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31 January 2018

Auckland Castle Trust

Auckland Castle is one of the UK’s most important historical buildings. In 2012 the Castle and its contents passed into the care of the Auckland Castle Trust, whose aim is to transform the palace from an unknown and almost unvisited private dwelling into a vibrant heritage attraction.
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Housing & Community
30 January 2018

Bay Search and Rescue

Morecambe Bay is the UK’s largest expanse of mudflats and sand, reaching from Barrow-in-Furness to Fleetwood. Surrounded by saltmarshes and estuaries, it is beautiful but deadly: there are large areas of quicksand which move day to day, and water can move in at over 10mph over the miles of bay. BS&R was formed to develop the right capabilities to rescue…
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Research & Think Tanks
15 November 2017

Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS)

The Institute for Fiscal Studies is Britain's leading independent microeconomic Think Tank, covering subjects from tax and benefits to education policy, from labour supply to corporate taxation. Its research not only has an impact on policy makers, think tanks and practitioners, it has also gained a worldwide reputation for academic excellence. Tarnside is delighted to be working with IFS as…
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Healthcare & NHS
14 November 2017

Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Charitable Foundation

Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust is one of the largest and busiest acute hospital trusts in the UK, and one of the largest teaching hospitals in Europe. It is at once a regional and national centre for specialist treatment, a world renowned biomedical research facility, and a hospital for the community. Its charitable foundation is an independent organisation that works…
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Housing & Community
13 November 2017

King Edward VI Almshouses

King Edward VI Almshouses provide accommodation for individuals or couples, able to live independently, in housing need and living on a low income in the Saffron Walden area. The organisation has an impressively long history, having been founded by deed in 1400. Though no longer working exclusively with the 'lame, crooked, blind and bedridden', the Almshouses have played a vital…
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Young People & Learning
12 November 2017

ASHA Trust

ASHA Trust works with home-based creches in disadvantaged communities in the Gauteng, North West and Mpumalanga provinces of South Africa. It trains the women who provide informal child care so they can create safe and educational creches for the under-fours. Quality nursery care is proven to be an effective safeguard against a childhood in poverty, leading to better health and…
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Disability & OutdoorYoung People & Learning
11 November 2017

Avalon School

Avalon School plans to create a new Hydrotherapy Pool, providing a vital, life-changing resource for young people at the school and disabled people within the local community. There is no such facility nearby, and the pool and facilities would have an enormous impact on its pupils, who have significant physical and sensory impairments. Tarnside is working alongside the school to…
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Arts & Heritage
10 November 2017

The Factory, Manchester

The Factory, Manchester, is an enormous capital development for the North West, intended to create a true 'cultural counterbalance' to London. Designed by Rem Koolhaas, the £110m scheme will form the centrepiece to an ambitious regeneration of the St John's neighbourhood, around the former Granada TV Studios. It is a seismic development for Manchester and a permanent home for the…
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Arts & Heritage
9 November 2017

Wells Cathedral Chorister Trust

For centuries, the sound of choirs has been at the heart of the worship of our cathedrals, conveying a profound sense of spirituality and an emotional transcendence that is seldom available elsewhere. Anyone can walk freely into a Wells Cathedral service any day of the week and be instantly transported away from the stresses of the outside world by the…
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