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New Winter New Website

Welcome to our brand new website – we hope it will prove as functional and as useful as is possible and to that end, will lead you to the teams and staff members who can help you in your queries.  If you experience any problems or would like to comment upon our site, please feel […]

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International Women’s Day Celebration 2016

The Limehouse Project marked the ‘International Women’s Day 2016 by celebrations through a day on 11th March 2016 of storytelling and sharing between ‘housewives’ of BAME and Bangladeshi heritage with little or no spoken English language skills who have, as a result of showing courage and determination when joining our capacity building programmes, to realise […]

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Luncheon, Meet and Eat

The Limehouse Project gives 50+ older people opportunities to meet up with old friends and make new ones whilst having fun and sharing common interests.  We have 3 sessions running in two community centres every week.  There are ranges of activities and events that is hoped to bring people together in varied and active ways.  […]

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Sanctions and No Income, What can I do?

As claiming gets stricter so do the rise of sanctions being imposed by the DWP. The expected co-operation for those who seek work and the regime of sanctions may not be working for everyone.   Some people may be left destitute and pushed towards food banks and other measures to survive.  Your ESA/JSA/UC can be reduced […]

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Energy Bills too High?

Lot of clients find themselves paying more than they should for their energy bills. Interestingly clients usually assume they are paying the normal market rate for energy and usually stick to the big six energy companies assuming they are safe.  Due to lack of knowledge on tariffs and energy efficiency – they pay more than they should.  Debts add up and thhey then seek advice […]

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