental themed grants. Local authority funding cut: £1,500. Details: Received £1,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","YO","","","2011","10","23", "Green Estate","Charity. Works to improve the green environment of the Manor and Castle areas in South Sheffield. Local authority funding cut: £30,000. Details: Received £191,000 in 2010/11; cut by £30,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Grow Sheffield","Charity. Encourages urban community organic food growing. Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Details: Received £5,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Sheffield Community Renewables","Charity. Community and social enterprise that develops, funds, builds, owns and operates renewable energy schemes.Local authority funding cut: £9,000. Details: Received £9,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Sheffield Wildlife Trust","Charity. Works to promote the conservation, protection and improvement of the physical and natural environment of the local area.Local authority funding cut: £29,601. Details: Received a total of £76,471 in 2010/11; cut by £29,601 in 2011/12. Core Surestart funding maintained.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Corby Women's Centre","Charity. Space to enable women to meet and define their needs through self-help and mutual empowerment. Core services include pregnancy testing, information on contraception, sexual health advice and free condoms, emergency contraception, emotional support, free counselling, advice on health and welfare, and legal clinic.Local authority funding cut: £31,484. Details: Received £31,484 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Centre closed due to lack of funding on 31st March 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Northampton Black History","Charity. Celebrate oral history of black people in the county. Education project delivered in local schools. Local authority funding cut: £4,377. Details: Received £4,377 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Norfolk Race Equality Council","Charity. Works to combat racism, inequality and discrimination throughout Norfolk.Local authority funding cut: £6,000. Details: Received £6,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NR","","","2011","10","23", "Bedford Race Equality Council","Charity. Supporting the organisation to deliver equality related work in Central Bedfordshire. Local authority funding cut: £1,512. Details: Received £30,226 in 2010/11; cut by £1,512 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "North Herts Ethnic Minority Forum","Charity. Provides various services to improve the quality of life of BME people, including information and advice on housing, benefits, employment, education, training and heath matters. Also runs skills development courses, activities to increase the employability of BME people, and projects for children and young people to support them in education.Local authority funding cut: £3,610. Details: Received £14,140 in 2010/11; cut by £1,000 in 2011/12, and by a further £2,610 by 2014/15.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Stevenage and North Herts Women’s Resource Centre","Charity. Provides support and information for women with a wide range of concerns and circumstances. The withdrawn funding was a contribution to the centre manager’s salary. Local authority funding cut: £5,531. Details: Received a total of £25,531 in 2010/11; cut by £5,531 in 2011/12.The charity's grant has been withdrawn, but council rent in kind payments will continue. The council's EIA says: 'If alternative funding cannot be secured for the rest of the centre manager’s salary, there may be an impact on women in Stevenage.'","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Redbridge Equalities and Community Council","Charity. Serves all communities in Redbridge, with a focus on ethnic minority communities. Individual casework relating to any issues relating to harassment or bullying of any nature, e.g racial or hate crime and abuse.Local authority funding cut: £1,275. Details: Received £25,500 in 2010/11; cut by £1,275 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","IG","","","2011","10","23", "Refugee and Migrant Forum of East London","Charity. Not for profit organisation working towards eliminating discrimination and disadvantage. Local authority funding cut: £1,075. Details: Received £21,500 in 2010/11; cut by £1,075 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","IG","","","2011","10","23", "East London Out Project","Charity. Lesbian and gay centre offering social, emotional and support services to LGBT communities, including counselling and young people’s services.Local authority funding cut: £11,000. Details: Received £26,000 in 2010/11; cut by £11,000 in 2011/12.Figures exclude £5,980 of 2010/11 funding under streams that have yet to be distributed for 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Race Equality Council","Charity. Provides advice, help and assistance on racial discrimination, harassment and violence, and a variety of other areas.Local authority funding cut: £23,000. Details: Received £23,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Racial Equality Council","Charity. Deals with complaints of discrimination and racial harassment, and promotes good policy in the statutory, voluntary and private sectors.Local authority funding cut: £23,005. Details: Received £23,005 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Cohesion Area Based Grant.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Bolton Equalities Centre","Charity. Local equalities organisation. Local authority funding cut: £45,711. Details: Received £45,711 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "Cheshire, Halton & Warrington Race & Equality Centre","Charity. Works to eliminate discrimination, especially racial discrimination, and promote equality of opportunity and good relations.Local authority funding cut: £1,204. Details: Received a total of £16,686 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £1,204 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CW","","","2011","10","23", "Cheshire Race & Equality Council","Charity. Works towards the elimination of racial discrimination and to promote equality of opportunity and good relations between persons of differing racial groups. Local authority funding cut: £1,000. Details: Received £5,000 in 2010/11; cut by £1,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","WA","","","2011","10","23", "Oldham Race Equality Partnership","Charity. Equality and diversity work and action on racial harrassment. Local authority funding cut: £12,500. Details: Received £25,000 in 2010/11; cut by £12,500 in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Portsmouth Race Equality Network Organisation","Charity. Empowers minority communities to have an effective voice and promotes good practice among service providers. Local authority funding cut: £19,000. Details: Received £19,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","PO","","","2011","10","23", "Bristol Lesbian Gay & Bisexual Forum","Charity. Forum dedicated to challenging the discrimination that lesbian, gay and bisexual people experience.Local authority funding cut: £2,155. Details: Received £30,755 in 2010/11; cut by £2,155 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Bristol Refugee Rights","Charity. Provides a place of welcome in Bristol where asylum seekers and refugees can meet and be supported to play a full part in the life of the wider community. Local authority funding cut: £1,461. Details: Received £20,811 in 2010/11; cut by £1,461 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Gloucestershire Action for Refugees and Asylum Seekers (GARAS)","Charity. Supports those seeking asylum in Gloucestershire, welcoming them when they arrive, advocating for them in their daily struggles, supporting them if they face being sent back and helping them adjust if they are recognised as refugees.Local authority funding cut: £3,198. Details: Received £16,050 in 2010/11; cut by £3,198 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Somerset Racial Equality Council","Charity. Works mainly in three activity areas - casework in racial harassment and discrimination, policy development and training, and public education and community development.Local authority funding cut: £68,077.6. Details: Received £68,077.60 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Children's Fund ABG.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Birmingham LGBT Community Trust","Charity. Affected funding is for Birmingham LGBT Community Trust Forum, and for Shout project.Local authority funding cut: £37,533. Details: Received a total of £69,233 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £37,533 in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund. Affected funding streams have ended. Figures exclude one-off funding in 2010/11.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Race Equality and Diversity Partnership","Charity. Works to eliminate discrimination, provide equal opportunity for all, and promote good community relations. Current projects seek to address inequalities and tackle discrimination and harassment in Telford & Wrekin.Local authority funding cut: £50,000. Details: Received £225,000 in 2010/11; cut by £50,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TF","","","2011","10","23", "Grow","Charity. Provides a holistic service enabling women in Rotherham to make informed choices. Local authority funding cut: £35,301. Details: Received £35,301 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funding was routed from Yorkshire Forward via Rotherham council.