Charity receive vital funding for mental health drop-in service
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A Lowestoft charity has received vital funding for its mental health drop-in service.
Re-utilise are a charity which work to divert clean waste away from landfill but work on a range of other community projects.
It has been awarded £2,139 from East Suffolk Council, with £1,400 of this going towards equipment for its mental health drop-in service, with the rest going towards the fitting of a new hot water dispenser.
Danny Steel, who was one of the decision panel members alongside Paul Ashdown, said: "I'm very pleased to have the opportunity to present the cheque to an organisation that is doing an awful lot of good for people and will do for a long time to come.
Mr Ashdown added: "Re-utilise are following East Suffolk's example of encouraging people to recycle and teaching people how to use recycled facilities with all the things at the centre.
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