Job losses at Faithworks

Christian social action charity Faithworks is to make four redundancies as part of a restructure of the entire staff team after several income streams came to an end.

The charity is reducing to six jobs its workforce of eight full-time and two part-time staff. The proportion of part-time to full-time roles under the new structure has not been finalised.

Malcolm Duncan, leader of Faithworks, will stand down from his role in January.

A spokeswoman for the charity said: "Problems arose when two fixed-term grants came to completion and weren't renewed, several individual donors ceased their regular giving and a number of applications didn't come to fruition."

Faithworks was started by the Christian social action charity the Oasis Trust in 2001.

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