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Stroke Association","Charity. Information, support and therapy.Local authority funding cut: £116,000. Details: Received £116,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Bassetlaw Association for Mental Health (MIND)","Charity. Provides a focus for, and appropriate services to, individuals with mental health problems.Local authority funding cut: £40,000. Details: Received £51,000 in 2010/11; cut by £40,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Central Nottinghamshire Association for Mental Health (MIND)","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £25,000. Details: Received £55,000 in 2010/11; cut by £25,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Ekta Luncheon Club - Cancer Support Group","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £1,000. Details: Received £3,000 in 2010/11; cut by £1,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Nottingham & Nottinghamshire Advocacy Alliance (NNAA)","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £20,000. Details: Received £20,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Rushcliffe Mental Health Support Group","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £1,050. Details: Received £1,050 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Bedfordshire and Luton Mind","Charity. Mental health services. Local authority funding cut: £4,174. Details: Received £41,742 in 2010/11; cut by £4,174 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","MK","","","2011","10","23", "MS Therapy Centre","Charity. Provides therapy, information and support to people living with MS. Many professional therapists, including an MS specialist nurse, physiotherapists, dietician, speech therapist and counsellor are employed together with complementary therapists.Local authority funding cut: £1,689. Details: Received £1,689 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","MK","","","2011","10","23", "POhWER","Charity. Independent mental capacity advocacy service. Local authority funding cut: £8,251. Details: Received £16,503 in 2010/11; cut by £8,251 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","MK","","","2011","10","23", "Rethink","Charity. Works to help those affected by severe mental illness such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and depression recover a better quality of life. Funding covers advocacy and carers servicesLocal authority funding cut: £9,698. Details: Received a total of £96,977 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £9,698 in 2011/12.Two contracts, both of which will be re-tendered after six months; charity will receive six months' pro rata funding from the £87,279 combined full-year contract value.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","MK","","","2011","10","23", "St John Ambulance","Charity. First aid charity. Local authority funding cut: £2,593. Details: Received a total of £2,593 as rate relief in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NR","","","2011","10","23", "Bedfordshire and Luton MIND","Charity. Mental health services. Local authority funding cut: £6,261. Details: Received £62,612 in 2010/11; cut by £6,261 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Bedfordshire LINk","Charity. Local involvement network. Hosted by Voluntary Action Luton. Local authority funding cut: £21,000. Details: Received £84,000 in 2010/11; cut by £21,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Family Matters Institute","Charity. Project management of targeted mental health in schools. Local authority funding cut: £32,500. Details: Received £32,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "MS Therapy Centre","Charity. Therapies for people with Multiple Sclerosis. Local authority funding cut: £1,684. Details: Received £1,684 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "POhWER","Charity. Independent mental capacity advocacy service. Local authority funding cut: £10,314. Details: Received £22,692 in 2010/11; cut by £10,314 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Aspergers 4 Herts","Charity. Funding for programme providing support and education for teenagers with Asperger Syndrome and their families. The programme aims to improve the teenagers’ social and interpersonal skills. While the 2010/11 funding was for a six-month programme, the charity had hoped to extend it to children and adults in 2011/12. Local authority funding cut: £1,799. Details: Received £1,799 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.The council's EIA says: If alternative funding cannot be found","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Stevenage Arts and Leisure Centre","Charity. Centre providing venue for leisure and business events. Funding was for a Health Action Day event. Local authority funding cut: £1,890. Details: Received £1,890 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.The council's EIA says: 'If alternative funding is not secured for an event in 2011/12, there may be a low impact relating to health inequalities (i.e. people of low socio-economic status).'","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "East Suffolk Advocacy Network","Charity. Independent, user managed organisation committed to the empowerment of mental health service users.Local authority funding cut: £20,550. Details: Received £205,500 in 2010/11; cut by £20,550 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","IP","","","2011","10","23", "East Suffolk Mind","Charity. Offers community mental health resource centres. Local authority funding cut: £55,291. Details: Received £725,019 in 2010/11; cut by £55,291 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","IP","","","2011","10","23", "Focus 12","Charity. Provides drug and alcohol rehabilitation through both residential and day-care facilities. Local authority funding cut: £4,400. Details: Received £8,000 in 2010/11; cut by £4,400 in 2011/12.10% reduction, funding for six months of 2011/12 and can then apply to Innovation Panel for further funding.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","IP","","","2011","10","23", "Headway","Charity. Works to improve the quality of life of those who have suffered a head injury in and around Ipswich. Local authority funding cut: £15,400. Details: Received £28,000 in 2010/11; cut by £15,400 in 2011/12.10% reduction, funding for six months of 2011/12 and can then apply to Innovation Panel for further funding.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","IP","","","2011","10","23", "Richmond Fellowship","Charity. Mental health care charity. Funding for recovery workers and employment support. Local authority funding cut: £52,226. Details: Received a total of £602,371 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £52,226 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","IP","","","2011","10","23", "Suffolk User Forum","Charity. Aims to improve the experience of those with mental health issues. Local authority funding cut: £7,110. Details: Received £71,100 in 2010/11; cut by £7,110 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","IP","","","2011","10","23", "Together","Charity. Provides a range of services for people with mental health issues. Funding for recovery workers. Local authority funding cut: £21,498. Details: Received a total of £214,987 in 2010/11; cut by £21,498 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","IP","","","2011","10","23", "Upbeat","Charity. Provides exercise, social and health educational activities for those who have had heart attacks or other heart related problems and their partner or carer.Local authority funding cut: £8,250. Details: Received £15,000 in 2010/11; cut by £8,250 in 2011/12.10% reduction, funding for six months of 2011/12 and can then apply to Innovation Panel for further funding.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","IP","","","2011","10","23", "West Suffolk Mind","Charity. Works to improve the lives of people with mental ill health. Local authority funding cut: £16,500. Details: Received £30,000 in 2010/11; cut by £16,500 in 2011/12.10% reduction, funding for six months of 2011/12 and can then apply to Innovation Panel for further funding.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","IP","","","2011","10","23", "Barnet Asian Womens Association","Charity. Asian women's mental health project, and lunch club, activities and help for elderly women.Local authority funding cut: £6,952.15. Details: Received a total of £53,478.04 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £6,952.15 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","N","","","2011","10","23", "Barnet Voice for Mental Health","Charity. Aims to provide a voice for users of mental health services to influence their development, and enable users and ex-users of mental health services to offer support to others experiencing mental health problems.Local authority funding cut: £10,402.49. Details: Received £80,019.18 in 2010/11; cut by £10,402.49 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","N","","","2011","10","23", "British Red Cross","Charity. Home From Hospital service, which helps patients leave hospital when their medical and nursing needs have been met.Local authority funding cut: £5,674.5. Details: Received £43,650 in 2010/11; cut by £5,674.50 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","N","","","2011","10","23", "Jewish Association Mental Illness","Charity. JAMI House Day Centre, open to Jewish people over the age of 18 affected by enduring mental health problems.Local authority funding cut: £3,243.29. Details: Received £24,948.40 in 2010/11; cut by £3,243.29 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","N","","","2011","10","23", "Mind in Barnet","Charity. Befriending, day services, information and advocacy.Local authority funding cut: £27,518.55. Details: Received a total of £211,681.16 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £27,518.55 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","N","","","2011","10","23", "Richmond Fellowship","Charity. Mental health care provider. Funding cuts mainly affect employment services. Local authority funding cut: £10,376.9. Details: Received a total of £123,047.73 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £10,376.90 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","N","","","2011","10","23", "Bromley Mind","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £6,300. Details: Received £6,300 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BR","","","2011","10","23", "KCA","Charity. Works with young people who have issues around alcohol/drugs by offering advice and treatment. Local authority funding cut: £19,934. Details: Received £175,799 in 2010/11; cut by £19,934 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BR","","","2011","10","23", "Positive East","Charity. HIV charity in East London. HIV/AIDS support service counselling, Back to Work, therapies, work with children and families.Local authority funding cut: £1,200. Details: Received £12,000 in 2010/11; cut by £1,200 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","EC","","","2011","10","23", "Voluntary Action Westminster","Charity. Services for the Local Involvement Network, which aims to give citizens a stronger voice in how their health and social care services are delivered.Local authority funding cut: £3,073. Details: Received £53,073 in 2010/11; cut by £3,073 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","EC","","","2011","10","23", "Harrow Mencap","Charity. Funding for family and carers' project, inclusion and involvement project, sustainable programme, accessible directory, and school project. Local authority funding cut: £32,860. (Received a total of £40,400 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £38,940 in 2011/12.) Part of the 2010/11 grant was to fund after school clubs in council special schools. These have now closed.