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Change Programme

REACH
Accessibility and accountability,Young people becoming adults,Safe days and nights for all
REACH’s aim is to provide activities that reduce criminogenic and antisocial behaviour by remodelling attitudes beliefs and behaviour, providing access to education in the hope that our students stand…
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Change Project

REACH
Accessibility and accountability,Young people becoming adults,Safe days and nights for all
REACH’s aim is to provide activities that reduce criminogenic and antisocial behaviour by remodelling attitudes beliefs and behaviour, providing access to education in the hope that our students stand…
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Restorative Gloucestershire Project

Restorative Gloucestershire
Accessibility and accountability
Restorative Gloucestershire is a group of statutory and voluntary sector partners that have joined with the aim of delivering a project that will offer all people who come into contact with the CJS, o…
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SkillZONE

Gloucestershire Fire & Rescue Service - GFRS
Accessibility and accountability,Young people becoming adults,Safe days and nights for all
Fired Up is a unique project which aims to offer young people an opportunity to recognize the consequences of risky behaviour by engaging in an extended interactive experience at SkillZONE followed by…
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Stonehouse Social Cohesion Project

Stonehouse Community Partnership
Accessibility and accountability,Older but not overlooked,Young people becoming adults,Safe days and nights for all,Safe and social driving,Safer cyber
An innovative five-year project for Stonehouse Town district designed to develop, promote and encourage community cohesion whilst nurturing an appreciation of local heritage, culture and environment.…
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Page last updated: 20 March 2018