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We have become increasingly aware that our clients are struggling to provide for the children's education costs, even when the family are working and often go without themselves. Horticulture is a low paid profession and there are high numbers in Yorkshire. Perennial therefore have launched a number of initiatives to assist horticultural families with the latest being our new bursary, which provides help for children in education and apprenticeships, including holiday hunger. From application, we award the payment within 3 to 5 days.
Visit: https://perennial.org.uk/?s=bursary to find out more

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