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","HA","","","2011","10","23", "Hillingdon AIDS Response Trust","Charity. Provides practical, emotional, legal advice to people affected by HIV/AIDS. These include befriending, social activities, welfare and benefits advice, transport, treatment information, domestic support, drop-in etc.Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Details: Received £20,000 in 2010/11; cut by £5,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","UB","","","2011","10","23", "Mind","Charity. Support for people with mental health needs. Local authority funding cut: £63,404. Details: Received £113,404 in 2010/11; cut by £63,404 in 2011/12. Figure excludes funding that has not been confirmed for 2011/12 (training and work experience funding for 2010/11).","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SW","","","2011","10","23", "Local Involvement Network","Charity. Inclusive network to enable people and organisations in Lewisham to have a say and influence the planning, commissioning and delivery of health and social care services to improve the health and wellbeing of patients and service users.Local authority funding cut: £75,000. Details: Received £175,000 in 2010/11; cut by £75,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Aanchal (formerly APNA GHAR)","Charity. Enable improvements in health, working with disadvantaged communities to support local actionLocal authority funding cut: £11,547.5. Details: Received a total of £73,886 in 2010/11; cut by £11,547.50 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011. Funding for domestic violence services unaffected.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Centre for Armenian Information & Advice","Charity. Enable improvements in health, working with disadvantaged communities to support local actionLocal authority funding cut: £3,337.5. Details: Received £5,340 in 2010/11; cut by £3,337.50 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Finsbury Park Homeless Families Project","Charity. Enable improvements in health, working with disadvantaged communities to support local actionLocal authority funding cut: £20,498.13. Details: Received a total of £52,019 in 2010/11; cut by £20,498.13 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011. Funding for refuge-based services unaffected.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","N","","","2011","10","23", "Refugee & Migrant Forum of East London","Charity. Enable improvements in health, working with disadvantaged communities to support local actionLocal authority funding cut: £8,440. Details: Received a total of £43,504 in 2010/11; cut by £8,440 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011. Funding for no-recourse services unaffected.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Southall Day Centre","Charity. Enable improvements in health, working with disadvantaged communities to support local action; and enable ppl aged 50+ & carers to access good quality care thru direct pymts, individual budgets, advocacy & discretionary care servicesLocal authority funding cut: £27,446.25. Details: Received a total of £43,914 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £27,446.25 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","W","","","2011","10","23", "Stroke Care","Charity. Enable improvements in health, working with disadvantaged communities to support local actionLocal authority funding cut: £9,375. Details: Received £15,000 in 2010/11; cut by £9,375 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Cardiac Exercise Club","Charity. Exercise and support group run by ex-cardiac patients. Local authority funding cut: £8,266. Details: Received £8,266 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SW","","","2011","10","23", "Community Drug Service for South London","Charity. Services for drug users, including advice, counselling, and alternative therapies. Needle exchange. Tranquilliser withdrawal group. Relapse prevention work.Local authority funding cut: £17,188. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SW","","","2011","10","23", "Merton Mind","Charity. Offers services for two specific client groups - Adult Services for people with mental health problems aged 18-65, and elderly services for those aged over 65.Local authority funding cut: £53,439.34. Details: Received £81,489.34 in 2010/11; cut by £53,439.34 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SW","","","2011","10","23", "Black People's Mental Health Association (BPMHA)","Charity. Aims to support and empower Black people with mental health problems. Local authority funding cut: £17,909. Details: Received £255,257 in 2010/11; cut by £17,909 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Positive East","Charity. Offers support for individuals and communities affected by HIV. Local authority funding cut: £50,375. Details: Received £50,375 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Redcar & Cleveland Mind","Charity. Provision of mental health services. Local authority funding cut: £204,384. Details: Received £389,482 in 2010/11; cut by £204,384 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TS","","","2011","10","23", "Brook","Charity. Sexual health charity. Includes funding for advisory service. Local authority funding cut: £152,994. Details: Received a total of £152,994 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants. Majority of the reduction is due to cuts in Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Groundwork","Charity. Funding for alcohol risk taking service, and the Future Jobs Fund.Local authority funding cut: £90,377.04. Details: Received a total of £90,377.04 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Huntington's Disease Association","Charity. Supports people affected by the disease and provides information and advice to professionals whose task it is to support Huntington's disease families. Local authority funding cut: £2,500. Details: Received £2,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Breath of Life Foundation","Charity. ,Local authority funding cut: £800,. Details: Received £800 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CA","","","2011","10","23", "CADAS","Charity. Provides support throughout Cumbria to those affected by the use/misuse of alcohol, drugs and other mind affecting substances and those who are leading unhealthy lifestyles. Local authority funding cut: £995. Details: Received £995 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CA","","","2011","10","23", "Neuromuscular Centre","Charity. The Neuromuscular Centre is a charity for everyone within the region directly or indirectly affected by muscular dystrophy. Local authority funding cut: £1,368. Details: Received £18,246 in 2010/11; cut by £1,368 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CW","","","2011","10","23", "Cheshire Asbestos Victims Support","Charity. The group works to support victims of asbestos related disease and their families to ensure that all those affected by asbestos diseases in Cheshire have access to help, information, advice and support.Local authority funding cut: £5,300. Details: Received £13,300 in 2010/11; cut by £5,300 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","WA","","","2011","10","23", "Acorn Treatment & Housing","Charity. Treatment and accommodation to help people recovering from addiction.,Local authority funding cut: £500,. Details: Received £500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Addiction Dependencies Solutions","Charity. Works in partnership with others to prevent and deal with addiction and dependency. Local authority funding cut: £135,000. Details: Received £135,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Gaddum Centre","Charity. Host for a Local Involvement Network. Local authority funding cut: £142,208. Details: Received £142,208 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Honeywell Centre","Charity. Community centre. Funding for fitness sessions. Local authority funding cut: £8,205. Details: Received £8,205 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "U Project","Charity. Aims to enhance the delivery of outdoor physical activities in Oldham and promote the benefits these activities have on health and wellbeing. Local authority funding cut: £7,000. Details: Received £7,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Acorn Treatment & Housing","Charity. Treats drug and alcohol users and assists them in achieving abstinence. Local authority funding cut: £14,825. Details: Received £96,000 in 2010/11; cut by £14,825 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Early Break","Charity. Offers free counselling, advice and treatment for young people who have issues regarding drugs and alcohol.Local authority funding cut: £88,240. Details: Received a total of £516,037 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £88,240 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Together","Charity. Works alongside people with mental health issues towards leading fulfilling and independent lives. Local authority funding cut: £21,351. Details: Received £189,000 in 2010/11; cut by £21,351 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Stockport MIND","Charity. Volunteer befriending for people with mental health problems enabling carers to have a break. Local authority funding cut: £3,844. Details: Received £38,437 in 2010/11; cut by £3,844 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SK","","","2011","10","23", "Breathe Easy Banbury","Charity. Breathe Easy is a local support group for people with lung problems and breathing difficulties of all ages, supported by the British Lung Foundation. Funding towards social outing over Christmas period. Local authority funding cut: £400. Details: Received £400 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funded under Seniors Grants one-off grants generally claimed by the same groups year-on-year.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Macular Disease Society","Charity. Support group for patients with macular disease. Funding to provide transport for members in outlying villages.,Local authority funding cut: £400,. Details: Received £400 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funded under Seniors Grants, one-off grants generally claimed by the same groups year-on-year.