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Council cash to carry out West Leeds youth work

Two West Leeds organisations have won council contracts to carry out vital post lockdown youth work in the area.

A six-month contract worth £31,875 has been awarded to community development organisation Barca-Leeds for targeted youth work, with an option to extend for a further six months.

And charity The Cardigan Centre has been awarded a six-month contract worth £23,104, with the option to extend for a similar price.

A council report released today – which can be read here – says the work will cover three council wards: Bramley and Stanningley, Headingley & Hyde Park ward and Weetwood Wards.


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