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Whitehall cash to fight extremism in society

PUBLISHED: 14:03 29 October 2008 | UPDATED: 13:43 05 October 2010

CASH is being dished out for community groups who think they can tackle violent extremism in London’s East End. Town Hall bosses want them to apply for grants from the Government’s Prevent’ programme—but time is running out

CASH is being dished out for community groups who think they can tackle violent extremism in London’s East End.

Town Hall bosses want them to apply for grants from the Government’s Prevent’ programme—but time is running out.

So Tower Hamlets council is running an advice’ workshop offering organisations feedback and tips on applying for funds for neighbourhood projects.

After that, there are just 10 days left before the deadline for applications at 5pm on November 14 for Whitehall funding.

The workshop is on Tuesday at the Whitechapel Idea Store in Whitechapel Road, 1-3pm.


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