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Cranstoun Drug Day Services","Charity. Helps people recover from drug and alcohol dependence. Local authority funding cut: £42,000. Details: Received £450,144 in 2010/11; cut by £42,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","PO","","","2011","10","23", "Portsmouth Mind","Charity. Mental health services. Local authority funding cut: £26,000. Details: Received £260,166 in 2010/11; cut by £26,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","PO","","","2011","10","23", "Stroke Association","Charity. UK wide charity concerned with combating stroke in people of all ages. Local authority funding cut: £4,730. Details: Received a total of £47,400 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £4,730 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","PO","","","2011","10","23", "Knowle West Health Association","Charity. Aims to promote, protect and preserve good health and wellbeing for, but not exclusively, local residents of Knowle West in Bristol. Offers a range of projects and services.Local authority funding cut: £1,443. Details: Received £20,503 in 2010/11; cut by £1,443 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Eddystone Trust","Charity. Contract for supporting people with AIDS/HIV. Local authority funding cut: £12,000. Details: Received £96,000 in 2010/11; cut by £12,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","EX","","","2011","10","23", "Independence Trust","Charity. Mental health, drugs, and alcohol service.Local authority funding cut: £225,234.6. Details: Received a total of £249,049 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £225,234.60 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Rethink","Charity. Mental health membership charity. Local authority funding cut: £129,904.64. Details: Received £1,590,194.42 in 2010/11; cut by £129,904.64 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "British Red Cross","Charity. Wheelchair loan service. Local authority funding cut: £17,433. Details: Received £17,433 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Service decommissioned.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Clouds End CIC","Charity. Works to help people with hoarding disorder. Funding for the 'de-clutter bus'. Local authority funding cut: £24,650. Details: Received £24,650 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "COPE: Black Mental Health Foundation","Charity. Committed to providing services for Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) mental health users, carers, lone parents and families in partnership with other organisations with a duty of care.Local authority funding cut: £9,644. Details: Received £9,644 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Terrence Higgins Trust","Charity. AIDS/HIV charity. Funding for Francophone African support group. Local authority funding cut: £9,920. Details: Received £9,920 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Woodview Community Association","Charity. Funding for mental health accommodation support. Local authority funding cut: £33,360. Details: Received £66,720 in 2010/11; cut by £33,360 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Sandwell & Dudley Brook Advisory Centre","Charity. Sexual health charity. Local authority funding cut: £82,689. Details: Received £82,689 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Friendship Care and Housing","Charity. Funding for mental health services. Local authority funding cut: £45,905. Details: Received £91,809 in 2010/11; cut by £45,905 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Mental Health Area Based Grant.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CV","","","2011","10","23", "Mind","Charity. Mental health charity. Funding for preventative services from Rugby Mind and Springfield Mind. Local authority funding cut: £26,300. Details: Received a total of £92,600 in 2010/11; cut by £26,300 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Mental Health Area Based Grant.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CV","","","2011","10","23", "Rethink","Charity. Mental health membership charity, working to help everyone affected by severe mental illness recover a better quality of life. Funding for employment, preventative and mental health services.Local authority funding cut: £114,791. Details: Received a total of £313,752 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £114,791 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Mental Health Area Based Grant.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CV","","","2011","10","23", "Stroke Association","Charity. UK wide charity concerned with combating stroke in people of all ages. Local authority funding cut: £78,000. Details: Received £78,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "North Bank Forum","Charity. Funding for management of Local Involvement Network. Local authority funding cut: £100,000. Details: Received £200,000 in 2010/11; cut by £100,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","YO","","","2011","10","23", "Centrepoint Outreach","Charity. Homelessness charity. Provides a drop in centre and rough sleeper facilities, redistributes furniture and household goods and gives out food parcels. Local authority funding cut: £1,500. Details: Received £6,000 in 2010/11; cut by £1,500 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","PE","","","2011","10","23", "Leicester YMCA","Charity. Homeless drop in centre and education/skills project. Local authority funding cut: £25,950. Details: Received £175,150 in 2010/11; cut by £25,950 in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","LE","","","2011","10","23", "Accommodation Concern","Charity. Independent housing advice and homelessness organisation in the boroughs of Kettering and Corby. Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Details: Received £5,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Corby Furniture Turnaround","Charity. Collects donated furniture and passe it on to low income people who live in the local area. Local authority funding cut: £9,500. Details: Received £9,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Daventry Contact","Charity. Furniture redistribution charity. Local authority funding cut: £8,976. Details: Received £8,976 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Northampton Hope Centre","Charity. Supports homeless and socially excluded people. Local authority funding cut: £3,000. Details: Received £3,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Northamptonshire YMCA","Charity. Funding for mentoring services under homelessness theme. Local authority funding cut: £15,200. Details: Received £15,200 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Phoenix Furniture Project","Charity. Collects and redistributes unwanted furniture and household goods in Kettering and the surrounding area. Local authority funding cut: £9,500. Details: Received £9,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Sofawise","Charity. Recycles good quality furniture that is no longer needed and makes it available at an affordable cost to those in receipt of benefit. Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Received £5,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Spencer Contact","Charity. Seeks to relieve poverty and hardship in and around Northampton by supplying free second-hand furniture. Local authority funding cut: £11,000. Details: Received £11,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "Broxtowe Youth Homelessness","Charity. Aims to prevent young people from becoming homeless and inform young people of their options and provide emergency assistance if they do become homeless. Local authority funding cut: £4,385. Details: Received £6,885 in 2010/11; cut by £4,385 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Cedar Housing Nottingham","Charity. Provides housing, education and support services for vulnerable people affected by homelessness.Local authority funding cut: £13,000. Details: Received £18,000 in 2010/11; cut by £13,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Family First","Charity. Furniture service. Local authority funding cut: £19,870. Details: Received £19,870 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Friary Drop-in","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £4,600. Details: Received £18,200 in 2010/11; cut by £4,600 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Hope for the Homeless","Charity. Homelessness charity in Worksop. Local authority funding cut: £6,000. Details: Received £32,000 in 2010/11; cut by £6,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Kirkby Trust","Charity. Provides educational, recreational and social activities for young people and their families and provides support and accommodation to homeless 16-25 year olds.Local authority funding cut: £2,500. Details: Received £5,000 in 2010/11; cut by £2,500 in 2011/12. ","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Newark Emmaus Trust","Charity. Housing, care and support for the young homeless.Local authority funding cut: £7,500. Details: Received £12,500 in 2010/11; cut by £7,500 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Nottinghamshire Housing Advice Service","Charity. Provides housing and housing debt related advice and advocacy services for the people of Nottinghamshire, in order to relieve the hardship caused by homelessness and poor housing.Local authority funding cut: £43,385. Details: Received £73,385 in 2010/11; cut by £43,385 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NG","","","2011","10","23", "Stevenage Furniture Recycling Scheme","Charity. Recycles used furniture donated by the community to those on low incomes. The withdrawn funding was to extend shop opening hours and collection service. Local authority funding cut: £9,450. Details: Received a total of £16,566 in 2010/11; cut by £9,450 in 2011/12.The charity's grant has been withdrawn, but council rent in kind payments will continue. The council's EIA says: 'Without extended opening hours there is a potential impact on the ability of some people to use the scheme (such as people who work or are carers during normal opening hours). If alternative funding cannot be found for the collection service, this will disadvantage people who do not own cars. These people are also more likely to need the scheme because of low income or