Youth work bursaries dwarfed by scale of cuts, says charity

Joanne Parkes
Monday, July 29, 2019

Government moves to boost funding for youth work have been cautiously welcomed by the sector which has raised concerns that it does not go far enough against a backdrop of massive cuts.

Rosemary Watt-Wyness will start as chief executive of London Youth in April. Picture: London Youth
Rosemary Watt-Wyness will start as chief executive of London Youth in April. Picture: London Youth

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