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It’s going to ‘sound’ a lot like Christmas at the Newbury Christmas Sing-Along

Newbury  Christmas Sing-Along

 

Festive event for the community, featuring tribute act Ultimate Bublé

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Hundreds of runners Step Up 4 Good

Step Up 4 Good Mini Mile - photo Mark Davies Photography

 

10k and family fun runs boosts funding for local projects

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Support for local community will continue under new chairman

Sir Peter Michael CBE, founder and chairman of Greenham Trust, retires after twenty-one years

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Greenham Trust Commissions Site Specific Cold War Scenes

Journey back through time to the 1980s and experience the Decontamination Suite, Control Tower and Peace Camp at Greenham Common in a specially commissioned piece of immersive theatre.

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Greenham Trust donates £1.5 million for wing at West Berkshire Community Hospital

The Greenham Trust WingNewbury, UK, 30 April 2018 – Greenham Trust has donated an additional £500,000 in matched funding to a chemotherapy and renal dialysis wing at West Berkshire Community Hospital. This donation brings its total contribution to £1.5 million.

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Funding from Trust helps Home-Start change lives

Quality time, thanks to Home StartIn 2017, Greenham Trust awarded a total of £314,000 in reactive grants for 127 charitable projects aimed at benefitting the residents of Newbury and surrounding West Berkshire areas.

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Step Up 4 Good October 2018: get energised and support local causes through the Good Exchange

Step Up 4 GoodGreenham Trust has announced the return of its Step Up 4 Good charity run event on 14th October at Greenham Common.

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Greenham Trust sponsors Newbury Spring Festival

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra have played at Newbury Spring Festival

 

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Greenham Trust and West Berkshire Council launch new Community Solutions Fund

Greenham Trust logoNewbury, UK, 20 November 2017.  West Berkshire Council and Greenham Trust have both allocated £200,000 of funding to establish a new £400,000 Community Solutions Fund which is now available to Parish and Town Councils and local community groups.

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