unemployment.'","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Stevenage Haven","Charity. Stevenage Haven is an emergency homeless hostel that also provides day services and support to ex-residents and help with move-on accommodation. Funding was a contribution towards Chris Foster House. Local authority funding cut: £3,780. Details: Received £3,780 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. The council's EIA says: 'If Stevenage Haven is not able to find alternative funding to contribute to funding Chris Foster House there would be an impact on homeless people (the socio-economic factor).'","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "ASRA Greater London Housing Association","Charity. Anand Day Centre. Local authority funding cut: £6,366.02. Details: Received £48,969.36 in 2010/11; cut by £6,366.02 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","N","","","2011","10","23", "P3","Charity. Provides a range of support services for young people who are homeless and/or vulnerable. This is a holistic response including supported housing, move on accommodation, housing advice, floating support, outreach service, sexual health, training for unemployed and job shop.Local authority funding cut: £30,511. Details: Received £70,511 in 2010/11; cut by £30,511 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","UB","","","2011","10","23", "Trinity Homeless Projects","Charity. Provides nine staffed hostels and move-on accommodation in Hillingdon and promotes independent living for the homeless in Hounslow and Hillingdon. This includes supported training and supported employment. It works with the most excluded hard to reach groups including exoffenders, drug addicts, asylum seekers, and long term unemployed.Local authority funding cut: £12,000. Details: Received £12,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Council says charity has large unrestricted reserves","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","UB","","","2011","10","23", "Barnardo's Families in Temporary Accommodation Project","Charity. Tackling homelessness. Local authority funding cut: £87,592.03. Details: Received £140,147.25 in 2010/11; cut by £87,592.03 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Broadway Homelessness and Support","Charity. Day centre facilities for homeless ppl & ppl at risk of homelessness. Local authority funding cut: £41,316.88. Details: Received £66,107 in 2010/11; cut by £41,316.88 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Cardboard Citizens","Charity. Reduce youth homelessness through targeted prevention activities with at risk groups. Local authority funding cut: £11,998.13. Details: Received £19,197 in 2010/11; cut by £11,998.13 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Central and Cecil incorporating Cara Housing Trust","Charity. Tackling homelessness. Local authority funding cut: £38,138.28. Details: Received £61,021.25 in 2010/11; cut by £38,138.28 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Eaves Housing for Women","Charity. Increase access to services for women with no recourse to public funds to enable them to exit domestic violence or prostitution; and reduce youth homelessness through targeted prevention activities with at risk groups. Local authority funding cut: £51,195. Details: Received a total of £775,076.25 in 2010/11; cut by £51,195 in 2011/12. Funding for all other services unaffected. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Food For All","Charity. Day centre facilities for homeless ppl & ppl at risk of homelessness. Local authority funding cut: £17,128.75. Details: Received £27,406 in 2010/11; cut by £17,128.75 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "London Irish Women's Centre","Charity. Tackling homelessness. Local authority funding cut: £38,366.72. Details: Received £61,386.75 in 2010/11; cut by £38,366.72 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","N","","","2011","10","23", "P3","Charity. Tackling homelessness; and reduce youth homelessness through targeted prevention activities with at risk groups. Local authority funding cut: £88,120.94. Details: Received a total of £140,993.50 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £88,120.94 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Thames Reach","Charity. Day centre facilities for homeless ppl & ppl at risk of homelessness. Local authority funding cut: £62,500. Details: Received a total of £307,626 in 2010/11; cut by £62,500 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011. Funding for homelessness services unaffected.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Threshold Centre Ltd","Charity. Tackling homelessness; and reduce youth homelessness through targeted prevention activities with at risk groups. Local authority funding cut: £76,275.63. Details: Received a total of £122,041 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £76,275.63 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "United Anglo Caribbean Society","Charity. Tackling homelessness. Local authority funding cut: £18,105.63. Details: Received £28,969 in 2010/11; cut by £18,105.63 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "First Stop Darlington","Charity. Provides home and dry service for people in poor accommodation, plus information on securing housing.Local authority funding cut: £2,323. Details: Received £23,226 in 2010/11; cut by £2,323 in 2011/12. 2009/10 was the most recent full year for which data was available at the time the 2011/12 budget was set.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DL","","","2011","10","23", "Nightstop Teesside","Charity. Provides emergency temporary accommodation for homeless young people aged 16-25 in the homes of trained volunteer hosts. Local authority funding cut: £12,529. Details: Received £23,529 in 2010/11; cut by £12,529 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TS","","","2011","10","23", "Shelter","Charity. Homelessness charity that runs a housing helpline, has a network of housing aid centres, and works with local citizens advice bureaux.Local authority funding cut: £2,769. Details: Received £2,769 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CW","","","2011","10","23", "Anchor Trust","Charity. Not-for-profit provider of housing and care for the over-55s. Local authority funding cut: £34,785. Details: Received £74,953 in 2010/11; cut by £34,785 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "DePaul UK","Charity. Funding for Oldham Reconnect, a mediation service for homeless young people and their families.Local authority funding cut: £42,000. Details: Received a total of £251,370 in 2010/11; cut by £42,000 in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants. Funding for Oldham Reconnect ceased in 2011/12; funding for Supporting People services unaffected by cuts.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "First Choice Homes Oldham","Charity. Registered social landlord. Local authority funding cut: £143,115. Details: Received £971,138 in 2010/11; cut by £143,115 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "FRC Trading","Charity. Social business distributing low cost furniture to low income households. Local authority funding cut: £25,375. Details: Received £25,375 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Oldham Family Crisis Group / Threshold","Charity. Joint funding under Supporting People. Local authority funding cut: £324,001. Details: Received £1,546,621 in 2010/11; cut by £324,001 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Riverside ECHG","Charity. Registered social landlord. Local authority funding cut: £26,674. Details: Received £186,784 in 2010/11; cut by £26,674 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Open Door Furniture Recycling","Charity. Community based furniture scheme. Local authority funding cut: £50,470. Details: Received £50,470 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to the Working Neighbourhoods Fund","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BB","","","2011","10","23", "Contour Housing","Charity. Registered social landlord. Local authority funding cut: £161,000. Details: Received £161,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "DePaul UK","Charity. Helps young people who are homeless, vulnerable and disadvantaged.Local authority funding cut: £36,426. Details: Received a total of £501,000 in 2010/11; cut by £36,426 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Guinness NC","Charity. Social housing provider. Local authority funding cut: £93,000. Details: Received £93,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Making Space","Charity. Funding for strategic housing services. Local authority funding cut: £8,940. Details: Received a total of £150,887 in 2010/11; cut by £8,940 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Newbarn Ltd","Charity. Offers communal support, advice and accommodation for fifteen people who have difficulty managing on their own and have a mental health problem.Local authority funding cut: £23,819. Details: Received £188,000 in 2010/11; cut by £23,819 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Next Step","Charity. Affordable housing for special needs. Local authority funding cut: £7,213. Details: Received £76,000 in 2010/11; cut by £7,213 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "People First","Charity. Housing association. Local authority funding cut: £21,256. Details: Received £185,000 in 2010/11; cut by £21,256 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Rochdale Petrus Community","Charity. Provides supported housing and related services to homeless people. Local authority funding cut: £139,791.64. Details: Received a total of £990,427.64 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £139,791.64 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Salvation Army","Charity. Funding for strategic housing services. Local authority funding cut: £102,645. Details: Received £433,312 in 2010/11; cut by £102,645 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Sanctuary Housing Trust","Charity. Housing association. Local authority funding cut: £3,705. Details: Received £3,705 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Sanctuary Trust","Charity. Aims to provide programmes and services as an answer to homelessness and homeless related issues. Local authority funding cut: £47,079. Details: Received £401,464 in 2010/11; cut by £47,079 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Shelter","Charity. Homelessness charity. Local authority funding cut: £858,861.13. Details: Received a total of £1,064,621.13 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £858,861.13 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "St Edmunds Charity","Charity. Supported accommodation facility for men and women whose lives have been impaired by alcohol misuse and who have an identified need for longer term support. Local authority funding cut: £78,056. Details: Received £133,810 in 2010/11; cut by £78,056 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "St Vincent Housing","Charity. Registered social landlord. Local authority funding cut: £258,000. Details: Received £258,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Stepping Stone","Charity. Provider of housing, support and charitable services for people who are homeless or at risk of losing their home.Local authority funding cut: £277,228. Details: Received a total of £982,142 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £277,228 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Turning Point","Charity. Provides services for people with complex needs, including those affected by drug and alcohol misuse, mental health problems and those with a learning disability. Funding for strategic housing services.Local authority funding cut: £36,363. Details: Received a total of £185,971 in 2010/11; cut by £36,363 in 2011/12. Figures include increase for Richards House project.