Watford charity, Signpost, awarded Hertfordshire County Council cash grant

Charity for troubled youngsters awarded cash grant

Charity for troubled youngsters awarded cash grant

First published in News Watford Observer: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Reporter

A Watford charity, which supports troubled young people, has received a £600 council cash grant.

Signpost, which is based in St Mary's Churchyard off High Street, has been given the money by Hertfordshire County Council to buy a new computer to manage its records.

The money has come from the council’s locality grant scheme.

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12:46pm Wed 15 Jan 14

jane yates says...

£600 cash grant to Signpost isn't there a zero missing off that figure, disgusting that Watford Council can't award more money to this worthy charity as our town's teenagers need more help that the local authorities can cope with.
£600 cash grant to Signpost isn't there a zero missing off that figure, disgusting that Watford Council can't award more money to this worthy charity as our town's teenagers need more help that the local authorities can cope with. jane yates
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2:34pm Wed 15 Jan 14

garston tony says...

jane yates wrote:
£600 cash grant to Signpost isn't there a zero missing off that figure, disgusting that Watford Council can't award more money to this worthy charity as our town's teenagers need more help that the local authorities can cope with.
Ever thought that £600 is all that the charity may have applied for?
[quote][p][bold]jane yates[/bold] wrote: £600 cash grant to Signpost isn't there a zero missing off that figure, disgusting that Watford Council can't award more money to this worthy charity as our town's teenagers need more help that the local authorities can cope with.[/p][/quote]Ever thought that £600 is all that the charity may have applied for? garston tony
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3:12pm Wed 15 Jan 14

jane yates says...

Good point Tony! Just know how charities like this are under funded and can always benefit from more money.
Good point Tony! Just know how charities like this are under funded and can always benefit from more money. jane yates
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