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Community Payback

Community Payback start work at Manor Close Community Hall, Thamesmead on Saturday 29th July 2006. The offenders will be painting the internal and external walls to make the hall look smarter.

Trust Thamesmead will be providing paint and paint brushes and arranging access to the building.

Community Payback is unpaid work offenders carry out in the community as part of their sentence.

Every year communities benefit from over 5 million hours of free labour provided by offenders. This includes bringing derelict areas and buildings back into public use, clearing church yards, country streams and unused allotments, repairing park benches and playground equipment. Some of the projects are relatively small; others, such as turning a derelict piece of land into a garden, can stretch over several years.

Their current focus is to engage the community in the choice of projects. They plan to set up community groups which will be the first point of contact for community involvement in unpaid work. The aim is to encourage community ownership and to show how offenders can help make their communities better.

Previous News
15-Aug-2006 Trust Thamesmead featured on national website
14-Aug-2006 Thamesmead's first ever Youth Summit
29-Jul-2006 Summer festival photos
24-Jul-2006 Trust Thamesmead Summer Festival 2006
24-Jul-2006 Community Payback
20-Jul-2006 Exercise classes for the over 50's
26-Jun-2006 Summer Festival poster
26-Jun-2006 Summer Festival programme
26-Jun-2006 Summer Newsletter

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