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "SHAP","Charity. Arrangement relating to homeless young people accommodation. Local authority funding cut: £19,000. Details: Received £30,000 in 2010/11; cut by £19,000 in 2011/12.Remaining £11,000 is six months' notice payment before funding is terminated.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","WA","","","2011","10","23", "BYHP","Charity. Works with young people aged 16-25 who are homeless, inappropriately housed or at risk of becoming homeless in Oxfordshire. Withdrawn funding was for family mediation services.Local authority funding cut: £18,035. Details: Received a total of £24,035 in 2010/11; cut by £18,035 in 2011/12. Funding remains for community engagement and youth intervention.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Hometree House Association","Charity. Funding for activities for the club.,Local authority funding cut: £400,. Details: Received £400 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12. Funded under Seniors Grants, one-off grants generally claimed by the same groups year-on-year.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Oxfordshire Rural Community Council","Charity. Rural housing enabler. Local authority funding cut: £11,500. Details: Received £11,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Furniture Helpline","Charity. Provides low cost recycled furniture and electrical goods to people on low incomes. Local authority funding cut: £2,000. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; cut by £2,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GU","","","2011","10","23", "Ashdown Medway Accommodation Trust (AMAT)","Charity. Provides services and accommodation primarily for single homeless people aged 25 and over, both with and without support needs.Local authority funding cut: £16,419.98. Details: Received £139,297.76 in 2010/11; cut by £16,419.98 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","ME","","","2011","10","23", "Avante - Step Ahead (Crisis 10)","Charity. Crisis support for young homeless people. Local authority funding cut: £1,951. Details: Received £27,876 in 2010/11; cut by £1,951 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","ME","","","2011","10","23", "Medway Cyrenians","Charity. Houses and supports vulnerable, single, homeless people aged 16 and over.Local authority funding cut: £17,979.98. Details: Received £317,896.53 in 2010/11; cut by £17,979.98 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","ME","","","2011","10","23", "West Kent Housing","Charity. Housing association providing affordable homes and services. Local authority funding cut: £55,934.81. Details: Received £1,064,252.34 in 2010/11; cut by £55,934.81 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","ME","","","2011","10","23", "Community Soup Kitchen","Charity. Funding awarded to provide a community soup kitchen for homeless or socially excluded individuals. Local authority funding cut: £5,000. Details: Received £5,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Emmaus Oxford","Charity. Emmaus tackles the problems of homelessness through a network of self-supporting Communities, where people are offered a home, a job and a sense of belonging. Emmaus Oxford has created a new Community for 24 residents in East Oxford. Funding was awarded to supply appropriate recycled furniture for families and individuals on low incomes.Local authority funding cut: £3,505. Details: Received £28,505 in 2010/11; cut by £3,505 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OX","","","2011","10","23", "Salvation Army","Charity. Funding for Catherine Booth House, which provides accommodation and parenting support for families and expectant mothers.Local authority funding cut: £2,000. Details: Received £20,000 in 2010/11; cut by £2,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","PO","","","2011","10","23", "The You Trust","Charity. Provides care, housing and advice services for those faced with exclusion from their family or community.Local authority funding cut: £2,000. Details: Received £10,000 in 2010/11; cut by £2,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","PO","","","2011","10","23", "Guildford No 5","Charity. Provides direct access supported accommodation for single homeless people with support needs who may in addition have mental health needs or be suffering from alcohol/drug dependency problems. Local authority funding cut: £9,813. Details: Received £139,813 in 2010/11; cut by £9,813 in 2011/12 following reductions to the Supporting People grant. Council says the project will maintain the same level of service.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","KT","","","2011","10","23", "Churches Together in Penzance Area (CTIPA)","Charity. Funding for the Breakfast Project, which provides food for the homeless on weekday mornings.Local authority funding cut: £3,413. Details: Received £19,096 in 2010/11; cut by £3,413 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TR","","","2011","10","23", "Coastline Housing","Charity. Funding for The New Connection, which provides crisis accommodation for the homeless in Cornwall.Local authority funding cut: £3,105. Details: Received £15,000 in 2010/11; cut by £3,105 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TR","","","2011","10","23", "St Petroc's Society","Charity. Homelessness charity. Includes funding for the Breadline resettlement centre, used by the street homeless of Penzance, and the SmartMove tenancy bond scheme.Local authority funding cut: £15,041. Details: Received a total of £52,700 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £15,041 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TR","","","2011","10","23", "Shelter","Charity. Homelessness charity. Local authority funding cut: £1,652. Details: Received £6,608 in 2010/11; cut by £1,652 in 2011/12. Reduction pending a review during the year.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Gloucester Nightstop","Charity. Arranges temporary and emergency accommodation for young homeless people in the homes of trained and vetted individuals. Local authority funding cut: £16,719. Details: Received £16,719 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Shelter","Charity. Specialist housing advice and information for anyone who is homeless or has a housing problem. Local authority funding cut: £20,583.04. Details: Received £25,728.84 in 2010/11; cut by £20,583.04 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","GL","","","2011","10","23", "Barnabas Housing Association","Charity. Hostel for single homeless people. Local authority funding cut: £89,010.12. Details: Received £659,432.70 in 2010/11; cut by £89,010.12 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Bridgwater YMCA Foyer","Charity. Provides supported accomodation for 53 young people at three sites. Local authority funding cut: £50,252.96. Details: Received £497,951.53 in 2010/11; cut by £50,252.96 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TA","","","2011","10","23", "Carr Gomm Society","Charity. Charity offering housing and support services to vulnerable people with a range of special needs. Local authority funding cut: £505,000. Details: Received £505,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Chapter 1","Charity. Specialises in providing accommodation and support for vulnerable people. Local authority funding cut: £13,531.03. Details: Received £186,228.17 in 2010/11; cut by £13,531.03 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Flourish Homes","Charity. Registered social landlord. Local authority funding cut: £189,710.04. Details: Received £776,158.25 in 2010/11; cut by £189,710.04 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Magna West Somerset","Charity. Community-based housing association. Local authority funding cut: £43,136.84. Details: Received £328,120.38 in 2010/11; cut by £43,136.84 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TA","","","2011","10","23", "Mendip YMCA","Charity. Offers schemes to help and assist young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Local authority funding cut: £62,468.65. Details: Received £411,992.65 in 2010/11; cut by £62,468.65 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "NOVAS","Charity. Works with diverse communities, tackling the issues of homelessness, crime and community safety, and domestic violence.Local authority funding cut: £84,548.57. Details: Received £712,628.57 in 2010/11; cut by £84,548.57 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Riverside Group","Charity. Registered providers of social housing nationwide, providing support to people of all ages and circumstances.Local authority funding cut: £17,546. Details: Received £102,017.43 in 2010/11; cut by £17,546 in 2011/12 following cuts by Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Taunton Association for the Homeless","Charity. Specialises in the housing and support of vulnerable, single homeless people.Local authority funding cut: £75,700. Details: Received £841,111 in 2010/11; cut by £75,700 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Western Challenge Housing Association","Charity. Registered social landlord. Local authority funding cut: £42,205.02. Details: Received £42,205.02 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "Yarlington","Charity. Provides affordable homes for rent or shared ownership in south Somerset. Local authority funding cut: £99,636.49. Details: Received £1,016,893.48 in 2010/11; cut by £99,636.49 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BS","","","2011","10","23", "SIFA Fireside","Charity. Affected funding for two services targeted at homeless people - health and wellbeing forum, and community catering business.Local authority funding cut: £34,839. Details: Received a total of £377,436 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £34,839 in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund. Excludes WNF pilot project funding and funding that has yet to be finalised for 2011/12. Other services unaffected.