Grant funds U.K. project to tackle crime
By Steven Impey
GLOUCESTERSHIRE, England — Young people being kept from anti-social behaviour have been handed a lifeline.
The Aston Project, which works with youngsters in Cheltenham to stop them from falling into a world of crime, has been given a £30,000 grant over the next three years.
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