Cash to help people live independent lives

Rotarian Tim Mason (right), Community Service Committee Chairman of the Rotary Club of Amble and Warkworth, is pictured presenting a cheque for �300 to Cath Morley and Malcolm Hall from New Prospects which is a North Eastern Association licensed to provide support services to people with disabilities, and which assists them to lead independent lives.  New Prospects is currently supporting two local men to live in their own home in Amble, giving them 24 hour support care and financial management.  With their head office in Whitley Bay they are supporting many people with learning disabilities from North Tyneside to Alnwick.  Also pictured is Ashley a resident from Kennedy Road, Amble.
Rotarian Tim Mason (right), Community Service Committee Chairman of the Rotary Club of Amble and Warkworth, is pictured presenting a cheque for �300 to Cath Morley and Malcolm Hall from New Prospects which is a North Eastern Association licensed to provide support services to people with disabilities, and which assists them to lead independent lives. New Prospects is currently supporting two local men to live in their own home in Amble, giving them 24 hour support care and financial management. With their head office in Whitley Bay they are supporting many people with learning disabilities from North Tyneside to Alnwick. Also pictured is Ashley a resident from Kennedy Road, Amble.
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New Prospects, a North East association licensed to provide support services to people with disabilities, has been awarded £300 by the Rotary Club of Amble and Warkworth.

The group, which assists people to lead independent lives, is currently supporting two local men to live in their own home in Amble, giving them 24-hour support care and financial management. With their head office in Whitley Bay, it is supporting many people with learning disabilities from North Tyneside to Alnwick.