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The Santon Group has also been instrumental in award-winning residential developments, particularly the conversion of listed buildings not currently in residential use, for almost 20 years.

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    • The Oban Times

    • The Sandhu Charitable Foundation have agreed to match fund up to the sum of £5,000 whatever Nevis Community Radio Limited, based in Fort William, raises from its crowdfunding appeal to enable them to continue with the projects they are currently undertaking.  Please see link for further information.  http://nevisradio.co.uk/

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    • The Sandhu Charitable Foundation has donated a further £1,000 to the Latymer Upper Foundation’s Emergency Bursaries Fund

    • The Sandhu Family Charity are pleased to confirm their co-sponsorship of The Anne Frank Creative Writing Awards in the sum of £6,000.  The Awards are designed for children between the ages of 10 to 15 who are invited to write a poem, story, essay or article inspired by Anne Frank which shows how important it is that we all live together with kindness, respect and equality.

      https://annefrank.org.uk/the-anne-frank-creative-writing-awards-2020/

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    • The Sandhu Charitable Foundation have donated an additional £3,000 to The Latymer Foundation by way of their Emergency Bursaries Appeal.

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    • On receiving a request for funding from Carers UK, The Sandhu Charitable Foundation have donated £12,500 to Carers UK with £5,000 specifically designated for Carers Scotland.

      Carers UK are the UK’s only national membership charity for unpaid carers, with over 28,500 individual members.   They connect carers with others’ caring experiences, helping them to overcome their isolation and encourage peer support.

      Their vision is of a society that respects, values and supports carers.  To achieve their mission: ‘to make life better for carers’, they:

      • Help by providing information and support
      • Connect carers, so no-one has to care alone
      • Campaign together for lasting change
      • Innovate to find new ways to reach and support carers

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    • The Oban Times

    • Lochaber Food Bank (at Fort William in the Scottish Highlands) has benefitted from a £6,000 donation from The Sandhu Charity to enable the food bank to provide essential food to those families who are desperately in need of help, more so than ever during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Mark Dallas who is local to the area and who is also the Site Facilities Manager of The Highland Club at Fort Augustus (in the Scottish Highlands) (a Santon Group development) handed over a cheque for the donation to the food bank on behalf of The Sandhu Charity.

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