Children in Need: 'Life saver' Hastings art project gets £93k funding

By November 19, 2022Entertainment

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A project that provides a creative space for children and their families has been described as a "life saver".
Project Art Works, based in Hastings, East Sussex, is open at weekends and school holidays for children with complex support needs.
Children in Need is donating £93,000 to the charity over three years to continue its work.
Rebecca, whose seven-year-old twins have attended the art sessions for four years, said: "As a family we struggle to find inclusive activities for both children. It's a lovely opportunity for them to participate together."
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