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Level of funding by YMCA towards its Community and Activity Village, Newark, gets called into question by Labour Group leader on Newark and Sherwood District Council


By Abigail Hunt


The level of funding the YMCA has made towards its national flagship Community and Activity Village in Newark has been called into question.

Paul Peacock, the Labour Group leader on Newark and Sherwood District Council, voiced concerns over the financial backing for the facility on Bowbridge Road, at a district council policy and finance committee.

He said he was in favour of the one-of-a-kind YMCA initiative but was worried about the commitment of cash contributions to fund phase two of the project, due to commence in March 2020.



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