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Breakspeare school benefitted from the grant. Councillor reveals his budget spend C


ommunity groups in Abbots Langley‘s re- ceived a boost over the last year from a coun-


ty councillor‘s locality budget. Each councillor is given £10,000 by Hertford-


shire County Council which can be spent on local organisations, events or activities. County Councillor Paul Goggins said: ―I want


everyone to know that every penny spent is for the benefit of Abbots Langley and, where the organisation funded is not local, I can confirm that Abbots Langley residents will indeed, bene- fit.‖ Groups that benefitted are listed below. amount received.


Organisations which received funds


Herts. Domestic Abuse Helpline: helped 10 locally abused in 2010 The Vibe: training disadvantaged youths including local residents 5th North Watford (Langleybury) Scouts: building materials to improve site Breakspeare School Parents Assoc: showers for changing room Evergreen Football Club: portable goal posts Abbots Langley Community Centre: tables Albatross Explorer Scouts: camping equipment


Signpost Youth Counselling: improve publicity arrangements B.J. Academy, Abbots Langley: Taekwondo safety mats, etc.


Herts, Chamber of Commerce: training of youths, including local residents Abbots Langley Transition Town Association; local publicity Abbots Langley Abbeyfield: storage for three scooters for disabled Watford Hospital Radio: towards completion of second studio Abbots Langley Players: improve storage facilities


Watford Mencap after school club: sponsoring five local children Young Enterprise: to improve life and business skills Abbots Langley Singers: music stands Abbots Langley Bowling Club: mats


“Abbots Langley Against Plastic Bags”: publicity costs


£500 £500 £331


£2,000 £300 £500 £370 £100


£1,250 £820 £300


£1,000 £500 £200 £546 £365 £68


£100 £250


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