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The changing story of local infrastructure

The changing story of local infrastructure

Councils for voluntary service have traditionally spoken up on behalf of the local voluntary sector, but with cuts to budgets and changes in local funding arrangements some fear that voice is being lost. Andy Hillier reports

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