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Accord Housing","Charity. Housing association. Local authority funding cut: £4,512. Details: Received £4,512 in 2010/11; cut by £2,256 in 2011/12, and by a further £2,256 in 2012/13 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "ASRA Housing","Charity. Housing, care and support provider.Local authority funding cut: £59,594. Details: Received £59,594 in 2010/11; cut by £29,797 in 2011/12, and by a further £29,797 in 2012/13 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Black Country Housing Group","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £113,292. Details: Received £113,292 in 2010/11; cut by £56,646 in 2011/12, and by a further £56,646 in 2012/13 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Harborne","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £45,390. Details: Received £45,390 in 2010/11; cut by £22,695 in 2011/12, and by a further £22,695 in 2012/13 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Jephson Housing","Charity. Housing association. Local authority funding cut: £60,210. Details: Received £60,210 in 2010/11; cut by £30,105 in 2011/12, and by a further £30,105 in 2012/13 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Midland Heart","Charity. Housing and regeneration group. Local authority funding cut: £6,838. Details: Received £6,838 in 2010/11; cut by £3,419 in 2011/12, and by a further £3,419 in 2012/13 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Sanctuary Housing","Charity. Local authority funding cut: £47,722. Details: Received £47,722 in 2010/11; cut by £23,861 in 2011/12, and by a further £23,861 in 2012/13 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Sandwell Homes","Charity. Arms Length Management Organisation. Local authority funding cut: £700,000. Details: Received £1,357,700 in 2010/11; cut by £350,000 in 2011/12, followed by a further £350,000 in 2012/13 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Viridian Housing","Charity. Housing association providing social housing. Local authority funding cut: £91,952. Details: Received £91,952 in 2010/11; cut by £15,302 in 2011/12, and by a further £76,650 in 2012/13 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","B","","","2011","10","23", "Beat the Cold","Charity. Aims to reduce the incidence of fuel poverty and cold-related illness. Informs, advises and makes referrals for households.Local authority funding cut: £13,500. Details: Received £13,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 after cuts to the government's regional housing allocation.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","ST","","","2011","10","23", "Coventry Cyrenians","Charity. Provides services to homeless, vulnerable and disadvantaged people in Coventry and Warwickshire to empower them to live as independently as possible.Local authority funding cut: £6,963. Details: Received £89,489.66 in 2010/11; cut by £6,963 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CV","","","2011","10","23", "Stonham Housing Association","Charity. Funding for St George's Resettlement. Local authority funding cut: £28,382. Details: Received a total of £464,551 in 2010/11; cut by £28,382 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","WV","","","2011","10","23", "Action Housing and Support","Charity. Works to enable vulnerable people to establish a home and live responsibly in society. Local authority funding cut: £79,218. Details: Received £379,218 in 2010/11; cut by £79,218 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Equity Housing Group","Charity. Not-for-profit registered social landlord providing affordable homes for those in need of housing and those on low or moderate incomes. Local authority funding cut: £2,948. Details: Received £16,953 in 2010/11; cut by £2,948 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Foundation Housing","Charity. Charity working with offenders, the homeless, women who are victims of domestic abuse and young people at risk.Local authority funding cut: £18,479. Details: Received £104,328 in 2010/11; cut by £18,479 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Nacro","Charity. T4 Project - helps people who are engaged in treatment for either drug or alcohol use to access good supported housing. Local authority funding cut: £77,851. Details: Received £243,690 in 2010/11; cut by £77,851 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Christian Action Resource Enterprise","Charity. Charity located in North East Lincolnshire dedicated to relieving poverty, hardship and distress to those sectors of the local community that are unable to access help and aid through the usual channels. Deals mainly with homelessness and housing issues.Local authority funding cut: £5,500. Details: Received £5,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DN","","","2011","10","23", "Doorstep","Charity. Offers drop-in centre for young homeless people aged 16-25, information on benefits, education and training, finding accommodation and housing rights, temporary supported housing for young people aged 16-25, and outreach and floating support service to young people with housing related problems in their own homes.Local authority funding cut: £1,000. Details: Received £1,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","DN","","","2011","10","23", "Action Housing Association","Charity. Works to enable vulnerable people to establish a home and live responsibly in society. Funding cut affects accommodation-based community safety service. Local authority funding cut: £109,752.24. Details: Received a total of £602,242.35 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £109,752.24 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People. Funding for floating community safety service unaffected.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Ben's Centre","Charity. Provides a 'damp' day service to street drinkers. Local authority funding cut: £2,250. Details: Received £45,000 in 2010/11; cut by £2,250 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Credit Union","Charity. Funding to provide loans to prevent homelessness. Local authority funding cut: £50,000. Details: Received £50,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Phoenix House","Charity. Care home for people with alcohol and substance abuse problems. Local authority funding cut: £25,970.4. Details: Received a total of £316,620.76 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £25,970.40 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Pitsmoor Youth Housing Trust","Charity. Supported housing accommodation provider in Sheffield for homeless 16-21 year old single young people, including single parents.Local authority funding cut: £28,735.96. Details: Received £281,763.28 in 2010/11; cut by £28,735.96 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Refugee Housing Association","Charity. Accommodation-based service for refugees. Local authority funding cut: £101,079.2. Details: Received a total of £670,326.32 in 2010/11; cut by £101,079.20 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Roundabout","Charity. Provides shelter, support and life skills to Sheffield's young homeless.Local authority funding cut: £111,602.92. Details: Received a total of £1,010,556.56 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £111,602.92 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Salvation Army","Charity. Funding for accommodation-based homelessness service. Local authority funding cut: £42,450.58. Details: Received £368,118.78 in 2010/11; cut by £42,450.58 in 2011/12 following Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Sheffield YWCA","Charity. Funding for accommodation based services for young people. Local authority funding cut: £25,862.72. Details: Received a total of £311,503.76 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £25,862.72 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Somali Mental Health Project","Charity. Funding for mental health floating support servivce. Local authority funding cut: £5,124.36. Details: Received £45,513.80 in 2010/11; cut by £5,124.36 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "South Yorkshire Housing Association","Charity. Manages more than 6,000 homes throughout the Sheffield City region, providing care and supported housing. Funded under a variety of grants and contracts.Local authority funding cut: £328,443.38. Details: Received a total of £2,930,089.21 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £328,443.38 in 2011/12. Figures excluded contract to be re-tendered in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "St Anne's Shelter & Housing Action","Charity. Supporting people with learning disabilities, mental health problems, and people with drug or alcohol problems.Local authority funding cut: £74,305.6. Details: Received a total of £820,086.72 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £74,305.60 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People. Majority of the funding reduction is due to cuts to Supporting People. Figures exclude contract to be re-tendered in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Stonham Housing Association","Charity. Provider of housing and support for vulnerable and socially excluded people. Local authority funding cut: £51,701. Details: Received a total of £391,410.24 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £51,701 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Support Care Ltd","Charity. Funding for accommodation-based mental health service. Local authority funding cut: £20,013.1. Details: Received £272,194.90 in 2010/11; cut by £20,013.10 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Yorkshire Housing Foundation","Charity. Stay Put equipment and adaptations, plus Home Improvement Agency