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Durham church community to benefit from lottery funding

Tue 14 Jan 2014
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Nearly £200,000 pounds in lottery cash is being donated to help people back into work.

A church in Durham's getting nearly £200,000 pounds in lottery funding to help with community projects.

St John's is being given the money to help with its Shildon ALive project.

Local vicar, the Revd David Tomlinson tells Premier what they'll be doing with cash:

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