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    Football-themed maths worksheets now online

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    Albion in the Community has launched the first in a series of Albion-themed maths worksheets to help keep young fans engaged in their schoolwork while studying at home.

    As part of its Together in the Community campaign which launched last week, the charity is coming up with...

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    Together in the Community campaign launched

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    Albion in the Community has signalled its commitment to continue helping people in Sussex during the Covid-19 crisis by launching a new campaign: Together in the Community.

    The charity usually runs upwards of 60 different projects throughout the local area, supporting more...

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    Albion in the Community to utilise Government Job Retention Scheme

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    The board of trustees of Albion in the Community (AITC) has decided that to protect the jobs of people working for the charity and to enable it to recommence its immensely valuable range of community programmes as soon as the Coronavirus crisis is over, it needs to utilise the...

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    Albion in the Community celebrates World Autism Awareness Day

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    Today is World Autism Awareness Day and we caught up with Zac Macaulay whose son Jack attends our sessions to hear about the fantastic impact football has had on his son.

    Jack is one of more than 700,000 people in the UK who has autism – a lifelong condition which can...

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    Cancer activity support moves online

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    Albion in the Community is continuing to support local people whose lives have been impacted by cancer by moving a physical activity group online.

    The charity’s Brighter Outlook project helps people in Brighton and Hove stay physically active before, during and after cancer...

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