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This year Right Up Our Street want to bring Doncaster its second DN Festival of Light at the Minster, with interactive light installations and performances illuminating this beautiful setting.
As a town with a proud mining history, we want to come together to celebrate our heritage by creating the first mining statue in Doncaster Town Centre for our communities & future generations.
The purchase of a wheelchair roundabout for disabled children: to enable them to play and socially interact with other children.
Help us to shape DCLC’s existing base at 37 Bennetthorpe into an affordable co-working space for volunteers, social entrepreneurs, small groups, newly start-ups, and those working from home.
The old BMX track (The Mound) on Barnsley Road Playing Fields is unusable at the moment. We would like to create a road play area that will benefit the whole community.
A brand new theatre play, exhibition, workshops and sand art sessions about Doncaster's unique Victorian marvel. "Sand House" is a story about friendship, discovery and exploring your own backyard.
Rule Your World 2019 is an Empowerment Summit aimed at engaging and motivating Black and Minority Ethnics (BME) in Doncaster into positive and productive activities that promote cohesion and inclusion
To adapt a community bus so that it is accessible to all, and can be used by people who have mobility issues.
We need a van to save edible food that would be wasted from supermarkets, warehouses, restaurants, farms, -anywhere and everywhere. We redistribute that food on a pay as you feel basis from our cafe
Northern Racing College provides trained staff for the horse-racing industry. This project aims to raise funds to purchase portable hurdles for the benefit of our students, to increase riding skills.
We want to buy a replica Spitfire to be the centrepiece of a “Northern Memorial” to the men and women of the Royal Air Force and their overseas allies who fought in the Battle of Britain 80 years ago
Adams Ark Community Canal Boat was constructed in 1983 for Doncaster Council Youth Service to provide a residential experience with a difference for young people. 35 years on we're sending out an SOS
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