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A poignant tribute to fallen heroes has been installed in Southwick, after hardworking local councillors fought for a fitting memorial.
Sunderland Labour Group has praised the community’s kindness, and pledged that the city’s children will not go hungry this half term, after 322 MPs voted down a motion to provide free school meals during October holidays.
Councillor Patricia Smith, Labour councillor for Silksworth, has fought for almost a decade to tackle problem parking on Silksworth Lane, opposite Silksworth Ski Slope and Sports Complex.
A Sunderland councillor has praised her kind hearted community and local football club after a huge team effort led to the launch of a much-needed community foodbank.
An eyesore building that has stood empty for five years is set to be brought back to life, after a local councillor campaigned for its regeneration.
A Hendon ward councillor has slammed a developer for a ‘disgusting, underhand threat to drag the area down’ if a second planning application is not granted.
Grindon Broadway Over-40s has received a Community Chest grant from Cllr Debra Waller, a Labour councillor for the Sandhill ward, to fund new kits, training equipment and cover running-costs.
The Harry Watts Academy Harraton is a temporary school while work continues to be completed on the Harry Watts Academy, which is due to open in 2021. The site is able to accommodate 40 to 50 pupils who have Autism, while the main academy will have 96 places.
Foundation of Light founder Sir Bob Murray CBE has praised the support of the city’s ruling cabinet for money that he says will ensure thousands of people continue to benefit from its lifechanging work.
A Hetton councillor has welcomed news of a £13.5m programme that will rebuild an ailing school in his ward. Councillor James Blackburn, who has served the area for more than 15 years, said the decision by Sunderland City Council’s ruling cabinet to approve plans to...