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Doncaster New Deal for Communities launched a newly commissioned film on “Reducing Crime” which highlights different types of crime, and its effects on diverse communities throughout Doncaster. The film aims to increase the confidence of communities in the criminal justice system and raise awareness of the NDC funded activities that have contributed towards the reduction of crime throughout the Doncaster NDC area. The production, presented by local actor Chris Walker, highlights Doncaster NDC’s multi-agency approach, building on a joint reporting system for crime incidents which has been in operation for almost a decade.
A number of houses in Doncaster have been given an environmentally friendly makeover and the owners are now looking for ‘green’ tenants.
The 31 properties, owned by Doncaster Central Development Trust (DCDT) include a range of energy efficiency boosting features designed to reduce their energy consumption, which in turn will reduce the home’s carbon footprints and running costs.
2nd November 2010, 6:00pm – 8:30pm, Trades and Labour Club, 19 South Mall, Frenchgate Centre
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We are delighted to announce that at some point over the weekend we reached the landmark of 1000 kilos of Carbon Dioxide saved through solar power at The View. We know this is great but like most people we weren’t really sure what 1 tonne of CO2 looked like – so we googled it and ...
We want to give a sense of well-being to the community and help anyone achieve a better standard of life for themselves in Hyde Park. Raising aspirations and improving opportunities and the quality of life for our Hyde Park residents is a vital step in rejuvenating the fortunes of the area. The people of Hyde ...
Chief Superintendent Bob Sanderson has worked for South Yorkshire Police since he was a cadet at the age of 16. Working his way through the ranks, Bob gained a degree in Law, and also dedicates his time to teaching football to youngsters across South Yorkshire.
There seems to be more fear of crime than actual crime, ...