service for older people.Local authority funding cut: £15,055.48. Details: Received a total of £226,601 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £15,055.48 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Nacro","Charity. Works with disadvantaged people, offenders and those at risk of offending to help them find positive alternatives. Local authority funding cut: £13,173. Details: Received £13,173 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","S","","","2011","10","23", "Victim Support","Charity. Funding for anti-social behaviour worker. Local authority funding cut: £20,000. Details: Received £20,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NN","","","2011","10","23", "CSV","Charity. Peer mentoring – befriending, mentoring – reducing anti-social/offending behaviour.Local authority funding cut: £20,150. Details: Received £20,150 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SG","","","2011","10","23", "Swavesey NHW","Charity. Neighbourhood Watch scheme. Local authority funding cut: £1,000. Details: Received £1,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 due to scrapping of Local Strategic Partnership project grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","CB","","","2011","10","23", "Immediate Theatre","Charity. Peer led activity with 400 young people to prevent youth crime. Local authority funding cut: £170,083. Details: Received £170,083 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Victim Support Hillingdon","Charity. Provides advice and support to victims of crime in the borough. People are referred by police, other agencies or self-referred. Clients are accompanied through the court process if required.Local authority funding cut: £2,000. Details: Received £12,000 in 2010/11; cut by £2,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","UB","","","2011","10","23", "Active Planet","Charity. Reduce youth offending and anti-social behaviour among young people (aged 11-24) through diversionary activities. Local authority funding cut: £12,843.75. Details: Received £20,550 in 2010/11; cut by £12,843.75 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","W","","","2011","10","23", "Artefacts Edutainment","Charity. Reduce youth offending and anti-social behaviour among young people (aged 11-24) through diversionary activities. Local authority funding cut: £6,513.13. Details: Received £10,421 in 2010/11; cut by £6,513.13 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Brandon Centre for Counselling & Psychotherapy for Young People","Charity. Reduce youth offending and anti-social behaviour among young people (aged 11-24) through diversionary activities. Local authority funding cut: £17,220. Details: Received £27,552 in 2010/11; cut by £17,220 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","NW","","","2011","10","23", "Catch 22","Charity. Reduce the incidence and impact of hate crime thru information campaigns, policy & good practice development work, community cohesion initiatives, & the provision of support services with emphasis on race, faith hate & homophobic crime.Local authority funding cut: £27,433.13. Details: Received £43,893 in 2010/11; cut by £27,433.13 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Confidential and Local Mediation","Charity. Reduce the incidence and impact of hate crime thru information campaigns, policy & good practice development work, community cohesion initiatives, & the provision of support services with emphasis on race, faith hate & homophobic crime.Local authority funding cut: £9,251.88. Details: Received £14,803 in 2010/11; cut by £9,251.88 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Fairbridge in London","Charity. Reduced involvement of young ppl (aged 11-24) in violent crime - with an emphasis on the prevention of involvement in gang culture, knife & gun crime; and reduce youth offending and anti-social behaviour among young people (aged 11-24) through diversionary activitiesLocal authority funding cut: £55,692.99. Details: Received a total of £89,108.78 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £55,692.99 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "London Action Trust","Charity. Engagement & involvement of disadvantaged groups that experience high victimisation levels, to reduce crime and its impact; and Sector Specific Second Tier Services to crime reduction servicesLocal authority funding cut: £91,381.09. Details: Received a total of £289,587.79 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £91,381.09 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011. Funding for youth crime services unaffected.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Newham Monitoring Project","Charity. Reduce the incidence and impact of hate crime thru information campaigns, policy & good practice development work, community cohesion initiatives, & the provision of support services with emphasis on race, faith hate & homophobic crime.Local authority funding cut: £15,058.75. Details: Received £24,094 in 2010/11; cut by £15,058.75 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Race on the Agenda","Charity. Engagement & involvement of disadvantaged groups that experience high victimisation levels, to reduce crime and its impact.Local authority funding cut: £48,745.63. Details: Received a total of £214,644 in 2010/11; cut by £48,745.63 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011. Funding for policy and lobbying work unaffected.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "SOVA London","Charity. Reduce youth offending and anti-social behaviour among young people (aged 11-24) through diversionary activities. Local authority funding cut: £22,771.88. Details: Received £36,435 in 2010/11; cut by £22,771.88 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Springboard Bromley Trust","Charity. Reduce youth offending and anti-social behaviour among young people (aged 11-24) through diversionary activities. Local authority funding cut: £9,243.75. Details: Received £14,790 in 2010/11; cut by £9,243.75 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "The Comedy School","Charity. Reduced involvement of young ppl (aged 11-24) in violent crime - with an emphasis on the prevention of involvement in gang culture, knife & gun crimeLocal authority funding cut: £21,015.47. Details: Received £33,624.75 in 2010/11; cut by £21,015.47 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "The Monitoring Group","Charity. Reduce the incidence and impact of hate crime thru information campaigns, policy & good practice development work, community cohesion initiatives, & the provision of support services with emphasis on race, faith hate & homophobic crime.Local authority funding cut: £26,351.88. Details: Received £42,163 in 2010/11; cut by £26,351.88 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "The Peace Alliance","Charity. Reduce youth offending and anti-social behaviour among young people (aged 11-24) through diversionary activities. Local authority funding cut: £17,567.5. Details: Received £28,108 in 2010/11; cut by £17,567.50 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "The Prince's Trust","Charity. Reduced involvement of young ppl (aged 11-24) in violent crime - with an emphasis on the prevention of involvement in gang culture, knife & gun crime; and reduce youth offending and anti-social behaviour among young people (aged 11-24) through diversionary activitiesLocal authority funding cut: £43,450. Details: Received a total of £69,520 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £43,450 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Victim Support London","Charity. Supporting Victims of Crime; engagement & involvement of disadvantaged groups that experience high victimisation levels, to reduce crime and its impact; and 2012 Olympic/Paralympic Games - volunteeringLocal authority funding cut: £134,943.18Receive a total of £215,909.08 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £134,943.18 in 2011/12. 2011/12 funding represents pro rata notice payment prior to early termination on 15th August 2011.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","SE","","","2011","10","23", "Victim Support Redbridge","Charity. Offers free practical and emotional support to victims of crime, witnesses, their family, friends and anyone else affected.Local authority funding cut: £6,149. Details: Received a total of £70,196 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £6,149 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","IG","","","2011","10","23", "Victim Support Waltham Forest","Charity. Provides practical and emotional support for victims of crime, help with Criminal Injuries Compensation claims, and specialist support for victims of rape and serious sexual assault.Local authority funding cut: £54,530. Details: Received £54,530 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","E","","","2011","10","23", "Safe in Tees Valley","Charity. Independent community safety partnership supporting partnership approaches to tackling crime, anti-social and safety issues. Funding was for a fire station project, and a Junior Youth Inclusion Programme, which works to keep children aged 8-13 and at risk of offending out of trouble.Local authority funding cut: £316,000. Details: Received £316,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","TS","","","2011","10","23", "Nacro","Charity. Targeted activities linked to young people, crime and anti social behaviour.Local authority funding cut: £10,000. Details: Received £43,000 in 2010/11; cut by £10,000 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","BL","","","2011","10","23", "Victim Support and Witness Service","Charity. Gives free and confidential help to victims of crime, witnesses, their family, friends and anyone else affected.Local authority funding cut: £17,140. Details: Received £17,140 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Crime Concern","Charity. Funding for youth offending team services. Local authority funding cut: £389,000. Details: Received £389,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Victim Support","Charity. Charity for victims and witnesses of crime in England and Wales. Local authority funding cut: £31,943. Details: Received £57,593 in 2010/11; cut by £31,943 in 2011/12.","http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/exclusive-more-than-2000-charities-and-community-groups-face-cuts","","OL","","","2011","10","23", "Canterbury District Watch","Charity. Canterbury District Watch Ltd operates in partnership with Kent Police and Canterbury City Council to provide a sa